Welcome To Bank Farm
Mrs Susan Pym
Tel : 01244 301465 / 07963 468707
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Caravan and Motorhome Club
5 Outfits Only
Beautiful views across to the Welsh hills.
This site is situated in open Cheshire countryside but only a few miles from the historic Roman city of Chester.
A cycle route is nearby giving easy access to Chester, the coast on the Wirral and North Wales.
Delamere Forest (Go Ape) is approximately 5 miles away with Cheshire Oaks retail park, the Blue Planet aquarium and Chester Zoo are also nearby.
Manley Mere is two miles down the road with an aqua park, adventure trail and restaurant.
Ideal site for dog walkers, as there is direct access onto a network of countryside footpaths.
There is a local pub serving excellent food in the village within walking and cycling distance.
This is a quiet and peaceful site perfect for relaxing and enjoying wonderful sunsets.
Facilities : Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Electric hook up NOT available, Grass pitches, Scenic views, Battery charging, TV reception good, Dogs welcome.
Nearby : Restaurant/Pub
Open : All year
Pitch Fee : from £8 plus £2 for awning
Lovely peaceful site
A beautiful peaceful site with wonderful views and stunning sunsets. The grass is nice and short and easy to put pegs in for awning. Easy to use water and elsan points. Very dog friendly. There are lots of footpaths and walks from the site to explore the local area. We stayed for 2 nights but this wasn't enough to discover them all. The owners are very helpful and friendly - especially as when we were ready to leave, we discovered our tow vehicle battery was completely flat. The owner Graham came to our rescue with jump leads and tractor to help out. Thank you so much for this and for a wonderful relaxing weekend.
A lovely quiet site with water and elsan. Short grass and lovely views with a hedge on one side. Overlooks a potato field at present with distant views to the Wirral and \North wales. Some traffic noise in the morning but not intrusive. Occasional planes go over and most exciting are the large Airbuses coming in and out of the nearby air strip. Ideally placed for Chester, Wirral and North Cheshire. Easy access. We are a big single axle and had no difficulty at all. If following the directions in the hand book be warned that the warning sign for the right turn onto the B road is obscured by trees. Also the sign for the site sits back little so start looking when you pass the Foxcote tea rooms (closed). Easy turn in. On coming out of the site you have to pull onto the opposite side but it is easy. All things being equal we hope to return regularly. Thanks Sue and Graham.
Ideal for Chester & Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village
We stayed Friday 8th November 2019 for two nights. What a great new CL, only added in August! Despite the none stop rain during the week leading up to the weekend the field was in great shape and excellently drained through the sandy sub-terrain. The site is well secluded from the main road and has fantastic views across to the Welsh Mountains. We received a very warm welcome from the site owner, Sue, who gave us plenty of local information. Absolutely perfect location, just ten minute drive into the centre of Chester and twenty minutes to Cheshire Oaks Outlet Village. if you have dogs like us (we have 3) there are some great circular walks directly from the site. We will definitely be back in 2020 :)
Very relaxing site
We have just spent 7 nights at Bank Farm. The site is slightly sloping, so you may need a ramp for your caravan wheel. The grass is cut short, with water, elsan and bins placed at each corner of this triangular cl. The view is stunning over the field of maze to the hills of Wales , and the lights on Merseyside, not to mention the sunset. We enjoyed the walk into the village along the pavement, and noted the building of a community shop on the recreation ground, with the pub around the corner. You have a choice of many footpaths across the fields from this site. Take care if turning left into the site entrance with a caravan, it is a sharp turn, you may need to go into the centre of the road. No electric available, but the solar panel did the job. Thank you owner Sue for your welcome and advice on places to visit.
We booked on to the site for 1 night as we were just passing through on route to N Wales but decided to stay for three nights as it was so nice. Great position, views and a v friendly welcome. look forward to using the site again. Thanks Ann and Neil
Directions : From the M53 junction 2 head east on the A56. Just after Bridge Trafford turn right onto B5132. Cross over the railway bridge and through the village. CL is 100 metres on the right 0.5 miles from the bridge.