The city of Sandbach is located in the county of Cheshire, in the United Kingdom. Sandbach’s market square, which is lined with beautiful old cobblestones, is home to one of the city’s most historical sites, which is the Saxon Crosses, finished sometime during the 9th century. These are scheduled monuments, meaning that they have been recognized as nationally important. Other historically significant, listed buildings in Sandbach include St. Mary’s Church, the Old Hall Hotel, and Sandbach School. Some of the discount hotels in Sandbach may be within walking distance of some of these attractions.
Other attractions and venues in Sandbach include the annual Transport Festival in April of each year, and the Trent and Mersey Canal which runs through the city. The recently opened Market Square in the Sandbach town center is a mecca for those visitors who enjoy shopping. Cheshire cheese is made in the county of Cheshire, and the restaurants, cafes and pubs in this area serve it proudly. The budget hotels in Sanbach allow their guests to enjoy their stay in the United Kingdom in perfect comfort.