Knutsford is a charming market town in Cheshire that boasts a wealth of historic architecture, heritage attractions and stunning natural surroundings. Its picturesque streets are dotted with fine restaurants and traditional pubs, making it the perfect place for those who enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and easy access to the countryside.
The town is particularly popular with those who need to commute to Manchester, and was even named as the best place to live in the north west in The Sunday Times Best Places To Live guide, based on its excellent transport links and high quality of life for residents.
A quintessential market town within easy reach of Manchester, Knutsford provides a rare opportunity of a calm and friendly atmosphere, whilst still offering all the attractions of a major city.
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Knutsford is a picturesque area that presents many accommodation opportunities, whether you are looking for a luxury apartment in the town centre or larger accommodation in the surrounding countryside. Anyone looking to make an extended stay in Knutsford may want to consider serviced apartments—as these can offer a level of flexibility and privacy that traditional hotels cannot compete with.
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There’s plenty to do in and around Knutsford, with several beautiful parks and heritage sites in the immediate area. Tatton Park is a historic Tudor estate with a neo-classical mansion, lavish gardens, a deer park and playground that is hugely popular with tourists. There’s also Tabley House, an 18th-century paladin country house , and Arley Country House—both open to the public throughout the year, a
You can also learn about the history of Knutsford and surrounding area at the heritage centre on Kings Street.
Knutsford town centre has a collection of shops that will serve basic needs—there’s convenience stores, an outdoor goods stores and some independent retailers, but anyone looking for a day out shopping is best advised to head into nearby Warrington, which has two large shopping centres—Golden Square and Birchwood— as well as Cockhedge Shopping Park.
Knutsford has some fantastic countryside, so those staying in the town may prefer to bring their own means of transport, as this is the easy way of accessing more remote areas. However, the town also has plenty of options with regards to public transport. There are three bus services in Knutsford running routes taking you to Macclesfield, Northwich, Altrincham, Macclesfield Hospital, Wilmslow and Hale. There is also a town circular serving the town centre and its immediate vicinity. Knutsford buses do not run on Sundays. Most of the services offer discount schemes for those who make multiple trips.
Knutsford Railway Station has hourly services to both Manchester and Chester on the Mid-Cheshire Line, as well as services to Southport and Stockport. The station itself is also the central bus station and features a taxi rank and nearby bicycle hire.