Delamere Forest, Cheshire, England
Delamere Forest is set in 2,400 acres of forest landscape, close to Chester. A great place to explore market towns and pretty villages which are close by with some great shopping for all the family. Explore the wealth of paths, cycle and riding trails, or simply enjoy the wildlife and take in the spectacular views across seven counties.
Chester is the county town in the county of Cheshire which has great historical interest, from early Roman times right up to the present day.
Famed for its magnificent two-tier medieval arcades which are full of great small shops. Chester ranks as one of the most highly places to visit in England.
Stoke-on-Trent is a unique city affectionately known as The Potteries.
In March 1910 the six towns of Burslem, Fenton, Hanley, Longton, Stoke and Tunstall became the new town of Stoke on Trent. Wnich is only a short drive from Delamere Forest. Close enough for a day visit.
Porthmadog Coastal Town is close to Porthmadog Coastal Town is close to Delamere Forest and makes a great day out.
Pwllheli is within a short drive of Delamere Forest and makes a great day out for all the family. Pwllheli has a long association with the maritime industry. The town itself also holds a weekly market (every Wednesday), which is the largest outdoor market held in North Wales. The high street is full of activity with an array of independent retailers, where you can pick up locally produced goods and gifts. You can also pick up a decent cup of tea or coffee at one of its many cafes and bistros or why not try some locally produced ice cream.
Criccieth Gwynedd in North Wales. Criccieth is a town on the Llŷn Peninsula in the Eifionydd area of Gwynedd in Wales. 5 miles west of Porthmadog, 9 miles east of Pwllheli and 17 miles south of Caernarfon.
Visiting a castle in Cheshire and exploring the local heritage makes a great day out for all of the family. You will find some castles in ruins some are still pretty much intact, some are protected and are held so the public can visit. Castles were built for power and to defend against an enemy during war. Most castles we see today were built after the Norman Conquest. As time moved on the construction and sophistication increased to the more elaborate ones we see around today.
Great Places To Visit
You’ll find lots of great places to explore in the surrounding countryside, most within a short drive why not try Beeston Castle Cheshire.
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