✔ Treat yourself or a loved one to a 4* Mystery Cheshire Break.
✔ Voucher valid for 24 months from the date of purchase with free exchange during this time.
✔ Over 150 4* hotels in breathtaking locations.
✔ Includes a delicious breakfast each morning.
✔ The perfect gift and getaway for couples, friends, honeymooners anniversary or weddings.
✔ Bonus: £5 Amazon gift voucher included.
Voucher valid for 24 months from date of purchase.
Free voucher exchanges valid for 24 months from date of purchase.
Price is based on 2 people sharing a double/twin room.
Extra nights available for a supplement.
Extra adults/children available for a supplement.
Customers are allocated a 4* hotel for their chosen dates.
Non-refundable, non-amendable once your experience has been confirmed.
Subject to availability.
With this OMG Experience you'll visit Cheshire with its quaint towns and villages dotted throughout it's largely unspoilt rural landscape that blossoms all year, as well as locations for top-class shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities.
You'll be staying for a choice of one night or two nights 4* mystery Cheshire break, you'll be staying in a luxury 4* hotel in a fantastic loaction with all the facilities you could wish for. Each morning you will wake to a fantastic breakfast. Extended stays available.
Cheshire, one of the most picturesque counties in Britain, is situated in north west England. Black and white 'Magpie' houses set in idyllic gardens typify the Cheshire countryside.
Given the chance be sure to visit Chester, situated on the banks of the River Dee. Visit the city for the unique experience of combining first class shopping set in the 'Rows' (13th century covered walkways at first floor level), with a walk along the city walls, or a visit to the Norman Cathedral.
Perhaps a boat trip on the river, or a day at England's oldest racecourse Chester Racecourse, or even a visit to Chester Zoo - there is lots to see and do in Chester.
Cheshire’s Peak District is another visitor's favourite it encompasses nearly 100 square miles of awe-inspiring scenery that includes the world renowned Peak District National Park. The area also includes the Gritstone Trail, a 35 mile walking route taking in wild moorland, rocky outcrops, impressive peaks and breathtaking scenery.
You'll be able to take a walk in the beautiful Cheshire sunshine and stop off for refreshments and a hearty meal in one of the delightful pubs and inns around Cheshire's Peak District.
Cheshire is a great place to use as a base to explore the surrounding areas, Liverpool and Manchester are less than an hour away from Chester and just across the border you can discover the delights of North East Wales.
Just some of the many things to see and do:
Norton Priory Museum and Gardens - Norton Priory is the most excavated monastic site in Europe. Boasting the priory ruins, 12th century undercroft (which is the last fully surviving part of the priory itself) and an 18th century Walled Garden, it is located within an oasis of 42 acres of tranquil woodland and wildflower meadows.
City Sightseeing Chester Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour - Book a 24-hour or 48-hour passes, climb aboard, and descend for a closer look where and when you wish. You can look forward to spying landmarks like the Chester Cathedral and the Chester Roman Amphitheatre, while audio-guide commentary will tell the stories behind the sights.
2 Hour Iron Bridge Cruise on River Dee in Chester - Take to the water for a relaxing cruise on the beautiful River Dee on this sightseeing tour from Chester.
Lion Salt Works - The Lion Salt Works is a restored historic open-pan salt making site, in the village of Marston, close to Northwich. The site lies adjacent to the Trent and Mersey Canal, close to Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse, and the historic Anderton Boat Lift. When exploring the site and its restored buildings, you will discover how the salt works operated and the impact of salt on mid-Cheshire's people, economy and landscape.
Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden - Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden was originally part of the estate of Thomas Parr, a wealthy banker in Warrington who established his home here around 1830. After a turbulent period of demise, the walled garden was saved and transformed back to its former glory. Facilities include a pleasure garden with 3 ponds, a fully stocked kitchen garden, a cafe which is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday serving a selection of freshly made food using, where possible, produce from the kitchen garden when available. The site, owned by Grappenhall & Thelwall Parish Council, is open Tuesday-Sunday and admission is free.
Cheshire has something to offer everyone, so you'll be sure to have a wonderful break.