Tarporley Tourist Information

Beeston Castle

Beeston Castle

Other places to visit include The Old Fire Station Chocolate and Coffee Shop, nearby Peckforton Castle as seen in the 1991 Robin Hood movie, and The Hollies Farm Shop including a coffee shop and an extensive selection of gifts and local produce. Find Tarporley accommodation online now and base yourself within easy reach of Chester attractions and the Welsh borders.

Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre

Popular attractions in the area include the enchanting Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre & Country Park set within 50 acres. The Cotebrook Shire Horses are award-winners and the centre is open all year round with on-site gift shop, lakeside cafe, picnic areas, trails and exhibition centre. Every year in July, the Tarporley Carnival is a popular attraction for a day. It starts with a parade, and continues on with the crowning of carnival princesses and with a variety of stalls and rides to enjoy.

Beeston Castle & Woodland Park

One of Cheshire’s most iconic castles, Beeston Castle in Tarporley sits within 40 acres of woodland park criss-crossed by a choice of trails. Nick-named the ‘Castle of the Rock’, Beeston Castle is elevated on a rocky crag and affords spectacular views of several counties on clear days! Find out about the history of Beeston Castle and the Castle of the Rock exhibition on-site and children will love the on-site trails. Pay and display parking, a food/ drinks snack service and an English Heritage shop are all available.

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