Cheshire Historic Towns and Villages





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HISTORY CORNER

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British History Quiz

This politician is generally regarded as the first Prime Minister



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This Day in British History

17 December, 1849

First bowler hat sold

The hat was made for Norfolk gamekeepers by T and W Bowler of Southwark

Monarch Mayhem

This king died at Burgh by Sands, Cumbria



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Neston (Self catering)
Badgers Rake, Neston

Badgers Rake

This stylish, detached bungalow is nestled behind the owners' family home, on the edge of the pretty hamlet of Burton, 2.5 miles from Neston, on the popular Wirral Peninsula and …
Sleeps 4

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Chester (Self catering)
Commonhall Cottage, Chester

Commonhall Cottage

This semi-detached cottage is within the city walls in the centre of Chester and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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Crewe (Hotel)
Crewe Hall - A QHotel

Crewe Hall - A QHotel

Contrasting the best mix of old and new styles, Crewe Hall is a Grade 1 stately home with a sympathetic modern addition offering stylish comfort. Enjoy a break in the … more >>

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Nantwich (Hotel)
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa

Rookery Hall is set in 38 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside, and yet conveniently located close to the M6, Crewe, Manchester and Liverpool. The Hall was built in 1816 and … more >>

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