Landsdowne Road , Stamford Bridge, Tarvin, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 8ELView on map
Why stay here ...
Based in the hamlet of Stamford Bridge, the site is easily accessible from the North Wales Expressway and Manchester. It provides an ideal location for visiting Cheshire, North Wales and the surrounding area.
The Roman city of Chester is 2 miles away; Chester Zoo, the Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet and Ellesmere Port Boat Museum are 10 minutes away. Lesser-known local attractions are the medieval Beeston Castle, Manley Mere and the newly opened Wild Shore Water sports and aqua park in Delamere, Go Ape High Ropes and Cheshire Segway and the Crocky Trail.
Alternatively, the area is well served with public footpaths and cycleways, Hockenhall Platts being a popular 8 km walk over three medieval packhorse bridges and a section of Roman Watling Street.
The newly refurbished Stamford Bridge Inn which is renowned for its quality food and drink is a short walk away. Alternatively, the White Horse Inn in Great Barrow can be reached by walking along fields or taking a short drive. A nearby Spar shop supplies groceries, gas and papers.
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- CH3 8EL
- Lat 53.202565 / Lon -2.797361
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- Buses go to: Chester, Crewe
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Chester
- Train station within 5 miles
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We had to get up to Chester to see a very ailing Mother-in-law and looked around for sites but Chester being Chester on a bank holiday and every where was full, except.... I looked on line at the site and the reviews and decided it was good for a stay. I didn't check the book to see the facilities etc on site, and didn't question the owner when I booked, so when I turned up and there wasn't a toilet/shower block I was a bit shocked. I have been molly-coddled by using Certified Sites. The site was nice, clean and small, just about right for 5 vans, the ground slightly soft because of the weather. There is a very nice pub very near to the site and a local Spar/Subway about 2-300yds away. I met Mrs Johnson on our second day and paid her the due amount. A very pleasant and chatty lady, and although I was in a bit of a hurry I stopped and talked to her for about 15 mins. All in all we enjoyed our stay there. Whether or not we stay there or at another CL depends on how we feel about our main comforts in life but if I did I would be very happy to go back there. The access is a bit tight but there is a caravan storage area right next to the site so plenty of people with varying sizes of cars and 'vans have managed it in the past.