Spring is here and many of Cheshire’s fabulous Gardens are reopening their doors to a fantastic array of plants, flowers and shrubs.
Why not head to Arley Hall to view the herbaceous border, considered the pièce de résistance and first of its kind to be planted in England. Or maybe take a look at Stonyford Cottage Gardens, with waterside iris and giant marsh marigolds set against a poolside on the edge of breathtaking Delamere Forest in the heart of Cheshire.
So what are you waiting for? Come and discover Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction this spring!
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The finest surviving example of early urban planning the UK, Port Sunlight is set in 130 acres of beautiful parkland with a mature treescape. The village was built in the late 19thC for soap factory workers by William Hesketh Lever.
Blakemere Village is a recipe of relaxed shopping mixed with a variety of activities and events ideal for a great day out!
Shop / Shopping Centre
Plants make Chester Zoo a beautiful place and you will find them used in many different ways.
50 acres of award winning gardens representing over 200 years of garden design and history.
**Winner of the Sustainable Tourism Award 2013** These outstanding award winning botanic gardens overlooking the Dee Estuary contain the finest collection of rhododendron and azaleas in the Northwest.
With 110 acres to explore, there are 11,000 animals at the award winning Chester Zoo – voted one of the top zoos in the world and the UK’s number one charity zoo.
**Winner of the Tourism Experience of the Year Award 2013 for their Deer Walks** 1,000 acres of parkland and stunning 19th century mansion, 50 acres of award-winning gardens, a working rare breed farm and Tudor old hall.
Historic House / Palace