Christmas in Cheshire

Truly a Christmas getaway to remember, when we’ll enjoy the best the North West of England has to offer at this festive time of year; from enjoying a traditional pantomime at Manchester Opera House to exploring Cheshire’s capital of Chester, one of Britain’s best-preserved historic cities.

Travel Options

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Holiday Highlights

  • Return coach travel
  • 4 nights at a selected hotel in the North West area with dinner & breakfast. Christmas Day includes breakfast, a traditional Christmas lunch and a light evening buffet
  • Welcome drink
  • Porterage
  • After dinner tea and coffee
  • Light entertainment every night
  • Pantomime ticket (Gallery) for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Manchester Opera House
  • Excursions to Manchester & Chester

    Upgrade to a Stalls/Circle ticket at the pantomime for £10pp

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23/12/2019 £349.00 £N/A Book Now
Selected Hotel

We’ll stay at a well-appointed hotel in the North West area, conveniently located for our excursions. The comfortable rooms are en suite and other facilities include a bar and restaurant.

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Celebrate the Holiday Season in Historic Cheshire

Christmas Eve – Manchester & Pantomime
We begin the day with some free time in Manchester. Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, the city has undergone recent regeneration and is now a vibrant and cosmopolitan place that is home to galleries, museums and plenty of shops and restaurants. Christmas wouldn’t be complete without some traditional entertainment and what could be better than a fun-filled afternoon pantomime performance of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at Manchester Opera House starring Strictly Come Dancing’s Craig Revel Horwood as the ultimate Wicked Queen.

Christmas Day
Christmas Day is a lovely day of leisure at our hotel, including a traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings and a light buffet dinner.

Boxing Day – Chester
Boxing Day brings a visit to Chester, where the sights span the centuries. Wander through the streets of black and white timber-framed buildings and double-height shops or visit the remains of the city’s Roman Amphitheatre. Chester has a thriving shopping centre with a host of cafés, restaurants and pubs to tempt you.