Cheshire, also known as the County Palatine of Chester, and archaically, as the County of Chester; is a ceremonial county in England, sitting between the West Midlands and the North West. The western edge of the county forms England's border with Wales.
Apart from the large towns along the River Mersey and the historic city of Chester, it is mostly rural, with a number of small towns and villages that support an agricultural industry. It is historically famous as a former principality and for the production of Cheshire cheese, salt, bulk chemicals, and woven silk.
From the rolling Cheshire Plain to formal parks and gardens; mountains to moorlands; estuaries and exotic planting, there's a different view every day. Embrace the seasons in the magnificent Cheshire's Gardens of Distinction. There are over 30 different beautiful gardens to see all around Cheshire, whether nationally recognised or locally treasured they are all included. Looking at the variety of gardens would make a lovely day out for anyone.
Below you will find the luxury boutique hotels located in Cheshire, find a small, boutique hotel in Cheshire for romantic retreats, business and conference facilities, luxurious holidays or relaxing, short weekend breaks in
Alderley Edge and Chester.