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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…..

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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

 

*Collaborative post.

 

 

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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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