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Warrington, set in the epic tree-studded Cheshire plains and resting on the banks of the roaring River Mersey, boasts a unique mix of riveting Roman history and sleek modern architecture. Designated a new town in 1968, Warrington centre proffers from a bustling high street where glitzy designer boutiques adjoin red-washed Victorian townhouses. Warrington has many cultural and historical landmarks, from the glistening gold gates of the Palladian town hall to the stately copper-coloured Museum and Art Gallery.

Things to see

Exploring Warrington’s wonderful array of charming churches is an enjoyable and rewarding way to spend the morning - from the black-fused spearing gothic spire of St Elphin’s Church to the squared stone tower and vast idyllic lawns of the medieval church of St Wilfred. After, visit the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery - located in the cultural quarter - which showcases remarkable Roman pottery, zany zoology, and refined watercolour and oil paintings. In the afternoon, take the children to Winwick Quay, which teems with fun-filled events, from paintball to old-fashioned 10 pin bowling - which is guaranteed to get the parents playing along too. Stroll around Paddington Meadows - the perfect way to cool off - a verdant green nature reserve housing hidden rare wildlife. Finally, shoppers will find paradise on Bridge Street, where a row of late Victorian terracotta shops sell intriguing wares and colourful clothes.

Hotels in Warrington

Warrington’s selection of 4-star hotels reside slightly away from the town centre, but offer a divine taste of luxury. The indoor heated swimming pools and jacuzzis are perfect for a relaxing dip, the gardens ideal for a refreshing amble, and the enormous rooms - with king-size beds - make for indulgent comfort. Independent 3-star hotels in Warrington rest slightly closer to the centre, offering reliable service and large comfy rooms. Speckled throughout the surrounding grassy Cheshire plains, a wide selection of guesthouses and B&Bs provide heavenly retreats - with hearty English breakfasts - set in the eden-like landscape.

Where to stay

Warrington is a large and sprawling town, and staying in the historic centre - with its streets lined with red-brick Victorian architecture and hidden churches - means that you’ll be a short walk from the main sights, attractions, and refined nightlife. Fine-dining restaurants serving up creamy French-fusion cuisine are at your doorstep, as well as the chic cocktail bars and cosy traditional taverns. However, the surrounding countryside - with its easy road access to central Warrington - is not to be missed. The nearby small village of Knutsford offers a quiet, family-friendly stay, and northern Pennington Flash provides a resplendent natural getaway.

How to get to Warrington

Warrington benefits from 2 main railway stations that provide connecting services throughout the country. Black Quay Station proffers from direct trains to London and Glasgow. The buzzing Central Station - a red and brown brick marvel - provides smooth services to Manchester and nearby Liverpool. Warrington is incredibly easy to reach by car, with the M62, M6 and M56 motorways surrounding the town. Warrington is also midway between both Liverpool and Manchester airports, which provide connecting trains or speedy shuttle buses. Warrington’s uncrowded streets means it can be explored by car, but its spectacular buildings make it a great walking town.