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Explore the Best of Cheshire by Coach

Cheshire is a county in the northwest of England, and it's full of interesting places to visit. From stunning gardens and parks to historical buildings and castles, there's something for everyone. If you're planning a coach trip to explore all of the great sights that Cheshire has to offer, here are some top spots that you won't want to miss.


Tatton Park


Tatton Park Cheshire
Tatton Park Cheshire

Tatton Park is one of the most popular attractions in Cheshire and an absolute must-visit if you're traveling by coach. This breathtaking estate features a Tudor mansion, lake, deer park, gardens, and more. Take a stroll through the beautiful grounds or take a guided tour of the mansion house itself - all while enjoying spectacular views of this historic park.


Chester Zoo


Chester Zoo
Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo is one of the largest zoos in Britain and home to more than 30,000 animals from around the world. It's also one of Chester's major tourist attractions, so don't miss out on an opportunity to explore it. With over 125 acres of land to explore, there's plenty to see and do at Chester Zoo - perfect for a fun family day out!


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Delamere Forest



Delamere Forest is an ancient woodland located near Northwich. Spanning over 1000 hectares (2500 acres) it offers plenty for visitors to see and do - from walking trails and cycle paths to outdoor activities like archery or orienteering. Whether you're looking for some outdoor recreation or just want to escape into nature for a few hours, Delamere Forest is definitely worth visiting on your coach trip!


Beeston Castle


Beeston Castle Cheshire
Beeston Castle

Beeston Castle is a 13th century English castle that stands atop an ancient sandstone hill. It's one of the most iconic castles in Britain and it offers spectacular views from its height. Visiting Beeston Castle will give you a glimpse into the past - and a chance to explore the ruins, which include a medieval hall and chapel.


Jodrell Bank Observatory


Jodrell Bank Observatory
Jodrell Bank Observatory

The Jodrell Bank Observatory is an iconic landmark, renowned for its giant Lovell Telescope. This impressive telescope has been used to observe distant galaxies and it's even been featured in the Harry Potter films! While visiting, you can take a guided tour to learn more about the history of this incredible telescope and find out how it's been used to explore space.


Chirk Castle


Chirk Castle
Chirk Castle

Chirk Castle is a 700-year-old medieval castle located in the Welsh Marches of the county of Denbighshire, North Wales. It was built in 1295 by Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, and has been inhabited for centuries. The castle is now owned by the National Trust and is open to visitors.


Chester City Walls


Chester City Walls
Chester City Walls

The city walls of Chester are one of the most impressive and well-preserved monuments in Britain. The walls have been standing since Roman times, and have been an integral part of the city's history for centuries. Constructed between AD70 and AD120, the walls encircle the ancient city of Chester, a designated UNESCO World Heritage


The Quarry Bank Mill


The Quarry Bank Mill
The Quarry Bank Mill

Quarry Bank Mill is an iconic 18th century cotton mill located in the Cheshire countryside. It was built by Samuel Greg in 1784, and is now preserved as a museum and garden. Visitors can explore the mill to learn about its history, explore its grounds, or even take part in workshops and other activities.


National Trust - Lyme Park


Lyme Park
Lyme Park

National Trust - Lyme is a stunning property located in Cheshire, England. It was first acquired by the National Trust in 1946 and has been lovingly restored to its former glory ever since. The house and gardens are a prime example of 18th Century neo-classical architecture, with breathtaking views overlooking the River Dee and estuary.


Cheshire has so much beauty and history packed into its borders that it can be hard knowing where best to start when exploring this lovely county by coach! Tatton Park offers stunning views while Chester Zoo houses nearly every animal imaginable - both are must-sees when taking any kind of coach tour throughout Cheshire! Don't forget about Delamere Forest either; this ancient woodland offers plenty of walking trails as well as other activities like archery or orienteering. No matter which places you choose make sure they're all part of your itinerary - you'll be glad you did!


Coach Hire Cheshire

Coach Hire Direct can help with your Coach Hire to any destination in Cheshire. We provide coaches and minibus hire to sporting events, Manchester airport transfers, shopping trips, weddings, Manchester theatre trips, school trips, business trip and much more. Our large fleet of secure vehicles include Executive coaches (luxury coaches), MIDI coaches, corporate coach hire and minibuses.

All of our well maintained coaches come with air con and wi fi facilities for your entertainment, the fleet range in size but can comfortably seat 16-56 passengers, some of our private coaches have toilets. We take pride in our vehicles to ensure that they are reliable, efficient and safety is paramount.


All of our experienced DBS drivers are professional and courteous and will ensure that our customers have a pleasant and safe journey and most importantly arrive on time at your destination! We can cater for corporate events, pick ups, weddings, tourists, schools, day trips around the North West including Manchester and even further afield to Central London. We provide cheap coach hire the whole of the North West and Europe.


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