Situated on the banks of the River Weaver, Nantwich is a vibrant market town and civil parish in Cheshire. It is known for having among the highest concentrations of listed buildings in England, with particularly good examples of Tudor and Georgian architecture. St Mary’s Church is in the centre of the town and is considered by some to be one of the finest medieval churches, not only in Cheshire, but in the whole of England.

Along with the key social amenities and some superb schools, Nantwich town centre is bustling with pubs cafes, popular boutique shops and high street retail, not to mention the glorious countryside that surrounds the pretty little town, with great country walks perfect for those with dogs or if you enjoy spotting wildlife, peaceful scenery and still lakes then this is the place for you.


Local amenities

The high streets are full of unique boutiques that attract people of all ages and specialist independent businesses mixed with some major national retailers and supermarkets.

Nantwich is home to a traditional indoor/outdoor market, it is a great asset to the town with a wide range of stalls, which is complemented by a variety of markets which take place on the town’s square throughout the year including the monthly ‘Farmers Market’.


Leisure and pleasure

Whether it’s a day out at Bridgemere Garden Centre which is one of the UK’s largest garden centres, a visit to the Secret Nuclear Bunker, a sweet treat from Tattenhall Ice Cream Factory or Snugburys, Cholmondeley Castle, Beeston Castle or even a relaxing spa day and Afternoon Tea at Rookery Hall. Nantwich has something for everyone. It is also a major centre for narrowboat holidays boasting miles and miles of beautiful canal scenery. Undulating countryside & rich agricultural land are close by interspersed with superb pubs & cafes, and various farm shops.

Travel links

Nantwich is linked to Four Major Motorways by the A500 Link Road. Manchester Airport, one of Europe’s busiest and fastest developing, is within a 45 minute drive of Nantwich. Frequent trains from Crewe railway station link Cheshire to London-Euston in only 1hr 30mins. Manchester and Liverpool offer alternative big city entertainment. Internationally famous football teams, theatres and concert halls are just some of the many attractions. The ancient city of Chester is only a 45 minute drive.