Chester , Cheshire is one of the best preserved Roman cities in the United Kingdom. It was founded in the 1st century AD England, and is noted for its extensive Roman walls. A Roman amphitheatre is located just outside the old city walls. The shopping district is distinguished by the two tier covered arcades known as The Rows, and Tudor half-timbered buildings.
Oulton Park is a racing track comprising of 320 acres of Cheshire countryside providing car and bike competition racing from April to October, including British Superbikes, British Touring Cars and Formula 3. It is based in the village of Little Budworth, Cheshire. It occupies much of the area which was previously known as the Oulton Estate and the track is set in the grounds of Oulton Hall, which were used as an army staging camp by General Patton prior to the Normandy landings.
Tarporley is a large and picturesque village in Cheshire which is also a shopper's paradise. The High Street is subject to conservation laws wherein Georgian and Victorian buildings have become home to restaurants, cafes and businesses. The village is home to the Tarporley Hunt Club which is the oldest surviving society of its type. The club's patron is Charles, Prince of Wales.
Beeston Castle crowning a rocky sandstone crag above the Cheshire Plain, Beeston Castle is one of the most dramatically positioned medieval castles in England. It was built in the 1220s by Ranulf deBlondeville, 6th Earl of Chester, on his return from the Crusades. In 1237, Henry III took over the ownership of Beeston, and it was kept in good repair until the 16th century, when it was considered to be of no further military use, although it was pressed into service again in 1643, during the English Civil War.
Go Ape, Delamere Forest & Crocky Trail - Award-winning outdoor adventure activities for all the family. Set within spectacular forest surroundings, people of all ages can experience a variety of challenging or more leisurely pursuits either on a Tree Top Adventure or exploration of the forest floor on all-terrain Segways.
Tarvin a nearby village with many amenities. These include Tarvin County Primary School, two churches, the oldest being the Grade I Listed St Andrews, two public houses, a post office, hairdressers, pharmacy, doctors and dental surgeries and a small supermarket. Other amenities include a petrol station, boutique, a chip shop and tennis and bowling clubs. Apart from the name Terve, listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 and the current name Tarvin, the village was also known as Terfyn, the british word for 'boundary'.
Tile Farm - a custom built track incorporating hill peaks, cambered corners, weaving bends and long staights with European ATV Safety Institute qualified instructors offering guided tours across miles of tracks, incorporating wooded areas and open farmland along the River Gowy. It is ideally suited to Enduro, Trail or Quad bikes.