Kelsall is an extremely popular semi-rural Cheshire village that combines a central location, excellent day-to-day amenities and a superb position amidst some of Cheshire's most picturesque countryside. For those with educational needs, Kelsall has an outstanding Ofsted rated primary school on Flat Lane, which in turn feeds into the nearby outstanding Ofsted rated Tarporley High School. There are other well regarded schools in the villages surrounding.
Within the village there is a large Co-operative convenience store with internal Post Office/Bureau De Change, a renowned butcher, pharmacist, ladies hairdresser and sandwich shop. More over there is a recently extended and refurbished community hall, two public houses, Doctors surgery, Vets practice, well attended Parish Church and Methodist chapel. Located in the centre of the village are playing fields with specialist children's play area. Worthy of particular attention is that in recent times Brunning & Price have completed their purchase and complete refurbishment of the pub in the centre of the village now called The Morris Dancer. This outstanding public house/restaurant has already been met with wide acclaim and is worthy of inspection. In addition there are two further pubs, The Royal Oak and The Farmers Arms and there is also an increasingly popular takeaway sandwich/coffee bar known as The Greedy Pig.
Kelsall holds a convenient position, close to both the Georgian village of Tarporley and the thriving city centre of Chester. Whilst the area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, the house also offers an excellent base for the business traveller. In terms of road links, there are extensive connections to the M56, M6 and M53. The A49, A51 and A55 all link to key areas of commerce and interest, including Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, Wrexham, Media City UK and nearby Chester.
With regards to railway services, there are stations at nearby Hartford, Cuddington, Frodsham, and Chester. All operate on either the Chester – Manchester or Liverpool – London lines. Fantastic connections can be enjoyed at Crewe railway station, with the service to London taking just over 90 minutes. Two international airports can be located within 45 minutes drive – Liverpool John Lennon International Airport and Manchester International Airport.
The area as a whole has access to glorious countryside and places of significant interest that include ancient castles, boating facilities on nearby canals and the outstanding Delamere Forest. Wonderful walks are provided via the Whitegate Way and Sandstone Trail and in the Willington and Utkinton Hills – known locally as 'Little Switzerland'. There are many excellent golf clubs within short travelling distance Read more
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