Situated in the beautiful Cheshire village of Beeston with great access to local amenities, transport and things to do.

In an area populated with impressive local landmarks such as Beeston Castle and its spectacular views across Cheshire and the Mersey, Peckforton Hills and the nearby Shropshire Union Canal, there are endless opportunities to experience the Cheshire countryside at its best. Good local schools and nearby towns and villages provide day to day resources you might need as well as independent shops & boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants.

The walled city of Chester is just 10km away, sitting on the banks of the River Dee and home to the famous Chester Racecourse.

However you like to spend your downtime, you will be spoilt for choice with things to do for you, your family, and friends.



Eaton Primary School

A happy and high achieving community school in a beautiful rural setting.

Bunbury Aldersey Primary School

At the heart of everything is a personalised approach to each unique individual as part of our Christian Community.

Tarporley Primary School

A welcoming and friendly Church school that provides high-quality education for children aged 4-11.

Tarporley High School

Tarporley High is an outstanding 11-18 academy school at the heart of a rural Cheshire.


Beeston Castle

With spectacular views across Cheshire, Pennines, Welsh Mountains and the Mersey, Beeston is one of the most dramatically sited medieval castles in England. Dating back 4,000 years, a visit to the castle also offers woodland areas, exhibitions, a medieval roundhouse and refreshments as well as many events held throughout the summer months.

Delamere Forest

Beautiful surroundings but offering so much more – if the walking and cycling trails are not your thing, then why not try Nordic walking, horse riding, or take a walk around the Gruffalo trail or if you prefer to be above ground then Go Ape could be for you. If you prefer something a little more active, compete in one of the many parks runs and events that take place throughout the year.

The Sandstone Trail

Steeped in history, the trail was voted by ITV viewers as one of Britain’s Favourite Walks. It offers sightings of wild birds, flowers, and butterflies as well as ponds and marl pits along the way. Everything from windsurfing to mountain boarding is on offer as well as live music events and concerts held at different venues around the route.

The Shropshire Union Canal

Covering approx. 66 miles, the canal is used for kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding as well as fishing. With views of the Cheshire countryside, the canal will take you past Chester and Audlem to Ellesmere Port where you can finish your journey with a visit to the waterway’s museum.

Cheshire Ice Cream Farm

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the North West, the farm holds the Guinness World Record for the largest ice cream shop in the world and the biggest sand and water play area in Europe


A huge woodland full of family fun, imagination and outdoor adventures based on the author and creator Tom Bloefield. Explore the wonky world of treehouses, whiz down super slides, swing on giant swings and zip along extra long zip wires with storytelling and creative crafts amongst other things!

Crocky Trail

Travel along the mile long trail that consists of scrambling through trees, climbing over crooked bridges, giant slides, chain bridges and so much more while you cross the Crocky stream.

Portal Golf Club

Located in Tarporley, Cheshire the club has 3 courses – The Championship, The Premiership and The Arderne, all of these fairways and greens are set amongst the beautiful Cheshire landscape, providing the perfect backdrop to a round of golf.

Instinct Gym and Wellbeing

If you are a keen gym-goer then Instinct is for you, a new state of the art gym & wellbeing centre that offers fitness coaching, wellbeing and healthcare – all under one roof. With state-of-the-art equipment and an outdoor training area, this really is the place for you.


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