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Join us for our Yuletide escape in the beautiful Cheshire countryside. Centring on a gorgeous 19th century hotel, we'll enjoy a wonderfully traditional Christmas accompanied by the very best of the locality and its history. Enjoy some last-minute shopping in the spectacular Rows in Chester itself, and discover the wonderful country house that you may have last seen in the BBC's Pride and Prejudice! Image Credit: Castle Square, Chester - © VisitEngland
Detailed Overview

Price includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast

  • Welcome tea/coffee, warming sherry & mince pies on arrival

  • 3-course dinner menu with 3 choices per courses

  • Tea/coffee after dinner

  • Hot chocolate on return from midnight mass

  • 3-course Christmas Day lunch

  • Hot fork Christmas Day buffet in the evening

  • Traditional tea dance with cream tea

  • Festive bingo

  • Festive quiz

  • Porterage

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

We arrive at our hotel to tea/coffee, mince pies and a warming glass of sherry.

Day 2

Christmas Eve in Chester
After some free time at the hotel this morning, in the afternoon we visit the historic and ancient walled city of Chester. Centring around its famous Rows, the medieval black and white buildings housing two-tiered covered shopping galleries, Chester has been a thriving market town for centuries. We return to our hotel mid-afternoon to relax and prepare for dinner, which is followed by festive bingo. For those who would like to attend midnight mass, a warming mug of hot chocolate will await you on your return.

Day 3

Christmas Day
Merry Christmas! After breakfast, you can enjoy a leisurely morning before our wonderfully traditional Christmas lunch. Relax in the afternoon before your evening buffet and festive quiz.

Day 4

Boxing Day in Lyme Park
This morning we take a Boxing Day stroll around Lyme House & Park. You may recognise this as the location for Pemberley in the BBC adaption of Pride and Prejudice, which has made it one of the most famous country houses in England. Nestling within sweeping moorland, Lyme Park is a magnificent estate not to be missed. We return to the hotel for a traditional tea dance including a sumptuous cream tea.
Please note: Being Boxing Day, some attractions may not be open.

Day 5

After breakfast, we make our way home.

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3* Hollin House Hotel, Macclesfield

Overlooking gardens and fields, the historic Hollin House Hotel sits on the outskirts of Bollington village, but within a five-minute drive of Macclesfield Town centre.  A Tudor Gothic style building, originally built in 1870, this wonderful hotel is cosy, luxurious and unassuming all at the same time.

• Historic Tudor Gothic building • Cosy but luxurious • Gardens • Village location • Lift • Free Wi-Fi • Restaurant • Bar • Lounge • Television • Telephone • Safe • Complimentary tea/coffee making facilities •

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