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Attractions near Croft Corner Guest House
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Estate (2 Miles)*
Set in an idyllic rural landscape, yet just minutes from Manchester Airport, the Styal Estate grew up as a self-contained village around the huge Georgian cotton mill known as Quarry Bank Mill.
Capesthorne Hall (4 Miles)*
Capesthorne Hall has been the home of the Bromley-Davenport family and their ancestors since Domesday times.
Tatton Park (6 Miles)*
A day at Tatton Park has much to offer. Its two historic houses are set in 1000 acres of beautiful rolling parkland with lakes, tree-lined avenues and herds of red and fallow deer.
West Park Museum (6 Miles)*
West Park Museum opened in 1898, a gift from Marianne Brocklehurst for the people of Macclesfield. The Museum is located in one of the earliest public parks which opened in 1854 and was funded by voluntary subscription.
Macclesfield Silk Museum (6 Miles)*
Just a short distance from The Silk Heritage Centre are the new Silk Museum Park Lane Galleries.
Tabley House Collection (7 Miles)*
Grade I listed Palladian house containing The Leicester collection of paintings, furniture and memorabilia from the 17th to 20th century.
Anson Engine Museum (7 Miles)*
This museum has one of the largest collections of engines in Europe - varying in size from desktop to 100 tons!
Gawsworth Hall (7 Miles)*
Dating from 1480, Gawsworth Hall is a beautiful Tudor manor house, and one of Cheshire's must-see attractions. Once home to Elizabeth I's maid of honour, Gawsworth is now the family home of the Richards Family.
Dunham Massey (8 Miles)*
Dunham Massey is a delightful country house in Cheshire with unique gardens, fine interiors and a working sawmill.
Lyme Park (8 Miles)*
Lyme Park Hall, set in 1,000 acres of deer park, closely resembles "Pemberley", the home of Mr Darcy in the BBC's drama of the Jane Austen classic, Pride and Prejudice.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Croft Corner Guest House
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

Alderley Edge (1 Mile)*
Alderley Edge is an old village situated in the heart of Cheshire with its famous landmark `The Edge` towering over the Cheshire plain. It has lovely shops to visit and various attractions like Alderley Edge Cricket Club, The Village Park,
Wilmslow (1 Mile)*
Bramhall (5 Miles)*
Knutsford (5 Miles)*
Knutsford is a pleasant market town steeped in legend and history, it is said that the name comes from King Canute fording the river Lilly. The Town has a strongly Georgian feel to it.
Cheadle (6 Miles)*
Cheadle is situated between Stockport and Manchester. It is a suburb of the Borough of Stockport and blends seamlessly into the larger metropolis without any real defining boundary.
Macclesfield (6 Miles)*
Macclesfield is a relatively affluent Cheshire town, 12 miles south of Stockport.
Altrincham (6 Miles)*
Altrincham is a market town with barely defined boundaries as it is an upmarket suburb of Greater Manchester.
Stockport (7 Miles)*
Stockport is a large town approximately 6 miles south of Manchester city centre. The main road through Stockport is the A6. There is much to see in Stockport, visitors will find plenty to occupy their time.
Swettenham (8 Miles)*
After countless generations of farming the village of Swettenham maintains an agricultural character to this day. The twin focal points of the village are the 13th Century Parish Church and the local pub.
High Legh (8 Miles)*
The parish of High Legh was recorded in the 1086 Domesday Book as having two Saxons, Ulviet and Dob. Once the Norman baron, Baron De Venables, was given the parish, these two saxons disappear from records.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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