Even the origin of its name is poetic – Lymm – ‘place of running water’. So staying in Lymm holiday rentals also promises to live up to its name! When you choose to vacation in Lymm, you will find yourself in a village, albeit a big one, in North West England. Staying in Lymm holiday rentals will give you an opportunity to enjoy a wonderful English holiday. Great food, peaceful environs and wonderfully friendly people are just some of the ingredients that go into the making of Lymm. You will get history, architecture, natural beauty and museums too when you stay in the Lymm holiday cottages. So put on your walking shoes and explore the wonderful world of Lymm and carry home some brilliant memories of your time here.
Historical Lymm holidays – fun for all the family
You could think of starting your holiday with a visit to the ‘The Cross’. This is the village cross dating back to the 17th century and is a very simple structure, but it is a very powerful one for its history and significance. Considering the village centre is a conservation area, you can walk around it and take in its profusion of old churches and buildings. One of these buildings is the Town Hall. It is a terracotta structure. Walking on Arley Grove and Church Road areas will give you glimpses of some wonderful old cottages too. There is also the St. Mary’s Church, which is remarkable for its Gothic architecture. It exists on a site that has had a church since the 11th century. This particular church was built in 1850. Speaking of churches, you can use the time you spend in Lymm holiday homes to visit the St. Peter’s Church too. The St. Peter’s Church, Oughtrington, was built in 1871 and has beautiful stained glass windows.
Tasty treats and stunning scenery on holiday in Lymm
Treat yourself to a lovely sandwich from Sexton's Bakery and discover the Dam. The Lymm Dam is another place that you can visit when you stay in Lymm cottage rentals. This lies between Altrincham and Warrington, and dates back to 1824. Incidentally, Altrincham and Warrington can also be on your itinerary when you stay in the Lymm holiday rentals. Altrincham has some wonderful old churches and architecturally important buildings that you can see too, not to mention a great ice hockey stadium, home to the mighty Manchester Phoenix IHC. If you are looking to take a relaxing stroll through Lymm, head to the Bridgewater Canal, which has a promenade that is simply made for walking on! The canal dates back to 1761 and today, it is a peaceful and scenic route in Lymm. In fact, walking on the Bridgewater Canal will also give you a chance to view the great little sight of the quaint little cottages on the Square.
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