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Pott Shrigley

This charming Cheshire village is located on the edge of the awe-inspiring Peak District National Park, nearby to the town of Bollington. A visit to this village will take you into the heart of the county, amongst the scenic English countryside. Visitors will enjoy the gorgeous woodlands on their doorstep and the opportunity to walk, hike and cycle around the area, exploring all the areas of beauty. The Peak District is England’s first National Park and still brings visitors from all around to explore its many paths and view the amazing landscapes. Visitors may also elect to travel to the larger metropolitan hub of Manchester for a shopping trip or to do a spot of sightseeing.

We love Pott Shrigley because...

  • Scenic English countryside
  • Ideal for walking and cycling
  • Close to Peak District
Hotels in Pott Shrigley
Pott Shrigley-Breaks outing-The Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club
The Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club
Shrigley Park Pott Shrigley SK10 5SB

Nestled on the edge of the Peak District National Park, this hotel offers on-site 18 hole championship course, leisure club, spa and AA Rosette restaurant.

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£75.50pp
The Shrigley Hall Hotel and Country Club
Shrigley Park Pott Shrigley SK10 5SB

Nestled on the edge of the Peak District National Park, this hotel offers on-site 18 hole championship course, leisure club, spa and AA Rosette restaurant.

In and around Pott Shrigley

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.

White Nancy

This iconic structure is famous throughout Cheshire and even features on the Bollington town logo. No one is exactly sure why it’s named White Nancy, although some speculate it was named after one of the Gaskell daughters or after one of the horses that hauled the table upon the hill. What we do know is that White Nancy was built in 1817 by John Gaskell in celebration of the victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Visitors here will enjoy views across the Cheshire plains and even to the mountains of North Wales on clear days.

Lyme Hall and Park

This majestic building was once used as a hunting lodge during the age of the Tudors. The building now stands guard over the pristine park on its shores and commands outstanding views over the Cheshire Plains. The interior of the house is grand indeed with fine furnishings and tapestries amongst other charming décor on display. The hall is now managed by the National Trust and open to the public for viewing.

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