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    Manor Wood with Lake Views, Cheshire, EnglandViewed 15 times in last week.
    Sleeps 10
    5 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £605 - £3270
    Manor Wood with Lake Views
    Farndon, Cheshire
    5-star Dog friendly Rural Retreat (1 dogs welcome)
    Facilities: Tennis court, Free internet access
    01244 500 540

    More about this property: Large 5 bedroom holiday house sleeping up to 10 people, with lake views and coarse fishing on site, set next to lovely Cheshire countryside and next to a caravan park with access to the park's facilities including a heated outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court and a shared games room (with a pool table and table tennis).

    Friday 29 May 2020  |  7 nights  |  £948
    Currently next available: from 31 May 2020 to 26 June 2020; more available dates

    Brookbank Farm, Cheshire, EnglandViewed 21 times in last week.
    Sleeps 18
    7 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £2049 - £3990
    Brookbank Farm
    Blackden Heath, Cheshire
    Property (1 dogs welcome)
    Facilities: Hot tub, Free internet access
    01477 518448

    More about this property: This 7 bedroom holiday farmhouse with its stylish and comfortable interior is an appealing place for groups of up to 18 friends or family, looking to stay altogether in the Cheshire countryside, with an outdoor hot tub plus a games room there is plenty to keep guests entertained on site and for days out the Peak District National Park is within reach and Buxton is just 21 miles away (please note hen parties are welcome here).

    Currently next available: from 31 May 2020 to 12 June 2020; more available dates

    The City of Chester, established as Deva by the Romans 2,000 years ago on the banks of the River Dee, is the historic gem of North West England. It is easily accessed by road and rail, and is the gateway to the castles and coast of North Wales. Chester is the perfect touring base for your self catering holiday and gives easy access to the great houses and gardens of Cheshire and the Wirral.

    Chester is the most complete walled city in Britain. The original walls were built by the Romans, and today they offer a two mile walkway around the city interrupted by historic towers and ancient gates in the form of imposing stone arches. In the Middle Ages global trading brought considerable affluence to the city of Chester, and during this period the famous half-timbered double-decker Rows were built. These distinctive promenades, now used as shopping arcades, line the four roads radiating from the Cross - they are unique to Chester with evocative names such as Broken Shin Row and Pepper Alley.

    Chester Cathedral towers above the city: originally a 10th Century church dedicated to St. Werburgh, a Mercian princess, it is the site of a wealthy Norman Benedictine Monastery and only became a cathedral after the dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII.

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