The Champagne capital of Britain
Forming part of the wealthy Cheshire Triangle, the village of Alderley Edge is renowned for its amazing bar and restaurant life, as well as its many famous residents from footballers to pop stars. Try the fresh seafood at the Blue Lobster for a special night out. But it's not all celeb spotting and champagne quaffing - it balances its glamourous side with a more traditional, tranquil village life.
Stunning views from red sandstone cliffs
Rising over 100 metres above the village is the famous 'Alderley Edge' - a red sandstone escarpment that offers stunning views across the Cheshire countryside. This National Trust-owned site is covered in forest and full of relics from the era's mining history. A great spot for a day's walk, or even join up with the Derbyshire Caving Club to explore the local mines.
Explore sprawling Cheshire
As part of the Golden Triangle, Alderley Edge is a perfect base to explore the rich and diverse area. To the east, nature lovers can get their fix with hiking and trails through the hills and valleys of the Peak District. If it's shopping and culture you're after, Manchester is a short journey north. Planning a trip to Alderley Edge? The Travelodge Macclesfield Central Hotel is in the centre of Macclesfield's market town and historic mills, and just 6 miles from Alderley Edge. A few miles further north is the more secluded Macclesfield Adlington.