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The Anglo-Saxon village was established in 923 by King Edward the Elder and contains picturesque settings of a traditional English village. There are many old buildings and decent commuter connections sitting close to the M6 junction and at its heart is the connection of the Transpennine trail running through Grappenhall by the side of the Bridgewater Canal. With a modest population of just under 10,000 and its country attitude, the Cheshire village of Grappenhall boasts warm character and a hearty welcome for those passing through.
Sights to see and visit
Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden
A building from the mid-1800s was built initially by Thomas Parr as a new house and estate for his family and the land nearest to the house was designated as Parkland to give a suitable setting for the mansion. The Walled Gardens Conservation Project charity, the Warrington Organic and Wildlife Gardening Society and Woodland Trust have all with the help of Grappenhall and Thelwall Parish Council and Lottery Funding developed a beautiful garden which is now a visitor attraction and a resource for horticulture, education and enjoyment.
Otherwise known as All Saints Church by its locals, Thelwall Parish Church is more a community with its vibrance in South Warrington and its regular members of the congregation, youth groups and social events. The Grade 2 listed building is a national heritage and is built with pure sandstone. The chancel has a floor of marble and there is art of Biblical scenes within it and is a memorial to King Edward the Elder.
Being home to over 40 groups and clubs, it has function rooms for personal and business meetings and events. Hosting major sports fixtures on its large screens, the venue itself can also accommodate weddings for up to 135 people. There is a bespoke service and the staff are ready and waiting to help as best as possible whatever your occasion may be.
Bell House Farm, Bellhouse Lane, Grappenhall, WA4 2SG
A 17th century manor house turned country style restaurant with a modern menu. Choosing a vegan option or wanting some local cuisine, the menu at The Little Manor is delightful and the food is at a reasonable price. A delicate little hideaway.
Grappenhall being a good location for a base to explore the Northwest, the Hallmark Hotel is a favourite choice for a lot of people travelling from afar to visit places such as Chester Zoo, Trafford Centre, Tatton Park and Aintree. With decent accommodation and close proximity to major hubs such as Birmingham Airport, London Heathrow and Manchester Airport, whether it's just for a break or a spa package, the Hallmark Hotel has quite a lot to serve up.
In the idyllic village of Thelwall, the Pickering Arms, dating back to the 16th Century, is a place packed with treats with its yummy Sunday dinner and traditional food and reasonable pricing which makes this gastro public house one of choice for many people travelling to the Northwest.
Situated at Lymm Poplar 2000 Services, the Ibis Budget Hotel is ideal for both business and leisure and is less than 1 mile away from Junction of the M6 motorway. Just a short drive to Manchester Airport or Liverpool Airport and Warrington Bank Quay station it takes approximately 30 minutes to Manchester City Centre to access Manchester Piccadilly with ample parking and 5 minutes drive to Lymm Centre.