Tarporley looks like a real village should and nestles in the heart of relaxing Cheshire. A considerable length of
Tarporley High Street is designated as a conservation area. It developed its present style during the 18th and 19th centuries. Today Tarporley is home to a wide variety of individual shops and eating hoses catering for every taste. Most of the establishments are small family run businesses giving friendly personal service to their customers.
Tarporley is situated off the A49, six miles south of Sandiway, Northwich, fifteen miles north of Whitchurch and approximately ten miles from both Chester and Nantwich.
The A49 north of Tarporley to Sandiway has been designated ‘a place of distinction’ and is marketed as ‘Destination 49’ - www.destination49.co.uk.
The six miles offer visitors a unique opportunity for great places to stay, eat, shop and visit, all on a linear route 10 minutes from each other, with Blakemere Craft Centre at one end and Tarporley village at the other.
Between these two are hotels, pubs, the oldest polo club in England, the renowned Hollies Farm Shop, Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre and much more.
Public TransportThere is a regular bus service (No. 84) to and from Chester and also to and from Nantwich.
The nearest railway is Cuddington, with main line stations at Chester and Crewe.
The Shropshire Union Canal passes through Beeston 1 mile from Tarporley
Access:Our chocolate shop and coffee shop premises have been designed to provide access for all, with wide aisles, no steps and grab rails where necessary. We have a full access statement and can provide a copy on request. We always appreciate any comments that can help to improve the access and overall facilities.
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