Wybunbury

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Wybunbury is in a village in Cheshire.

Understand[edit]

Wybunbury (pronounced Winds-bury in local accent) is a village about four miles from the railway town of Crewe, so is a popular destination who want to be near the railway but still want a quiet "family holiday" or day away from the hustle and bustle of the urban area.

Get in[edit]

By rail, take the railway to Crewe, and book either a taxi or take the bus to Wyndsbury.

Get around[edit]

By foot, bus or even by horse and cow.

See[edit]

Lots of dairy and beef farms in the area, so plenty of rural scenery.

Do[edit]

As a traditional rural village, there is plenty of sight seeing. A simple camera or smartphone can capture the local farms and wildlife quite easily.

Buy[edit]

There are local co-op shops in the village, to by everyday essentials such as the newspaper and drinks. There is also a post office to deliver mail.

Eat[edit]

Drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

Lea Farm Hotel, in Wrinehill Lane, about 1/2 mile from the village centre

Connect[edit]

As a rural location internet access is not guaranteed. It is advisable you bring a smartphone or book a hotel with wifi access.

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