Visit Middlewich and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Middlewich, Cheshire. The second oldest of the Cheshire salt towns, thriving today on an industry having its beginnings in Roman times. A collection of Stone Age tools and weapons and fragments of Roman pottery recently found in the area is on display in the town. One of the many encounters between Royalists and Parliamentarians took place here in 1642, resulting in the total defeat of a party of Royalist troops attacked while plundering the town. There are associations with violence of another sort: Middlewich was one of the last outposts of bear-baiting in the country.
The parish church here is mainly Perpendicular in style and contains some interesting old chairs and settles in wood together with memorials of the Venables family that date from the 17th century.
Nearby cities: Stoke-on-Trent
Nearby towns: Crewe, Holmes Chapel, Nantwich, Northwich, Sandbach, Tarporley,
Nearby villages: Acton Bridge, Allostock, Alsager, Arclid, Barbridge, Betchton, Calveley, Church Minshull, Comberbach, Crowton, Darnhall, Elworth, Great Budworth, Little Budworth, Little Leigh, Lower Peover, Marston, Meadowbank, Ollerton, Over Peover, Pickmere, Plumley, Sandbach, Sandiway, Swettenham, Tabley, Wardle, Warmingham, Weaverham, Whitegate, Wincham, Winsford
Have you decided to visit Middlewich or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Middlewich bed and breakfast (a Middlewich B&B or Middlewich b and b)
- a Middlewich guesthouse
- a Middlewich hotel (or motel)
- a Middlewich self-catering establishment, or
- other Middlewich accommodation