Nantwich, located in Cheshire, is a traditional market town. The area provides a range of different sights and landmarks that visitors will find interesting to see whilst visiting the local area. The town can be easily accessed from surrounding towns. Visitors will also find there is a good choice of pubs and restaurants in Nantwich as well as in the surrounding area. In addition, there is an ample selection of accommodation options in the local area as well. Although relatively small, the town of Nantwich is a charming place to visit and makes a good choice for visitors who are looking for a quiet place to enjoy.
The English market town of Nantwich is located within Cheshire County. The town is located within the Eastern part of Cheshire. The town of Nantwich is part of the parliamentary constituency that is known as Crewe and Nantwich. The town of Nantwich has a population of about twelve thousand.
The town of Nantwich dates back to the Roman times and at this time the salt from Nantwich was used by the Roman garrisons that were in Chester and also at Stoke on Trent.
The council borough that is known as Crewe and Nantwich was actually abolished on the 1st of April 2009 and the town of Nantwich is now part of authority area of East Cheshire.
The town of Nantwich is part of the Plain of Cheshire. The town of Nantwich is located on the banks of the River Weaver. The canal that is known as Shropshire Union flows through the town of Nantwich and this canal make a junction towards to the northern end of the end where it meets up with the Llangollen Canal.
The town of Nantwich is located about twenty miles to the south west of the town of Crewe and it is also about twenty miles to the south east of Chester. The town of Nantwich has great transportation networks and it has a junction road that is where a lot of the main A roads of the area run to. One of the roads within this area is known as one of the ten worst roads within England. This bad road is known as the A534 and it joins Nantwich to the Welsh border.