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September 2016: Essexís Colne Valley

As Augustís rainy season disappears and Septemberís mellow sunshine begins the English countryside beckons alluringly. Our rivers define much about the land. They carve its ...More
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Willington Hall Hotel

Willington Hall Hotel

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The hotel stands in 17 acres of formal gardens and parkland with wonderful views across the Cheshire countryside towards the Welsh mountains. An ideal touring base for Chester and North ... More | Double Room: From £110

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Alvanley Arms

Alvanley Arms
The Alvanley Arms is a 400 year old family run Inn, nestling in the small village of Cotebrook near Tarporley in Cheshire, run by Alistair and Janet King.

Located in the heart of the Cheshire countryside ... More | Double Room: From £65 | visit website
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Peckforton Castle

Peckforton Castle

Set on a hillside above the rolling Cheshire plains, Britain's only intact medieval style castle invites you to enjoy a break with a difference within its magical, fortified walls. Any occasion, business or leisure, will be ... More | visit website

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Macdonald Portal Hotel Golf and Spa

Macdonald Portal Hotel Golf and Spa

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Our Superb new development is set to be the last word in luxury. The Centrepiece is a brand new 85 bedroom hotel offering simply the highest standards of comfort and ... More

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Edgar the Peaceable Unites English Kingdoms - 0959, World's first railway inaugurated - 1604, First edition of the News of the World - 1843, First British Cable Car Opens - 1894, Kipling publishes Kim - 1901, Lawrence of Arabia Takes Damascus - 1918, 1st McDonalds opens in London - 1974, Toxteth Riots - 1985, Durham Pioneers Congestion Charge - 2002
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