Located in Warrington, this eco-friendly Secret Hotel prides itself on an extensive range of leisure and business facilities. For those looking to relax, you’ll be spoilt for choice with tennis facilities, a swimming pool, sauna, spa and Jacuzzi. There’s also a gym with dance and aerobics classes. The business centre on the other hand is equally as impressive, with secretarial services, conference rooms and banqueting facilities. Guest rooms have connecting rooms, perfect for families or groups of friends, and they benefit from free internet, daily housekeeping and cable television. Should you need anything during your stay, the 24 hour reception will be on hand to help. Don’t miss this Cheshire hotel with spa & leisure at great prices!
Warrington Museum and Art Gallery is the perfect place to start your trip, full of curiosities such as an Egyptian mummy, grotesque mermaid and a shrunken head! Art work by the likes of Henry Woods, Jan Van Os and L.S Lowry are also on display and should you wish to discover more about the local history you can do so through the archaeological excavations on display, including Bronze Age and Roman pieces. There’s also a children’s Victorian nursery where kids can get hands on and play dress up as well as an informative display about Warrington’s industrial past and workers conditions. If you’re travelling with younger children, Gulliver’s World Resort is also located in the town, providing themed rides such as the Western Runaway Train, a swinging pirate ship and even a clown school!
The town has an array of delicious restaurants including the Grill on the Square which serves classic British dishes and Greenfields Deli and Bistro which also caters for vegans. Nightlife here is surprisingly vibrant for a town, with Reflex pumping out 80’s hits and Level Vodka Bar specialising in Vodka based cocktails. Alternatively, Parr Hall theatre has regular performances of dramas, pantos and music events. With Manchester located so close, there’s even more nightlife to explore with top venues such as The Warehouse Project and Night and Day.
To escape from urban life, take one of the popular walking trails in the countryside like the Sandstone Trail which joins the towns of Frodsham and Whitchurch. There are cafes, pubs and shops en route for you to refuel in. Alternatively mountain bikes are available for hire and regular horse riding trips also explore the verdant countryside and allow you to cover more ground.