Cheshire Travel Information  Covering over 900 square miles, Cheshire sits on the Welsh borders between Lancashire and Staffordshire. The moors of the peak district edge into the east of the county, followed by the Cheshire plains, crisscrossed with canals built during the Industrial Revolution, now an important place for narrow boating and pleasure craft. Cheshire is famous for its many white plaster and black timber frame houses. It is also home to some of Britain's grandest houses such as Arley House, Dunham Massey Hall and Tatton Park.Additional England travel information including vacation packages. 
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