Hot Tub Breaks in Cheshire
Home to the Golden Triangle, as well as a luxury way of life and incredible countryside, a trip to Cheshire offers everything you could need for a family staycation.
Hot Tub Breaks In Cheshire
Situated in northwest England and with neighbouring links to Manchester and Liverpool, Cheshire offers a little bit of everything – whatever time of the year you’re visiting. The likes of Alderley Edge, Prestbury, Knutsford and Wilmslow boast an affluent town life with a range of shops, eateries and family-friendly entertainment. Close by, there’s the Peak District, where you can spend your days hiking up High Peak or even getting hearts racing in the reservoir. While the towns and villages here might be close to the hustle and bustle of the North’s best-loved cities, each has its own charm and character, and a nightlife scene for all that comes to life after dark.
Peruse the local farmer’s markets that take over the streets on a weekend. Try your hand at golf or even foot golf at one of the many courses. Or, why not head into one of the local department stores or designer outlet villages and treat yourself to something new. Of course, don’t forget to leave some time to visit one of Cheshire’s award-winning gastro pubs. Ideal for rural breaks and city-like escapes, Cheshire continues to be a firm favourite with families, couples, groups of friends and even solo travellers – so why not come and see what all the fuss is about?
We haven’t even mentioned our range of luxury accommodation and Cheshire hot tub breaks either – after all, Cheshire is known for its finer things. Think lodges with hot tubs in the Cheshire countryside, contemporary party houses with private hot tubs on the balcony and those more unusual properties like glamping tents, converted barns and tree houses hidden in Delamere Forest.
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Home to market towns, traditional villages and picturesque cities, for a first-class break that everyone will love, you can’t go wrong with Cheshire.
Best for? Lots to do
As Cheshire’s county town, and a popular city, Chester has a rich heritage and lots of attractions. Spend your time exploring the city walls, which are more than 2,000 years old. Visit the cathedral and discover mediaeval walkways. Or, head to Chester Zoo and get up close and personal to some of the world’s most unusual animals. That’s before we mention the shopping, arts and culture opportunities. You’re also ideally located to Liverpool and everything it has to offer and the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village is a must-see for those who like a little retail therapy.
Best for? A village feel
Although it’s officially classed as a town, and it’s much bigger than a village, Knutsford really does have a village feel and looks as if it could be on a postcard. It’s home to some of the most expensive streets in Cheshire and the centre is brimming with shops, delis, bakeries, pubs and restaurants. Tatton Park, Tabley House and the Gauntlets Birds of Prey even provide day-trip opportunities for families. And try not to miss the regular Maker’s Market which pops up on the first Sunday of every month. It’s a great place to buy local produce to feast on back at your pad.
Best for? Exploring the Peak District
If you fancy an adventure but want a hot tub holiday closer to amenities, then Macclesfield is the place for you. It sits just on the edge of the Peak District (in fact, it’s only one mile away) and has plenty of things to do – including lots of country pubs with hearty menus. The town itself is a former industrial town so a day at the museum is definitely worth a trip. It’s also one of the towns that escaped WWII bombings – so much of the orginal architecture remains. Choose from central accommodation in the heart of the action or head slightly further afield for forest lodges and log cabins with hot tubs.
Best for? A luxury lifestyle
Making up part of what’s known as the Golden Triangle, Wilmslow is home to footballers, a-list celebrities and TV stars as well as wealthy business people and other swanky names. Of course, the big houses and star-spotting opportunities aren’t the only reason to visit. The streets are lined with designer shops and for a relatively small town there’s plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from. It’s also just 20 minutes into Manchester if you do fancy exploring. Plus, Quarry Bank Mill in Styal is just up the road and offers a little history lesson on the area’s textile heritage.
Best for? Fairytale vibes
Tarporley is home to Peckforton and Beeston Castle, which are two fantastic places to explore, enjoy a walk and fill your boots with incredible food. When you’re not up in the hills, then the village itself has plenty to do. In fact, it’s often regarded as one of Cheshire’s prettiest and streets are lined with Victorian and Georgian houses, bakeries, boutiques and four pubs. What more could you ask for? Here, you can expect luxury and characterful accommodation with all the mod cons and special extras such as en suites, games rooms and even private bars!
The best activities in Cheshire
Get dressed up for the day, place your bets on one of the favourites and find a spot at one of the gin or champagne bars. A day at Chester Racecourse is a must for families and friends looking for a good time, and afterwards you’re just minutes from Chester centre and all of its bars and restaurants.
This Tudor Hall sits pretty in the Cheshire countryside amongst gorgeous parks and landscaped gardens. It’s the perfect place for a wander or even a picnic if the weather’s on your side. Plus, Tatton Park can be reached by foot, from Knutsford town centre, so you can stop off at one of the delis before you go and stock up on some delicious treats.
Tegg’s Nose Country Park
Kids and those four-legged friends will love to run wild in this country park, and after you’ve climbed the 380-metre high hill, you’ll be treated to incredible views. Keep an eye out for the local deer and why not play a game of wildlife bingo as you explore the trails and lakes? You could even take a snack for when you reach the top or book a table at one of Macclesfield’s best-loved pubs.
The Rex Cinema
This retro cinema showcases a selection of old classics as well as new releases, and that’s not even the best bit. Inside, you’ll find an impressive theatre with couple’s sofas and even alcoholic drinks served. The local business even teams up with nearby restaurants to offer pizza evenings and more. Popcorn, pizza and a new movie?! Yes please!
Land Rover Experience
One of the activities on offer at Peckforton Castle is a muddy Land Rover experience through the countryside. You’ll take the steering wheel and adventure off the beaten track, speeding through puddles and giving Lewis Hamilton a run for his money. It might not be for the faint hearted but it’ll certainly be a weekend to remember.