The Plough Inn

Address: Macclesfield Road, Congleton, Cheshire, England, CW122NH, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on Macclesfield Road, Congleton, is near Jodrell Bank Science Centre and Arboretum and Capesthorne Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Congleton

    The Arches (town of)

    A travel blog entry by jillianp on Sep 12, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    today everyone else has gone for what will doubtless be a very soggy hike up Kinder Scout. Having no raincoat and only one pair of usefull shoes, I opted to stay and mind the boat.
    Between showers (and under some) I took a stroll to the nearest town, New Mills.
    It has more arches than anywhere I've seen. It is built on the side of a very steep hill. The rivers Goyt and Sett meet in the bottom of the valley and the water supply ...

    When is a canal not a canal?

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 11, 2015

    2 photos

    ... meals which was good as the plan was to just keep going as late as we could and stop when we ran out of energy or light. But first we stopped at Shugborough Hall.

    We basically snuck in the back entrance, we passed by a closed booth that said we had to go to another reception to buy a ticket costing 15 each. We headed off towards where we had to pay but stopped off at the butterfly garden where Carrie spent ages trying to get a ...

    Double Baileys

    A travel blog entry by ianinaboat on Sep 11, 2015

    ... keep. So we set off up the trail.

    The castle was a motte-and-bailey castle, but it actually had two baileys plus a defended settlement, the double baileys meant there were a lot of slopes to walk up and down but the boards were interesting and the weather was good. When we reached the keep we discovered that it had been more impressive but back in the 60s a teenager had died when a section collapsed and as a result over fears ...

    All the way to Oz..........

    A travel blog entry by degsyblue on Oct 26, 2014

    2 photos

    The day is here at last, Sunday 26th October. All packed & stressed as is my normal behaviour on most trips abroad, airports do my head in. Flying with Etihad so putting a few bob in our Middle Eastern sponsors pockets. I think for the price of these tickets I could have bought ...

    The Great Trek across England - Coast to Coast

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 02, 2013

    16 comments, 32 photos

    ... theatre was full of children and school groups. Dinner was at a Cuban restaurant in Islington, which is "North London" and is largely residential, with a few lively stretches of international based restaurants. We walked back along a piece of Regent's Canal, with lots of tied up canal boats. Day 33, July 4th: London to Riga, Latvia. This was another travel day which with the need for an early arrival at the airport, with an hour flight delay, and a two-hour loss for a time ...