MiddlewichCopyright Andy Beecroft

Middlewich may be better known to boaters than motorists thanks to the Trent and Mersey and Shropshire Union canals running to it. The centre is very pleasing, with a 12th century church and several half-timbered buildings... Read More

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The Narrowboat

The Narrowboat

The Narrowboat is a family run public house providing restaurant and bed and breakfast facilities. Brothers Craig and Damian Shakesby extend a warm welcome to all who visit our 17th century inn situated in the heart ... More | Double Room: 45 - 48 | visit website

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Kinderton House Hotel

Kinderton House Hotel

Kinderton House Hotel is a small conveniently-situated hotel close to the M6 in Cheshire. With 11 double rooms available for single or double occupancy, we attract a high quality mix of business travellers and leisure ... More | visit website

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Sandhurst Hotel

Sandhurst Hotel

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We have a licensed bar and restaurant serving evening meals. We also have a private off road car park. Free WIFI Internet access available in most rooms. On ... More

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Boars Head Hotel

Boars Head Hotel
The Boars Head is an AA 3 Star Rated Inn beautifully situated in the quaint town of Middlewich.Middlewich is located clsoe to the Trent and Mersey Canal. It provides an excellent base for countryside walkers ... More | visit website
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Golden Lion Hotel

Golden Lion Hotel
Located in the heart of Middlewich, the Golden Lion is your local traditional pub/inn that dates back to the 17th century. With low ceilings, a selection of hand pulled real ales on tap, open log ... More | visit website

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