Places to visit in Cheshire

Situated right next to Nantwich, Alvaston Hall is the perfect base for exploring the towns famous architecture, but our neighbouring towns and cities are all worth a visit in their own right. Famous for its independent retailers and restaurants, there are a number of unique places to visit in Cheshire and we’ve picked out a few of our favourites for you.

Warrington

Warrington

46-min drive from Alvaston Hall, WA1 2TA
Warrington’s busy town centre is packed with shops and restaurants, while Warrington Market is home to over 50 independent traders selling food, jewellery, clothes, Fairtrade products and even musical instruments.

Chester City

Chester City

33-min drive from Alvaston Hall, CH3 5QD
The Chester city walls have stood since medieval times, and still form an almost complete circle around the city. Venture within and you’ll find cobbled streets, a Roman Amphitheatre, 1000-year-old cathedral, and of course the world-famous Chester Rows for shopping, dining and drinking.

Nantwich

Nantwich

6-min drive from Alvaston Hall, CW5 5DG
Nantwich is famous for its high concentration of Tudor and Georgian architecture (as well as hosting the annual International Cheese Awards), and also boasts a plethora of jewellery boutiques, antique dealerships and craft stores.



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