Just a few minutes out of the bustling city of Chester, you reach the serene Cheshire countryside. Situated along the English border to north Wales, the combination of the beautiful Welsh hills along with the traditional British countryside creates impressive scenery that holds some of the country’s finest attractions.
A visit to this impressive county is not complete without experiencing Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction and the region’s top stately homes such as Arley Hall and Gardens
The great Cheshire waterways are not to be missed, running straight through Chester, the canal network was a fundamental way of transporting goods during the Industrial Revolution. Explore the Anderton Boat Lift
and National Waterways Museum
to discover how it came to be anglers and holiday makers that populate the waters nowadays.
For family breaks, tire out the little ones by discovering Chester Zoo
, swimming with sharks at Blue Planet Aquarium
, Going Ape
at Delamere Forest
, and shooting for the stars at Jodrell Bank Observatory
Once you’ve experienced the natural beauty of Cheshire, why not explore England’s largest designer outlet, Cheshire Oaks
? Whether you’re seeking to dress to impress for your return to Chester
or walking boots for your day in Cheshire, Cheshire Oaks has it all.