Hidden Gems Cheshire

We have had weather alerts, news, and everyone seems to be getting ready for the snow on the way. So far I have seen only showers of snow flakes on and off, but I have hoping we have a bit of snow this weekend, but not too much.

Good thing I plan to be indoors today. I like to watch the snow from the comfort of my home. A few photos in the snow can be cute too but anything else is not my style. I don’t cope well in extreme temperatures…..




If the weather permits, I would love to visit some hidden gems around my town. I have had a few on my mind but not really had the time to explore them properly. I plan to continue my driving lessons this year. I think it is time I finally ticked that off my to-do list so wish me luck. Being able to drive would make my life a lot easier. And it means I would be able to explore my area easier. To start off, I need to compare car insurance prices so I get the best deal for my provisional license. That is on to-do list.

Here are 2 of my favourite hidden gems in Cheshire –


Tatton Park Knutsford – National Trust – Tatton Park, Tatton Park Gardens, Mereheath Dr, Knutsford WA16 6QN

This historic estate with Tudor hall, neo-classical mansion, lavish gardens, a deer park and playground, is one park I really want to visit. I seen it from a distance on a few occasions and it looks like a fun place to explore with the family.




It is free to explore Tatton Park but there is a fee to enter the stately home.


Delamere Forest – Delamere Forest, Linmere, Delamere, Northwich, Cheshire CW8 2JD

The kids love the outdoors so I am sure Delamere Forest would make an amazing family day out destination. I also think it would be great for an outfit photo shoot. The views are amazing.




Have you visited these places? What are your thoughts? Do you have any hidden gem in your area?


*Collaborative post.



10 responses

  1. We are snowed in this week, like you I don’t cope very well with extreme temperatures. But obviously there is some beauty in a snowy countryside. I could imagine Delamere Forrest, to be a beautiful spot to be, even with snow!

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