Black and White Cheshire

Gawsworth Hall
If you are looking for a quality holiday or short break in the countryside, an obvious choice is a Cheshire Farm Stay, either Self Catering or Bed and Breakfast.

Cheshire is a black and white county with many half-timbered properties scattered around the villages and market towns. Black and white cottages set in beautiful gardens; historic Manor houses and medieval churches typify the
Cheshire countryside.
Wrenbury, 5 miles from Nantwich in South Cheshire, is a pretty village with two black and white houses overlooking the village green, and several half-timbered farmhouses and cottages, some dating back to the 17th Century. It’s easy to see why Prestbury Village near to Macclesfield is a magnet for Footballers and TV stars, with fine buildings such as the Priest House which dates back to 1448.
Little Moreton Hall near to Congleton is said to be the best example of a half timbered manor house in England and just a few miles away, Gawsworth Hall, near Macclesfield is a favourite with many visitors.
Black and white churches, include Marton Church, near to Macclesfield and St Oswalds at Lower Peover, the oldest aisled wooden church in England.
Whichever you choose, Self Catering or Bed and Breakfast, Cheshire Farm Stay will give you the ideal opportunity to explore the Black and White County.