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Directions

DIRECTIONS FROM NORTH

M6 leave at Junction 20A signposted M56 towards Chester go along to 1st Junction (J10) leave at this Junction.

Take 2nd exit left signposted A49 Whitchurch go along approximately 5 miles till you go through big iron Swing Bridge over the River Weaver.

Take 1st turn right into Acton Lane to the top of the hill Take 1st right into Cliff Road go round 2 left hand bends Take 1st left into Chapel Lane go all the way down over the bridge swing sharp right when you are on the bridge.

Ash House Farm is at the very end.

IGNORE ALL THE NO THROUGH ROAD SIGNS DIRECTIONS

SAT NAV USERS PLEASE NOTE IT SAYS REACHED DESTINATION JUST AS YOU TURN IN CHAPEL LANE, KEEP GOING TO THE VERY END OF CHAPEL LANE. 

 

FROM SOUTH

Leave at J18 M6 take left signs for MIDDLEWICH go to the first Roundabout and turn right taking signs for NORTHWICH to the Traffic Lights and turn right signs for NORTHWICH onto the A530 go to the 1st roundabout (Morrisons Warehouse) straight across.

To the next roundabout and turn left onto the A556 signposted to CHESTER, keep going over DAVENHAM ROUNDABOUT through BLUE IRON BRIDGE.

Take 1st Right at Traffic Lights signposted HARTFORD keep on this road follow round onto one way to the Traffic Lights with Hartford Church on your right turn right at the next Traffic Lights turn left .Keep on this road for about a mile and half.

Left at the end keep going about a mile and half to end HANGING GATE INN left immediately right between PUB and ADAMSONS CAR GARAGE to the end HAZEL PEAR in front of you turn right.

Turn right at The HAZEL PEAR and then turn left into CLIFF ROAD by the Triangle with the Tree and Seat. First left into CHAPEL LANE past the houses and when you are on the Bridge turn sharp right and Ash House Farm is at the end.

Alternatively you can keep on the M6 till J19 take left for CHESTER and keep going till you get to the BLUE IRON BRIDGE and follow signs above.

Should you wish to come up the A49 keep on the A49 and when you see the big Shell Service Station on your right where the A556 crosses the A49, Straight across the A556 through the Traffic Lights and to the next roundabout bear left still take signs for A49 Warrington Riverside Inn approximately ½ mile on your right.

Take 1st left into Acton Lane, 1st right at the top of the hill into Cliff Road. 1st left into Chapel Lane when you are on the bridge swing sharp right Ash House Farm is at the end.

IGNORE ALL THE NO THROUGH ROAD SIGNS

SAT NAV USERS PLEASE NOTE IT SAYS REACHED DESTINATION JUST AS YOU TURN IN CHAPEL LANE, KEEP GOING TO THE VERY END OF CHAPEL LANE

   

Use this interactive map below to assist your travel - you can also use it to plan days out around Ash House Farm (where the flag is).

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Plan your trip

We have created a Map of things to do around Ash House Farm. In the map we've highlighted four places to visit.To find out where these are and more about each one, simply click the places on the map to get detailed directions from Ash House Farm - you will be amazed how many things you can do during your stay...

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Main Attractions

There are many attractions and activities - from motor racing, stately homes and cycle tracks - within easy reach of Ash House Farm. Take a leisurely country stroll along the river on the edge of the village of Acton Bridge where river cruise trips run from just off the A49. Or visit Arley's Hall...

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Family Activities

There are a range of family activities within a short distance of Ash House Farm. Why not take the family for a visit to Arley on a weekend break. Perhaps you would like to visit Chester Zoo, which is said to be one of the best zoos in the country. If the weather is not too good there is always the Blue Planet Aquarium ... 

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Cycling in Cheshire

Ash House Farm is located near the Cheshire Cycleway Route 70. Cheshire's got the lot for cycling holidaymakers - flat routes for eating up the miles, exhilarating hills for the energetic, tarmac, tracks and tow-paths, quiet lanes and bustling market towns and a calendar's-worth of scenery...

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Holiday at Ash House Farm

Whatever the reason of your stay, you are assuared a lovely time:

  • 6 en-suite bedrooms to choose from
  • authentic local food and drink from our working farm 
  • delicious farmhouse breakfast 
  • Free Wifi
  • great location to many cities and attractions
  • ideal cycling route

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