Cheshire is one of the most beautiful counties in England and Barge Holidays in Cheshire are one of the best ways to see it. The Bridgewater Canal is one of the main waterways in the area, stretching from Runcorn to Manchester, taking in some wonderful towns along the way. No matter what you like to spend your days doing, there will be an option for that in Cheshire.
Lymm is a village located close to Warrington. There are many attractions there for those who are looking for a little tranquillity. Lymm Dam is a popular destination for those who enjoy bird watching and walking and it is the ideal place to have a picnic break from your Barge Holidays in Cheshire. The village has a number of quaint pubs, although there are also cafes and restaurants. The village has regular historical events where the locals dress in period costume and hold fairs and fetes.
The next main town on the route is Altrincham. This is part of the more affluent area of Cheshire and is home to football players from Manchester United, Manchester City and other local teams. The town has a good shopping area and a theatre for those who are looking for a cultural evening out. On the outskirts of the town is the village of Dunham, home to the National Trust property of Dunham Massey. This property has a large area of parkland and those who choose to picnic there will be able to watch the deer wandering past.
Another potential stop for those on Barge Holidays in Cheshire is Wilmslow. This is reputed to be one of the best places to meet a millionaire, but for those who don’t, the town has good shopping facilities and there is a good nightlife there, with clubs, bars and restaurants. The Cheshire Ring Boat Hire is something you will enjoy and want to experience time and time again, so check out the boats available for you to rent right now.