Nantwich in Cheshire is a charming riverside market town with a rich history, a wealth of beautiful timber-framed buildings, a wide range of speciality shops, a local museum and one of the finest medieval churches in Britain.
It’s a great place to visit at any time of year!
As well as its gourmet food it is renowned for its floral displays and regularly wins awards in the Britain in Bloom competition.
The riverside location provides superb walking opportunities with wide well maintained paths suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs – there’s even a lake to circumnavigate.
There is a thriving farmers’ market held on the last Saturday of every month and a mouth watering array of pubs, cafés and restaurants to tempt your taste buds.
Please visit Visit Nantwich for details of all food and drink outlets.
Travel to Nantwich
By public transport
Rail: Nantwich is on the Manchester/Crewe/Shrewsbury/Cardiff railway line: Arriva Trains Wales provide comfortable and convenient rail travel along this line. Nearby Crewe station provides connections for Manchester, Liverpool, Chester, North Wales etc, and Shrewsbury station provides connections for Wolverhampton, Hereford, Aberystwyth etc. The railway station is only 5 minutes walk from the town centre.
Bus: Bus services are available from many areas in Cheshire and the surrounding areas – for details contact Cheshire Traveline 0871 200 22 33 or log on to www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/travel . The bus station is in the town centre right next to the Civic Hall.
For information on all train times and fares telephone National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 (textphone 0845 60 50 600). For all bus and rail information use Traveline, the public transport information line, on 0871 200 22 33.
You will have no trouble finding Nantwich as it is well signposted from all directions. If coming from the M6 leave at junction 16 and follow the A500 west direct to Nantwich (15 minutes).
Where to eat
There are some fabulous places to eat in Nantwich, from pubs and cafés to the finest restaurants. Please read the Nantwich & South Cheshire Visitors Guide which gives a comprehensive list of food outlets in Nantwich.
Where to stay
There is a wide range of accommodation in South Cheshire from the best hotels to camping and caravan sites. Please click here for a details of local accommodation.
Where to visit
Whilst in the area why not visit some of the other local attractions? There are many interesting places to visit in South Cheshire, please click here for details of local attractions.
Nantwich Tourist Information Centre
Nantwich Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich CW5 5DG. Telephone 01270 685577 or email the Nantwich TIC.
The TIC is open
- 9am – 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
- 9am – 7pm Thursday
- 9am – 4pm on Saturdays
Nantwich TIC has a wide range of information on the local area and further afield.
A bed booking service is available, and maps, guides, postcards and souvenirs are on sale.