We decided to have a few days away in bonnie Scotland but didn't fancy driving up all in one day so booked into the Crown Hotel in Nantwich
It's a Grade II listed building dating back more than four hundred years. It was burnt down in the great fire of Nantwich in 1583 but was quickly rebuilt by order of Queen Elizabeth I. It's a really quirky hotel with beams and lots of uneven floors.
Nantwich is a market town situated on the banks of the River Weaver with the Shropshire Union Canal running through the town making a junction with the Llangollen Canal.
We enjoyed a lovely walk though the park and nature reserve in the evening.
On our way back the beautiful Great Church of Saint Mary was basking in the evening sunshine.