If you’re looking for a relaxing retreat, look no further than this beautiful country house hotel with spa situated just a few miles from Chester city centre. Guests are encouraged to make full use of the fitness center and first class leisure facilities such as the indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. There’s even an award winning restaurant onsite, as well as a bar so you don’t have to venture far in the evenings to enjoy a romantic evening. With free parking however, the hotel is within perfect proximity to local attractions so you can explore at your leisure and convenience.
History buffs will be in their element in Chester and the surrounding areas, as there is a wealth of diverse museums and historical sights of interest to discover. In Chester, take a tour around the historic walls that once protected the city against siege. The romans originally built the walls, but much of it was later rebuilt in medieval times. Outside of the city, the Anderton Boat Lift, built in 1875, was once used to lift boats out of the River Weaver and is of great engineering significance. The interactive educational displays are sure to keep the whole family engaged. The Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse is also nearby and describes the history of industry in Cheshire through film, models, artefacts and reconstructions whilst the workhouse focuses on the life of the poor including their cruel working conditions.
Thrill seekers will be in their element at Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure at Delamere Forest. Children from the age of 10 and up will go crazy for the variety of zip wires, bridges and Tarzan swings that they’ll have to use to navigate themselves to the end of the assault course. Surrounded by beautiful treetops, it’s a great outdoors activity for adults and kids alike. For a more tranquil activity, Cheshire is home to 6 championship level golf courses including Carden Park and the Mere Golf Resort and Spa.
The Forum Studio Theatre shows a variety of performances throughout the year, and is a great option if you’re looking for something cultural to do in the evening. Genres include opera, musicals, live music and pantomime. Alexander’s Live is another option, with comedy acts and live jazz music amongst others. There’s even the option to include dinner during the show. If you’re keen to try one of the restaurants in Chester however, the Olive Tree Restaurant at the Green Bough Hotel is a fine dining experience perfect for a romantic dinner for two.