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Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Review of Alderley Edge by David Tutton on October 12th, 2007
Wizards Thatch Luxury Suite in Alderley Edge is perfect for a romantic break. The bedroom is breathtaking with its magnificent 4 poster bed draped in gold tapestries and the bed is probably the most comfortable we have ever slept in. We will never forget sipping our champagne by the pond illuminated by the flickering lights of the candleabra. Magical. Can't wait to return. Alderley Edge is a wonderful place to stay, not far from the Derbyshire hills or the great City of Manchester.

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Alsager, Cheshire

Review of Alsager by aimee on May 8th, 2007
i think alsager is the best i really enjoy your site

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Broxton, Cheshire

Review of Broxton by Mrs.L.Beresford on March 22nd, 2007
We moved to Broxton 4 weeks ago. The children had to start at new schools and we didn't have any friends or neibours near by so we were a little nervous.We needn't have worried though because the people here are so friendly and helpful. We chose Broxton because it is so beautiful - fields, woods, hills surrounding us, wildlife everywhere, stars that seem to dance in the sky at night and the most perfect sunsets. After only 4 weeks we are already in love with Broxton and all the surrounding areas.

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Chester, Cheshire

Review of Chester by Dave Zazzi on June 5th, 2009
Local knowledge is a wonderful thing when you’re visiting a new place – local knowledge gives you a head start on where to park – somewhere convenient to what you’re doing next, where to eat – always difficult as not everyone has the same taste, what to see and do – all are personal and I hope that this preview of the marvellous City of Chester will help. Arriving at the Chester by train and the first thing that greets you is its marvellous Victorian station located in the city – its certainly a stiff walk up City Road if you’re carrying bags but there is a bus stop and taxi rank outside. If you’re heading for the City from the station it really is a short taxi trip – ask to be dropped off at the library or Town Hall and that places you right in the centre of town. Coming by car? Well if its a day trip then rather than park in the City Centre where it can be expensive it might be worth using the Park and Ride – one is located just off the A55 opposite the Chester Business Park, there is another on the A41 but it is quite difficult to get to from the A55, there are a couple of others but all offer parking and regular services to Chester City Centre. Once in the City it really is a question of what to do first – there are a number of coffee shops and restaurants scattered throughout the centre and down side streets – if you’re here in Chester it is always having a bit of a wander around – with so much Roman architecture and plenty of Tudor buildings to see it really is a delight. One thing though – Chester is also famous for The Rows – which can be difficult to negotiate if you have a pram, buggy or wheelchair, it is accessible but The Rows can be quite narrow in places making it difficult to negotiate. If you have had your fill of retail therapy then you might fancy a walk along the River Dee, or even a boat trip up the river. If you prefer to do this your way then you can also hire row boats or pedalos. If you want something more relaxing then there is the Grosvenor Park overlooking the River Dee and the surrounding landscape. Should you wish to delve into the history of Chester then as well as the Visitor Centre on Vicars Lane (opposite the Grosvenor Park) or the museum on Grosvenor Street. Finally if you find yourself visiting Chester in the summer months then a trip to the Roodee Racecourse is a must. There are regular horse racing events there throughout the summer and it serves as a venue for other activities as well. It does offer parking but don’t forget it can be expensive. This summer treat yourself to a visit to Chester – easily accessible by train or via the motorway network.

Review of Chester by christopher france on October 19th, 2007
i've always liked chester zoo but going back a few years when the kids were young like 15 yrs ago,but i've seen the tv footage and i logged on to see your open 12 months,i was surprised to see 12 months but i can't wait now i know that.

Review of Chester by Mr I Snook on June 8th, 2006
My wife and I have just returned from a 3 day visit to Chester. This is a lovely place, steeped in history, with a huge and diverse shopping area. However, two things spoilt the visit for us. The first was the huge number of pidgeons in the main shopping areas and secondly the extensive amount of bird muck on every street, road and pavement. In some areas you could not walk along a pavement without walking on bird muck. There was so much of it everywhere. The whole of the shopping areas needs extensive cleaning. A beautiful city spoilt by pidgeons. Something needs to be done to limit their numbers.

Review of Chester by elias on April 7th, 2006
chester really is a great place to spend some time. we stayed 3 days and still left feeling we hadnt seen it all. we went on a night time ghost walk that was especially thrilling. its close to north wales and liverpool too

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Childer Thornton, Cheshire

Review of Childer Thornton by paul on August 18th, 2009
nice hotel shame about the staff . food very good nice for weddings .

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Disley, Cheshire

Review of Disley by Laura on July 12th, 2008
I live in Disley and love it its such a quaint little village. The pubs are great especially the mousetrap and contis is a lovely top class resteraunt.There is so much to see and do with the heritage to learn and long stroles through our very own lyme park. I would reccomend a visit

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Frodsham, Cheshire

Review of Frodsham by lee on June 17th, 2007
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Handforth, Cheshire

Review of Handforth by Alan on May 17th, 2007
The Hillal Indian restaurant, next door to the Freemasons Arms, a first class quality venue

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Northophall, Cheshire

Review of Northophall by MARK ASHCROFT on February 26th, 2008
stayed over night, ate in the reataurant, had pub meals in the bar, and am planning to bring my daughter and her husband to be with lots of friends as part of her wedding experience. I and everyone I have been with all say that they WANT to return. Best place in years I have been too.

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Pickmere, Cheshire

Review of Pickmere by Amber Wood on April 21st, 2006
I loved staying in pickmere what a friendly place to visit, everyone was really nice and friendly especially everyone at the Red Lion,(Great beer and food too) It has been neally 2 years since I was last there I have many family there that I met for the first time, i plan to visit many more times in the future.

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Runcorn, Cheshire

Review of Runcorn by maggie fowler on February 23rd, 2008
Runcorn Down Town is a pretty little town on the banks of the Mersey, up and coming with new apartments and big plans for the future....we welcome visitors to our abundance of charity shops and our brand new market....

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Walgherton, Cheshire

Review of Walgherton by Steve Walton on April 11th, 2009
We visited the Boars Head for lunch today,we spotted it on the way from Stapeley water gardens to Bridgemere garden world. I wish this place was nearer to where we live, my grandchildren would love it. We had lunch of hot sandwiches served with chips and salad for a very reasonable price and a good pint of real ale.

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Warrington, Cheshire

Review of Warrington by Ann on July 23rd, 2008
Walton Gardens is a fantastic day out for the young and the old.Igo there a lot with my children and they love it,they love to play pitch and put,and having a good old kick about with their ball.Also we go to see the animals and last time we were there they painted their own pottery which i thought was brill and was a good reasonable price,the kids loved it.It was also interesting looking around the mini muesum and the collection of all the old bikes from donkey years ago.FANTASTIC.Would recomend to everyone what a brill day out.Thankyou Walton Gardens.From a Widnes Mum.

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Winsford, Cheshire

Review of Winsford by simeon hough on December 23rd, 2009
winsford is a great place to live,i know because i have lived hear for 43 years.its in the heart of the country and has so much history surrounding it.we have every sought of sports faciltys as well,great fishing to great walks .

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