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Beeston View pods

Wooden tents?: Beeston View Pods are set on a quiet farm with stunning views over the Sandstone Trail Enjoy amazing [...]

Best of Cheshire

Timber and stone: A half-timbered Tudor house on Horsley Lane, with Beeston Castle behind Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail is one [...]

Wildlife on the Sandstone Trail

Making a comeback: Barn owl numbers are steadily increasing across rural Cheshire Cheshire is still a pleasantly rural county [...]

Castles on the Sandstone Trail

'Castle of the Rock': Beeston Castle rises high above the Cheshire Plain The Cheshire countryside along the Sandstone Trail [...]

Walking the Sandstone Trail

Information for walkers: Blue-painted information panels crop up regularly along the Sandstone Trail The Sandstone Trail is undoubtedly one [...]

Walking books for the trail

Design delight: These inspiring modern walking books are a pleasure to use These superb walking books will soon get you out [...]

Walks in Delamere Forest

Green tunnel: The Sandstone Trail runs through Nettleford Wood on the edge of Delamere Forest Originally created as a vast [...]

Caves on the Sandstone Trail

Bat cave?: Now closed off to protect rare roosting bats, the caves at Beeston probably once housed Civil war horses [...]

Walking the Sandstone Trail

Walkers' paradise: xxxx The Sandstone Trail is undoubtedly one of the best walks, and best walking routes, in Cheshire. It’s [...]

Lowland heath on Bickerton Hill

Lowland heath: Open heath dominated by heather, gorse and bilberry is one of the UK's rarest habitats The National Trust's sterling [...]

Bat caves at Beeston Castle

A rare species of bat has recently been found in the caves below Beeston Castle. Lesser horseshoe bats were [...]

The Peckforton cyclone

Mighty wind: Woodsmen clear trees uprooted during the 'Peckforton Cyclone' On the evening of 27th October 1913, Stonehouse Lane, on the [...]

Beeston Castle a century ago

A century ago: Victorian visitors to Beeston Castle before the medieval ditch was cleared Beeston Crag has been occupied for at [...]