Self catering holiday cottages in Farndon, Cheshire, England
About Farndon for Cottage Holidays
Farndon itself has many little quirks to offer to anybody who decides to visit it. From a bridge that is said to be haunted to a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and with a couple of claims to fame, this quiet yet quirky village offers a chilled out getaway with an edge. The Farndon bridge was constructed in medieval times and is rumoured to be haunted, so if you’re interested in things that go bump in the night, then this could definitely be somewhere for you to visit. Whether you choose to visit the bridge because of its spooky rating or because of it’s history though, it is one of Farndon’s main landmarks and really is a thing or beauty - the perfect thing for any budding photographer.
If you’re more into nature, Farndon cliffs offer you unusual sandstone patterns and a site of Special Interest. Located next to the beautiful river, it really is the perfect site to stop and have a picnic after going on a long and refreshing country walk.
And, if you want something a little more glamourous, Farndon can even offer this too with Paul Burrell and Ricky Tomlinson both having links to the area, surely that is something to boast about!
In under an hour you could reach Wrexham in Wales, Outlet shopping in Cheshire Oaks, culture, music and shopping in Liverpool, historic sites in Chester, Chester Zoo, Knowsley Safari Park and at least 3 beaches, one of which is Crosby Beach, famous for the ‘Another Place‘ sculpture by Antony Gormley or iron men placed along the beach. So, if you want somewhere quiet to stay while still being able to reach lots of fun activities to ensure that you and your family, Farndon really could be the place for you. Whether you like history, art, culture or shopping, it is all accessible to you in less than an hour, allowing you to enjoy staying in peaceful surroundings without worrying that someone will moan that they’re bored.
Although it may seem quiet, Farndon has plenty to offer to anyone looking to take a cottage holiday there and if you fancy staying in blissfully idyllic scenery without feeling too rural, it could really be perfect for you.
Book a Farndon cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Cheshire on holiday.