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Highlights in Cheshire
- Ancient surroundings of Sandbach
- Tatton Parks
- The perfect hopping hub
- A paradise for cheese lovers
- Macclesfield Silk Museum
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Cheshire
If you are looking for a city break, head to Chester which offers a great variety of accommodations from stylish to luxury. Suitable for all pockets, Cheshire is great to stay if you are on a budget. Many rentals offer flexibility and furthermore, groups can stay at the university campus for a very good price. In the countryside, many rentals are in touch with acres of nature, panoramic views and a relaxing atmosphere. Most of them are close to historic buildings and fabulous restaurants and limitless free time choices.Cute holiday rentals close to the sea
You can choose from a wide range of traditional and half timbered rentals, red sandstone buildings or modern structures. Find cosy little properties for a romantic getaway or more spacious lettings, not far from the sea, for families and groups. Well decorated spaces, comfortable rooms, fully equipped kitchens and balconies to enjoy the breeze in those warm summer nights. You can read a good book by the fireplace or unwind in the privacy of your beautiful garden. Choose the one you need and pack your bags!
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The area and getting around
Cheshire county is flanked by the Pennine uplands, near the Peak District National Park to the east and bordering Wales to the West. The area is bursting with lots of things to do and see. There are countless beautiful gardens, art, culture and amazing attractions to visit. Don’t miss the Walton hall and gardens and its colourful flowers. There are lots of places to take your children and have a magical day out, such as Gulliver’s World, a magical theme park. There are also many festivals happening, like the Bluedot festival, that will make your stay an unforgettable one. It is a must to taste the local delicacy - Cheshire Farm ice cream - so pack your bags and take them in for yourself!Discover the hidden gems
The walled city of Chester, in Cheshire, oozes a bewitching atmosphere and unique charm which makes it one of the most popular getaways. You can explore it on wheels taking an open top or heritage bus, walk the streets with a guided tour or enjoy a pleasant river cruise. Chester is a contemporary city with must see gems, thousands of years of history and incredible shopping as well. Discover the history behind the walls, visit the oldest racecourse and the largest Roman Amphitheatre in Great Britain. Whether you are into shops, quirky museums or old cathedrals, in Chester you will always find hidden gems to be explored!
Travellers and activities
When it comes to shopping, you are in the right place! Cheshire knows a few things about fashion and style, where you can find the trendiest hotpots. Head to the beautiful market towns of Wilmslow or Alderley Edge to get some local produce or wander around quaint medieval market streets in Nantwich, plenty of unusual shops and Tudor buildings. You can test your credit card limit in Chester’s exquisite boutiques where you can find exclusive designers and tempting coffee shops and restaurants. Every corner will satisfy your shopping cravings in the ancient surroundings of Sandbach or Congleton. Then, Chester offers you the opportunity to indulge yourself in retail therapy as it is packed with olde-worlde charm, lots of boutiques along the cobbled streets and the well known and unique medieval galleries, Chester Rows. Whatever you taste and style is, Cheshire will have it ready for you at the retail heaven of Cheshire Oaks! Find every reason to splurge!Cheshire for garden and nature lovers
Cheshire is plenty of beautiful gardens and green areas to enjoy the sun, the fresh air and the stunning surroundings of historic places. Tatton Park, Lyme Park or Arley Hall are home to historic houses with bountiful character, moorlands and well preserved states. The parks and gardens around them boast impressive and colourful bedding schemes with ancient camellias, spectacular ivy, roses and azaleas. Large collections of rare trees and plants are also a feature of gardens such as Abbeywood, Hare Hill or Capesthorne Hall. Get carried away by the subtle fragrances.
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Test your hiking limits and climb up the 35-mile Gritstone Trail. Take the whole challenge or one of the three sections the trail is split into. Start near Lyme Park and ascend onto wild moorlands and distinctive landscapes around High Nancy and Tegg’s Nose Country Park. Reach the rocky outcrop of The Cloud and get magnificent views as a reward and finish your journey as you come to Mow Cop. Enjoy amazing views along the way, outstanding countryside, impressive follies and lots of interesting fauna.2. Visit Macclesfield Silk Museum
There is an intriguing story behind the silk industry and you can discover everything about it at Macclesfield Silk Museum. From its humble beginnings to the present day. Learn about how silk mills grew, its manufacturing process and the participation in wars and education. Visit the Victorian silk mill, learn about the processes involved in making silk and experience a hands-on activity to understand it in better detail.3. Love cheese and love Cheshire
Dreaming of the best local cheese splashed with a great wine? Go for a wine tasting and sample some signature food at the local cheese shops such as The Cheese Yard in Knutsford where you can try before you buy. Cheshire cheese is the oldest and largest-selling crumbly cheese in the UK and it is celebrated at the International Cheese Awards at Dorfold Park where important chefs perform live in Le Gruyere Cookery Theatre and many demonstrations and trophy presentations are held during the day. Have a “cheesy” day!4. Take your day to new heights
Spend a family day out at one of Chesire’s top heritage attractions, The Anderton Boat Lift. Take a boat trip that transfers you from the River Weaver to the Trent & Mersey Canal on this masterpiece of Victorian engineering standing 50ft high. Visit the interactive exhibits and family friendly displays at the visitor centre. Let the kids enjoy the water play area and the metal maze while having a break at the tea room. Participate in the annual Easter Egg Hunt for family fun galore and prepare for a live battle with craft activities and demonstrations of the Ddraig Viking Warriors. Make family time your top one priority!5. Get into the festive spirit
Waiting for Christmas to arrive? There is no better way than celebrating the festive season in Chester, where you can take a trip to Winter Wonderland on Chester Racecourse, skate on ice, sit on Santa’s lap or take a sip of mulled wine or delicious hot chocolate to warm you up. At the Christmas market you can browse the varied stalls and sample some delicious pork and apple bap and many other tasty treats. Get embraced by the lights of the Chester Zoo’s Lantern Magic and get an unforgettable night time through the lit gardens and the beautiful animal lanterns.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Cheshire
How much does it cost to rent a holiday letting in Cheshire?
With an average price of £141.76 per night, Cheshire lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday rentals in the United Kingdom.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday rentals?
Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Cheshire in February, January, and March the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £99.92, £101.03, and £103.16 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Cheshire?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Cheshire was October, with an average price of £175.55 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of £173.49, and November, with £169.76.
Is Cheshire a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
If you decide to discover Cheshire, we suggest planning your visit long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 52% in the year 2020.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in Cheshire were December, November, and October with average availabilities of 70%, 66.75% and 60.4%, respectively.
When are there fewer rental options available in Cheshire?
Holiday lettings in Cheshire reach their peak in demand in March, with an availability rate of 29.25%. The second most requested month is February, with 32.6%, and the third is January with 41%.
How many rentals are available in Cheshire?
Holidu has around 460 properties in Cheshire, offered by 13 different partners.