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Places to eat in Cheshire and Greater Manchester

Feeling peckish? You'll be spoilt for choice when it come to places to eat in Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Why not try Quarry Bank's Weaving Shed restaurant and enjoy a warm drink and a slice of cake as the river flows below you or catch up with friends and family at Lyme's Timber Yard café?

Places to eat in Cheshire and Greater Manchester

There are some great pit-stops to refuel at when you visit places in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.

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Quarry Bank 

Looking for some refreshment? Choose from three venues at Quarry Bank, which include a riverside restaurant and a garden café. Each of them offers a range of hot and cold meals, snacks, cakes and bakes.

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Dunham Massey 

There's a great choice of food and drink at Dunham Massey, with options to sit inside or outside. Afterwards, visit the shops and discover a treasure trove of goodies, ideal for a gift or souvenir.

Visitors having lunch at Cragside, Northumberland
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Lyme 

Feeling peckish during your visit to Lyme? There's a choice of eateries, each serving a wide range of snacks and drinks. After you've refuelled, head to the shops to browse for a special gift or souvenir.

Visitors enjoying a brew to go from the tea-room, looking at the ducks on the moat at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
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Little Moreton Hall 

The cosy tea-rooms at Little Moreton Hall offer delicious meals and treats all year round. Find out about these and the estate's pre-loved bookshop.

Scones with clotted cream and jam at Tyntesfield, Somerset
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Tatton Park 

Stop off for a cuppa and a bite to eat at the Stables Restaurant or the Gardener's Cottage Tea-Room. Then take home some local produce from the Housekeeper's Store or browse the goodies in the Gift Shop.

A young girl and family member admiring the blossom in the Lower Garden at Quarry Bank, Cheshire

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