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Postcode: CW5 | code search
Population: 13000
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Alvaston Hall Hotel
"This was our second visit to Alvaston Hall Hotel. The accomodation was first class ( we stayed in a Royale room) The food and entertainment was superb,and the staff could ..." More

"the bar staff were ok but the bouncers are horrid,will never go there again

Date visited: 8/4/2011 ..." More

"terrible, my car got clamped too, pub closed unable to get pay and display ticket from pub, sign below bell asking to ring for assistance no answer. terrible attitude too

Date ..." More

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This picturesque market town, set by the River Weaver, has kept its mediaeval street pattern and a pedestrianised centre allows exploration of the winding streets and pathways. In Cheshire, the town is second only to Chester for its wealth of historic buildings. At the local museum there are artefacts from the area, many dating back to Roman times when it was a centre for salt production.
The focal point of the town is the Square which is the setting for St Mary's Church, known as the 'Cathedral of South Cheshire'. One of the finest mediaeval churches in Britain, it has many interesting features. Surrounding the Church are narrow winding streets with timber-framed buildings many of which are classified as Grade I Listed.
Recent developments include the 'Cocoa Yard', a shopping and residential area on the former Cocoa House site and two large superstores. The Barony Employment Park provides large scale commercial and industrial accommodation for the town. There are pleasant walks around the River Weaver, the Shropshire Union Canal and Nantwich Lake, offering enticing picnic spots. Guided tours of the town can be arranged by contacting the Tourist Information Centre where a 'Walkabout Tour' leaflet is on sale. Population 13,000


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Dorfold Hall
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Elm House


Nantwich Church
St Anne RC
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Brook Farm Cottage
The Granary
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Alvaston Hall


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Acton C of E Primary School
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Broad Lane C of E Primary School
Highfields County Primary School
Millfields Primary School
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St Anne’s Catholic Primary School
Weaver Primary School
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Wyche County Primary School


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Poole Alcock & Co


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Nantwich Players Theatre
TIC Theatre Co LLP


Hillside Veterinary Centre

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Cheshire Polo Club (Polo)
Crewe and Nantwich RUFC (Rugby Union)

Crewe Vagrants (Men's Hockey)
Crewe Vagrants (Women's Hockey)
Nantwich & Border Counties Sailing Club (Sailing)
Nantwich CC (Cricket)
Nantwich Town (Amateur Football)


Bridgemere Garden World
Bookland & Co Ltd
The Courtyard Shop
Garlands Of Nantwich
Alexander Paper Supplies
Ravens Oak Dairy
H Clewlow Butchers
Cheerbrook Quality Farm Food
Cheerbrook Quality Farm Food
Pillory Pet Stores
P Williams Ltd
S W & C Jackson

Mollie Browns
Weaver Gallery
Bailey Art
The Old Wyche
Seriously Gifted
Sun's Shoes
The Movement
PC Centre Nantwich
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Allan Jepson’s
Emma Louise Fashion
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Adam Antiques
Richardson Antiques Ltd
Nantwich Antiques
Love Lane Antiques
Barn Antiques

Adams Antiques


Broomhall Riding School(Riding)

Places to Stay near Nantwich

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The Crown Hotel (0.16 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 (0.26 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 (0.83 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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Alvaston Hall Hotel (1.59 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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Rookery Hall (2.34 miles)

Rookery Hall

Relax and refresh at Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

For a relaxing break in the beautiful Cheshire countryside, Hand Picked Hotels’ exclusive Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, with its luxurious new spa and health club, is ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Crewe West (2.58 miles)

Premier Inn Crewe West
Situated central to both Crewe and Nantwich and just a 10 minute drive from Crewe train station. Local attractions include a cinema, bowling alley, Stapley Water Gardens and a park. Our Crewe West Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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The Swan Inn (3.21 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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Waverley Hotel (3.81 miles)

Waverley Hotel
The hotel is in a quiet location but just a stroll away from the many pubs and restaurants on the Nantwich Road & surrounding areas. Within walking distance of the town centre, where the Lyceum ... More | visit website
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Crewe Arms Hotel (3.99 miles)

Crewe Arms Hotel

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This AA 3-star hotel is opposite Crewe Railway Station and just minutes from junctions 16 and 17 of the M6.
Crewe Arms Hotel has a bar, ... More

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Premier Inn Crewe Central (4.04 miles)

Premier Inn Crewe Central
Conveniently located just a third of a mile from Crewe train station and 20 miles from Manchester Airport. This hotel is near to Crewe Alexandra football club. Our Crewe Central Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, ... More | visit website

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