High Bank in Bunbury, Cheshire

What to Expect

Spacious two storey cottage in perfect English village, perfect for a family, group of friends or colleagues looking for a country getaway.

Stylishly refurbished family home, with a private front drive, garden with patio and conservatory to the rear.

The lounge has an electric fire in an original chimney breast and hearth. Big leather sofa and chairs around a fireside rug. Ideal for sharing the evenings with four legged friends.

At A Glance

Amenities

About High Bank

A beautiful village cottage, with a double – double bedroom upstairs and a double sofa bed downstairs for flexible sleeping arrangements.

Spacious lounge and dining area with big archway in between, sunlit throughout and with a traditional feel. Full equipped modern kitchen and stylish conservatory. Private rear patio and lawned garden.

High Bank is dog friendly. One or two well behaved pooches are welcome to join you, at no extra charge.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Bunbury

Centrally located in the perfect English village of Bunbury, scene of the TV series Home Fires. Get away from the noise and pace of the big city with a unique country break on the Cheshire Plain, and explore the superb countryside with your canine companions.

A short doggie walk into the village, or a slightly longer one north or south will take you to a dog friendly pub with outdoor seating.

There’s also a cafe and a fish and chip shop, just to complete the totally English feel. Pick up the River Gowy, just west of the village, and let your furry friends show you the way.

To the north at Tilstone Bank, the river joins the Shropshire Union Canal Main Line, which has superb towpath walks to follow, and lovely canalside pubs at the nearby villages of Barbridge and Calveley.

Just to the north up the A49 is the large Cheshire village of Tarporley, which is well worth a morning or afternoon visit. The village hosts a country market on the first Saturday of each month, so catch it if you can.

As well as a dog friendly pub, Tarporley also has some fine restaurants and wine bars, in fitting with this part of Cheshire. For more energetic pursuits, you and your four legged friends can pick up the Sandstone Trail, which runs to the west of the village.

The Trail is an uninterrupted 55 km (34 mile) walking path, following the line of the natural sandstone ridge which borders the Cheshire Plain, running north to south into Shropshire.

Take a drive north west along the A51 into historic Chester, and enjoy the Roman sites, independent shops and superb visitor attractions, including the world famous Chester Zoo.

East of Chester and north of Bunbury is Delamere Forest, a huge area of natural woodland, country estate and peaceful walks, plus the Go Ape adventure centre.

Our Thoughts

High Bank is a wonderful cottage getaway, sitting in an idyllic English country village. Enjoy mornings and evenings sitting out on the patio, enclosed by the lovely garden, or sit in the superb conservatory if the weather’s bad.

Take a walk into the village, and stop off in one of the three dog friendly pubs in the area, or try some fish and chips. Walk down the country paths and find the canal, with peaceful towpaths for pooch to explore, and more lovely pubs, or head for Tarporley and its country market.

Take the short drive to nearby Chester, enjoy its half timbered streets and browse in the many independent shops, or drive over to Delamere Forest. All in all, High Bank the perfect base for a country holiday.
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Our Rating

Comfort and Equipment 91%
Location 94%
Cleanliness 98%
Value for money 94%

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