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Hotels in Cheshire
Tucked between rural Wales and the metropolitan North, Cheshire is a slice of countryside both close to major centres in Liverpool and Manchester and remote enough to find a corner for a walkabout or quiet boat ride. Its waterways have long been critical to shipping and industry in the north and its museums—on waterways, the salt industry, and engine design—make Cheshire a destination for education and exploration.
Did you know?
Chester houses a large, red sandstone cathedral and monastic buildings
Home to the Cheshire Ring canal network— 97 miles of linked waterways—and the three-storey Anderton Boat Lift
Various farmers markets stock bounty straight from one of Britain’s agricultural heartland
The National Trust keeps countryside up to the Cheshire Peak District open for hikers
Flowers of every colour bloom in the Ness Botanic Garden with views across the river into Wales