The suburb of Cheadle is located in the metropolitan borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester. Although it is a relatively small suburb in terms of its population, it has been an important resting point for travellers coming into Manchester for hundreds of years. There is evidence of settlements in the area from prehistoric times, while there are numerous buildings and houses built in the 18th century that still exist in Cheadle and attract people from all over the world who want to experience their historic charm and grandeur. Mosley Old Hall, a 17th century Stuart mansion, and St. Mary’s Church are famous attractions in the area.
A number of large companies have a presence in Cheadle, the most prominent one being the sportswear giant Umbro. Not only do they have their headquarters in the town, but also occupy numerous executive suites in the area. Abney Hall houses several serviced offices that are rented by various businesses such as wholesalers, computer professionals and health practitioners.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The sheer number of pubs and bars in Cheadle are sure to keep you entertained all night. The Ashlea is open until the early hours of the morning and has puts on live music gigs. The Brewery Tap is also a fantastic place for some night-time fun and revelry. Cinnamon Tree is a popular restaurant in the vicinity, serving up delicious and exotic Indian cuisine. Trattoria D’Agostino is known for its fine Italian cuisine while Victory Chop & Ale House serves up modern British fare.
East Didsbury is the closest railway station to Cheadle, providing connections to National Rail services. There are several bus routes available from Cheadle to nearby locations including regular services to Manchester city centre. Manchester Airport is a short distance away, providing access to destinations across the country and to most major European cities.