All attractions in East Cheshire
Grade II Listed farm building, beautifully converted to two cottages on a small working farm on the edge of the Peak District, one very well appointed for less able visitors. Under floor heating. Oak kitchens. Flagged floors.
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The home of the Leghs of Adlington since 1315, attractions include a maze, herbacious border and many follies within the 'Wilderness' area with its variety of Rhododendrons and Azaleas.
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As featured on TV, this multi award winning museum has a great deal to offer visitors. VAQAS accreditated
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Arley Hall is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West and its Gardens, which are amongst the finest in Britain, are outstanding for their vitality, variety and historical interest.
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Home-made ice cream parlour & tea room set on a working hill farm in the Peak District National Park. Farm nature trail and quiz.
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The Discovery Centre is an introduction to the heritage interest of Bollington, with an attractive display area, small shop and computerised historic photographic collection.
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An 18th Century Jacobean-style Hall containing treasured collections of fine art, antiques, children's toys and Americana.
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Elegant 18th Century Georgian hotel set in 270 acres of picturesque parkland. Delightful ornamental gardens, Championship golf course with driving range, Golf school, Pro shop. Health & leisure club with indoor pool, sauna, treatment rooms. No of rooms: 131
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Breathtaking! That's how most visitors describe the sight of Fryers Rose Fields in full bloom. The scent and colour are a joy as is the setting in Cheshire's verdant countryside. Only minutes from the M6 and M56, the world famous Rose Breeder grows 80,000 bushes in the fields surrounding the Garden Centre.
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Luxurious 5 star cottages fitted to the highest standard, retaining many original features. Patio area/gardens and views to the open countryside. Off street parking, wireless broadband available.
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Welcome CD to listen to as you drive to house. Stroll among luxurious borders and sweeping lawns. Relax and take a seat in the restored library. Let off steam in Crow Wood playscape. Play with the toys in the nursery bedroom. Enjoy the new exhibition.
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National Trust owned working water-powered cotton mill, owners estate and workers village.
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The Tabley House Collection, Knutsford includes paintings by Turner, Lawrence. Lely and others and fine furniture, housed in the splendid architecture of Carr of York. One of Cheshire's hidden regency gems.
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One of Cheshire's Garedens of Distinction, Tatton Park hosts over 50 special events each year in 1000-acre parkland where herds of deer graze freely and migrating birds stop for a welcome feed on the mere.
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The Visit Peak District & Derbyshire Destination Management Partnership (DMP) is the official voice for tourism in the Peak District and Derbyshire –
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