Beeston Castle, called ‘Castle of the Rock’, offers amazing views over the Cheshire countryside. At the entrance there is a lot of information about the castle, as it is part of English Heritage.
The way to the top is steep, so trainers are the best option.
This family was so cute, the boy was a very good dog handler. It was so nice to see him controlling the dog so well at his age. The grandma was telling stories about the castle to the little girl, I couldn’t help but hearing. It’s always nice to see grandparents with well behaved kids when we visit different attractions.
The woodland walk is nice, and less than 1 hour long.
Sampling the produce from the woodland walk.
We joked about our primitive behavior: eating wild blackberries and seeking shelter in a cave when the rain started pouring.
It was only a short shower. By the time we got to the parking lot, it was dry. We took advantage of the castle’s location to make a stop to Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, it’s only 7 min away.