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STAY WITH A RESTAURANT • Best Western Manor House Hotel (p50)

• Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa (p46)

• Crewe Hall Hotel (p47) • The Lymm Hotel (p55) • Mere Court Hotel (p56) • Peckforton Castle (p47) • The Red Lion (p56)


• Ashgrove House Country House Retreat (p58)

• Best Western Forest Hills Hotel (p49) • Best Western Llyndir Hall Hotel (p53)

• Common Barn Farm B&B & Self- Catering (p58)

• Combermere Abbey (p58) • Cranage Hall (p51) • Higher Huxley Hall (p52)

• Lower House Farm Holiday Cottages (p59)

• Manor Farm B&B (p55) • Mere Court Hotel (p56) • The Pheasant Inn (p57) • Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa (p49) • Stables Cottage (p59)

STAY IN A CASTLE Peckforton Castle (p47)

STAY WITH A SPA • Best Western Llyndir Hall Hotel (p53)

• Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa (p46)

• Crewe Hall Hotel (p47) • Cottons Hotel & Spa (p51) • De Vere Mottram Hall Hotel (p47)

• De Vere Venues Wychwood Park (p51)

• Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa (p48) • Macdonald Portal, Golf and Spa (p55) • The Mere Golf Resort & Spa (p48) • Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa (p49)


• Manor Farm B&B and Holiday Cottages (p55)

STAY IN A COTTAGE • Inglenook Cottage (p58) • Jasmine Cottage (p59) • Kingswood Coach House (p59) • Manor Farm Holiday Cottage (p59) • Stables Cottage (p59)

STAY AT AN INN • The Bear’s Paw (p49) • The Farndon (p52) • The Pheasant Inn (p57)


• The Ridgeway Country Holiday Park (p59)

You’ll find an even greater choice of visitor accommodation across the area with the launch of new self-catering accommodation at Granary Boutique near Oulton Park, and a luxury 4 star lodge at Hill House Farm near Tarporley.

The Country Lodge features 3 double/twin en suite bedrooms sleeping 6 people in sumptuous self-catering.

All the bedrooms have Freeview television, hairdryers and access into the private garden and patio area surrounding the lodge with panoramic views of Cheshire countryside.

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A short distance away is Manor Wood Camping & Caravan Parkwith new environmentally friendly shower and toilet blocks.

New path ways have also been provided to create a country park look for the site, which has also been extensively landscaped.

They lead to the new dipping pond where 12 new touring pitches have been created offering lovely views of the Welsh mountains.

Each has a water and electric hook up with hard standing area for both the caravan and awning, and space behind them for additional tents if required.

The new static caravan pitch area is located in a quiet position at the rear of the site, with amazing views.

The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe Investing in rural areas

This project is supported by the Rural Development Programme for England, for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.

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You’ll also find substantially up-graded facilities for caravans in the grounds of magnificent stately home, Capesthorne Hall near Macclesfield following a major make-over.

This picturesque and tranquil site has 50 pitches all with electric hook up (30 of which have hard standing) alongside idyllic woodland walks and formal lakeside gardens, making it a wonderful place to relax and get away from it all.

Capesthorne Hall is situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park, close to Alderley Edge which is shrouded by legends and history.

The market towns of Congleton, Macclesfield and Knutsford are only a short distance away, as are local attractions such as Jodrell Bank and Tatton Park, where RDPE has helped to establish its Biennial, a celebration of art and culture as well as strengthened the appeal of the North West Food Lovers Fairwith the creation of a children’s cooking competition.

Cheshire’s events and festivals have been helped to develop with RDPE funding too including Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival, Lymm Festival and Nantwich International Cheese Show.

Attractions have benefitted from RDPE as well including the new Vale Royal Falconry at Weaverham run by experienced and dedicated professional falconers with a passion for birds of prey, conservation and education.

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Equally delightful is the Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre where gentle equine giants entertain visitors all year.

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What’s New in Cheshire

Cheshire will always be a timeless classic with unspoilt vistas of breath-taking beauty, but it is changing all the while - and getting even better year on year.

We look at a host of new developments that mean an even more enjoyable stay for visitors in 2013 with a bit of help from RDPE funding.

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