Walking Holiday Cottages and B&B in Cheshire
Stay in the Cheshire countryside with one of Farm Stay’s B&Bs or self-catering. Explore and enjoy the fresh country air by going walking. It is a great way to enjoy quality family time. It's fun, it's free and you're bound to see lots of interesting things along the way.
Here are some of Cheshire's best walks that will hopefully inspire you to get out and about.
Delamere Forest, on the Sandstone Trail, is an ideal place to go for a walk. With its dry sandstone paths, lots of mature trees to shade or shelter under depending on the weather and Blakemere Moss, it also has a lake ideal for bird watchers.
Explore the wonderful 1000 acre deer park on this walk in Knutsford where you'll be able to see the rare-breed farm with cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, goats and donkeys up close.
This is one of Cheshire's most popular route with walkers, on the Sandstone Trail. It's not for the faint hearted but you will be rewarded throughout with stunning views of the surrounding valleys. On clear days it is possible to see as far as the Liver Building and Ellesmere Port.
Countess of Chester Country Park
The Countess of Chester Country Park brings the countryside closer to the city, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy natural and peaceful surroundings as you wander around the park’s pathways. It's ideal for families who want to go out for a stroll or enjoy a picnic in the countryside.
Caldy Valley Nature Park
Caldy Nature Park in Great Boughton is a small area of wetland, woodland and meadows situated extremely close to Chester city centre.
This circular walk is 3.75 miles long and will take you around three and a half hours. It’s a fairly easy walk through Beeston and the stunning
The North Cheshire Way
A 71-mile (114 km) long-distance footpath in Cheshire. It runs approximately eastwards from Hooton railway station on the Wirral peninsula to Disley railway station on the edge of the Peak District, where it connects with the Gritstone Trail. There is a 6-mile (9.7 km) spur from Chester to Croughton.
The Gritstone Trail
A fantastic challenging walk with great scenery
Enjoy the woodland glades, a deer park, the gardens and the house on this pleasant stroll around the Dunham Massey estate near Altrincham. The terrain is very easy on the whole, but be aware that the rain leaves patches of the ground quite marshy. Deer roam freely throughout the park, so dogs must be kept on a lead.
The Salt Way, Middlewood Way, Cheshire Cycle Way, Marshes Way
Whichever way you wish to go, Cheshire has the walk for you and Cheshire Farm B and B and self catering cottage providers will help you to plan your route.
So, if you're looking for a Walking Holiday in Cheshire, and would like to stay in one of our holiday cottage or B&B properties, please use the search on the left of this page with ‘Cheshire’ as your Location.