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The accommodation at New Farm Cheshire Fishery

One of the twin bedded rooms at New Farm FisheryThe bed and breakfast accommodation at New Farm Fishery is what estate agents would describe as "Deceptiously spacious warranting internal inspection". From the outside the annexe looks quite small, but like Dr Who's Tardis the inside feels much larger with five modern and comfortable bedrooms - all with en-suite facilities - and a light and airy dining room where guests can take their breakfasts.

The centrally heated rooms offer both twin bedded or double room accommodation and come equipped with flat-screen televisions with DVD player, wireless Internet connection and tea and coffee making facilities.

One of the double rooms at New Farm FisheryThe accommodation and dining room are in a single storey building and are easily manageable for wheelchairs and prams.

A choice of breakfasts is available for residents in the accommodation with guests being able to choose between a Farmhouse Cooked Breakfast with a choice of bacon, sausage, black pudding, tomato, mushrooms, hash browns, baked beans and bpoiled, freid, scrambled or poached egg. Lighter breakfasts of scrambled egg and smoked salmon on toast, egg on toast or baked beans or mushrooms on toast are also available, as are croisants and jam.

Breakfasts are served between 7.30am and 9.00am and guests are asked to complete a breakfast request form with their choices the evenings before.

A typical New Farm en-suiteAnother New Farm en-suiteThe New Farm dining room

Camping and caravaning at New Farm Cheshire Fishery

The caravan/camping park at New Farm FisheryOffering easy access on a level site for touring caravans, motor caravans and tents, New Farm's caravan park has 17 hard standing super-pitches which each has its own 16amp electric hook-up, water connection point and domestic drainage system.

Each pitch has ample space for a car and access to the site's wireless Internet connection.

In addition, there is a modern clean and heated shower and toilet block and a small shop which sells gas and basics such as eggs, milk, bread and some tinned and dried foodstuffs. Looking back from the far end of the caravan/camping park at New Farm FisheryVisitors to New Farm should note that between mid-October and mid-March large awnings are not allowed although small porchway awnings are permitted all year round.

For those looking to explore the area, New Farm is situated near the historic Roman city of Chester whilst other nearby attractions include Chester Zoo, Oulton Park motor racing circuit, Delamere Forest, the Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre and Countryside Park, Pryors Hayes Golf Club, Beeston Castle and a host of excellent pubs and restaurants. The shopping towns of Nantwich and Tarporley are also close by.

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