Bishop Bennet Way
The Bishop Bennet Way is a shared walking and cycling path running from Beeston in Cheshire to Wirswall on the Shropshire borders.
The route starts at the 13th century Beeston Castle and proceeds through Milton Green, Churton and Shocklach where you will pass the Grade I listed Norman church.
You continue to Grindley Brook where you cross the Shropshire Union Canal shortly before finishing at Wirswall near Whitchurch.
For cyclists please note that a mountain bike is required for this route as there are some fairly rugged off road sections.
Bishop Bennet Way Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Bishop Bennet Way Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Bishop Bennet Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Bishop Bennet Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
The Letters Inn is a historic pub in the heart of the pretty village of Tattenhall in Cheshire. Inside there's a cosy roaring fire while outside there's a sun-trap terrace garden area. You can find them on the Hgh Street at postcode CH3 9PX. They are dog friendly if you are walking with your canine friend.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
At Cheshire based Tattenhall you can visit the noteworthy Ice Cream Farm, the largest ice cream shop in the world. The popular tourist attraction includes expansive children's play areas, farm animals and quad bikes. You can find them at Drumlan Hall, Newton Ln, CH3 9NE.
Just off the route in Cheshire you'll find the interesting village of Farndon. The village includes a noteworthy medieval bridge which spans the River Dee, connecting England to Holt in Wales. There's also The Hare for a pleasant pit stop. They serve good quality food and have a fine choice of real ales. Outside there's a pleasant terrace area where you can relax on warmer days. The pub is located on the High Street at postcode CH3 6PU for your sat navs.