Visit Tarporley and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Tarporley, Cheshire. This old town with gabled houses stretches along the A51 (A49). The Church of St Helen is medieval in origin, but considerably restored so that most of it is now 19th-century work. It has a handsome tower, long gables and great width. Notable are the monuments to the Done family, a historic name in these parts. A large marble monument depicts Jane Done (died 1662) and her sister, Mary Crewe. Another is the tomb of Sir John Crewe. There is some colourful stained glass.
The 13th-century Beeston Castle is about 3 miles South, ruins on a steep rock that gives a magnificent view. The castle was destroyed after the Civil War. It stands in the park of Peckforton Castle, one of Salvin’s best works.
Nearby towns: Chester, Crewe, Middlewich, Nantwich, Northwich
Nearby villages: Barbridge, Beeston, Bridge Trafford, Broxton, Bunbury, Burland, Calveley, Christleton, Church Minshull, Coddington, Cotebrook, Crowton, Darnhall, Delamere, Duddon, Dunham, Great Barrow, Handley, Little Budworth, Meadowbank, Mickle Trafford, Mouldsworth, Norley, Picton, Ridley, Rowton, Sandiway, Tarporley, Tarvin, Wardle, Waverton, Weaverham, Whitegate, Willington, Winsford
Have you decided to visit Tarporley or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Tarporley bed and breakfast (a Tarporley B&B or Tarporley b and b)
- a Tarporley guesthouse
- a Tarporley hotel (or motel)
- a Tarporley self-catering establishment, or
- other Tarporley accommodation