Rookery Caravan Site, Haughton, Cheshire CW6 9RN
Gwen and Geoff Burdett welcome you to Rookery Caravan Site (5 van Caravan Club CL Site).
Our site is set in beautiful open Cheshire countryside and has been open as a caravan Club CL site since 1995. The site is a level site, which we pride ourselves on being kept mowed, there is electric hook ups to each pitch with a central access to fresh water, elsan and bin areas.
In addition to the caravan site we also have a self-catering holiday apartment for two people adjacent to the site built in 2006.
Haughton is a quiet Cheshire village however it is readily served by motorway links via the M56 and M6, which are only half hours drive away
Rookery caravan site is ideal for visiting a wide range of easily reached popular attractions, South Cheshire, Nantwich, Chester, Manchester, Liverpool, The Potteries, North Wales or of course a few days relax and let the world go by, BBQ, walking, cycling, local pubs.
Shops - Besides Haughtons own specialist farm butcher Chestnut Meats (www.chestnutmeats.co.uk), the nearest shops are in Bunbury (nearest village) they include a co-op with post office usually open 7.00am till 9pm.
In addition to the co-op there is a butchers and coffee shop.
There are more shops in Tarporley including bakers, antique shops, clothes shops, DIY, electrical goods and a pharmacy.
Nantwich is a well served market town (market days Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) with a Sainsbury, Morrisons and Aldi supermarkets and of course our superb monthly farmers market (last Saturday in the month).
Banks - The nearest banks are in Nantwich or Tarporley. There is a cash point in the Co-op in Bunbury village.
Eating Out - Recommending a place to eat is difficult, people look for different styles and also the depth of pockets vary howeve
o National Trust Properties.
o Golf - Meet our local Golf professional Martin OConnor, have a lesson or take advise on the local golf courses - www.vicarscrossgolf.co.uk
o Beeston Castle.
o Peckforton Castle (for weddings we are 5 mins drive or local taxis available)
o Choldmondsley Castle and Gardens ( Firework concert and festival of power)
o Nantwich - - www.whatsoninnantwich.co.uk
o Chester -www.chestertourist.com/whatson.htm
Bunbury Mill (open and operating for flower grinding Sunday afternoons)
Anderton boat lift
Great walking and cycling for example The Sandstone Trail and Delamere Forest
Local Pubs Nags Head Haughton (200 m), 17th Century Inn , with great beers and food
Going South down the A49 from Tarporley, past Beeston cattle market, past Bunbury turn (left), take next left for Haughton site 2.5 miles on right, 200m after Nags Head Public House.