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South East Cheshire, Cheshire, England


A Historic Tour of South East Cheshire

A Historic Tour of South East Cheshire

South East Cheshire

Discover South East Cheshire

Roman Middlewich to Saxon Sandbach, South East Cheshire is steeped in history, enabling you to experience true culture and finely preserved heritage, explore our bustling market towns and quaint rural villages.An exciting combination of culture, heritage and rural tranquillity make South East Cheshire a tempting place to unwind, relax and become absorbed in your surroundings. For those who like the crisp, clean air of the outdoors South East Cheshire lies on the border of the Peak District National Park and the Staffordshire Moorlands, offering walkers and cyclists easy access to excellent terrain both on and off the beaten path, South East Cheshire is an ideal base from which to explore national, scenic routes such as the Gritstone Trail or the Cheshire Cycleway.

Alternatively take time out and discover the hidden gems of life in a by-gone era, Biddulph Grange is a rare and exciting survival of a high Victorian garden designed by James Bateman in the mid 19th Century, to display specimens from his extensive and wide ranging plant collection, continue your journey into the life of the aristocracies at Rode Hall and Gardens where you can stroll through the Repton Landscape and peruse Sir Baker Wilbraham’s fine antique collection including a section of ‘Worcester Blue Scale’ porcelain of the ‘Dr Wall’ period.

Discover the full story at Congleton’s Local History Museum with ancient artefacts, stories of the past and much, much more…

ACCOMMODATION

Whatever your preferred style of accommodation you will find it here in South East Cheshire, and you can be assured that wherever you choose your experience will be one of a high quality as all accommodation featured within this site has been graded or is awaiting grading by one of the relevant quality assurance organisations.

Escape to the tranquility of the Cheshire plains and experience rural life at it’s best on one of our working farms, all with individual character and charm, whether you are travelling on business or pleasure you will enjoy crisp clean air, splendid views and traditional farmhouse breakfasts. Many farmhouses in South East Cheshire have excellent walking routes on their doorstep as well as a wealth of personal knowledge available to ensure you enjoy your stay.

South East Cheshire also offers a range of hotel accommodation, many hotels being under a 10 minute drive from the M6 motorway Junction 17 or Junction 18 making them highly accessible and an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area, with the famous Potteries and the Wedgwood Visitor Centre under 30 minutes away, and Alton Towers and the Trafford Centre only an hour by car. These hotels also offer superb business and leisure facilities making great destinations for corporate meetings and events.


For more Information please contact:
South East Cheshire Enterprise
Tourism Development
Market Square
Congleton
Cheshire
CW12 1EX

Web:  www.welcometocongleton.com
Email:   tourism@sece.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1260 28 5239
Fax: +44 (0)1260 28 5251

Where to stay and things to do in Cheshire

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