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The North-west County of Cheshire boasts some of Englands most scenic countryside and with its history dating back over 4000 years there is plenty to discover on your visit. Take a pleasure Boat ride along the River Dee, relax and enjoy the view in one of its many attractive gardens, or take a stroll through one of the interesting Towns or Villages such as Knutsford, known for its black and white timber clad houses. Notable attractions in Cheshire are Chester Cathedral, the Toy and Doll
Museum and Tatton Park to name but a few.
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View from Stormy Point, Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Alderley Edge

Alderley Edge is a popular tourist spot in the county of Cheshire, consisting of a prominent 'edge' or sandstone ridge which is popular with walkers and offers stunning views. You.....

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A picture of Audlem

Audlem

A walk around the village reveals pleasant black and white timber framed properties, delightful cottages, and buildings of the Victorian era when the canal system and railways came to the area...

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River Dee weir

Chester

Chester, the county town of Cheshire, is one of the oldest and most complete walled cities with fantastic architecture and history...

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Oakhanger Mere,

Crewe

Crewe has always been associated with its great railway junction, and it is from this point in the "hey-day" of rail travel that Crew began to prosper...

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River Weaver near Frodsham Bridge

Frodsham

In the medieval times Frodsham was an important port and borough belonging to the earls of Chester...

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Summit of Helsby hill looking over River Mersey towards Liverpool.

Helsby

Helsby is famous for Helsby Hill which rises to a height of 462ft, and has traces of an Iron-Age camp...

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Ye Olde Black Bear, Sandbach

Sandbach

Sandbach is a market town in Cheshire..

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A picture of Quarry Bank Mill & Styal Estate

Styal

The village of Styal stands on the River Bollin close to the town of Wilmslow. It is renowned for Quarry Bank Mill and the surrounding Styal Estate with houses once occupied by the mill workers...

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Beeston Castle in Tarporley, Cheshire.

Tarporley

Attractive large village which developed as a coaching stop on the main London to Liverpool road during the 17th and 18th-centuries...

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Warrington Centre

Warrington

This town can claim to have something made for Queen Victoria, which was famously rejected by her - this is the pair of Golden Gates made in 1850 for Sandringham House...

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Arley Hall driveway, Northwich, Cheshire.

Arley Hall

Arley Hall featured recently in the BBC's religious programme Songs of Praise. It's illustrious owner, Lord Ashbrook was seen.....

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Views across eight counties can be enjoyed from the thirteenth century Beeston Castle.

Beeston Castle

Set on a lonely hillside along the run of the Peckforton Hills, lie the ruins of Beeston Castle. It was built in the.....

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Part of the Amphitheatre and Bath House area within the city of Chester.

Chester Roman Amphitheatre

It is almost impossible to list the magnificent Roman treasures this town possesses. Its extraordinary Roman Amphitheatre is but.....

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Cholmondeley Castle from across the Lake

Cholmondeley Castle

The village of Cholmondeley is famous for its fascinating, romantic castle, built in 1801 in the Gothic style. Built as the seat.....

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Ellesmere Port Boat Museum

Ellesmere Port Boat Museum

At The Boat Museum in Ellesmere Port we bring Britain's canal history back to life. Come and explore the exhibitions in the.....

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Lyme Park, Cheshire

Lyme Park

Set amidst the grandeur of the high Peaks amongst softly rolling countryside of undisputed splendour is the magnificent house.....

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Roman Gardens, Chester

Roman Gardens

The Roman Garden, thus called is a somewhat misleading name. It was certainly not here in Roman times, but is a left-over from.....

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Tegg's Nose Country Park, Cheshire. View from the cobbled path down from the Country Park Car Park

Tegg's Nose Country Park

Tegg's Nose Country Park comprises mainly of wild untamed countryside high above Macclesfield. It offers nature lovers many.....

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