15 prettiest villages you’ll find in Mid Cheshire

Whether you’re interested in moving to a new place or not, there’s something about discovering new streets and areas especially when they’re aesthetically pleasing.

If you live in or around Mid Cheshire or you’ve visited before, you might’ve spotted some of the pretty spots but if you haven’t, you won’t need to look much further.

We’ve rounded up some of the prettiest villages in Mid Cheshire. Do you recognise any?

15 of the prettiest villages in Mid Cheshire

Great Budworth

Knutsford Guardian: Great Budworth. Credit: Richard SmithGreat Budworth. Credit: Richard Smith

Found in Northwich, Great Budworth is found near Budworth Mere and Marbury Country Park.

If you’re looking for somewhere to take a break, Great Budworth is home to an ice cream farm and a pub.


You’ll find Mobberley just outside Knutsford and there’s plenty to see and do.

The village is home to a golf course and fisheries plus plenty of pubs if you fancy a drink or a bite to eat.

Nether Alderley

This village can be found near Macclesfield and it has a park and you can enjoy scenic views of the water at Radnor Mere.

It’s around a 20-minuite drive to Macclesfield from Alderley.


Goostrey is a village near Crewe with a park, play areas and its own train station.

A drive to Knutsford from Goostrey takes around 15 minutes while a trip to Macclesfield in the car takes around 25 minutes.

Holmes Chapel

Holmes Chapel runs alongside parts of the River Dane and you can use the train station to travel out of the village.

It’s home to a play area, leisure centre and a community centre and Crewe is around a 25-minute drive from Holmes Chapel.

Lower Peover

The Peover Eye runs through Lower Peover and there are local pubs that you can visit.

To drive into Knutsford, it takes less than 10 minutes.


Plumley has a train station, a play area and a village hall.

The Peover Eye runs alongside Plumley and it takes around 10 minutes to drive to Knutsford from the village.


Knutsford Guardian: Davenham. Credit: Dave JobDavenham. Credit: Dave Job

The River Weaver runs alongside some of the village and you can see the Vale Royal Locks by the river.

Also running through parts of Davenham is the River Dane and just outside the village you’ll Vale Royal Abbey, a venue for events such as weddings.


This village has a village hall and a wedding venue. You can make a stop at the Community Shop & Tea Room.

The drive to Warrington takes around 20 minutes in the car.


Puddinglake Brook runs along one side of the village and you’ll find a village hall and a dog park close by.

Byley is a five-minute drive from a campsite in Yatehouse Green.

Church Minshull

Knutsford Guardian: River Weaver. Credit: Andrew GardnerRiver Weaver. Credit: Andrew Gardner

The village of Church Minshull has part of the River Weaver running right through it.

On your travels through the village, you’ll also spot a church as well as a pub.


In Comberbach, there’s a members-only campsite and a pub.

The village is less than a five-minute drive from Marbury Country Park and Budworth Mere.

High Legh

This village has good transport links with the M6 and M56 as well as the A50 close by.

It boasts a golf club, play area and Miniature Railway.

Little Budworth

Little Budworth has pubs, a church and a country park.

Just outside the village you’ll find a race track that’s used for both cars and motorbikes.

Minshull Vernon

This village has a nearby hotel and pub as well as good transport links with the A50 close by and bus routes available to use.

It’s around a 10-minute drive to Crewe by car and about 45 minutes to Macclesfield.

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