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Small canalside village with plenty of charm

The Celtic name Lymm translates as 'a place of running water' thanks to the stream that runs through its centre, but the focal point of this stunning Cheshire village has to be the beautiful Bridgewater Canal. Aside from the canal, Lymm is a fantastic place to visit if you're looking for picturesque countryside and traditional village pubs. Be sure to visit the Dingle, a magical woodland area with a stream that connects the village's dams.

Visit stunning Lymm Dam

Green-Flag-winning Lymm Dam is one of the region's most stunning natural areas, attracting thousands of visitors every year. With 17 hectares of land to explore, you can spend an afternoon walking or cycling around the dam. At the southern end of the dam you'll find the Bongs, a private area of ancient woodland with a public footpath running through the trees.

Explore the historic Cheshire town of Warrington

From Lymm, you're just 20 minutes from Warrington. Cheshire's biggest town is jam-packed with attractions and activities, from Gulliver's World theme park to the magnificent Walton Hall and Gardens. With so many things to do, you'll need more than a day to explore this beautiful town. Planning a trip to Lymm? At Travelodge Warrington Hotel, you're perfectly positioned to explore the village, as well as being within walking distance of some of Warrington's best attractions. Alternatively, try Travelodge Altrincham Central Hotel, less than 15 minutes from Manchester Airport.