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Self-Catering in Nantwich

The Granary, Nantwich, Cheshire

The Granary
Hankelow
Audlem

Nantwich
Cheshire

CW3 0JE | View map

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This truly luxurious, spacious and beautifully designed and furnished barn conversion enjoys an enviable rural location within an acre of landscaped gardens and four acres of mown paddocks, all set in the heart of glorious Cheshire. Next door is a welcoming 18 hole golf course and just 1 miles away lies the picturesque village of Audlem scenic towpath walks along the Shropshire Union Canal link the village with Nantwich where canal day boats can be hired whilst Stapeley Water Gardens, Bridgemere Garden World and Tropical Oasis are all under 6 miles. The historic city of Chester, with its designer shopping and 110 acre garden zoo, and Liverpool, home to the Albert Docks, Beatles Museum and so much more, are both within an hour's drive as are The Potteries, Alton Towers, Waterworld, and Ironbridge Industrial Museum, as well as fascinating National Trust properties including Little Moreton Hall, Tatton Park and Styal Mill. Llandudno and Snowdonia make excellent day trips. Riding 2 miles. Pub mile, shops 1 miles.

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