Holiday cottages in Cheshire

Known for its idyllic countryside, Cheshire offers a tapestry of rolling hills, lush green valleys, and charming villages that invite leisurely walks and outdoor adventures. History buffs will be enthralled by Cheshire's historic gems, including the awe-inspiring Chester Cathedral, the medieval marvel of Beeston Castle, and the quintessential Tudor-style villages like Nantwich and Chester's Rows. Cheshire also boasts a thriving arts scene, with numerous galleries and theatres showcasing local and international talent. Food lovers will relish in the county's culinary offerings, from traditional cream teas to fine dining experiences. The region is famous for its Cheshire cheese and locally sourced produce. Tempted? Then search our collection of holiday cottages in Cheshire for a break from the ordinary.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Cheshire

This beautiful county in England has a rich history and plenty of attractions to explore. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Cheshire:

  1. Chester: A historic city with Roman roots, Chester offers a delightful blend of ancient architecture, charming streets, and modern amenities. Don't miss the Chester Cathedral, the Rows (medieval shopping galleries), and the well-preserved city walls. Take a stroll along the River Dee or enjoy a boat trip to soak in the scenic views.

  2. Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet: For shopping enthusiasts, Cheshire Oaks is a must-visit destination. It's one of the largest designer outlets in the UK, offering a wide range of high-end brands at discounted prices. Enjoy a day of retail therapy and grab some great deals on fashion, homeware, and more.

  3. Jodrell Bank Observatory: Science and astronomy enthusiasts will love visiting Jodrell Bank, a world-renowned radio telescope observatory. Learn about space exploration, radio astronomy, and the history of the observatory. The iconic Lovell Telescope is a highlight and makes for impressive photo opportunities.

  4. Tatton Park: This grand estate boasts stunning gardens, a neoclassical mansion, and a deer park. Explore the opulent interiors of Tatton Park Mansion and take leisurely walks through the beautiful gardens, which include a Japanese garden, a walled kitchen garden, and a maze.

  5. Beeston Castle and Woodland Park: Located atop a rocky hill, Beeston Castle offers fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Discover the medieval ruins, climb the hill, and enjoy a picnic in the Woodland Park. It's an excellent spot for history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

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