See with us some of the best stately homes and gardens around the North West
The choice is yours. Chester has plenty to offer: take a trip on the river, walk on the walls, or visit the Cathedral and the famous ‘Rows’ two-tier galleries of shops. Chester Zoo is the UK’s largest zoological gardens, set in award winning parkland, and is a unique and exciting experience for all the family (Entrance not included)
This is one flower show that should not be missed! The show brings together a unique blend of beauty, inspiration and practical ideas, showcased in a relaxed and friendly environment, within the beautiful setting of Tatton Park. Enjoy innovative and imaginative show gardens, themed floral displays, flower arranging, talks, demonstrations, plus much more. Indulge your passion for gardening and enjoy the glorious atmosphere. (Show Entrance Included)
Ripon is one of England’s smallest cities and is known for its historic buildings including the beautiful Ripon Cathedral. The independent shops and little alleys offer the visitor a charming and quaint atmosphere. Next stop is the Forbidden Corner, a unique labyrinth of tunnels, follies, and surprises created in a four acre garden in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
Only open four times a year to raise funds for local charities, the Eaton Hall gardens, are owned by the Duke of Westminster, as part of his Eaton Estate. The gardens are a delight to wander around and on this particular charity open day there will be falconry and carriage driving displays, along with a plethora of other attractions.
A medieval street pattern 14th century St Mary’s Church, black and white timber-framed buildings and fine Georgian houses, give the market town of Nantwich a charming atmosphere. Little Moreton Hall is possibly the finest example of a timber framed moated black and white Manor House in the country and is set in one and a half acres of Elizabethan-style gardens.