Visit Cheadle and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Cheadle, Cheshire. A pleasant residential area some 7 miles south east of Manchester but with little left to show of its early history. There is evidence that the Romans maintained a fortification here and that the Anglo-Saxons set up a stone cross on the south bank of the Mersey dedicated to St Chad, from whose name Cheadle is derived. With the coming of the Normans the place had identity enough to be listed in the Domesday Book. The first church at Cheadle was built in about 1200 but burnt down in 1520. Only a few fragments of glass and two old monuments remained for incorporation in the 16th-century rebuilding, but the 16-windowed clerestory lighting the nave, with its two chapels, and the three stone monuments of knights in armour, together with the many sculptured figures projecting from the exterior are points of unusual interest.
Moseley Old Hall, at the end of Cuthbert Road off Stockport Road, is a half-timbered building bearing the date 1666. It has been much restored in recent times, although a large fire-place and part of a staircase remain unchanged.
Nearby cities: Manchester
Nearby towns: Altrincham, Poynton, Stockport, Wilmslow
Nearby suburbs: Bramhall, Didsbury, Cheadle Hulme, Hale, Heaton Mersey, Wythenshawe
Nearby airports: Manchester Airport
Have you decided to visit Cheadle or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Cheadle bed and breakfast (a Cheadle B&B or Cheadle b and b)
- a Cheadle guesthouse
- a Cheadle hotel (or motel)
- a Cheadle self-catering establishment, or
- other Cheadle accommodation