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Staying in Cheshire

At the top of the attraction pile sits Chester Zoo and the Cheshire Oaks Designer outlet - with up to 60% off the biggest names in fashion - and if there’s time, Gullivers World Resort, where you can spend a magical day on the family-friendly rides and rollercoasters. Our wide selection of last-minute cottages in Cheshire make for the perfect base from which to see all that Cheshire has to offer.

About Cheshire

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in cheshire to rent.

  1. Andrew

    Verified purchase

    "Yes it gets good reviews, 'gold standard' in some cases It's in good location, yes it's got a cracking view over the Mersey (and Ellesmere Port!). It was originally refurbished to quite a good standard. Wi-fi was quite good. There's no restriction on the central heating and a good supply of wood for the fire and yes the owner seems a nice guy and responds quickly to problems....however.It doesn't deserve the consistently high reviews, there are many shortcomings, mainly down to poor housekeeping and maintenance.The black sludge that gathers at the bottom of the access steps, very poor. Draining the water off the entire roof into the yard and then into a sump just where you have to walk through is a big problem in wet weather.....little wonder there's a notice asking that 'outdoor' shoes not be worn in the property.The place could be so much better with a little 'up-keep', the table top ice box needs to be replaced with a proper freezer, the flicker on the TV needs sorting, the windows need cleaning. The bottle / milk tray on the fridge door is broken. Extractors in the bathrooms need cleaning out so they actually extract. The creaky shower tray in the middle bathroom needs looking at. The windows need cleaning properly. The drinking glass inventory needs sorting, there should be at least enough wine glasses and tumblers for 6. There was a broken toilet seat too, the owner replaced it during our stay. Another problem that can't just have been during our stay was the wasps, given the number of dead wasps in the cottage (housekeeping?) it seems to be an ongoing problem. Wasps constantly probe the door and windows trying to find a way in, and they do, big ones too!Would we return, no. That said, S18157 cottage is typical of many such rentals, no one seems to check that all is OK. I doubt many owners clean their properties themselves and thus don't notice problems."
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  2. Trevor

    Verified purchase

    "S18157 was a lovely base for exploring Chester, north Cheshire and include a day trip to Liverpool, which has lots to see. The barn conversion is above the old stable so is accessed by stone steps; not suitable if disabled. The only complaint is that the area at the base of the steps has muddy slime form water daring from the sloped drive. This is very dangerous, as well as messy, and needs sorting. There are some low beams so beware if you are over 6 foot! The large communal kitchen , diner, sitting room was lovely, especially the large wooden family table; all well equipped. The bedrooms were all comfortable and the 2 bathrooms had good showers and were adequate. We had an excellent late Sunday lunch at the Hornsbill at Helsby about a mile away down Primrose Lane. Visiting Chester we recommend parking near the Roman Amphitheatre remains and walking clockwise around the old town wall, exiting at the Cathedral, whose cloisters featured in Harry Potter films. Finish by visiting the old shopping area with the Chester Rows and have afternoon tea. We also went to the Anderton Canal lift, Beeston Castle and, as we had a NZ friend with us, we had a day out in North Wales, visiting Caernarfon Castle, Aber Falls and finished with fish & chips at Llandudno sea front. We will be back to go to the Delamere Forest, Erdigg House and the other places we missed."
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  3. James

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely, very well equipped cottage that is perfect for a couple or family with young children. The main room (kitchen/dining room/living room) is very spacious with plenty of space for the to be relaxing, eating and cooking at the same time. The beds are really comfy with memory foam mattresses and the Tardis-like upstairs twin room provides a whole separate space with a sofa, loads of floor space for games (or baby's toys!) and even a reading gallery.The cottage is set in a very peaceful area and has a number of walks literally on the doorstep with the Whitegate Way a short distance away. It is also within a short drive of Chester, Chester Zoo, Biddulph Grange Gardens, Dunham Massey and Delamere Forest, so plenty to keep you busy.One thing to note as a previous review mentioned is that the only bathroom (which is lovely with a huge shower, heated floors and a large bath) is accessible from the master bedroom on the ground floor, so you need to be OK with whoever is staying in the upstairs twin room potentially wandering through the master bedroom to use the bathroom in the middle of the night.The owners have done a fantastic job of giving this cottage a real wow factor and equipped it so well for families (the washing machine was very much needed when you have a 6 month old baby and enjoy muddy walks). We would definitely stay here again."
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  4. Sally

    Verified purchase

    "This was our second visit the S18157. The location is great - very rural with a pub you can walk to and plenty of others a short drive away. The property is spacious and well laid out and a good size for our party of 6. The only blip on our stay was the boiler failing and due to the bank holiday it took half the week to be fixed and hot water/heating to be restored. Although away at the time the Owner did his best to get the matter resolved and allowed us use of his home to shower and his neighbours dropped fires round for us to borrow. The property is a good base to get to lots of places including Chester, Liverpool and all the pretty villages and attractions around - however you definitely need a car. I would happily recommend S18157."
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  5. Linda

    Verified purchase

    "Spent 4 lovely nights at this beautiful cottage set within the owners grounds in a stunning location. The photographs dont do it justice! The facilities within the cottage suited our family perfectly; we have two daughters aged 14 and 4. They were excited to sleep in the spacious loft area, sit and read and play games up there. Outside there are glorious views of perfect Cheshire! We thoroughly enjoyed the walks nearby and saw plenty of wild birds, rabbits and squirels. A great base to explore from. Friendly owners. Would we go back? Absolutely! It was truly beautiful."
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