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Welcome to Peckforton Castle

Address: Stone House Lane, Tarporley, CW6 9TN

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This striking property is the realisation of the dreams of one man: Lord Tollemache, MP for Cheshire. He built Britain's grandest folly between 1844 and 1851. Standing atop a wooded hillside, its dramatic silhouette can be seen for miles across Cheshire. Today this magnificent building is the only Grade I listed Medieval castle in the UK. Privately owned, it comprises of 48 recently refurbished en suite bedrooms and the new Falconry Encounter, home to a Golden Eagle.

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Beeston Castle - Cheshire - Castle

Beeston Castle - Cheshire - Castle

Distance 0.9 miles (1.44 km)
Standing majestically on a sheer rocky crag, Beeston has perhaps the most stunning views of any castle in England. Its history stretches back more than 4,000 years to when it was a Bronze Age hillfort. The huge castle was built in 1226 and soon became a royal stronghold, only falling centuries later during in the Civil War. The Castle of the Rock exhibition outlines the history of this strategic site from prehistoric times, through the Middle Ages to the Civil War.

Oulton Park Race Circuit - Tarporley - Racecourse

Oulton Park Race Circuit - Tarporley - Racecourse

Distance 5.34 miles (8.55 km)
Oulton Park first established itself as the North West's premier motorsport venue in 1953. The venue held its first prestigious Gold Cup meeting in 1954 and amongst the winners have been household names such Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jack Brabham, Sir Jackie Stewart and Graham Hill. The circuit has been extended over the years, and boasts the unique distinction of having three circuits in one which unusually accommodates spectators mainly within the perimeter of the track, providing unrivalled views of the action. From April to October the 320 acres of glorious Cheshire countryside plays host to a positively mouth-watering selection of car and bike racing, which includes visits from British Superbikes, British Touring Cars, Formula 3, GTs and the fabulously historic racing cars with the recently revived Gold Cup.