Serviced Apartments in Cheshire
What’s on in Cheshire
Cheshire is an area bursting with things to see and do from amazing attractions to beautiful gardens, stunning stately homes to fabulous spa hotels, there is something for everyone.
Chester is a classic, contemporary city bursting with must see treasures, 2000 years of history and spectacular shopping. Visit Chester for a short break and choose from a fabulous range of accommodation, from luxury hotels to cosy self catering cottages, friendly farmhouses to campsites, you are sure to find something to suit you.
Where to stay in Cheshire
Cheshire has a huge amount of places to stay, ranging from rustic country houses to chic city apartments. Those planning an extended stay in the area may be best of checking out serviced apartments, as these offer a kind of home-from-home whilst still boasting many of the benefits of a traditional hotel, such as room cleaning and reception services. The Squa.re present a range of such properties, located across the county, with each being specifically chosen according to our exacting standards. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment of functional corporate housing, we can find the perfect place to meet your needs and budget.
What to do in Cheshire
Cheshire is a diverse and fascinating county that offers visitors plenty to see and do, with each of its towns boasting their own unique character. Whether you enjoy strolling around historic estates, thrill-seeking in them parks or simply enjoying world class cuisine, the region has something to offer everyone.
The region is great for those visiting with children, as there are numerous parks, adventure playground and family-themed attractions dotted all over the area. There are also plenty of educational attractions in the region, ranging from Roman-era sites to museums dedicated to science and technology.
With plenty of historic market towns, Cheshire is also a fantastic place to explore the delights of regional England. Chester, Crewe and Knutsford all feature plenty of traditional pibs and restaurants serving local produce, as well as their own attractions and landmarks that are all too often overlooked for big city attractions
Tips for staying in Cheshire
Places to eat
Cheshire has some of the best dining options anywhere in the UK. Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, Pecks Restaurant and Alderley Edge Hotel & Restaurant are all great options for a sophisticated night out, offering select menus of five and seven courses. Alternatively, for something a little more casual, there’s places like Sticky Walnut and the Fox and Hounds gastro pub.
Cheshire has plenty of great places to shop, with numerous large scale shopping malls as well as plenty of independent and specialist stores. The Forum Shopping Centre in Cheshire, Grosvenor Mall in Macclesfield and The Market Shoping Centre in Crewe are all great options for getting everything under one roof, whilst those looking to pick up designer fashions at reduced prices can head to Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet.
Cheshire has plenty to see and do, with attractions ranging from heritage estates to adventure parks. Tatton Park and Lyme Park feature expansive gardens and stately homes, whilst the Grosvenor museum houses galleries on Chester's local history and Cheshire's natural history. Those visiting the area with kids can check out the Blue Planet Aquarium, Chester Zoo or the ever-popular Gulliver's World.
Cheshire is exceptionally well connected via a comprehensive public transport network. Railway stations in Crewe and Chester offer fast services south towards London, as well as up to Manchester and Liverpool. There are also plenty of bus services operating across the county, offering a cheap and convenient way of getting around the rural/residential areas. Hiring a car is another alternative, as the roads and highways in the region are easy to navigate and offer access to the wider UK.
Cheshires economy is largely built around agriculture, however the county also makes an important contribution in the fields of automotive engineering, financial services, and tourism.
Carmaker Bentley operates a major plant in the area, being one of the major employers along with Tata Chemicals Europe and The Hut Group. There are also several independent financial services firms operating locally, such as Chartwell Financial Services and Burfield Financial Planning.