Arriving at Cheshire County in England can be done easily by either rail or airplane. The most likely rail destinations one will arrive at is Crewe Station or Warrington Bank Quay which use the West Coast Mainline trains. These stations also provide excellent transport to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Birmingham.
Traveling by airplane is very simple as well by coming into Manchester Airport located a short distance north of Cheshire. This airport also serves as a hub to many domestic and international destinations one may desire.
Another budget friendly option is Liverpool John Lennon. This airport does not provide direct travel options to Cheshire however, requiring one to take a connection from the main rail station in Liverpool.
Cheshire is widely appreciated for its pristine countryside and parks. The Delamere Forest Park is a popular option for a day trip to get out from the urban center. The historic site at Chester takes one back to the Roman period with its ancient walls, sprawling amphitheaters and Tudor style architecture. The Eastgate Clock is a quaint mainstay of the old world charm Cheshire has to offer, it is said that it is the most photographed clock tower after Big Ben. Try your hand at horse race betting on a trip to the Chester race course, the oldest race course still active in Britain.
If quaint and rustic sounds attractive the Chester Grosvenor Hotel and Spa is the perfect destination. The Chester Grosvenor Hotel and Spa offers daily tea time and spa therapy treatments in a charming brick clad façade building. For those seeking the royal treatment, check into Crewe Hall for an aromatherapy treatment or stroll through the lush botanical gardens. The historic hotel is set on a beautiful 500 acre plot and will provide endless exploration for the highly curious.
Cheshire is a melting pot of both local and international dining options. From Toro Sushi Japanese Restaurant to Vespucci’s Italian the options are endless. For those with a sweet tooth check out Sweet Claude’s Ice Cream for an evening scoop or a Sunday to share.