Maps of :Bunbury Tourist Attractions
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Bunbury Attractions Dysart Arms, Bunbury - The Dysart Arms public house and restaurant is a truly classic English village pub, with lovely open fires, bookcases scattered all around, lots of ol Bunbury Church - St Boniface’s Church is built on the highest point of the village of Bunbury, Cheshire. What we see today of the parish church dates mainly from the Chas Harden Canal Boat Holidays - Canal holiday hire on UK canals is quite unlike any other experience. Both in the variety of the surroundings and in actually having time to look at Beeston Castle - Beeston Castle sits on a rocky crag in the county of Cheshire, England. The 'Castle of the Rock', as it is known, is famous for its spectacular views, Brindley Farm Riding Trail - This permissive bridleway will allow riders to ride safely off the busy road. The route takes you through arable farmland and pasture, past some of Ice Cream Farm - From irresistible Ice Creams, outdoor play areas, Animal Corner where children can meet the animals, the Country Kitchen Café, kids quad bikes, mini Cholmondeley Castle and Gardens - Welcome to Cholmondeley Castle. The romantic castle - a product of the early 19th century - stands on a high rise above a lake. The castle is surround
Attractions near Bunbury
Dysart Arms, Bunbury
Bunbury Church
Chas Harden Canal Boat Holidays
Beeston Castle
Brindley Farm Riding Trail
Ice Cream Farm
Cholmondeley Castle and Gardens
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