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About the county of CheshireThe North-west County of Cheshire boasts some of Englands most scenic countryside and with its history dating back over 4000 years there is plenty to discover on your visit. Take a pleasure Boat ride along the River Dee, relax and enjoy the view in one of its many attractive gardens, or take a stroll through one of the interesting Towns or Villages such as Knutsford, known for its black and white timber clad houses. Notable attractions in Cheshire are Chester Cathedral, the Toy and Doll
Museum and Tatton Park to name but a few.
See our recommended Cheshire towns and villages below, along with our listed Cheshire attractions, and Cheshire hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Cheshire
Chester, the county town of Cheshire, is one of the oldest and most complete walled cities with fantastic architecture and history...
This lively market town stands on a bend of the River Dane, it quite possibly takes its name from the Celtic word "congle" which in English means "a bend"...
In the medieval times Frodsham was an important port and borough belonging to the earls of Chester...
Helsby is famous for Helsby Hill which rises to a height of 462ft, and has traces of an Iron-Age camp...All Cheshire towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Cheshire
It is almost impossible to list the magnificent Roman treasures this town possesses. Its extraordinary Roman Amphitheatre is but.....
At The Boat Museum in Ellesmere Port we bring Britain's canal history back to life. Come and explore the exhibitions in the.....
Dating form the 18th Century and standing in beautiful surroundings, on the edge of Macclesfield Forest Reservoir, this stone.....All Cheshire AttractionsCastles in CheshireCheshire Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
The Church of St Martin's in Canterbury was the private chapel of Queen Bertha of Kent, whose influence led to the introduction of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England. Queen Bertha was canonized as a saint for her part in its establishment.
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