Set in the heart of rural Cheshire, Delamere Grove is a peaceful park nestled on the side of a hill with magnificent views across the Cheshire plains. With only 25 park homes, this small park is ideally
located within open countryside, yet close to everyday facilities. Delamere village boasts a village store, church, 2 country pubs and of course the famous Delamere Forest. Bus stops and a mainline train station provide fantastic transport links. The historic towns of Northwich and Frodsham are close by, as is the Roman walled city of Chester. Setting the standard for rural residential park home living.
Delamere Grove Park is a unique park set in an old sandstone quarry. The Grove is
steeped in history as the sandstone from the quarry was used to build the 13th century Vale Royal Abbey and even retains the charm of the original “Smithy” stone building. Delamere Grove benefits from different elevations and from certain aspects commands far reaching views of the Cheshire plains. The park is tranquil and peaceful and a stone’s throw away from the infamous Delamere Forest.
How to find Delamere Grove Park
From the North, leave M56 at Junction 10 (A49 Whitchurch). Continue for Whitchurch (approx 8 miles) till reaching Oakmere Crossroads A556 signposted North Wales & Chester. Turn right here and continue for approximately 2.5 miles. At The Vale Royal Abbey Arms Crossroads turn right for Delamere Forest onto Station Road B5152. After approx 400 yards turn left onto Eddisbury Hill.
From the South, leave M6 at Junction 18 taking the first exit onto the A54. Continue for approx 13 miles through Middlewich and Winsford until you reach the crossroads signposted Frodsham. Turn right here by the Fishpool Inn onto Abbey Lane B5152.
Continue for approx 0.5 miles whereupon reaching The Abbey Arms Crossroads continue straight on to Station Road. After approx 400 yards turn left onto Eddisbury Hill.
Local shop: ½ mile
Dentist: 4 miles
Doctors: 3 miles
Bus stop: ½ mile
Train station: 1 mile