Alderley Edge is so close to the Peak District. Visit Winkle which in located on the River Dane in the southern peaks. A great place to hike, but also stop by at the Winkle Brewery and sample a beer or two at their bar.
The food hall at Altrincham market is exceptional, choose your freshly cooked fare from a variety of different kitchens, sit down and eat. The area is surrounded by a traditional market, which with it’s artisan crafts and local produce, is also on the “must visit” list.
Exploring the Christmas markets in via a short hop by train into Manchester. The railway station is only a 5 minute walk from the Lodge on the Edge. Regular train services into London also operate from Wilmslow and Macclesfield.
This is one of the best times of year to visit the National Trust Alderley Edge is November for the fabulous autumnal leaves display.
Autumn leaves on the Edge. The views are glorious as you wander through the National Trust woodland.
Septembers photo features a young gosling at famous High Peak Canal lock ladder at nearby Marple. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for an Indian summer.
August in the sunshine and a helicopter trip to the Moat Shed Cafe in Shropshire. See our Blog for more details.
Walk into Alderley Edge village to enjoy its bar & cafe culture, on long July evenings. Why not get out for an evening hike or cycle in the Peak District.
If you haven’t done already, dust off the clubs and enjoy one of Cheshires fine golf courses. Mottram Hall and Wilmslow golf clubs both offer testing 18-hole courses, and there is a tricky 9-hole course at Alderley Edge
Lodge on the Edge is a short term rental Alderley Edge. It has off-road parking for two cars and a private garden. Lodge on Edge is furnished apartment in Alderley Edge .