Self-catering holiday accommodation in Cheshire with own parking facilities

2 rental properties match your search for Self catering cottages apartments and holiday homes in Cheshire England with parking facilities

Lake View House, Farndon, Cheshire, Northern England, England

5 bedroom Rural Retreat

sleeps 4 - 10 guests
4 - 10
5 bedrooms
5
3 bathrooms
3
dog-friendly cottage, 1 dog(s) welcome
1
5 star

Ideal for groups of friends or family, this 5 bedroom holiday house boasts idyllic lake views over the coarse fishing lake in the garden, plus enjoys access to the excellent leisure facilities at the neighbouring caravan park where there is an outdoor swimming pool, a games room with pool and table tennis, plus a tennis court, all just 10 miles from historic Chester.

Special features: free internet access, tennis court, games room.

Weekly Price from: £795
Next availability:
from 24 June to 25 June 21 from 07 September to 10 September 21

Brookbank farm, Blackden Heath, Cheshire, Northern England, England

7 bedroom Large Country House

sleeps 2 - 18 guests
2 - 18
7 bedrooms
7
7 bathrooms
7
no dogs allowed

Large and spacious holiday farmhouse with outdoor private hot tub and games room, set in the stunning Cheshire countryside, ideal for groups of friends (including hens or stags) or family breaks.

Special features: free internet access, games room, outdoor hot tub.

Weekly Price from: £2049
Next availability:
from 14 June to 25 June 21 from 27 June to 02 July 21

Visiting Cheshire for a holiday or short break? It would be wise to rent a cottage with its own dedicated parking, especially if staying in a town or city. Cheshire is densely populated, it contains the large urban sprawl of Warrington. The cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Chester are all fairly close together. A selection of accommodation that has parking provided is listed below. Find self-catering country cottages, holiday cottages and apartments, city centre flats, houseboats, town houses and other holiday accommodation in Cheshire, north west England, some with driveways, others with parking spaces. Avoid fighting with traffic on holiday and ensure that you have your own parking space.

Whilst in Cheshire, do visit Chester if you get the chance. The city centre has an olde worlde look because of the high number of period buildings that house shops and restaurants. The city is proud of its well preserved Roman heritage , visitors often walk the old walls. Riverside walksare another possible pleasure, especially on a warm summer's day.