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Cheshire's many beautiful rural villages, half timbered buildings and  wealth of walking trails are just some of the reasons visitors flock here year after year.
There is so much to see and do that you will have to return time after time to fit it all in!
We will be happy to help you plan your day to get the most out of your stay

Nantwich is a medieval market town situated on the banks of the River Weaver famous for its half timbered buildings.

You can while away the hours visiting the many boutiques, gift shops, antique dealers and tea shops and restaurants

The traditional market is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, with a popular farmer's market on the town square on the last Saturday of each month.

Visit the Nantwich town page for more information on what's on 

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.....5 miles from Foxes Field


Just over the border into Shropshire is the fascinating town of Shrewsbury with history that dates back to 901. Shrewsbury castle dates back to 1074 and houses the spectacular collection of the Shropshire Regimental Trust. The Museum and Art Gallery houses finds such as Roman tombstones and headstones, a Shropshire mammoth and a geology and Tudor collectio. St Chad's Church designed by George Stuart (who also designed nearby Attingham Park) is where Charles Darwin was christened in 1809 and where lies the grave of Ebenezer Scrooge - a prop left over from the filming of ' A Christmas Carol'.

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.....26 miles from Foxes Field

As you wander around the quirky streets keep an eye out for the carved rebellious characters in the walls of the half timbered buildings carved out by Tudor craftsmen.

Founded in 79 AD Chester attracts visitors from all over the world. Famous for its black and white buildings including the Rows, two-tier medieval buildings above street level which house many of Chester's shops and galleries, its two miles of walkable city walls (the most complete in Britain) and its Roman Fort, the most complete cavalry fort in Britain, visitors can quite easily spend a day here visiting all that Chester has to offer

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.....22 miles from Foxes Field

A 19th century gothic style castle set above a lake and surrounded by stunning gardens. Enjoy a stroll around the Deer Park Mere and Nature trail, admire the stained glass alter window and ornate panelling in St Nicholas' chapel and finish off with a selection of sandwiches and homemade cakes in the tea room.
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.....8 miles from Foxes Field

An underground complex hidden for over 50 years in the sleepy Cheshire countryside. Declassified in 1993 this bunker would have been the centre of Regional Government had nuclear war broke out. Learn what living conditions were like, visit real life operation rooms  and view the broadcasts that would have been transmitted to all TV channels prior to a nuclear attack.

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.....4 miles from Foxes Field

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Home to the Leicester family for 700 years until the mid 1970s this palladian mansion, said to be the finest in Cheshire, houses some of the finest art, furniture and books that money could buy as well as a fascinating family history. St Peter's Chapel re-erected adjacent to the house has impressive stained glass with one window designed by Burne-Jones and was recently used as the location for a wedding scene in BBC2's 'Peaky Blinders'.

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.....30 miles from Foxes Field

A lived in historic house the Cheshire domain of Gawsworth has been held by only five families since Norman times. This beautiful black and white hall built in 1480  houses fine paintings, furniture, sculptures and stained glass. It was also the residence of Mary Fitton, the beautiful dark Lady of Shakespeare's sonnets and maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I.

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.....29 miles from Foxes Field

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Set admist more than 50 acres Tatton Park houses one of the National Trust's finest libraries and an outstanding collection of Gillow's of Lancaster furniture. The extensive array of domestic offices and servant's quarters offers a glimpse of life in days gone by. The gardens are almost a complete picture of how the gardens existed in Edwardian times complete with a walled garden, japanese garden and glasshouses

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.....35 miles from Foxes Field

The largest craft and antiques centre in the Northwest with 7 giant emporiums containing over 50,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles. There are also 25 craft workshops on site specialising in everything from handmade soaps to garden furniture. When you have finished browsing vist the tea rooms for delicious locally sourced home made food.

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.....8 miles from Foxes Field


A fabulous gin distillery, right on our doorstep creating the most wonderful gin. Pop in and meet the team with no booking required. The distillery and gift shop is open to the public Mon - Sat 10 am - 6 pm where you can sample their gins for free and see first hand how their gins are produced. Meet their copper stills - Jill and Valerie, enjoy a drink in their bar and browse their gift shop.


For the ultimate experience you can book a gin tour for just £35 per person which takes place every Saturday between 4 pm and 6pm It includes a cocktail and 6 G&Ts, a meet and greet with the distiller and a tour of the distillery with Q&A.

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.....1.5 miles from Foxes Field

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