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A Guide to Planning Your Luxury Midweek Break in Cheshire

Exterior of Mottram Hall

Let’s face it, you deserve to treat yourself. And there are few better places to do so than in Cheshire. There’s a lot of luxury to be found in the serene countryside. Whether you’re looking for the most opulent hotels, the finest food, extravagant cocktails or the fanciest days out, you’re never far from the lap of luxury in Cheshire. And experiencing all this luxury doesn’t need to break the bank, as savings can be found by booking mid-week. We thought we’d put together this handy itinerary to give you the inspiration to experience the very finest Cheshire has to offer because you deserve it!

Luxurious Lodgings

There’s no shortage of luxurious accommodation in Cheshire; from grand country estates and boutique rural inns to opulent halls and even lavish log cabins, you’re sure to find the perfect place to treat yourself to a deluxe night’s stay. And by booking mid-week there’s savings to be had! At Carden Park – Cheshire’s Country Estate, you can enjoy a Great British Escape Bed & Breakfast package. This two-night break includes a full English breakfast and full use of the hotel leisure club as well as a 10% discount voucher for Cheshire Oaks, with prices from £154 per night!

Just outside of the bustling town of Crewe in the serene Cheshire countryside, you’ll find Wychwood Park Hotel & Golf Club. At this stylish and luxurious hotel, you can enjoy the Great British Break Off package, where you’ll get a two night stay, 3-course dinner on the evening of your arrival as well as prosecco in your room – all from £199 per night.

For that sublime spa stay, there’s Mottram Hall. Home to Champneys flagship Northern location, you can indulge in a midweek spa break during which you’ll enjoy Mottram Hall’s countryside grounds, fine food and a selection of pampering treats from £189 per person.

Then there’s The Mere Golf Resort & Spa’s Welcome Back Overnight Break, where you can enjoy an overnight stay at this opulent resort with dinner in Brown’s Restaurant and a Full English breakfast (as well as chocolates and prosecco in your room) from just £85 per person.

Or you can escape to one of Nelson Hotels’ boutique countryside inns for a real dose of luxury. Nestled in the stunning Peckforton Hills at The Pheasant Inn you can partake in the Summer Escape deal where you will get an overnight stay in one of their superbly chic bedrooms as well as dinner and breakfast, all for £119 per room. Or at The Bear’s Paw in scenic Warmingham, you can take your Cheshire Mini Break, including an overnight stay in one of their 5-star quality room, dinner and breakfast for £59.50 per person!

And for log cabin luxury look no further than Forest Holidays Delamere Forest. These lavish cabins can come with all sorts of luxurious extras including hot tubs and even pizza ovens! You certainly get more bang for your buck by booking a midweek stay. As you can see, we’re already spoiling you for choice, but you deserve it!

Deluxe Days Out

With your luxurious lodgings sorted, it’s time to find some extra special things to do on your midweek break. What could be finer than exploring some of Cheshire’s truly regal landmarks? Take for instance Tatton Park’s Mansion and Gardens. In the Mansion – the original home of the wealthy Egerton family – you can experience opulence like never before. Sitting amidst the nearly 50-acres of pristine, award-winning gardens, the neo-classical Mansion is home to one of the National Trust's finest libraries surrounded by the Mansion’s extensive original furnishings. You can really experience the life of luxury of days gone by in the Mansion. What’s more, the stunning gardens are not to be missed. The product of over 300 years of cultivation, the gardens are home to a wide variety of stunning plant life across the Walled Kitchen Garden, 100-year-old Japanese Garden, historic Glasshouses, and Pleasure Grounds.

One of the finest Palladian houses in the North West and designed by John Carr of York, Tabley House was built in 1761 for the Leicester family, who lived here for 700 years and is certainly magnificent to visit. Tabley is home to the first collection of English paintings ever made with works from Lely, Turner, Lawrence and other English masters. Similarly as stunning as these masterpieces is the collection of original furniture, much of it dating back to the 17th Century.

Nestling on the edge of the Peak District, Lyme Park was once a great sporting estate and home of the Legh family for over 500 years. The house is renowned for its elegant interiors and beautiful gardens, against a backdrop of sweeping moorland with extensive views across Manchester and the Cheshire Plain. On your visit to Lyme you simply must explore the Edwardian rose garden, ravine garden or orangery next to the reflecting lake where a certain Mr Darcy met Miss Bennett in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice!

If all the splendour of these stately homes and gardens weren’t enough, on the beautiful Wirral Peninsula you can find Ness Botanic Gardens. This real gem, with a fascinating history spanning over a hundred years, is home to 64-acres of gorgeous plant life bursting with colour at any time of year. Highlights include outstanding collections of Rhododendrons, Camellias, Snowdrops and Sorbus, amongst others. Ness is not to be missed on your luxury Cheshire break.

An indulgent luxury break wouldn’t be complete without treating oneself to a shopping spree and luckily in Cheshire there are destinations aplenty to splurge. Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet is your one stop shop for deluxe retail. There’s over 145 boutiques, cafés and restaurants to choose from including designer and luxury brands. Pay tribute to the late iconic designer at the Karl Lagerfeld store. Get a taste for Italian luxury at Furla or stock up on signature underwear and more at Calvin Klein. Check out Mint Velvet, must-have footwear at Dune, Tommy Hilfiger’s jeans, Kate Spade, and elevated basics at Police too. And if all that wasn’t enough, the coolest high-end streetwear awaits for you at Diesel. What’s more, by going midweek, you can avoid the weekend crowds.

And for a slice of Cheshire elegance, look no further than The Hollies Farm Shop. The Hollies is so much more than a farm shop. There is of course the huge range of artisanal and locally sourced produce, with everything from artisan-made breads, cheeses and cured meats to luxury wines, beers, champagnes and spirits, to farm-fresh, locally produced fruits and vegetables. Then there’s The Gift Barn where you can find expertly sourced and truly unique gifts, homewares and other luxury goods.

And if you want something to take home to really remember Cheshire by while adding some luxury to your home, make sure to visit Reclaimed World –Cheshire’s reclamation, salvage and antiques emporium. Here you can find a vast selection of lovingly restored, rare and unique pieces including home décor, garden ware, and antique and vintage collectibles. Hidden treasures abound at Reclaimed World!

Sumptuous Food & Drink

Cheshire has some of the finest and most decadent bars, restaurants and pubs around, and no luxury midweek break would be complete without indulging in some fine food and drink. And it’s not just the bars, restaurants and pubs where you can enjoy Cheshire’s finest food and drink offerings!

There’s a huge range of gourmet restaurants to choose from across the county where you can really indulge. You can enjoy AA Rosette and seasonally inspired dining at Browns at The Mere, a gastronomic extravaganza, featuring carefully selected, locally grown and reared produce from 1851 at Peckforton Castle, contemporary twists on classic favourites (including a rotating bar!) at The Brasserie Bar & Restaurant at Crewe Hall, or relaxed informality with elegance – alongside choice grills – at Carrington Grill at Mottram Hall; just to name a few.

And who could forget about the pubs?! Cheshire’s country inns are second to none, and The Fishpool Inn in scenic Delamere is no exception. In this lovingly-refurbished 18th century building, you will find cosy nooks, welcoming fireplaces and plenty of Cheshire charm.  The interior decoration is inspired by the popular pastimes of the Cheshire countryside, from fishing to polo. The inspired seasonal menu features traditional home comforts, British classics and modern European dishes; and alongside this there’s a vast selection of wines, beers and signature cocktails for you to treat yourself to!

You can experience some quintessentially British (and very indulgent) high noon treats courtesy of Davenports of Cheshire. Specialising in afternoon tea with a choice of over 6 types to choose from and with over 50 loose leaf speciality teas, this is the ultimate afternoon tea experience. Themed with hand painted Alice in Wonderland murals and located less than 2 miles from Lewis Carroll's birthplace in Newton by Daresbury, for all Alice in Wonderland fans, visiting Davenports Tea Room is an absolute must.

With all this elegance, it’s no surprise that Cheshire is seen as one of the most luxurious counties in the UK – and we haven’t even mentioned Chester, the cosmopolitan capital of the UK, so perhaps you can take a look at our Chester itinerary to further luxuriate. By coming midweek, you can benefit from avoiding the crowds as well capitalise on some great savings!  Hopefully you’re fully inspired to book your luxury midweek break in Cheshire and we here at Visit Chester & Cheshire can’t wait to roll out the red carpet for you!

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  1. Carden Park Hotel – Cheshire’s Country Estate

    Chester

    Carden Park Hotel - Cheshire's Country Estate is set in a beautiful 1000 acre estate in Cheshire. Ideal for business or pleasure, Carden Park can cater for all your requirements.

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    Carden Park Hotel truly is Cheshire's Country Estate. Set in a beautiful 1000 acre location in Cheshire, a mile long drive leads you through the championship Nicklaus golf course to the hotel entrance. Ideal for business or pleasure, Carden Park can cater for all your requirements. 

    *Winner of Cheshire’s Wedding Venue of the Year 2018 and England’s Best Golf Hotel at the World Golf Awards 2018*, whether you are planning your big day or seeking the perfect game you can rest assured you have found the perfect venue. The hotel hosts 198 beautiful bedrooms, three areas for dining - including the AA Rosette awarded Redmond’s Restaurant and The Vines, inspired by the on-site vineyard - and two championship golf courses, the Nicklaus and the Cheshire. The four bubble awarded spa is a must-visit for a relaxing stay with facilities including 20 treatment rooms, a 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hyrdotherapy pool and a fully equipped gym. On the grounds are tennis courts, a children’s play area and vineyard. With 18 conference and meeting facilities for between 10 delegates and 400 delegates, all business and event needs can be fulfilled at Carden Park Hotel. The Carden Suite has the latest technology for your perfect event: impress your guests with nine 60 inch plasma screens, 6000 optical fibre light ceiling, BOSE sound system and much more. Carden Park has a fun variety of onsite activities including Archery, Segways, Off-road experience and the KONG aerial ropes course plus much more. Ideal for some team building or family fun! Carden Park has 700 complimentary parking spaces and is in an ideal location. It is just 15 minutes from Chester, 50 minutes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and 55 minutes from Manchester International Airport.

    Contact Details:

    Nr Broxton, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 9DQ

    Tel:

    01829 731000

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  2. Wychwood Park Hotel and Golf Club

    Crewe

    Set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside and surrounded by landscaped gardens, Wychwood Park is a stylish and modern conference venue and hotel.

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    A recently refurbished room at Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe
    Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe has recently been refurbished
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    A recently refurbished room at Wychwood Park Hotel, Crewe
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    Set in the beautiful Cheshire countryside and surrounded by landscaped gardens, Wychwood Park is a stylish and modern conference venue and hotel. Located close to the town of Crewe—with easy access to Junction 16 of the M6, and Crewe train station with its direct rail links to Manchester, Birmingham and London—the hotel is ideally placed for all types of events and leisure breaks.

    Wychwood Park offers an extensive range of light and airy accommodation along with the restaurant, bar, clubhouse, and free Wi-fi throughout. For a scenic golfing challenge, golfers will enjoy the PGA European-tour standard 18-hole golf course.

    The hotel offers 113 bedrooms, along with 25 flexible meeting rooms, including 2 large function suites, all featuring contemporary design and natural light, for up to 400 delegates. Combined with a dedicated in-house events team, Wychwood Park is perfect for Cheshire conferences, weddings, and a range of celebrations.

    Hotel Refurbishment Project

    A £3 million refurbishment project was recently completed, which has seen all 113 bedrooms completely renovated with new fixtures, fittings and furnishings giving rooms a contemporary but comfortable feel for those nights away from home.

    There is also the exciting new addition of the Collection, boasting the Weston Suite, Junior Suite, luxurious Superior Room and kitchenette. A definite jewel in the crown.

    Following on from the bedroom refurbishment the 25 meeting rooms have been given a fresh new look, along with a full refurbishment of the bar, restaurant, reception and lounge area offering stylish surroundings to complement great service and standards.

     

    Contact Details:

    Weston, Crewe, Cheshire, CW2 5GP

    Tel:

    01270 829200

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  3. 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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    Afternoon Tea at Mottram Hall
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    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.

    With a New Champneys Spa/leisure facility opened in 2020, perfect for a relaxing Spa day or stay - Luxury Spa Hotel & Resort in Cheshire | Mottram Hall | Champneys

    Contact Details:

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

    Tel:

    0871 222 4686

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  4. The Mere Golf Resort & Spa

    Knutsford

    Nestled in the heart of the undulating Cheshire countryside, yet only minutes from the motorway, The Mere Golf Resort and Spa offers a tranquil setting for a short break, spa treat, round of golf or family celebration.

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    Nestled in the heart of the undulating Cheshire countryside, yet only minutes from the motorway, The Mere Golf Resort and Spa offers a tranquil setting for a short break, spa treat, round of golf or family celebration.

    Our philosophy is centred on delivering customer excellence, offering an exclusive option for discerning visitors looking for a memorable stay.

    Only upon entering through the serene archway which hints at the grandeur on the other side, does the resort unveil its true magnificence and sense of history

    Bedrooms

    The 81 room hotel is intimate enough to offer exceptional service and anticipate every guests’ need, though spacious and bright. Built in 2012 the plush rooms and 10 suites are furnished in a contemporary style featuring elegant finishing touches and thoughtful amenities, with many benefiting from the breath-taking view over the eponymous lake.

    Championship Golf Course

    The splendid lakeside setting is home to the 18 hole Championship golf course which attracts many of our discerning visitors. It is a challenging course with mature trees and extensive vegetation lining the fairways, however what makes The Mere especially interesting is the practice facilities which comprise a floating golf ball driving range – it is not often you get to enjoy teeing off into a lake. The finale of the golf course with the beautifully appointed green on the lakeside 18th is the favourite hole of many who play here.

    Spa

    The Health Club and Spa provides a perfect escape with facilities such as an outdoor garden studio, 20 metre swimming pool, vitality pool with swan jets, a luxury thermal zone with hammam, aroma steam room, caldarium, salt-inhalation room and sauna. A range of face and body signature treatments and scrubs are delivered by our expert team and there is a Spa Lounge and Bar serving revitalising snacks and juices.

    Meetings and Events

    There are extensive event facilities with a range of flexible suites offering space up for large conferences, product launches, training days, corporate dinners and private receptions. The Mere expertly manages weddings, celebrations and private events and with a member of our dedicated team all options are considered. As we have a lot of space in the main areas, we can be truly versatile and with the fine dining and innovative catering supplied by our premier team of chefs the catering will be a highlight of your event.

    Location

    The Mere is situated 7 miles from Manchester Airport and the nearest railway station is in Knutsford which is 2 miles away from the entrance. The vibrant cities of Manchester and Liverpool are only a short drive and easily accessible from the nearby M6 and M56 motorways.

    The Mere Golf Resort & Spa Recent Awards 

    - 2019 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor 

    - Silver Flag Award (59Club sales and service excellence award) 

    - 5 Bubbles for Customer Service by the Good Spa Guide

     

    Contact Details:

    Chester Road, Mere, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6LJ

    Tel:

    01565 830155

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  5. The Pheasant Inn

    Tattenhall

    Tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, yet sitting high atop the Peckforton Hills, The Pheasant enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views in the area stretching across the Cheshire plain to the Welsh hills.

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    The Pheasant Inn is an award-winning country inn tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire and featuring charming countryside accommodation and an AA Rosette award restaurant. Part of the family-run Nelson Hotels group, this charming inn is the perfect place to get a different view on drinking, dining and unwinding.

    Here you can escape to the countryside whilst staying in reach of the city. Located only 15 minutes from the historic city of Chester and 30 minutes from North Wales, this is the ideal base for exploring the many exciting attractions and great days out that Chester, Cheshire and North Wales have to offer. Plus, the inn is dog-friendly throughout, meaning your four-legged friend need not miss out on the splendour of the countryside.

    The Pheasant Inn sits high atop the Peckforton Hills, meaning it enjoys stunning panoramic views across the Cheshire plain and rolling Welsh hills. The outdoor terrace is the perfect place to enjoy these unparalleled vistas. Within the walls of the 300 year old sandstone building, you’ll find a cosy restaurant interior featuring country chic décor, characterful nooks and welcoming open fires. The inspired seasonal menus marry traditional British gastropub fayre with modern European cuisine, perfectly complemented by local real ales, worldly wines and unique spirits for all tastes.

    Enjoy a rural escape in the utmost comfort, with 12 boutique-style bedrooms which are beautifully furnished and appointed with all the modern conveniences you could need for your stay. 

    Plus, brand new for 2020, experience an unparalleled countryside break at Pennsylvania Cottage, where luxury, convenience and freedom combine within a thoughtfully appointed self-catering property. Overseen with care by the same professional team which manages The Pheasant Inn, you can be assured that expert service and assistance is never far away.

    This newly-refurbished property features 3 beautifully designed bedrooms and sleeps up to 6 guests. You will experience a perfect home away from home, complete with a fully-equipped kitchen, cosy lounge and your own spacious garden and alfresco patio dining area.

     

    Winter Escape Package

    Available: 1st October 2020 until 28th February 2021 

    Price: From £59.50 per person

    Includes: overnight accommodation, dinner (£25 per person allocation towards food and beverage) and full English breakfast. Also use of leisure facilities.

    Terms: Available Sunday-Friday from 1st October 2020 – 28th February 2021, subject to availability. Based on two people sharing a room. Excludes special event dates and bank holidays

    Contact Details:

    Burwardsley, Tattenhall, Cheshire, CH3 9PF

    Tel:

    01829 770434

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  6. The Bear's Paw Inn

    Sandbach

    The Bear’s Paw is a delightful 19th century inn located in the heart of Cheshire. Nestled in the charming village of Warmingham, this charming 5-star property is conveniently placed between the major market towns of Sandbach, Middlewich and Crewe, and easily accessible from the M6.

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    The Bear’s Paw is a delightful 19th century inn located in the heart of Cheshire. Nestled in the charming village of Warmingham, this charming 5-star property is conveniently placed between the major market towns of Sandbach, Middlewich and Crewe, and easily accessible from the M6; making The Bear's Paw the ideal base from which to explore the many delights which Cheshire has to offer.

    The 17 luxurious, boutique-style bedrooms boast exquisite decor and furnishings whilst providing you with total relaxation in comfortable surroundings. All bedrooms are en suite and are appointed with all the modern conveniences you could need for your stay, including free WiFi, smart TVs and media hubs.

    The inn boasts its own AA Rosette awarded restaurant, which takes pride in crafting the finest gastropub fayre using the very best of local, seasonal produce. The inspired daily menus marry traditional British gastropub fayre with modern European cuisine, and can be catered to suit any dietary requirements.

    The bar features six real ales which rotate regularly to feature some of Cheshire’s best micro-breweries, including its very own exclusive beer crafted by Beartown Brewery. The wine list features a fantastic selection of old and new world wines certain to please any palate, whilst the bar is stocked with an enviable selection of gins both local and world-renowned.

    As well as providing first-class accommodation and dining, this charming country inn is also an intimate venue for wedding receptions, brimming with rustic-chic style. If you are seeking a relaxed country space in which to celebrate your love, look no further than this uniquely warm and welcoming restaurant.

    The Bear’s Paw has maintained its traditional Cheshire charm yet with a stylish, contemporary twist. You can expect a warm welcome from the experienced and friendly team at the inn, who are committed to ensuring your stay in the Cheshire countryside is an unforgettable one.

     

    Winter Escape Package

    Available: 1st October 2020 until 28th February 2021 

    Price: From £59.50 per person

    Includes: overnight accommodation, dinner (£25 per person allocation towards food and beverage) and full English breakfast. Also use of leisure facilities.

    Terms: Available Sunday-Friday from 1st October 2020 – 28th February 2021, subject to availability. Based on two people sharing a room. Excludes special event dates and bank holidays

    Contact Details:

    School Lane, Warmingham, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 3QN

    Tel:

    01270 526317

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  7. Forest Holidays Delamere Forest

    Frodsham

    Stay in one of Britain's most beautiful forests, in a secluded location offering a retreat from the everyday.

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    A cabin with a hot tub at Forest Holidays Delamere Forest
    A cabin with a hot tub at Forest Holidays Delamere Forest

    Stay in one of Britain's most beautiful forests, in a secluded location offering a retreat from the everyday.

    There’s loads of places to stay in Cheshire. But only one where you can spend a few nights deep in the heart of Delamere Forest. A Forest Holiday is the chance to step away from the world for a few days, to catch your breath and to relax. Whether it's a weekend break, a four-night midweek stay, a seven-night break, or even longer, you feel the magic of the forest from the moment you arrive. Perfect for a back-to-nature family break, explore and enjoy time with friends or escape for a romantic weekend for two.

    The oasis of broadleaf and evergreen trees spans 972 hectares of wild forest. Here you can choose between cabins bordered by clusters of trees for an off-the-beaten-track feel or cabins with sun-lit views of country fields. In Delamere Forest you’re likely to stumble across restored meres and mosses - grassy wetlands which give Cheshire’s landscape its distinctive character.

    Reconnect in a Forest Holidays cabin with peaceful forest views, an outdoor hot tub and all the extras you need to personalise your stay. You can also book adventure activities, see the forest by segway or meet owls on a nature-led experience the whole family will love. Venture out into the local area and find your own family favourites and hidden gems. Because the forest is more than just a place it’s endless possibilities.

    Sleep under the stars in Delamere Forest in a cosy cabin that feels like home.

     

    Contact Details:

    Ashton Road, Frodsham, Cheshire, WA6 6US

    Tel:

    03330 110 495

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  8. Tatton Park

    Knutsford

    Tatton Park’s ancient Parkland is just waiting to be explored.


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    Daffodils in the Parkland at Tatton Park
    Blossoming trees in the parkland at Tatton Park
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    Mansion from the Italian Gardens at Tatton Park
    Japanese Gardens at Tatton Park
    Daffodils in the Parkland at Tatton Park
    Blossoming trees in the parkland at Tatton Park
    Landscape of Deer
    Mansion from the Italian Gardens at Tatton Park
    Japanese Gardens at Tatton Park

    **#1 National Trust Garden in the UK 2020**

    Tatton Park’s ancient Parkland is just waiting to be explored.

    This beautiful corner of Cheshire has been home to deer herds since 1290 and they wander as freely as visitors throughout the year. The 50-acre Garden is one of the most picturesque and varied in England, with ever-changing seasonal views across the world-renowned Japanese Garden, Walled Kitchen Gardens and Arboretum, plus the historic glasshouses, maze and topiary.

    The 18th century Mansion displays treasured collections of the well-travelled Egerton family including a recently-discovered portrait by renaissance artist Francesco Salviati. The amazingly-complete Servants’ Quarters provide a fascinating insight into life ‘downstairs’ for 18th century servants in a grand house.

    And a family favourite is the working rare breed Farm, where you can step back in time as its ‘field to fork’ story brings to life bygone farm characters, rare breed animals and seasonal demonstrations. Don’t forget to say hello to the pigs, sheep, donkeys, chickens, horses and goats! Tatton Park hosts a huge programme of events throughout the year.

    Visit www.tattonpark.org.uk for details

    Contact Details:

    Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN

    Tel:

    01625 374400

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  9. Tabley House

    Knutsford

    A fine Palladian house designed by John Carr of York, built in 1761 for the Leicester family, who lived at Tabley for 700 years.

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    Exterior of Tabley House
    Exterior of Tabley House

    A fine Palladian house designed by John Carr of York, built in 1761 for the Leicester family, who lived at Tabley for 700 years. The 1st collection of English paintings ever made hang in the rooms for which they were created. Artists represented include Lely, Turner, Lawrence and other English masters. Furniture by Gillow, Bullock and Chippendale. Includes a 17th century chapel which was moved from an island in 1927 due to brine pumping and re-erected adjacent to the house. A TV and film location for various productions, most recent credits include Peaky Blinders, The Black Prince, Antiques Roadtrip, The Forsyth Saga and Flog it!

    Also available for weddings and civil partnerships and corporate hire. The collection is fully accessible via separate entrance and lift for those with mobility impairment.

    Contact Details:

    Tabley, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 0HB

    Tel:

    01565 750151

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  10. Lyme (NT)

    Disley, Stockport

    Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park. Nestling on the edge of the Peak District, Lyme Park was once a great sporting estate and home of the Legh family for over 500 years.

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    © National Trust Images - Lyme Gardens
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    © National Trust Images - Lyme Gardens
    © National Trust Images - Lyme in Autumn
    The stunning historic house at Lyme
    Tulips in bloom at Lyme

    Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park Nestling on the edge of the Peak District, Lyme Park was once a great sporting estate and home of the Legh family for over 500 years. The house is renowned for its elegant interiors and beautiful gardens, against a backdrop of sweeping moorland with extensive views across Manchester and the Cheshire Plain. In 2020, it hosts an exhibition uncovering the history of the Lyme Missal, the most important printed book in the National Trust’s collection. The 1,400 acre estate with its medieval herd of red deer is a paradise for bird-watchers and wildlife spotters, and hosts regular guided walks and running events. For a more tranquil stroll, explore the Edwardian rose garden, ravine garden or orangery next to the reflecting lake where a certain Mr Darcy met Miss Bennett in the BBC production of 'Pride and Prejudice'.

    There's plenty of room for little ones to let off steam, whilst the Timber Yard Cafe offers hot and cold snacks, soups, and a range of cakes.

    Visit the Ale Cellar for a selection of hot meals made with local produce or book into the Salting Room for a luxury afternoon tea. 

     

    Contact Details:

    National Trust, Disley, Stockport, Cheshire, SK12 2NX

    Tel:

    01663 762023

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  11. Ness Botanic Gardens

    Neston

    Ness is located on the Wirral, with fantastic views across the River Dee to North Wales. They were originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley. He was passionate about plants, especially new plants being introduced to European gardens from China, Tibet and Nepal.  

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    Summer at Ness Botanic Gardens
    Ness Botanic Gardens originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley.
    Ness Botanic Gardens - Outstanding award-winning botanic gardens
    Stunning gardens to explore at Ness Botanic Gardens
    Ness Botanic Gardens contains the finest collection of rhododendron and azaleas in the north west.
    Summer at Ness Botanic Gardens
    Ness Botanic Gardens originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley.
    Ness Botanic Gardens - Outstanding award-winning botanic gardens
    Stunning gardens to explore at Ness Botanic Gardens
    Ness Botanic Gardens contains the finest collection of rhododendron and azaleas in the north west.

    Ness is located on the Wirral, with fantastic views across the River Dee to North Wales. They were originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley. He was passionate about plants, especially new plants being introduced to European gardens from China, Tibet and Nepal.  

    Bulley outgrew his original garden by persuading diplomats and other travellers to send him back seeds of interesting plants.  In 1898, he bought the land that makes up Ness, to build a new family home and larger garden.

    He went on to sponsor many plant hunting expeditions and established Bees Nursery, so he could share these new introductions with gardeners across the country.  Bees became a household name through its cheap packets of seeds, sold for decades at Woolworth's. After his death in 1942, Bulley's daughter Lois presented Ness to the University of Liverpool with an endowment of £75,000. 

    Since then, original areas like the Rock Garden have been reinvigorated and new areas such as the Water Gardens and Mediterranean Banks developed by our talented team of staff and volunteers. The gardens are also used by the University for research from plant science through to archaeology. This compliments our education programme for schools and adults using the incredible plants and landscape of the gardens. 

    Today, Ness Botanic Gardens offers something to visitors of all ages, regardless of which season they visit in. They run an events programme packed with family activities from star gazing to trails and crafts. The gardens are also a popular venue for weddings.

    Our garden calendar begins with snowdrop displays in February and continues into spring with camellias, rhododendrons and magnolias. From early summer, the Victorian style vegetable garden – the Potager and 100 metres of herbaceous borders burst into life. Then there are the 4 hectares of wild flower meadows to enjoy that form the centre piece of the WilderNess project which brings wildlife to your doorstep with over 600 species of birds, mammals, bees, butterflies and other insects.  Autumn brings fabulous shows of berries and colour from the garden’s varied collections of trees including a National Collection of Sorbus (rowans and whitebeams), and beautiful bark and foliage of birches and maples.

    We look forward to seeing you soon, or to quote Arthur Kilpin Bulley; "Welcome friend and welcome stranger, welcome one and welcome all".

    Enjoy a delicious range of hot food, sandwiches, homemade cakes and coffees at The Garden Kitchen Cafe. 

     

    Contact Details:

    Neston Road, Ness, Neston, Cheshire, CH64 4AY

    Tel:

    0151 795 6300

    Website

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  12. Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet

    Ellesmere Port

    Trendsetters, foodies, social butterflies, it’s time to make some noise for the new and improved McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks. So what’s the latest? Well, MORE.

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    Cath Kidston at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    Kate Spade at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    25 new designer and premium brands at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    Burberry at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    The new and improved McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks
    Cath Kidston at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    Kate Spade at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    25 new designer and premium brands at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    Burberry at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet
    The new and improved McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks

    Trendsetters, foodies, social butterflies, it’s time to make some noise for the new and improved McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks. So what’s the latest? Well, MORE. There are more stores, more choice and much more to discover. The 40,000 square foot extension hosts 25 new designer and premium brands for your perusal. Not to mention, they’ve made your day out even easier with 300 new parking spaces. It doesn’t stop there. The new facilities also include an expanded community space. They can’t wait to welcome you. 

    Fashion lovers, rejoice! They’ve upped their stylish offering at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Cheshire Oaks by another 25 new designer and premium brands. Pay tribute to the late iconic designer at the Karl Lagerfeld store. Get a taste for Italian luxury at Furla or stock up on signature underwear and more at Calvin Klein. Check out Mint Velvet, must-have footwear at Dune, Tommy Hilfiger’s jeans, Kate Spade, and elevated basics at Police too. And if all that wasn’t enough, the coolest high-end streetwear awaits for you at Diesel.

    Stay connected and fully charged with complimentary wi-fi and portable phone chargers, plus if you’re shopping in a group of 10 or more, receive a Fashion Passport from Guest Services and save an additional 10% off outlet prices at many of the stores.

     

    Contact Details:

    Kinsey Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 9JJ

    Tel:

    0151 348 5600

    Website

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  13. The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth

    Tarporley

    *Current GOLD AWARD holders of Taste Cheshire’s Local Produce Shop of the Year!* 
    Welcome to The Hollies; more than just a farm shop.

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    *Current GOLD AWARD holders of Taste Cheshire’s Local Produce Shop of the Year!* 

    Welcome to The Hollies; more than just a farm shop. A family business since 1959, The Hollies began as a vegetable stand on the side of the road selling homegrown produce with an honesty box. Over 50 years later, The Hollies Farm Shop has grown to become a destination and one of the best Farm Shops in the North West.  

    4 generations in the making, the family’s heritage lies in farming and their passion for sourcing great food and providing the best customer service is shown throughout every part of their business. 

    The award-winning Little Budworth site now incorporates a butchery, a delicatessen, a fresh fish counter, The Barn home & gift department, a The Hollies Takeaway with al fresco dining, a greenhouse selling seasonal plants and 5 luxury forest lodges for the perfect staycation. 

    With more than 70 local suppliers, The Hollies Farm Shop stocks some of the best products that Cheshire has to offer, complimented by the best food from other regions and abroad. From Mrs Darlington’s jams and Clotton Hall Dairy Clotted Cream to Weetwood Ales and Three Wrens Gin, The Hollies offers a great Taste of Cheshire!  

    Contact Details:

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

    Tel:

    01829 760414

    Website

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  14. Reclaimed World

    Little Budworth

    The friendly Reclaimed World team are a fantastic bunch with an enormous combined wealth of knowledge, and a real passion for antiques and reclamation. Stock is constantly changing so every visit is a new adventure!

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    Reclaimed World is a unique reclamation, salvage and antiques emporium, based in Little Budworth, in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside, where a warm welcome and a wealth of fascinating treasures await you.

    The skilled team at Reclaimed World take great pride in their dedication to saving English architectural treasures, which they carefully salvage from historic buildings which are being demolished.

    This immaculately presented three acre site is without a doubt a salvage yard with a difference! Large indoor showrooms are home to carefully thought out room settings which change on a regular basis, full of unusual treasures including furniture, lighting, mirrors, ceramics and decorative items. The ‘Man Cave’ is bursting with unique mantiques perfect for furnishing your grown-up den, whilst the pretty-as-a-picture ‘Lady Shed’ sparkles with gorgeous gifts and home décor to delight and excite. With a huge range of antiques, vintage collectables and quirky items that stand out from the rest, there really is something for everyone at Reclaimed World.

    Outside, you’ll find a great selection of fountains, furniture, planters, sculptures and finishing touches for the garden, as well as a huge choice of reclaimed stone, brick, troughs, slate, iron work, stained glass, wooden beams and flooring. Visitors are encouraged to relax and soak up the sun in the lovely garden areas.

    The friendly Reclaimed World team are a fantastic bunch with an enormous combined wealth of knowledge, and a real passion for antiques and reclamation. Stock is constantly changing so every visit is a new adventure!

    Contact Details:

    Reclaimed World, Tarporley Road, Little Budworth, Cheshire, CW6 9ES

    Tel:

    01829 760 288

    Website

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  15. Browns at The Mere

    Knutsford

    Browns at The Mere sits at the heart of The Mere Golf Resort & Spa. A haven of a hideaway nestled by the Mere Lake and surrounded by the stunning Cheshire countryside.

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    Named after Max Brown, legendary at The Mere for his magnetic charm and innate passion for exemplary service.
    Enjoy a delicious cocktail, before or after your meal at Browns at The Mere
    Sophisticated and relaxed dining at Browns Bar  at the Mere
    At Browns the food does the talking
    Named after Max Brown, legendary at The Mere for his magnetic charm and innate passion for exemplary service.
    Enjoy a delicious cocktail, before or after your meal at Browns at The Mere
    Sophisticated and relaxed dining at Browns Bar  at the Mere
    At Browns the food does the talking

    Browns at The Mere sits at the heart of The Mere Golf Resort & Spa. A haven of a hideaway nestled by the Mere Lake and surrounded by the stunning Cheshire countryside. Named after Max Brown, who became legendary at The Mere for his magnetic charm and innate passion for exemplary service, his spirit is echoed in the food, the service standards and the highly memorable guest experience. Whether you’re dining for pleasure or business, an indulgent family feast or a cosy evening for two, Browns offers a warm welcome, a luxury experience and a passion for fine dining. The atmosphere is one of calm, serenity, luxury on the eye and indulgence on the taste buds. At Browns the food does the talking. With two AA rosettes, their "Nature to plate” philosophy ensures they use only the freshest seasonal ingredients, simply prepared and without too much fuss. Dishes look refined, and the flavours are instantly recognisable. Their passion for fresh ingredients means they consistently strive to support local Cheshire suppliers. They’ve also created their very own orchard bearing fruits, trees, nuts and berries, plus resident bee hives are busy making honey for the summer. Sophisticated and relaxed, Browns Bar offers a modestly lit lounge area to enjoy a delicious cocktail, before or after your meal.

    Contact Details:

    The Mere Golf Resort & Spa, Chester Road, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6LJ

    Tel:

    01565 830155

    Website

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  16. 1851 Restaurant at Peckforton Castle

    Peckforton

    Peckforton Castle's 1851 Restaurant, holder of 3 AA Rosettes, offers a very special dining experience.

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    Fine dining at the 1851 Restaurant, Peckforton Castle
    Fine dining at the 1851 Restaurant, Peckforton Castle

    Peckforton Castle's 1851 Restaurant offers a very special dining experience.

    Exquisite Menus - As holder of 3 AA Rosettes and a Taste Cheshire Award, the 1851 restaurant treats diners and guests of the Castle to a gastronomic extravaganza, featuring carefully selected, locally grown and reared produce, all hand picked by the Head Chef Mark Ellis to best reflect the season and the region.

    Glamorous Atmosphere - The deep, plush carpets, tasteful decor and tables adorned with crisp linen and beautiful tableware - all against the magnificent backdrop of Peckforton Castle's impressive architecture - add a welcome touch of magic and glamour to every meal, making every dining experience a very special occasion.

    Contact Details:

    Peckforton Castle, Stone House Lane, Peckforton, Cheshire, CW6 9TN

    Tel:

    01829 260930

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  17. The Brasserie Bar & Restaurant at Crewe Hall Hotel

    Crewe

    Crewe Hall's Brasserie is a stunning contemporary bar and restaurant and a fantastic place to meet with friends and colleagues. What's more you can also book online!

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    Brasserie at Vrewe Hall is a stunning contemporary bar and restaurant
    Brasserie at Vrewe Hall is a fantastic place to meet with friends and colleagues
    Brasserie at Vrewe Hall is a stunning contemporary bar and restaurant
    Brasserie at Vrewe Hall is a fantastic place to meet with friends and colleagues

    Crewe Hall's Brasserie is a stunning contemporary bar and restaurant and a fantastic place to meet with friends and colleagues. What's more you can also book online!

    The menu, like to surroundings, has a contemporary twist on classic favourites.

    In keeping with the wow factor of Crewe Hall the Brasserie also has a rotating bar!

    Contact Details:

    Weston Road, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 6UZ

    Tel:

    01270 253333

    Website

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  18. Carrington Grill and Claret Jug at Mottram Hall

    Prestbury

    Sitting at the heart of Mottram Hall, our recently awarded AA Rosette Carrington Grill combines relaxed informality with elegance and style.

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    New Bar at Mottram Hall
    Afternoon Tea at Mottram Hall
    Carrington Grill at Mottram Hall
    New Bar at Mottram Hall
    Afternoon Tea at Mottram Hall

    Sitting at the heart of Mottram Hall, the recently awarded AA Rosette Carrington Grill combines relaxed informality with elegance and style. The grill is warm and inviting - the perfect place to entertain, do business, celebrate or relax with friends and family. Simple, distinctive and generous, the menu celebrates the best seasonal, local produce with an emphasis on high quality cuts from the grill. Private dining is also available.

    The Claret Jug warm, informal atmosphere is perfect for relaxing, whether a golfer or not. On offer all day long, are a range of light bites, hearty classics and must-try local dishes. Come the evening, it transforms into a first-class bistro with a menu and wine list to match.

    Contact Details:

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

    Tel:

    01625 828 135

    Website

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  19. The Fishpool Inn

    Delamere

    **Pub of the Year Award Winner 2019** Idyllically positioned on the edge of the enchanting Delamere forest, the award winning Fishpool Inn is a cosy, characterful inn dating back to the 18th century.

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    The Fishpool Inn
    The Fishpool Inn
    The Fishpool Inn
    The Fishpool Inn
    The Fishpool Inn
    The Fishpool Inn

    **Pub of the Year Award Winner 2019**

    The Fishpool Inn is idyllically positioned on the edge of the enchanting Delamere Forest in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. Within the walls of the lovingly-refurbished 18th century building, you will find cosy nooks, welcoming fireplaces and plenty of Cheshire charm.  The interior decoration is inspired by the popular pastimes of the Cheshire countryside, from fishing to polo. There is even a section dedicated to dog-friendly dining, where your four-legged friend is as welcome to drink, dine and unwind as you are!

    The inspired seasonal menu features traditional home comforts, British classics and modern European dishes. Our talented kitchen team pride themselves on delivering freshly prepared fayre using locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients that represent the very best of gastropub dining. From all-day dining to our delicious take on Afternoon Tea, you will find a new favourite on the diverse range of menus available.

    You will also find a diverse selection of real ales provided by local favourites Weetwood Ales, as well as guest beers from local some of the area’s finest micro-breweries. An extensive wine list boasts old and new world wines for every palate, whilst the cracking cocktail menu features popular classics, mocktails and gin twists.

    The outdoor terrace with its picturesque beer garden and views upon the nearby Delamere Forest is the perfect spot for an al fresco lunch or tipple. The Fishpool Inn is more than just a pub; whether you come along to drink or dine, look forward to a warm welcome, great quality food and a unique and ambient surrounding.

    Contact Details:

    Fishpool Road, Delamere, Cheshire, CW8 2HP

    Tel:

    01606 883277

    Website

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  20. Davenports Tea Room

    Bartington, Northwich

    Step back in time to this quintessential English Tea Room, specialising in afternoon tea with a choice of over 6 and with over 50 loose leaf speciality teas this is the ultimate afternoon tea experience.

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    Davenports Tea Room is an award winning tea room that serves breakfast and light lunches
    The award winning tea room, Davenports Tea Room can cater fun parties and celebrate birthdays.
    Great views to the river at Davenports Tea Room
    Davenports Tea Room is an award winning tea room that serves breakfast and light lunches
    The award winning tea room, Davenports Tea Room can cater fun parties and celebrate birthdays.
    Great views to the river at Davenports Tea Room

    *Winner of Best Traditional Tea Room - Cheshire in the LUX Life Magaze Awards 2020*

    Step back in time to this quintessential English Tea Room, specialising in afternoon tea with a choice of over 6 and with over 50 loose leaf speciality teas this is the ultimate afternoon tea experience.  Traditional, Combination (includes more savoury), Full Savoury, Celebration with Prosecco or Champagne, Tea Tasters and special events such as Mad Hatters Tea Party, Victorian Christmas or even a private Afternoon Tea Cruise on board our own Vintage narrow boat means that many of our customers are back for more. 

    Themed with hand painted Alice in Wonderland murals and located less than 2 miles from Lewis Carroll's birthplace in Newton by Daresbury, for all Alice in Wonderland fans, visiting Davenports Tea Room is an absolute must.

    Whether celebrating a birthday, anniversary or just meeting with friends or relatives, Davenports Tea Room can cater from 1 to 55, including hen parties and baby showers.

    Don’t just take our word for it…Scottish Dream Tours, an exclusive tour company from America has been visiting us for a number of years now and names us as “one of my most favourite places in all of the UK for afternoon tea”.  No wonder this is a multi-award winning destination. 

    Afternoon Teas should be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

    Contact Details:

    Bridge Farm, Warrington Road, Bartington, Northwich, Cheshire, CW8 4QU

    Tel:

    07733385342

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Itinerary Distances

FromToDistance * (metric)
Carden Park Hotel – Cheshire’s Country Estate (53.07392,-2.80774)Wychwood Park Hotel and Golf Club (53.04931,-2.39376)25.05
Wychwood Park Hotel and Golf Club (53.04931,-2.39376)Mottram Hall Hotel (53.30781,-2.18304)28.83
Mottram Hall Hotel (53.30781,-2.18304)The Mere Golf Resort & Spa (53.33215,-2.40548)13.54
The Mere Golf Resort & Spa (53.33215,-2.40548)The Pheasant Inn (53.1041,-2.71376)29.4
The Pheasant Inn (53.1041,-2.71376)The Bear's Paw Inn (53.14804,-2.43653)17.24
The Bear's Paw Inn (53.14804,-2.43653)Forest Holidays Delamere Forest (53.24995,-2.70194)18.92
Forest Holidays Delamere Forest (53.24995,-2.70194)Tatton Park (53.33615,-2.38866)20.66
Tatton Park (53.33615,-2.38866)Tabley House (53.29554,-2.41403)4.34
Tabley House (53.29554,-2.41403)Lyme (NT) (53.33817,-2.05509)21.91
Lyme (NT) (53.33817,-2.05509)Ness Botanic Gardens (53.27336,-3.04267)59.49
Ness Botanic Gardens (53.27336,-3.04267)Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet (53.26362,-2.88124)9.72
Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet (53.26362,-2.88124)The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth (53.20382,-2.62723)16.37
The Hollies Farm Shop - Little Budworth (53.20382,-2.62723)Reclaimed World (53.20169,-2.62874)0.23
Reclaimed World (53.20169,-2.62874)Browns at The Mere (53.33215,-2.40548)18.71
Browns at The Mere (53.33215,-2.40548)1851 Restaurant at Peckforton Castle (53.14663,-2.64566)23.52
1851 Restaurant at Peckforton Castle (53.14663,-2.64566)The Brasserie Bar & Restaurant at Crewe Hall Hotel (53.08255,-2.40153)16.03
The Brasserie Bar & Restaurant at Crewe Hall Hotel (53.08255,-2.40153)Carrington Grill and Claret Jug at Mottram Hall (53.30781,-2.18304)26.11
Carrington Grill and Claret Jug at Mottram Hall (53.30781,-2.18304)The Fishpool Inn (53.19892,-2.64825)29.95
The Fishpool Inn (53.19892,-2.64825)Davenports Tea Room (53.28397,-2.59841)9.03
Total Distance *388.94 miles
Estimated Journey Time12.52 hours

* Approximate distance by road

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