Guidebook for Cheshire

Yvonne & Nige
Yvonne & Nige
Guidebook for Cheshire

Food Scene

The staff are really friendly
Il Borgo Antico
62-66 Park Ln
The staff are really friendly
Really good reputation and excellent food
6 místní doporučují
Tom Yam
6 místní doporučují
Really good reputation and excellent food
The food is great. Excellent VFM. The staff are spot on
Appayon Indian Restaurant
2 Chester Rd
The food is great. Excellent VFM. The staff are spot on
Family atmosphere good food and service
Ciao Restaurant
13-15 Park Ln
Family atmosphere good food and service

Drinks & Nightlife

Real beer and I smashing atmosphere
The Cask Tavern
42 Park Ln
Real beer and I smashing atmosphere
Live music and a great bar
7 místní doporučují
The Acoustic Lounge
94-98 Park Ln
7 místní doporučují
Live music and a great bar

Parks & Nature

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lyme The location for many film and TV favorites. Something for everyone in the family from walks, runs, woodland and play areas.
54 místní doporučují
National Trust - Lyme
54 místní doporučují
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lyme The location for many film and TV favorites. Something for everyone in the family from walks, runs, woodland and play areas.
Historic Styal Mill including beautiful walks in the woods
15 místní doporučují
Quarry Bank
15 místní doporučují
Historic Styal Mill including beautiful walks in the woods
A lovely canal walk and admire the boats. Access to Lyme park
Victoria Pit Moorings
A lovely canal walk and admire the boats. Access to Lyme park

Sightseeing

Bramall Hall is a superb example of a Tudor Manor House with a thousand years of history, it is one of the most beautiful treasures of England and is of great national importance. The first marriage recorded at Bramall Hall took place on 30th October 1599. William Davenport, the heir to Bramall, was married at the age of 15 to Frances Wilbraham of Woodhey who was just 11 years old!
Bramall Hall
Bramall Hall is a superb example of a Tudor Manor House with a thousand years of history, it is one of the most beautiful treasures of England and is of great national importance. The first marriage recorded at Bramall Hall took place on 30th October 1599. William Davenport, the heir to Bramall, was married at the age of 15 to Frances Wilbraham of Woodhey who was just 11 years old!