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An ultimate Christmas weekend in Cheshire

Christmas in Cheshire at Lion Salt Works

This festive season take a Christmas staycation in Cheshire. There’s a lot going on to keep you feeling festive this December. Whether you’re looking for sparkling Christmas events, excellent festive fayre or even some extreme outdoor pursuits, you can find it all on your Cheshire Christmas staycation. We’ve put together this itinerary for inspiration:

Cheshire has some of the finest accommodation around, with everything from opulent country estates to chic boutiques. So first things first, you’ll want to choose somewhere to rest your head after a long day’s festivities. Need some inspiration? We’ve put together a guide to some spectacular deals this December.

Christmas Crystals at Lion Salt Works

This Christmas explore Cheshire’s history at Northwich’s Lion Salt Works Museum, one of the country’s foremost industrial heritage museums. There’s a lot on offer from a brand new exhibition to a new Christmas Crystal Trail. The trail will run for two weekends - 12-13 December and 19-20 December -as well as in the run up to Christmas on 22 and 23 December. The first 100 children will receive a free gift at the end of the trail. What’s more, at sunset on Saturday 12-13 December, the giant wall of Pan House 5 will also be illuminated with pictures of snow scenes, salt crystals and pictures of Father Christmas at the Lion Salt Works Museum.  

Set sail for festive fun at Anderton Boat Lift

Christmas events at the Anderton Boat Lift will be a little different this year, but the activities are sure to bring Christmas cheer to one and all. There’s Christmas crafts, where you can create your own candle holder in an outdoor pod. Explore the grounds with Christmas bingo and see how many things you can spot. Can you get a line or even a full house? Enjoy festive hot drinks and food and decorate the Christmas wish tree and write your Christmas wish on one of the tree decorations. Searching for the perfect Christmas gift? Take a look around the gift shop for a selection of gift ideas for all the family including 25% off selected items. And as Santa is unable to meet families on the boat this year, he has recorded an extra special message for you. Step inside the visitor centre to watch the Christmas message. Children can write their own letter to Santa and drop it off in the special postbox!

Step back in time at Davenports Tea Room

Davenports Victorian Christmas is like stepping back in time, some customers have even said they feel like they are on a set from Downton Abbey… After much research and visits to places such as Alnwick Castle and Chatsworth House, Davenports Tea Room is decorated in a Victorian style with tables holding tall candelabras with large flower arrangements, antique silver and glassware, holly & greenery adorn the tables. Tasteful, period Christmas music, staff dressed in Victorian costume, sights and smells of freshly baked scones and mulled wine tantalise the senses on arrival. This Victorian Christmas experience is sure to get you feeling festive!

Christmas capers at Gulliver’s

Escape to Gulliver’s World this Christmas for a much-needed festive family adventure. It's more important than ever that families have the chance to make some magical memories. The packages may be a little different this year however you can still enjoy a classic collection of fabulous festive treats. Hop aboard the North Pole Express for a fun and festive train journey! There will be special stops along the way and every child will have the chance to give Santa their Christmas wish list. Children will get to choose their own gift from the live, interactive Christmas shop! And as always there’s festive rides and attractions for all the family.

A spot of lunch with Santa at Nunsmere Hall

You can have an extra special Sunday lunch at Nunsmere Hall with the man of the hour. At Nunsmere Hall you can expect a magical relaxed family Sunday Lunch with a visit from Santa before sitting down to a festive 3 course meal. There’s sure to be lots of fun and frivolity as the warmup begins for the big day.

Gifts and gourmet food at The Hollies

Make sure to stop in at the Hollies Farm Shop, where you’re sure to find a vast range of Cheshire produce on one of their gorgeous locations in either Little Budworth or Lower Stretton. This year, why not browse the Gift Barn? The Barn team source fabulous and unique products, through extensive research and an innate passion for awesome displays and fantastic things! There’s an extensive award-winning card range, beauty products, children’s toys, beautiful homeware ranges and much more.

Christmas at Cotebrook

At Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre there is lots to see and do to make your visit interesting and enjoyable. You can learn all about the Shire horse, from its history carrying knights in armour to the important studwork today, ensuring the future of this magnificent breed. And this year Santa has been in touch to ask if he can come to Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre for the children to visit him – and they said yes! On the weekend of 12 December, make sure to book a slot to see the man himself.

Shop independent at Blakemere Village

Shop local and independent at Blakemre Village this festive season. You can find that perfect gift from a wide variety of local independents. There’s everything from crafting to antiques. You’re sure to find something unique. Or why not come face to face with birds of prey at Cheshire Falconry, or take a wild ride with Cheshire Segway? And this festive season, Blakemere has even more fun on offer with the Yuleville Christmas Trail, late night shpping and the all new Blakemere Social outdoor food hall! You can read all about it here.

Get outdoors at Delamere Forest

If you’re all shopped out, get active and outdoors just a stone’s throw away in Delamere Forest. There’s a lot to keep you going including high rise thrills from GoApe. This Christmas GoApe’s Sundown Sessions offer majestic views from the forest canopy as night falls. Then, when you reach the top of the zipline, prepare to soar through the treetops in the dark. Or if you’re looking for something a little less extreme, Delamere Forest offers some of the finest festive walking trails around.

A picturesque trip to Arley Hall & Gardens

Why not take a trip to Arley Hall. You may have seen it in some of your favourite TV and films. This Christmas you can wander the picturesque gardens where you’ll find some seasonal fun fact cards dotted around. Each card contains information and might even be something you never knew before.  For example “In 1999, residents of the state of Maine in America built the world’s biggest ever snowman. He stood at 113ft tall (34.4m). That’s taller than 7 double decker busses!”  Just think how knowledgeable you will be by the end of your visit!

Christmas (and Ice Cream!) from your car at The Ice Cream Farm

Christmas certainly isn’t cancelled at The Ice Cream Farm. They’re bringing you festive cheer and mouth-watering ice cream from the comfort of your car with a Drive-Thru Christmas! Drive into the magical Christmas trail and search for Santa's hidden elves, completing a festive activity pack along the way. Once you've spotted all of Santa's elves, the man himself will be waiting, gifts in hand, to say hello in his outside grotto!

A cracking Christmas in Knutsford

Make sure to visit the picturesque town of Knutsford on your Cheshire staycation. There’s plenty to keep you entertained, from chic boutiques to fantastic dining. And this year the Christmas Cracker Trail is sure to get you and the family feeling festive. Find 9 Christmas Cracker stickers in shop windows and note down the locations and the unique letter on each sticker, and then post your completed entry form at designated drop-off points to enter the prize draw! The trail will run all week from 14 - 20 December and the stickers will be in place all week for you to enjoy the trail at your leisure at a time that suits you. You can also enjoy spectacular window displays from Knutsford’s lovely town centre businesses, plus their beautiful town Christmas lights and shop Christmas trees for a real festive experience!

Feel the festivities at Tatton Park

Just down the road you’ll find Tatton Park, with its stunning parkland and opulent mansion. This year is going to be extra special at Tatton with a range of exciting festive activities on offer. On the new Christmas trail join Holly the Hare and her woodland friends at their festive feast in Tatton’s magical mid-winter gardens – picking up your party pack complete with your animal mask and sweet treat before you head off on a special woodland adventure trail. Visit the Stables Restaurant for festive food and drink and browse a range of pop up Christmas stalls in the stableyard - a mini market of local traders selling homeware, Christmas gifts and more. Or head to the cosy Gardener's Cottage this Christmas to experience the delights of a Festive Afternoon Tea – and great news for little ones -  they can feel special too with their own limited edition mini festive tea with choice of sandwiches, crisps, hot chocolate or juice and a Christmas tree cookie!

Shop local in Cheshire this Christmas

It’s more important than ever to shop local this year and Cheshire has so many options when it comes to finding the right gift from a selection of great high streets. Explore the charms of Cheshire's many local high streets from Crewe, Nantwich, Knutsford and Congleton in the east through to Warrington and the West Cheshire towns of Frodsham, Northwich and Neston. Cheshire really is enough to satisfy the appetites of even the hardiest of shopaholics.

Unwind in style at Mottram Hall

You deserve the chance to unwind, and the all-new Champney’s spa at Mottram Hall is the perfect place to indulge in some festive relaxation. A spa day at Mottram Hall is the ultimate way to unwind in Cheshire. Whether you plan to visit on your own or with a friend, there's no better place to rest and recharge with the brand new luxurious and stylish spa facilities and reviving health and beauty treatments. Why not indulge in a Laurent Perrier Spa Day where you’ll be treated to all of the luxuries of a classic spa day, from top-of-the-range spa facilities to expert-led fitness classes and a nutritious lunch in the spa cafe. Plus, enjoy a complimentary 50 minute Champneys treatment of your choice per person and a bottle of Laurent Perrier.

A tiny festive treacle in Macclesfield

Take a trip to Macclesfield for the famous Treacle Market. Things are operating a little differently, with the Festive Treacle market being stretched across four days but you can still find a superb range of craft, vintage and food stalls on your visit to the Market Place!

A view from the top at Beeston Castle

A festive trip to Cheshire wouldn’t be complete without some fantastic walking around Beeston Castle. Set 350 feet above the Cheshire Plain on the sheer rocky crags Beeston Castle is a magical site with something for everyone. With stunning views to take your breath away, long walks through rich woodland for nature lovers and nooks and crannies for kids to hide in you’re sure to have a magnificent day out! And from 26 December, you can Join a festively fun adventure quest which will allow you and your family to explore and discover fun facts and untold stories in the places where history happened! Hunt for clues and QR codes which reveal quirky tales or treat yourself to a hot chocolate or mulled wine in beautiful surroundings.  It’s a great way for the whole family to get out and about during Christmas week.

Fine and festive food in Cheshire

Of course, you’ll need to fill your boots with some of the finest cuisine around on your Cheshire staycation. There’s so much to choose from, you really will be spoilt for choice. From traditional pub fayre in some truly breath-taking scenery to chic town centre bistros, you’re sure to have an unforgettable meal in Cheshire.

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  1. Christmas Crystal Trail

    Marston, Northwich

    The imaginative, sparkling Christmas ‘Crystal Trail’ will run for two weekends - 12-13 December and 19-20 December -as well as in the run up to Christmas on 22 and 23 December. The first 100 children will receive a free gift at the end of the trail.   

    Christmas Crystal Trail at Lion Salt Works
    Christmas Crystal Trail at Lion Salt Works
    Christmas Crystal Trail at Lion Salt Works
    Christmas Crystal Trail at Lion Salt Works

    This year’s reindeer, steam engines and craft activities may be on hold but Northwich’s Lion Salt Works Museum, one of the country’s foremost industrial heritage museums, is determined that its smallest visitors will enjoy some of the magic of Christmas. Its imaginative, sparkling Christmas ‘Crystal Trail’ will run for two weekends - 12-13 December and 19-20 December -as well as in the run up to Christmas on 22 and 23 December. The first 100 children will receive a free gift at the end of the trail.   

    The sparkling Christmas Crystal Trail, which runs through the Museum's atmospheric rooms is free of charge, but normal museum charges will apply*. Parking on site is free. Due to social distancing guidelines, visitors must book their visit in advance to allow for staggered entries. Bookings can be made by calling 01606 275066.   

    At sunset on Saturday 12-13 December, the giant wall of Pan House 5 will also be illuminated with pictures of snow scenes, salt crystals and pictures of Father Christmas at the Lion Salt Works Museum.   

    Hot drinks will be available for purchase over the Christmas period. The Museum’s shop will also be selling a variety of gifts, suitable for those hard-to-buy-for relatives.   

    Contact Details:

    Lion Salt Works, Ollershaw Lane, Marston, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6ES

    Tel:

    01606 275066

    Website

    Web Site

  2. Christmas Activities at Anderton Boat Lift

    Northwich

    Christmas events at the Anderton Boat Lift will be a little different this year but we still hope our activities will bring Christmas cheer and help you make family memories.

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    Christmas Activities at Anderton Boat Lift

    Christmas events at the Anderton Boat Lift will be a little different this year but we still hope our activities will bring Christmas cheer and help you make family memories.

    Designed with social distancing in mind we're opening our grounds and coffee shop during weekends in December from 10.00 - 15.00.

    Christmas crafts 

    Create your own candle holder in one of our outdoor pods. Spaces are limited. Book your craft pack early to avoid disappointment and please remember to wrap up warm.

    Dates: 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20 December

    Times: 10:30, 11:30 13:00, 14:00

    Price: £3.50 per craft pack

    Pods are set up for 1 family/bubble, each pod has a maximum capacity of 6 people with 4 seats and space for a maximum of 4 craft packs per pod.

    Please follow the link to book your pod. 

    *** Please select 1 pod, the number of people in your family group and then the number of craft packs you would like to buy ***

     

    Christmas message

    As Santa is unable to meet families on the boat this year, he has recorded an extra special message for us. Step inside the visitor centre to watch the Christmas message. Children can write their own letter to Santa and drop it off in the special postbox. 

    Christmas Bingo

    Explore the grounds with the Christmas bingo and see how many things you can spot. Can you get a line or even a full house? This is a free activity with no need to book and ideal for younger children.

    Christmas Coffee Shop and Gift Shop 

    Enjoy festive hot drinks and food and in return, help us decorate our Christmas wish tree and write your Christmas wish on one of the tree decorations.

    Searching for the perfect Christmas gift? Take a look around our gift shop for a selection of gift ideas for all the family including 25% off selected items.

    FAQs

    Tickets are valid for the number of people stated on the given date and time. Please show ticket on arrival. Please meet at the outdoor craft area as close to the time of your booking as possible.

    Each pod has a maximum capacity of 6 people with 4 seats and room for 2 standing. Please remain in your pod whilst completing the craft activity.

    Craft activity suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

    Acting responsible, we are following Government Guidance and if the activity is affected by Covid restrictions or for any other reasons beyond our control we will contact you.

    Similarly, if you experience Covid-19 systems, please stay at home and let us know so we can arrange a refund and reallocate the space.

    Please follow the one-way system around the site and grounds and maintain social distancing throughout.

    For any further information on our Covid-19 safety measures, please visit canalrivertrust.org.uk/Anderton

    Contact Details:

    Lift Lane, Anderton, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6FW

    Tel:

    01606 787666

    Website

    Web Site

  3. Victorian Christmas

    Bartington, Northwich

    Step back in time for one of Davenports most popular events.

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    Victorian Christmas at Davenports
    Victorian Christmas at Davenports
    Victorian Christmas at Davenports
    Victorian Christmas at Davenports

    Davenports Tea Room is open from Fri 4th Dec for the very special Victorian Christmas Afternoon Tea (Traditional or Combination) only Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon until 21st Dec thereafter daily until 24th Dec. It is also possible to have  Victorian Afternoon Tea delivered locally on these same days, though all must be pre-booked at least 24hrs in advance and are subject to availability of booking slots, so early booking highly recommended. For full details please visit our website.

    Step back in time for one of Davenports most popular events.

    Likened to a scene from Downton Abbey, Davenports Tea Room is decorated as a Victorian tea room would be. Mulled wine (alcoholic/non-alcoholic) on arrival, themed afternoon tea (traditional or combination, Christmas quiz, create your own christmas crackers, ensures an authentic afternoon. Unique experience with many customers returning each year.

    £33p adult £18.99 per child Subject to availability. Pre-booking essential. £10 pp deposit (non-refundable) required Excludes Tuesdays and Christmas closure 25-29 Dec

    Contact Details:

    Davenports Tea Room, Bridge Farm, Warrington Road, Bartington, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 4QU

    Tel:

    07733385342

    Website

    Web Site

  4. Christmas at Gulliver's

    Warrington

    Escape to Gulliver’s World this Christmas for a much-needed festive family adventure!

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    Christmas at Guillver's

    Escape to Gulliver’s World this Christmas for a much-needed festive family adventure. We think it's more important than ever that families have the chance to make some magical memories. Our packages may be a little different this year however you can still enjoy a classic collection of fabulous festive treats. Every premium package will include:

    All aboard the North Pole Express for a fun and festive train journey! There will be special stops along the way and every child will have the chance to give Santa their Christmas wish list.* 

    Children will get to choose their own gift from the live, interactive Christmas shop! 

    Discover festive rides and attractions for all the family

    *Father Christmas won't be able to greet you in his grotto this year instead you will be able to see him during the North Pole Express Experience. Please note that you will be required to remain in the train carriage for this section of the journey.

    Contact Details:

    Gulliver's World, Old Hall, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 9YZ

    Tel:

    01925 444888

    Website

    Web Site

  5. Sunday Lunches with Santa

    Northwich

    Join us for a magical relaxed family Sunday Lunch and visit Santa before sitting down to a festive 3 course meal

    Christmas at Nunsmere Hall
    Christmas at Nunsmere Hall

    Join us for a magical relaxed family Sunday Lunch and visit Santa before sitting down to a festive 3 course meal. Lots of fun and frivolity as the warm up begins for the big day.

    3 course Sunday lunch including a gift for every child Served from 12.00pm – 5pm (serving times extended due to popular demand)

    £30.00, per adult £15.00, per child (aged 2 – 12 years)

    Sunday 6th December 2020

    Sunday 13th December 2020

    Sunday 20th December 2020

    Contact Details:

    Nunsmere Hall Hotel, Tarporley, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2ES

    Tel:

    01606 889100

    Website

    Web Site

  6. The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton

    Lower Stretton, Warrington

    The Hollies Farm Shop in Lower Stretton is a food lovers heaven. The shelves are crammed with fresh produce sourced from Cheshire and the surrounding counties and it's also home to the Concept Cafe, serving delicious meals and desserts.

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    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Butchery team at The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton interior
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Butchery team at The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton interior
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton

    Shop and Eat at The Hollies

    The Hollies second site at Lower Stretton was opened in 2007, and is conveniently situated near Warrington and the local motorway system. The Hollies Farm Shop at Lower Stretton shares the same passion, level of commitment and quality as the Little Budworth store, and also houses the Concept Cafe.

    The Hollies life began in 1959 as a vegetable stand on the side of the road with an honesty box. Over 50 years later, The Hollies Farm Shop has grown to become one of the best Farm Shops in the North West, having won awards within the Farm Shop, Coffee Shop & Butchery.

    Market fresh fruit & vegetables, home cooked meats, homemade pies, The Hollies butchery meats, The Hollies deli products, freshly baked breads, oils, olives, fine wines & champagnes, a wide range of gins, unique gifts & cards, candles & diffusers and so much more.

    With more than 40 local suppliers, The Hollies stock some of the best products that Cheshire has to offer, complimented by the best food from other regions and abroad. The family’s heritage lies within farming and has always believed that the best local food should be tasty, high quality and fully traceable. They fill the farm shop with the best quality artisan produce; from delicious chutneys & relishes to scrumptious cakes & pastries.

    Due to the success of the Butchery at the Little Budworth site, a Butchery counter was opened at the Lower Stretton site, enabling a wider selection of fresh, quality meats for you to choose from. Homemade, award winning sausage varieties and burgers sit alongside cuts of Welsh beef and Salt Marsh lamb. Kevin and Dan are able to offer advice on the products and cooking times, adding value to your shopping experience.

    The Deli at Little Budworth makes products for Lower Stretton which are delivered fresh to the store daily. These include homemade pies, sausage rolls and quiches, fresh pasta, home cooked meats, homemade coleslaw, potato salad and pizzas.

    Luxury Hampers for any occasion can be made up to order by their hamper angels. They can be filled with fabulous foods, lifestyle and beauty products, wines and beers, then arranged beautifully, ready to give as that perfect gift.

    The Gift Barn at Lower Stretton has expanded a lot over the last few years, offering cards, gift wrap, jewellery, home wear, beauty products and lots of special and unique gifts.

    The Hollies at Lower Stretton has a great spirit collection, including over 40 gins and about 20 different varieties of whisky.

    Like at Little Budworth the team are passionate about quality and great customer service. They help to ensure that each visit here makes you want to come back, making sure that the best products are available and that the Concept Cafe experience is the tastiest, freshest and friendliest.

    Contact Details:

    Northwich Road, Lower Stretton, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 4PG

    Tel:

    01925 730 976

    Website

    Web Site

  7. The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth

    Tarporley

    Named the North West's best local food producer by the Countryside Alliance. Crammed with locally sourced, traditionally produced foods, this isn’t just a farm shop, it’s a real Cheshire destination!

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    Fresh local produce at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    Butchery counter at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    Delicatessen at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    Fresh local produce at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    Butchery counter at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    Delicatessen at The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth
    The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth

    Welcome to The Hollies; more than just a farm shop. Butchery, Delicatessen, Gift Barn, Coffee Shop, 5 star luxury Forest Lodges and Garden Centre. The Hollies life began in 1959 as a vegetable stand on the side of the road with an honesty box. Over 50 years later, The Hollies Farm Shop has grown to become one of the best Farm Shops in the North West, having won awards within the Farm Shop, Coffee Shop & Butchery. 4 generations in the making, the family’s passion lies in sourcing great food and providing the best customer service, through every part of the business. With more than 40 local suppliers, The Hollies stock some of the best products that Cheshire has to offer, complimented by the best food from other regions and abroad. The family’s heritage lies within farming and has always believed that the best local food should be tasty, high quality and fully traceable. Potatoes, carrots, seasonal vegetables, pumpkins, Christmas trees and plants are grown and nurtured within the family. The Deli at the Little Budworth site offers homemade pies, sausage rolls and quiches, fresh pasta, home cooked meats, homemade coleslaw & potato salad, freshly baked bread, pates, olives, cheese, oils and many other delicious treats. The Hollies Gift Barn, Little Budworth now has new stock of Tutti & Co jewellery including gorgeous bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings, and a whole new range of Bomb Cosmetics – the perfect body care products to help you unwind and relax. Luxury Hampers for any occasion can be made up to order by their hamper angels. Filled with fabulous foods, lifestyle and beauty products, wines and beers, then arranged beautifully ready to give as that perfect gift. The whole team are passionate about quality and offer great customer service. They ensure that only the best products are available, that the coffee shop experience is the tastiest, freshest & friendliest and that your stay in The Hollies Forest Lodges lives up to its 5 star status. If you’ve never visited before, you will love browsing around the Farm Shop, Coffee Shop, Forest Lodges, Garden Centre, Gift Barn, Delicatessen & Butchery and will most definitely return time and time again.  

    Contact Details:

    Forest Road, Little Budworth, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9ES

    Tel:

    01829 760414

    Website

    Web Site

  8. Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre

    Tarporley

    ​​​​​​​Three times Winner of Cheshire's “Visitor Attraction of the Year”, Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre is set in 50 acres in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside, and offers everything for the perfect day out.

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    Cotebrook Charlie's Spirit and her new born foal Ben More - Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Brood mares at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Cotebrook Loch Anna - Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Moorfield Edward - Super Premium Shire Stallion- Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Cotebrook Charlie's Spirit and her new born foal Ben More - Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Brood mares at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Cotebrook Loch Anna - Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
    Moorfield Edward - Super Premium Shire Stallion- Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre

    Three times Winner of Cheshire's “Visitor Attraction of the Year”, Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre is set in 50 acres in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside, and offers everything for the perfect day out.

    Home of the internationally renowned Cotebrook Shire Horse Stud, Alistair King has been breeding champion Shires there for nearly 50 years and they form the centrepiece of the Centre with up to 25 horses at any time for you to meet.

    At Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre there is lots to see and do to make your visit interesting and enjoyable. You can learn all about the Shire horse, from its history carrying knights in armour to the important studwork today, ensuring the future of this magnificent breed.

    There is an opportunity to meet the horses up close and Alistair does regular talks with a personal introduction to his Shires.

    As well as the fabulous Shire horses there is a selection of British animals and birdlife both wild and domesticated including rare breeds. You can wander around the mile long Nature Trail to meet the horses further afield, explore the Wildlife Watch Trail, browse around the gift shop with its unique country gifts and souvenirs, then visit the Lakeside Cafe which offers light lunches and cream teas.

    Every spring there is FOAL WATCH which is a video diary of each mare in the weeks and days before she foals. Foal Watch then follows the foals as they grow and explore their new world.

    Alistair also offers Shire Horse Experience Days, as featured on BBC1, where you can learn all about preparing a shire for the show ring or explore various aspects of studwork.

    A warm welcome is assured all year around, closing only on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

     

    Contact Details:

    Cotebrook, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9DS

    Tel:

    01829 760506

    Website

    Web Site

  9. Blakemere Village

    Northwich

    **Cheshire Woodland Weddings - Wedding Venue of the Year Winner 2019** Situated in the heart of Cheshire just outside Chester, Blakemere Village is home to a unique collective of boutique shops built around a stunning Edwardian stable block, an ideal Day Out destination for all ages.

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    So many things to do and see at Blakemere Village including Falconry
    Segway fun at Blakemere Village
    Free adventure play park at Blakemere Village
    Browse Homewares and furniture at Blakemere Village
    So many things to do and see at Blakemere Village including Falconry
    Segway fun at Blakemere Village
    Free adventure play park at Blakemere Village
    Browse Homewares and furniture at Blakemere Village

    **Cheshire Woodland Weddings - Wedding Venue of the Year Winner 2019**

     Situated in the heart of Cheshire just outside Chester, Blakemere Village is home to a unique collective of boutique shops built around a stunning Edwardian stable block, an ideal Day Out destination for all ages. Today, you can explore over 30+ independent shops offering giftware, antiques and fashion as well as a traditional tearoom as well as The Village Restaurant and Coffee Bar. Take a stroll through the nearby woodlands, enjoy the free outdoor adventure playpark or choose many daily activities including segway or the awe-inspiring Birds of Prey experiences. Open 7 days a week from 10am until 5pm, free to enter and free to park. For more information on what's on daily and up and coming events, please see the website www.visitblakemere.co.uk

    This year, Blakemere Village celebrates 25 years of family entertainment and independent shopping with a series of commemorative events alongside the opening of a new vintage-inspired store, Farrow House.

    Blakemere Village offers both group organiser and coach driver incentives and can also tailor a bespoke package to individual needs including activities and group rates. For more information on events and daily activities visit www.blakemerevillage.com. For Group tour operator bookings call 01606 883261 or email info@visitblakemere.co.uk.

     

    Contact Details:

    Chester Road, Sandiway, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2EB

    Tel:

    01606 883261

    Website

    Web Site

  10. Cheshire Falconry

    Sandiway, Northwich

    An internationally reknowned centre: A visitor attraction for people interested in birds of prey with an excellent aviary complex and flying demonstrations throughout the summer.

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    Enjoy a Meet the Birds experience at Cheshire Falconry
    Meet a variety of birds at Cheshire Falconry
    See Eagles at Cheshire Falconry
    Meet Eagles and Owls at Cheshire Falconry
    Enjoy a Meet the Birds experience at Cheshire Falconry
    Meet a variety of birds at Cheshire Falconry
    See Eagles at Cheshire Falconry
    Meet Eagles and Owls at Cheshire Falconry

    Nestled in the heart of Cheshire with surrounding countryside Cheshire Falconry houses over 60 trained birds of prey that can be experienced in a number of ways. Open 7 days a week the centre offers a number of different experiences that enable guests to get hands on with and fly magnificent birds of prey free in their beautiful surroundings in Sandiway, near Northwich. Ranging from half hour experiences for children to hour long family sessions and three and six hour adult only sessions where a variety of different species of raptor may be flown from amongst the smallest to the largest including magnifcent eagles. These sessions are by appointment only but Cheshire Falconry are sometimes able to accommodate guests for these sessions at 24 hours notice. Visit www.cheshirefalconry.com for details of hands-on flying experiences. Many people choose to purchase one of the Gift Vouchers that can be given allowing the recipient to arrange their own appointment for the Experience. For day visitors the aviaries are open from 10am - 4.30pm 7 days a week, 360 days per year. Throughout the summer months (Easter-end August) there are daily flying demonstrations of a selection of their trained birds of prey at 1pm and 3pm. Admission charges apply for both. Cheshire Falconry is a leading supplier of educational visits to schools (KS1, KS2, KS3 & KS4 aslo special needs) and offers a number of different options for public falconry displays. Ask about their corporate services, team building packages and partnerships too. Popular for weddings where they entertain any number of guests and even arrange for rings to be delivered to the best man by a hawk or owl!

    Contact Details:

    Chester Road, Sandiway, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2EB

    Tel:

    01606 882223

    Website

    Web Site

  11. Cheshire Segway

    Chester Road, Sandiway, Northwich

    Segway PTs are available for courses suitable for all pockets and time, corporate events and party experiences.

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    Segways at Cheshire Outdoors
    Segways are a great team building activity at Cheshire Outdoors
    Ride the Segways at Cheshire Outdoors
    Something different for your corporate away day at Cheshire Outdoors
    Segways at Cheshire Outdoors
    Segways are a great team building activity at Cheshire Outdoors
    Ride the Segways at Cheshire Outdoors
    Something different for your corporate away day at Cheshire Outdoors

    At Cheshire Segway we aim to provide you with the best training and guidance available on a Segway PT (Personal Transporter). In offering you the expert training it will enable you to gain more from your Segway Experience and will ensure the most enjoyment possible on a Segway PT leaving you with a memory to cherish.Segway PTs are available for courses suitable for all pockets and time, corporate events and party experiences (subject to terms and conditions).Arrive & GlideThis option is for those of you who are just passing and perhaps would like to give it a go to see if you like it or perhaps planning to use one abroad and would like to get full training before you go. On arrival you will be expected to read some safety literature and a safety helmet will be provided. Once you are ready your instructor will take you to your Segway PT and instruct you on how to mount, dismount, move forward, stop and turn in both directions. Once a short laid out training course has been completed, to help you master the Segway PT, you will then be shown onto the main course, which is full of lots of twists and turns and small hazards along the way to enable you to put all your skills to the test. Whilst on the Segway PT you will also be offered any help and support you may need to include perhaps going up and down hills. This is a taster Segway session so after a few laps unaided your session will end leaving you hungry for more!Woodland TourAt Cheshire Segway we want to offer you choice. Some like it simpler, some like it more challenging, and with this in mind we have put together a woodland course using our very own wood full of twist and turns, suitable for all those adrenaline junkies out there. Once again you receive our full training as described in the Arrive and Glide taster sessions and once your basic session is over you will be guided by your Instructor through the Blakemere Craft Centre and into the woods. This woodland course has been specially designed to make the most of your skills and will turn you into a competent Segway PT rider in no time at all. Watch for those low branches though, remember Segway PT’s can be dangerous in the wrong hands so keep an eye out. Your Segway PT Woodland experience will last approximately one hour and will leave you wanting more! Whitegate WayIf you are looking for an alternative experience on a Segway PT then why not go for our Whitegate Way Guided Tour. Once your basic training has been completed as described in the Arrive and Glide session you will then be taken from Blakemere Craft Centre and through our very own wood. Once out of the wood we will take you along a track which offers you great views over the Cheshire Countryside and then onto the Whitegate Way, a former railway line running from Winsford to Cuddington. You will see some amazing views, being slightly elevated whilst riding a Segway PT. Taking in the old Station House, where we will have a slight rest we will then return to Blakemere Craft Centre, thrilled by your experience on our X2 Segway PTs and there versatility. On this tour we try to offer you a little bit of everything and you will be amazed at how quickly you pick up the control of a Segway PT. This experience will last approx ninety minutes and will leaving you wanting more!

    Contact Details:

    Cheshire Falconry, Blakemere Craft Centre, Chester Road, Sandiway, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2EB

    Tel:

    01606 888090

    Website

    Web Site

  12. Go Ape Sundown Sessions

    Limnere, Northwich

    This autumn, thrill seekers are being invited to run, leap and zip their way through a series of new night-time adventures, coming exclusively to Go Ape!

    Sundown Sessions at Go Ape Delamere
    Sundown Sessions at Go Ape Delamere
    Sundown Sessions at Go Ape Delamere
    Sundown Sessions at Go Ape Delamere

    This autumn, thrill seekers are being invited to run, leap and zip their way through a series of new night-time adventures, coming exclusively to Go Ape!

     

    Those looking for an extra-ordinary, after-hours experience should look no further than the limited-edition Go Ape Sundown Sessions, where you can enjoy the high ropes of Go Ape beneath a sunset or starry sky.

     

    Across the UK, over twenty Go Ape sites will offer spectacular nightfall editions of your favourite activities on selected dates. And at Go Ape Delamere you can experience a Sundown Adventure during October Half Term.

     

    Clamber up into the treetops on our Treetop Adventure and gaze at breath-taking nocturnal birds-eye views across forests, mountains and moors. Then, when you reach the zip wire, experience a spine-tingling thrill as you soar through the crisp autumn evening. Become a nimble creature of the night and strike a pose against a sunset or beneath a starry sky.

     

     

    This family friendly experience (individual activity restrictions apply) is ideal for those looking for an extraordinary evening in Delamere Forest.

     

    With only a limited number of sessions available, intrepid adventurers are being urged to book ahead and secure a space. Head to www.goape.co.uk/locations/delamere for more information, prices and dates available.

    Contact Details:

    Go Ape, Delamere Forest, Limnere, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2JD

    Tel:

    01603 895500

    Website

    Web Site

  13. Delamere Forest Walkways

    Northwich

    Delamere Forest is an ideal place to go for a walk, with 6 waymarked paths. With dry sandstone paths, lots of mature pines to shade or shelter under depending upon the weather and the flooded forest of Blakemere attracting birds to watch.

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    Delamere Forest is an ideal place to go for a walk, with 6 waymarked paths. With dry sandstone paths, lots of mature pines to shade or shelter under depending upon the weather and the flooded forest of Blakemere attracting birds to watch.

    Delamere Forest Park provides many easy to walk forest roads and trails ideal for families with children or the less able.

    Contact Details:

    Delamere, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 2JD

    Tel:

    0300 067 4340

    Website

    Web Site

  14. Arley Hall & Gardens

    Northwich

    Arley Hall & Gardens is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West.

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    Stunning Exterior of Arley Hall & Gardens
    Beautiful interior & staircase at Arley Hall
    Beautiful gardens to explore at Arley Hall & Gardens
    Stunning Exterior of Arley Hall & Gardens
    Beautiful interior & staircase at Arley Hall
    Beautiful gardens to explore at Arley Hall & Gardens

    Covid 19 Update:

    During the current lockdown we are delighted to be able to say that the Arley Gardens, Grove, Woodland Walk, Picnic Area and PlayZone can stay open, you can visit daily from 10am - 4pm and there is no need to book.  The Gardener's Kitchen Cafe are offering a take away menu of hot and cold drinks, soup, sandwiches and cakes which can be enjoyed in our outdoor seating area, and even more good news, our toilets are also open.  (Please note that the cafe and toilets are only open for paying visitors to the Gardens.)

    Adult £6, Child £2, Family (2+3) £10, Parking £2.

     

    Arley Hall & Gardens is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West.  The Gardens, which are amongst the finest in Britain, are outstanding for their vitality, variety and historical interest and are particularly celebrated for the magnificent double herbaceous border. The Hall is an impressive example of a Victorian country house built in the Elizabethan style.

    Hall

    Arley Hall is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West. The elaborate ceilings & oak panelling, impressive fireplaces, intricate stained glass and beautiful contents are features which make Arley Hall so special. Shows the history of a family that has cherished Arley as their home for over 500 years.

    The present Hall stands on the same site as the first Hall built by the family 1469. The Hall standing was built between 1832 and 1845 by Rowland Egerton-Warburon to the design of George Latham, a Nantwich architect.

    In the Dining Room the doorways and panelling were designed by Latham as were the fine ceilings.

    In the Library the bookcases and chimney piece were all made in London by H Wood & Company of Covent Garden in 1843 at a cost of £520. The Gallery was the principal sitting room of a house in the nineteenth century.

    The Small Dining Room has a barrel-shaped ceiling and is one of the architect’s happiest designs. It combines successfully the warm panelling and the cleverly contrived door to the garden. The virginal by Stephen Keene, 1675 is one of the oldest surviving English keyboard instruments.

    The Grand Staircase and doorways are made from fine oak with the elaborate strapwork and panelled pasterwork are a marvellous evocation of the grandest Elizabethan staircases.

    The Emporer’s Room is so called because it was the bedroom of Napoleon III in the winter of 1847-48.  

    Garden

    Amongst the finest in Europe the Gardens have been created over the last 250 years by successive generations of the same family. They offer an unusual blend of long history and traditional design with inspired modern ideas and additions. The result is a garden rich in atmosphere, interest and vitality.

    The Herbaceous Border is its best know feature which is thought to be the first border of its kind planted in England. This along with the unique Quercus Ilex Columns, Pleached Lime Avenue of trees and the furlong walk make this simply the most amazing and interesting garden.

    Within its eight acres of formal garden, which can take you several hours to meander around, there are many different areas, each with its own distinctive character. On the NE side of the house, beyond the Chapel is The Grove, a well established arboretum and a Woodland Walk of about 6 or 7 acre. The Grove has a pathway approx 1/3rd of a mile long and it will take you approx 30 minutes to walk around depending on your pace and interest in the planting, while the Woodland Walk is approx 1/5th of a mile long and will take you approx 15 minutes to walk, once again depending on your pace.

    At Arley you will see a huge range of plants of all kinds, making it a treasure trove both for the keen plantsman and for the less specialised visitor.

    Families

    A great day out for families. If you are looking for a great family day out look no further than Arley as there is plenty to keep the kids busy for hours.

    All dogs are welcome on a lead!

    If it is outdoor fun and games you are searching for then head for our Adventure Play Zone (suitable for children up to the age of 10).

    Children will enjoy zooming along the zip wire, building castles in the sandpit or flying on the swings and down the slides.

    For those who want to let their imaginations run wild there is a willow dome that in a child’s mind can become the perfect den in the woods.

    For those wanting to build their own, there are enough branches to do just that.

    After playtime there’s our picnic area that is perfect for lunch or simply a place for everyone to catch their breaths.

    The fun doesn’t stop there, however, as families will enjoy a walk around The Grove – the more informal part of our gardens.

    There’s also plenty of space for ball games so bring one along to extend the hours of fun.

    Secret Garden Is Just Magic, the gardens themselves are full of twists and turns and no…

    Contact Details:

    Arley, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6NA

    Tel:

    01565 777353

    Website

    Web Site

  15. Drive Thru Christmas

    Tattenhall, Chester

    Drive into our magical Christmas trail and search for Santa's hidden elves, completing a festive activity pack along the way. Once you've spotted all of Santa's elves, the man himself will be waiting, gifts in hand, to say hello in his outside grotto!

    Drive Thru Christmas
    Drive Thru Christmas
    Drive Thru Christmas at The Ice Cream Farm
    Drive Thru Christmas
    Drive Thru Christmas
    Drive Thru Christmas at The Ice Cream Farm

    Christmas isn't cancelled at the Ice Cream Farm

    Drive into our magical Christmas trail and search for Santa's hidden elves, completing a festive activity pack along the way. Once you've spotted all of Santa's elves, the man himself will be waiting, gifts in hand, to say hello in his outside grotto!

    Entry costs £10 per child. Each child will receive a festive activity pack, a Christmas mug filled with their favourite ice cream AND a gift from Santa

    Our drive-thru Christmas experience is open between 12noon-4:30pm on weekdays and 12noon-5pm on weekends and will run until Christmas Eve. There's no need to book, just show up!

    Contact Details:

    The Ice Cream Farm, Newton Lane, Tattenhall, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 9NE

    Tel:

    0800 133 7000

    Website

    Web Site

  16. Knutsford Christmas Cracker Trail

    Knutsford

    Find 9 Christmas Cracker stickers in shop windows and note down the locations and the unique letter on each sticker, and then post your completed entry form at designated drop-off points to enter our prize draw!

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    Knutsford Christmas Cracker Trail

    Knutsford Christmas Cracker Trail is a brand new free trail event for 2020! 

    Following in the footsteps of our popular Bunny Hop and Pumpkin Path, we're launching a brand new Christmas trail for 2020 to offer some safe family fun for Knutsford residents.

    Find 9 Christmas Cracker stickers in shop windows and note down the locations and the unique letter on each sticker, and then post your completed entry form at designated drop-off points to enter our prize draw!

    The trail will run all week from 14th - 20th December and the stickers will be in place all week for you to enjoy the trail at your leisure at a time that suits you.

    You can also enjoy spectacular window displays from our lovely town centre businesses, plus our beautiful town Christmas lights and shop Christmas trees for a real festive experience! Don't forget to visit our amazing town centre shops for your last minute bits!

    Prizes will be drawn on 21st December via the Town Council Facebook page and winners will be contacted the same day.

    We hope you all enjoy, and Merry Christmas!

    Contact Details:

    Knutsford, Cheshire

    Website

    Web Site

  17. Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room Tatton Park

    Knutsford

    Nestled in the beautiful setting of Tatton’s famous award winning gardens. The former head gardener’s cottage is the perfect location for a relaxing specialty coffee, lunch or afternoon tea.

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    Outdoor dining experience at Tatton's famous Gardener's Cottage
    Afternoon Tea at Gardener's Cottage
    Outdoor dining experience at Tatton's famous Gardener's Cottage
    Afternoon tea and coffee at Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room
    Browsing the delicious menu at the Cottage
    Outdoor dining experience at Tatton's famous Gardener's Cottage
    Afternoon Tea at Gardener's Cottage
    Outdoor dining experience at Tatton's famous Gardener's Cottage
    Afternoon tea and coffee at Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room
    Browsing the delicious menu at the Cottage

    Tatton offers an exclusive dining experience in the beautiful setting of its famous award winning gardens. The former Head Gardener’s Cottage, just inside the Stableyard, is the perfect location for a relaxing specialty coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. Full of cosy, cottage character you’ll have the option to be served inside or out (weather permitting) with views of the garden’s beautiful orchard and walled gardens.

    Reflecting the seasonal garden harvest, the menu includes traditional lunch and afternoon tea favourites. The Cottage uses the garden produce available right on their doorstep to create truly unique dishes.

    Treat yourselves in one of the most beautiful settings in Cheshire. Open every day 10am to 5pm through high season (April - October).

    Please check Tatton Park's website when planning your visit.

    Contact Details:

    Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN

    Tel:

    01625 374467

    Website

    Web Site

  18. Mottram Hall Hotel

    Prestbury

    Indisputably one of the finest hotels in Cheshire, Mottram Hall is exclusively nestled amidst idyllic parkland and an expertly sculpted golf course.

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    CHAMPNEYS SPA OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SEPTEMBER 2020. 

    Indisputably one of the finest hotels in Cheshire, Mottram Hall is exclusively nestled amidst idyllic parkland and an expertly sculpted golf course. Hotels in Cheshire don't come classier than Mottram Hall, with 120 stylish bedrooms, a state-of-the-art Conference Hub, a fantastic health club, a luxurious spa and 18 holes of Championship standard golf all on offer for those who stay. Mottram Hall is at the forefront of the United Kingdom's luxury hotel scene.

    Perfect for those on business ventures, not to mention pleasure seekers, Mottram Hall also functions as a contemporary wedding venue with its lush forestry and private lanes providing the perfect backdrop for photographs that'll be cherished forever. There's nowhere quite like this in Cheshire. The Carrington Grill has been awarded an AA Rosette for food and achieved 4 AA Silver Stars in the most recent AA audit.

    The hotel won Chairman’s Choice Best Luxury Hotel in South Manchester, and Best Wedding Venue in South Manchester in the EatDrinkSleep Awards, plus they were awarded Wedding Venue of the Year at the Marketing Cheshire Awards. At the Cheshire Hoteliers Ball they picked up 3 awards including Front of House Employee of the Year, Cheshire Star of the Year, and Back of House Employee of the Year.

    The 18-Hole Championship Golf Course was listed in the Top 100 Golf Resorts in Britain & Ireland by Golf World. Finally, they have been nominated as a finalist for ‘Best Wedding Venue’ at the National Venue Awards 2018.

    New Champneys Spa due to open 2020 - https://www.mottramhall.com/health-spa

    Contact Details:

    Wilmslow Road, Mottram St Andrew, Prestbury, Cheshire, SK10 4QT

    Tel:

    0871 222 4686

    Website

    Web Site

  19. Macclesfield

    Macclesfield

    Macclesfield is perfectly placed to enjoy a weekend break in the Peak District. Within minutes of the town centre you can escape to the Peak District National Park and enjoy spectacular views across Cheshire.

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    Barnaby festival 2010 photo competition winner

    Macclesfield’s full of it. Silk, that is. Macclesfield grew as one of the main silk centres of the country, renowned for the skill of its designers and for its richly patterned woven fabrics. Fashionistas will love discovering the story of Macclesfield’s textile heritage as told at the Silk Museum and the Heritage Centre. These days Macclesfield boasts bijoux art galleries, great shops and an award winning brass band. The perennially popular Treacle Market takes place on the last Sunday of every month and showcase the finest local produce, contemporary art, vintage clothing and much more. Macclesfield is perfectly placed to enjoy a weekend break in the Peak District. Within minutes of the town centre you can escape to the Peak District National Park and enjoy spectacular views across Cheshire.

    Coming to Macclesfield for business or pleasure? Find a list of hotels in Macclesfield here.

    Contact Details:

    Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 1DX

    Website

    Web Site

  20. Christmas Adventure Quest at Beeston Castle

    Tarporley

    Join our festively fun adventure quest which will allow you and your family to explore and discover fun facts and untold stories in the places where history happened!

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    Join our festively fun adventure quest which will allow you and your family to explore and discover fun facts and untold stories in the places where history happened! Hunt for clues and QR codes which reveal quirky tales or treat yourself to a hot chocolate or mulled wine in beautiful surroundings.  It’s a great way for the whole family to get out and about in Christmas week.

    Contact Details:

    Beeston Castle, Chapel Lane, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9TX

    Tel:

    03703330606

    Website

    Web Site

Itinerary Distances

FromToDistance * (metric)
Christmas Activities at Anderton Boat Lift (53.27295,-2.5307)Victorian Christmas (53.2837,-2.59703)4.12
Victorian Christmas (53.2837,-2.59703)Christmas at Gulliver's (53.40569,-2.61772)12.29
Christmas at Gulliver's (53.40569,-2.61772)The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton (53.32728,-2.56598)8.44
The Hollies Farm Shop - Lower Stretton (53.32728,-2.56598)The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth (53.20382,-2.62723)12.9
The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth (53.20382,-2.62723)Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre (53.18137,-2.64378)2.46
Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre (53.18137,-2.64378)Blakemere Village (53.22794,-2.60534)5.21
Blakemere Village (53.22794,-2.60534)Cheshire Falconry (53.22793,-2.60225)0.19
Cheshire Falconry (53.22793,-2.60225)Cheshire Segway (53.22793,-2.60225)0
Cheshire Segway (53.22793,-2.60225)Delamere Forest Walkways (53.22871,-2.67853)4.58
Delamere Forest Walkways (53.22871,-2.67853)Arley Hall & Gardens (53.324,-2.49071)14.76
Arley Hall & Gardens (53.324,-2.49071)Knutsford Christmas Cracker Trail (53.30059,-2.37183)7.49
Knutsford Christmas Cracker Trail (53.30059,-2.37183)Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room Tatton Park (53.32952,-2.38593)3.02
Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room Tatton Park (53.32952,-2.38593)Mottram Hall Hotel (53.30781,-2.18304)12.34
Mottram Hall Hotel (53.30781,-2.18304)Macclesfield (53.25934,-2.12287)6.05
Macclesfield (53.25934,-2.12287)Christmas Adventure Quest at Beeston Castle (53.12486,-2.68816)36.51
Christmas Adventure Quest at Beeston Castle (53.12486,-2.68816)Beeston Castle and Woodland Park (53.12658,-2.68248)0.38
Total Distance *130.7 miles
Estimated Journey Time4.21 hours

* Approximate distance by road

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