For a small town, Knutsford has a big appetite.The town is renowned for its array of restaurants, bars and fine food purveyors. From farmer’s markets and butchers selling locally sourced products, to fabulous fishmongers and divine delicatessens you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve died and gone to foodie heaven.
This compact town was also the inspiration and setting for Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford. Elizabeth Gaskell lived in Knutsford for many years and is buried in the churchyard of Brook Street Unitarian Chapel.
Visitors can recreate the Victorian experience by joining a guided walk from Knutsford Heritage Centre to reveal the ‘real’ Cranford.
Knutsford’s calendar is filled with events and festivals to suit all tastes and budgets – from the prestigious RHS show at Tatton Park to street fairs and literature festivals.
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