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 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.