Alderley Edge Woodland Walk

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Alderley Edge Woodland Walk
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4.5
163 anmeldelser
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linda w
Warrington, UK328 bidrag
Alderley hedge and the bulls head pub .
nov. 2021 • Par
Beautiful area lots of wonderful walks and plenty of cafes and restaurants .we visited tge edge where you can see all over the Cheshire plains I do think there should be s map at the top that explains the area more because we followed a dirt track road through the woods to pass by the beautiful rock formations and a well ,which were very interesting but we would have missed them only for a couple explaining where they had been in passing .. tiny steps led us down to a road which took us to a little national Trust area where there was a great walk to take your dogs .we stopped at the bulls head pub and was well greeted by smiling faces and a warm welcome which was needed after our long walk ..this area needs more than one day to explore it really is worth a visit .
Skrevet 7. november 2021
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

rob c
Swaffham, UK19 bidrag
spoilt
aug. 2021
another place spoilt after falling into the ever grasping hands of the national trust . Have been visiting this place since childhood but havn't been for a while . Arrived to discover the lovely old cafe once full of rustic charm was now N.T. previously there was a car park for it for those who just wanted to pop in for a coffee . This was padlocked shut in order to force you to use the car park for those visiting to walk the woods .

Why ? because the charge here is a minimum of £4.00 for 3 hours even if you just want to use the cafe for half an hour . So you pay your £4.00 for the privilege of buying coffee and cake priced far higher than you find in John Lewis store cafe .

As usual the oh so right on woke policies of the trust means that the staff are all under the age of them having to be paid the full minimum wage other than the manageress . Plenty of older people being thrown on the scrap heap in todays ageist society would benefit from these kind of jobs but despite their virtue signalling the trust appear to operate such an ageist agenda only using older staff in the role of unpaid volunteers whilst at the same time exploiting the young .

We hadn't intended to walk our dog here as we were taking her to a trail we know and prefer further along heading towards congleton . However we gave her the opportunity of a toilet break which she as it happened needed . We bagged up and looked around for the dog bins which where once there but were noticing people coming back to their cars carrying theirs with them . We stopped one such couple who told us there now isn't a single one on the whole heritage site !

The cafe used to be a lovely old place full of character and charm complete with an original ancient old smokey open fire where you could grab a breakfast bacon butty like Mum used to make . If you wanted to walk before you partook of it you'd pop in and explain you were parked on their free car park but were coming back for breakfast and get a " sure no problem " now its another squeeze every penny and provide as little as possible National Trust site .
Skrevet 7. august 2021
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drcarol66
Glasgow, UK149 bidrag
Lovely forest walk
jul. 2021 • Par
Lovely forest walk for the two of us and our cocker spaniel. The area seems extensive but wasn’t well signposted and despite using GPS we happened upon it largely by accident. How lucky for us. We walked for a couple of hours, taking the forest trail which was as promised up and down and a bit muddy but so worth it. The Wizard’s Tearoom was a lovely place which made the trip especially enjoyable. A place you callus return to again and again.
Skrevet 2. august 2021
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Bonnie O
14 bidrag
Wizard's Walk
jul. 2021 • Par
We did the Wizards walk downloaded from national trust took just under 1 hour very enjoyable and easy interesting landmarks to spot on the way
Skrevet 8. juli 2021
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Jim A
5 bidrag
Lovely scenery.
jun. 2021
Served by a good car park and ice cream van. I love woodland walks and this one is well cared for with a wide variety of ancient trees. Paths are well maintained and depending on which path you follow one or two are steep in places for the elderly. Good luck with finding the secret waterfall.
Skrevet 8. juli 2021
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Carole R
Dorchester, UK59 bidrag
AGreat views
jun. 2021
Visiting the area for just one night - great place to walk the dog and found a very nice tea room too.
Skrevet 19. juni 2021
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richard j
1 bidrag
Very nice but parking is desperate a lot of yellow lines and fines, paid car parks always full.
feb. 2021
Very nice area but far to many people for a countryside experience. Lots of nice dogs but took ages to find a parking place
Skrevet 17. mars 2021
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robnh61
Stockport, UK1 465 bidrag
Lovely dog friendly walk
nov. 2020 • Par
We parked up and went for a walk through the woods with our pooch.
It’s a lovely place and dogs can safely be let off their leads to enjoy themselves. The less physically able may need to mindful of some uneven ground caused by tree roots, but it’s definitely a good place to visit. You also get a great view across to the Pennines.
Parking is nearby at £4 for 3 hours, and there’s also a very good tearoom
Skrevet 12. november 2020
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Chez R
Manchester, UK335 bidrag
Great to see and a nice walk
nov. 2020
enjoyed the walk around here, lots of things to see
if you do geocaching this is a place to visit
a bit muddy in places, but you would expect that with the weather
great views even on a cloudy day
Skrevet 9. november 2020
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Sara H
Wilmslow, UK2 bidrag
No Bins
okt. 2020 • Familie
Amazing place, beautiful walks, however it is not enjoyable, as no one wants to do a 3 mile walk holding a bag of dog poo! It’s a disgrace that there are no bins in the whole park, not even at the car park. I asked at the cafe and they said it’s a real problem. It really is a problem, as you can see discarded poo bags left everywhere. There is a charge for parking, surely some of this would fund a few bins. Please sort it out National Trust.
Skrevet 25. oktober 2020
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