Places to visit

Bunbury Mill

The site has been used for corn milling since 1290 and it is now restored and working.

It is one of the few remaining watermills in the region capable of grinding wheat to food standard flour

The Mill is open Sundays April – October 1pm – 5pm.

Mill Lane, Bowes Gate Road, Bunbury. CW6 9PP

The Bunbury Mill website can be found here 

Beeston Castle

This ‘Castle of the Rock’ is famous for its spectacular views, which take in no less than eight counties on a clear day. From its lookout point at the top of a mighty crag, you can see from the Pennines all the way to the Welsh mountains.

Shop and nearby Cafe.

English Heritage, Chapel Lane, Beeston, Cheshire – CW6 9TX      01829 260464

Bunbury Staircase Locks

Situated on the Shropshire Union Canal, a mile to the north of the village of Bunbury are two wide beamed staircase locks. Brightly coloured narrow boats can often be seen navigating through this difficult double feature but it boasts a picturesque and timeless location in the historic rolling hills of the Cheshire countryside.   

Narrowboats can be hired for the day or longer.

Bunbury, Cheshire CW6 9QB 01829 260957  

Cheshire Workshops

A visitor attraction providing fun and entertainment for all ages.


Chester,Cheshire,CH3 9PF

Tel: 01829 770401

 Oulton Park

Race circuit with formula 3’s, British Superbikes and touring car racing.

Little Budworth, Tarporley. View their website for further details of events. Click here

Tel: 01829 760301

Cheshire  Ice Cream Adventure Park

An attraction for all the family. View the website here for full details.

Drumlan Hall Farm, Newton lane Tattenhall,

Chester Cheshire, CH3 9NE

01829 770446

Snugburys Ice Cream

Another place to indulge your love of ice cream and more. View website here.

Park Farm, Chester Rd, Hurleston, Nantwich CW5 6BU, United Kingdom 01270 624830


Cheshire Fisheries

Situated near the village of Tattenhall. Trout and coarse lakes for anglers of all ages.

5 ponds for fly and coarse fishing.

Equipment hire available.

Tattenhall Lane, Tattenhall.

Website here

Tel: 01829 770041

Cholmondeley Castle Gardens

The romantic Gothic castle – a product of the early 19th century – stands on a high rise above a lake. The castle is surrounded by sweeping lawns and a variety of mature trees, including Cedars of Lebanon, Oak, and Chestnut. The gardens surrounding the castle provide a lovely mix of colour and height, with intriguing walks around the lake. There is a Temple Water Garden, Rose Garden, a variety of mixed borders. Plantings are planned to provide colour at all times of the year.

Located off the A49 Whitchurch/Tarporley Road, between Bunbury and Whitchurch. The entrance to the gardens is off the A49 at the Cholmondeley Arms Pub crossroads post code SY14 8ET. For further details please use the castle website found here.