Tatton Park to Dunham Park

This easy 7 mile cycle ride starts  from the historic 1000 acre Tatton Park Estate, Knutsford and takes you through beautiful Cheshire country lanes to the Historic Dunham Park Estate.

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Tatton Park is a 100 acre Estate just outside
Knutsford,Cheshire. In the park you will find Tatton Hall, built in 1776 and is run by the National Trust and open to the public. You will also find Tatton Old Hall, Gardens, farm and deer.

Starting from the car park in Tatton Park (A). Leave the car park and cycle Right along the drive way out through the parkland along Rostherne Drive, keep a look out and see if you can see the deer in the park. After 1 mile you come to a junction (B) at the entrance to the park.

At the junction GO STRAIGHT ACROSS THE JUNCTION up Rostherne Lane towards Rostherne. Cycle along the lane for half a mile then TURN FIRST LEFT (C) along New Road. Its up hill initially on New Road. Cycle for one and a quarter miles to the end of New Road and at the junction (D) TURN RIGHT on to the A5034 and then RIGHT again by The Premier Inn, then TURN IMMEDIATE LEFT  opposite the Premier Inn along Chapel Lane (E).

Continue up Chapel Lane and after 1 mile TURN RIGHT along Back Lane (F) signposted
for Little Bollington. Cycle along Back Lane as it runs on to Thowler Lane and after half a mile you come to a fork in the road with a small patch of grass in the middle of the road. (G). At the fork TURN RIGHT up Boothbank Lane signposted for Bollington.

Cycle along the lane as it takes you under the M56 and runs on to Reddy Lane. Cycle for 1
mile to the end of the lane where you come to a ‘T’ junction (I) with Lymm Road A56. At the junction TURN LEFT then IMMEDIATE RIGHT up Park Lane (J) signposted for Bollington. Cycle along the lane for half a mile then just after The Swan with Two Nicks Pub on the left the lane ends and you cross the small bridge in front of you (K).

Continue on the other side of the small bridge straight ahead along Brick Lane and after half a mile at the end of the lane TURN RIGHT (L) and RIGHT AGAIN into Dunham Park. The end of the cycle ride.

Dunham Park part of the Dunham Massey Estate where you can find Dunham Massey Hall which is run by the National Trust and open to the public. The hall was built in 1611 and has a moat. You can also explore and enjoy the gardens and parkland

 

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