Blakemere Village is proud to announce the launch of their new touring park. Set in the heart of Cheshire and based on the already long established visitor attraction site, it hosts 52 large and medium size caravan pitches, a camping area, large amenities block, reception with shop as well as a chill-out and games room, making it the perfect get away for those looking to pitch up and relax. The site also offers electric and water hook-up, grey waste disposal and TV aerial connection and free WIFI in ‘The Den’ games and chill out room and free hotspots across Blakemere Village, those needing to stay connected will be right at home.
The new park is based on a great tourist attraction that was created over 20 years ago and is still, to this day, owned and run by the Gerrard family. The Edwardian stable block is the heart of the centre and since 1878 has changed and developed, to now offer beautiful boutique style shops selling everything from freshly baked cakes and homeware to jewellery, clothes and sweets. There are daily activities at Blakemere catering for all ages, tastes and budgets. Bird of Prey aviaries, a huge play barn, archery, air rifles, low ropes and segway experiences along with paint-a-pot studio, mini race track, bushcraft in the woods and crazy golf all add to a fun experience while you stay at Blakemere. Regular events throughout the year including a fantastic christmas schedule, when Santa comes to visit, all mean that you and your family will never be stuck for something to do.
Blakemere Village and its touring park are open 7 days a week, all year round.
Ideally situated off the A556, within easy reach of the M6, M56 and with great transport links to Chester. For shops and local amenities Northwich town centre is only 3.5 miles away. Conveniently located for Cuddington and Hartford train stations. Local attractions include Cheshire Falconry, Oulton Park Race Circuit, Beeston Castle and Blakemere Craft Centre.
The Blue Cap is less than 1 mile from our Cheshire Falconry Centre.
The Holly Bush is one of the oldest pubs in the country dating back to the 16th Century. The Inn and Barns Accommodation are situated in the Bartington Green Conservation area. The area covers only 2.04 hectares and is the smallest conservation area in the Vale Royal Borough.
There is a Grade II listing on the barn and pub, which was previously a working farm. The Holly Bush is a privately owned public house since 1993.
The Holly Bush is approx. 5 miles from our Cheshire Falconry Centre.
Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park is beautifully situated in the very heart of Cheshire. The privately owned and family run park attracts families, couples, and individuals, and is a dog friendly site. Touring Caravans, Motorhomes, and Tents are all welcome. The park comprises an 85 marked pitch touring field in 14 acres of Cheshire countryside and welcomes rallies.
Located on the B5152, close to Delamere Forest, Chester and Oulton Park, Lady Heyes is 2 miles from Frodsham, which is a delightful market town with eateries and shops, and has varied outdoor activity and tourist attractions in the area.
Lady Heyes is approx. 7.5 miles from our Cheshire Falconry Centre.