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Crewe

Crewe is a unique town in Cheshire, one that’s origin lies in the 19th century, built as a railway workshop, the town soon expanded and grew into the cultural hub that we see today. The town is still immensely popular with those interested in railway history, but also offers many other activities in the area, as well as easy travel links to Manchester, Liverpool and Wales. One of the fantastic things about this town’s railway links is the ease at which visitors can traverse the surrounding areas, taking day trips up and down the country to visit a huge range of attractions.

Visitors to the area often enjoy a variety of nearby national parks and green spaces to choose from. The surrounding area also holds many stately homes, halls and grand gardens, which are wonderful to explore on a day out, walking the grounds and taking a picnic on warmer days. There are also two shopping centres, a delightful high street as well as indoor and outdoor markets to choose from for those in need of some retail therapy.

We love Crewe because...

  • Fascinating town heritage
  • Easy access to major cities
  • Surrounded by English countryside
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Hotels in Crewe
Wychwood Park
Wychwood Park Crewe CW2 5GP

This hotel is nestled within the lovely surroundings of the Cheshire countryside, with extensive landscaped grounds to explore and easy access to the town of Crewe.

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Wychwood Park
Wychwood Park Crewe CW2 5GP

This hotel is nestled within the lovely surroundings of the Cheshire countryside, with extensive landscaped grounds to explore and easy access to the town of Crewe.

In and around Crewe

Peak District National Park

This pristine expanse of luscious moors, dales, rivers, springs and caverns is an ideal location for those who love the outdoors. Whether you’re mountain biking, hiking or planning a leisurely stroll, the Peak District has open spaces, stunning panoramic views and wonderful scenery for all. There are also a number of quaint towns and villages to visit here from Whaley Bridge to Castleton.

Crewe Lyceum Theatre

This beautifully charming Edwardian theatre is a popular draw for both visitors and locals alike – showing a variety of performances through the year, alongside excellent food and drink. Guests to the area can check out ‘what’s on’ during their stay to choose from plays, live music, drama and comedy performances, as well as occasional exhibitions. The building itself, a converted Roman Catholic Church, is spectacular and is rated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building.

Crewe Heritage Centre

The ideal day out for those with an interest in the local area and its fascinating railway heritage. This museum is mainly dedicated to locomotion and is managed by the Crewe Heritage Trust, a not-for-profit organisation. The museum has been erected upon the ‘old works’ railway yard and now exhibits a number of locomotives, including steam, diesel and electric models, as well as a range of exhibitions and artefacts.

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