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Audlem is a beautiful rural village set within the heart of the picturesque Upper Weaver Valley in the County of Cheshire. This ancient village which is full of charm has attractive cottages, and houses, and is home to just over seventeen hundred people. It was granted its market charter in 1296 by King Edward I, and although the market has long since gone, visitors will still find the Market Hall which was built in the 18th Century, and nearby there still remains the Bear Stone, where Bears were tethered, and baited in times past. At the centre of the village stands St James's church which dates back to the 13th Century, and there are shops, restaurants, and three pubs to enjoy. In 1827 the Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal was built which merged with the Chester Canal, and flows through the village where a large amount of colourful narrow boats can be seen, although it is now called the Shropshire Union Canal; nearby a stroll along the tow path will reveal Audlem Mill where visitors will definitely be tempted with fine needlework, art and gifts on offer. This multi award winning village is perfectly placed just a mile or so from the Cheshire, Shropshire border, and is surrounded by rich countryside.


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The Granary (1.44 miles)

The Granary

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This truly luxurious, spacious and beautifully designed and furnished barn conversion enjoys an enviable rural location within an acre of landscaped gardens and four acres of mown ... More

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The Swan Inn (4.60 miles)

The Swan Inn
A warm welcome to the Swan Inn in the rural village of Wybunbury. We're a traditional public house with years of village life and experience that gives the Swan its unique atmosphere and ... More | visit website
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The Crown Hotel (5.44 miles)

The Crown Hotel

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A 16th Century Coaching Inn located in the centre of this historic market town.The Crown Hotel has been refurbished to offer every facility for todays modern traveller,whilst retaining many of ... More

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The Cheshire Cat (5.49 miles)

The Cheshire Cat

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A brand new concept in eating, drinking and cat napping! Our 3 sites located in Nantwich, Whitchurch and Leek all offer dining and modern, comfortable bedrooms, and all have their ... More

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Premier Inn Crewe Nantwich (5.50 miles)

Premier Inn Crewe Nantwich
In a quiet location, yet within easy reach of the M6; this hotel is conveniently located for Nantwich train station and just 1 mile from Nantwich town centre. Local attractions include Stapley Water Gardens, Beeston ... More | visit website
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The Wheatsheaf Inn (5.78 miles)

The Wheatsheaf Inn
The Wheatsheaf Inn at Onneley has a long history going back to 1769 when it started serving ale as a coaching inn. The inn has been modernized in recent years but the old beams and ... More | visit website
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The Hermitage (5.87 miles)

The Hermitage

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The Hermitage Bed & Breakfast is located in the pretty market town of Market Drayton. The accommodation is situated within a large Victorian terraced house a short walk in to ... More

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Tudor House Hotel (5.94 miles)

Tudor House Hotel

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The Tudor House Hotel is a traditional 17th Century character property. Built in 1652, all 10 bedrooms feature original beam work. We offer a variety of bedrooms: Single, Single (for ... More

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Wychwood Park (6.39 miles)

Wychwood Park

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Surrounded by its own PGA European-tour standard golf course and boasting views of the Cheshire countryside, this contemporary-style hotel offers light and airy accommodation within a vibrant atmosphere.

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Alvaston Hall Hotel (6.74 miles)

Alvaston Hall Hotel
Alvaston is a half-timbered Victorian country house five minutes from the old Cheshire riverside town of Nantwich. Close to the splendid cathedral city of Chester, just 10 minutes from the restful Water Gardens at Stapely, ... More | visit website

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