Norley is a small village and parish in Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It is located north of Delamere Forest, near to the village of Cuddington.
Delamere Forest or Delamere Forest Park is a wood in the Cheshire West and Chester area
of Cheshire, England, near the town of Frodsham. It has 2,400 acres of mixed evergreen woodland,
making it the largest area of woodland in Cheshire.
Delamere Forest is the an origin of the Forests of Mara and Mondrem, which covered roughly 60 square miles of the north-west of the county during the 11th century. It was also a popular hunting forest during the time of the Norman Earls of Chester.
Old Pale Hill is the highest point of the northern part of the Cheshire Ridge and Blakemere Moss which is a lake less than half a mile in length. You can find various species of wildlife here including rare dragonfly sightings, wetland plants and marsh fern are all over the area.
The nearest town is the town of Frodsham and Helsby, both towns have access to
banks and various building societies, supermarkets,
and a number of pubs and restaurants.
Outdoor market stalls can be found every week in Frodsham and on a Thursday, Sandstone trails are ideal for walking and trekking. Various museums are not far away and include the Cheshire boat museum, the Salt Museum and the Anderton Lift.
There are lots of golf courses in Cheshire, in most of the towns around the cottage you can find good courses, get in touch with us for the telephone numbers or for more information about these courses.
It is essential you have a car and the nearest airport is at Liverpool which is a 25 minute journey or you can journey to Manchester International airport.