Wybunbury is in a village in Cheshire.
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.
By rail, take the railway to Crewe, and book either a taxi or take the bus to Wyndsbury.
By foot, bus or even by horse and cow.
Lots of dairy and beef farms in the area, so plenty of rural scenery.
- 1 Wybunbury Moss National Nature Reserve.
- 2 St Chad's Church. Only the tower remains of this church which can trace its history back to the Domesday Book of 1086. The 29.3 m (96 ft) tower was built in the 15th century and was seen to been leaning in 1750. In 1833 the church building was demolished and the tower was stabilised by removing soil from the higher side.
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.
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.
- 1 Red Lion, 5 Main Rd, CW5 7NA. Pub with food (mains £10 - 20) and bedrooms (double £85).
As a rural location internet access is not guaranteed. It is advisable you bring a smartphone or book a hotel with wifi access.