27th April 2021
Looking for canal boat holidays in the Cheshire region? Whether you’re wanting to start from one of our Cheshire marinas, or if you’d like to cruise around The Cheshire Ring, your next trip with ABC Boat Hire has you covered. Read more from our guide on canal holidays in Cheshire now.
As well as being home to some of the UK’s most integral canal networks, there are ample things to do in Cheshire. In addition to being home to a wealth of bars and restaurants to explore, you can also see the following on your visit to Cheshire:
Manchester is also just a small glide across the waters – which is one of the largest cities in the UK, and holds host to many tourist elements, as well as some rich British culture and history. With things to do such as visiting ample bars and restaurants on the canalside, visiting the Trafford Centre, watching a match at Old Trafford Stadium and more, learn everything you need to know from our guide to Manchester canals.
One of the most common routes boaters will embark on when in and around the Cheshire area is The Cheshire Ring. The Cheshire Ring is a circular route in the North West of England – which allows you to travel through a variety of landscapes, such as the hustle and bustle of Manchester city centre, the picturesque views of the Peak District, rural Cheshire and Cheshire Plain. The route includes:
The Cheshire Ring route is 97 miles long, and has a total of 92 locks. We recommend that this type of route should take an average of eight hours a day – which means it would likely take about 10 – 14 nights.
Here at ABC Boat Hire, we offer a variety of routes which encompass The Cheshire Ring – starting at either Anderton Marina, Wrenbury Mill or Whitchurch Marina. Find out more information on our featured routes, and our canal boat locations, from ABC today.