Visit Warrington and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Warrington, Cheshire, is an industrial town, in which clock-making has played a part, and is a gateway to Cheshire. Nearby, the Romans had a ford across the Mersey at Latchford. Warrington was the scene of many battles from Roman times until 1648, when Cromwell entered after his victory at Preston. His statue stands near the bridge. The town was the first in the country to have a public library supported from the rates (1848). St Elphin's Church has a large l9th-century spire and a 14th-century chancel. Memorials include those of the Botelers and the Pattens. Holy Trinity is a fine church of the 18th century probably built to the designs of James Gibbs, the architect of Bank Hall (1750), the seat of the Patten family and since 1872 the Town Hall.
To the South West, across the border into Cheshire, towns such as Runcorn, Halton and Frodsham are not without their own charm and are situated in attractive landscape.
Nearby cities: Liverpool, Manchester
Nearby towns: Altrincham, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Knutsford, Northwich, Runcorn, St. Helens
Nearby villages: Appleton Thorn, Astmoor, Beechwood, Billinge, Budworth, Burtonwood, Castlefields, Clock Face, Collins Green, Comberbach, Crank, Croft, Culcheth, Daresbury, Earlestown, Frodsham, Garswood, Glazebrook, Glazebury, Golborne, Great Budworth, Great Sankey, Haydock, Irlam, Kenyon, Latchford, Leigh, Lower Whitley, Lymm, Mere, Millington, New Boston, Newton-le-Willows, Old Boston, Padgate, Partington, Patricroft, Penketh, Pickmere, Risley, Rainhill, Stockton Heath, Sutton Weaver, Thatto Heath, Thelwall, Warburton, Warrington, Widnes
Have you decided to visit Warrington or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Warrington bed and breakfast (a Warrington B&B or Warrington b and b)
- a Warrington guesthouse
- a Warrington hotel (or motel)
- a Warrington self-catering establishment, or
- other Warrington accommodation