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Your Ultimate Open-Air Chester Staycation: Couples Edition

Your Ultimate Open-Air Chester Staycation: Couples Edition

Make the most of the (hopefully) luscious weather with an open-air staycation in Chester this summer. Our magnificent city offers an unparalleled selection of romantic and memorable activities to enjoy with your significant other, and unbeatable restaurants and accommodation offerings to match. Learn more about our romantic open-air offers below:

The Main Event

Dee River Kayaking

Join Dee River Kayaking for a relaxing paddle through the city of Chester, being sure to take in the majestic historic surroundings including the Roman city walls and Old Dee Bridge, or try your hands at white water kayaking by surfing the waves at the 11th-century weir! Another option is to try the ever-popular Stand Up Paddle Boarding. Whichever you choose, the opportunity to laugh with (maybe even at) your significant other is guaranteed!

All of Dee River Kayaking’s Chester based trips depart from Sandy Lane Car Park and can be expected to last between 2 and 3 hours. Participants are advised to wear warm clothes and waterproofs for ‘Calm Water’ excursions, whereas the ‘White Water’ counterparts demand bathing suits (worn under the wetsuits which are provided). All trips require closed-toe footwear.

Please note that Dee River Kayaking may be unsuitable for younger couples, as under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or legally appointed guardian.

Chester Zoo

Situated a short drive or bus journey away from the city centre is our world-famous attraction Chester Zoo. Whether you’re passionate about penguins, mad about monkeys or in awe of alligators, the 20,000+ animals situated across the site’s 128 acres of land promise a great day out for all! Plus, being a major animal welfare charity, your money will be reinvested into improving animals’ lives globally.

With so many animals to see, a visit to Chester Zoo will easily take up most of the day, but rest assured that there are plenty of toilets, plus dining establishments to please all taste buds offering dishes from fragrant Asian fusions to classic fast food! Also, there are kiosks dotted throughout Chester Zoo, allowing for the perfect pick-me-up snack and drink. Those on a budget, or simply preferring their own food, can bring a packed lunch to enjoy on one of the plentiful picnic benches.

Need a rest but not hungry? Why not embark on a Lazy River Boat Trip around Sumba Island? Alternatively, relax in the spectacular award-winning botanical gardens and admire the rare flora species around you. Before leaving, be sure to visit the Chester Zoo gift shop to purchase souvenirs to remember your visit!

Parking at Chester Zoo is free of charge and plentiful. For those with wheelchairs and limited mobility, disabled parking is available at the main entrance, and almost all park pathways and exhibits are accessible. Accessible toilets are also available across the site. Those bringing registered Assistance Dogs are welcome, although should contact the zoo in advance.

Please note that pre-booking is essential at the time of writing. Book your tickets here.

The Spa at Carden Park Hotel

Having a 5* rating and being amongst the UK’s largest all-weather proof spa gardens, Carden Park’s Spa makes for a rejuvenating, sensual experience, perfect for couples! The outside offer comprises full use of the Spa Garden and Thermal Experiences, with whole day, morning and Twilight packages available to name a few. These experiences also begin with welcome refreshments, a comfy robe to use throughout your stay, flip-flops to take home, and maybe even a glamorous Afternoon Tea for two!

You could easily spend all of your time outdoors, but for those wanting the best of both worlds, be sure to visit the indoor Salt Steam Room, Tepidarium, Aroma Steam Room and Experience Showers! Give yourselves an additional gift with a luxurious treatment, be this a Botanical Massage, Macadamia and Papaya Body Scrub, or something different altogether!

Whilst this section is dedicated to the hotel’s spa, the onsite luxury accommodation certainly makes for a great choice for couples! With a king-sized bed, en-suite bedroom or wet room, 39 inch HD plasma television in each room, plus a choice of four onsite restaurants, what more could you want?

Chester Ghost Tour

With over 2000 years of history, and frequent ghost sightings, a Ghost Tour around Chester looks to be an eerie evening never to be forgotten. Join the Chester Ghost Tour guides as they take you on a haunt of the city, telling you gruesome and peculiar tales of various sites’ paranormal inhabitants. You’ll be thankful you have your significant other by your side throughout!

Does the thought of sharing a tour with other humans send shivers down your spine? Book yourselves onto a Private Ghost Tour. But beware, you will automatically become the subjects of any ghastly encounters!

All Ghost Tours are approximately 90 minutes long and, where possible, should be booked in advance here. All tours depart from Chester Visitor Information Centre on Northgate Street. If informed at the time of booking, Chester Ghost Tour can be made accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility.

Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival

Taste Cheshire represents the best of local food across our county. So, if you and your partner enjoy great gastronomy, be sure to visit their Food & Drink Festival taking place at Chester Racecourse between 28th and 30th August 2021. In case you didn’t already know, this is the biggest event of its type to take place anywhere in the UK, with over 150 exhibitors!

As well as these excellent local choices, be sure to watch live cooking demonstrations and performances by three of the biggest catering names on TV: Masterchef’s John Torode, Ready Steady Cook’s Paul Rankin, and Eat Well for Less’ Chris Balvin! Plus, local chef and Masterchef star Simon Wood will be joining the line-up.

You and your significant other can also get involved in the action, with free cooking and BBQ classes on-site, and plenty of samples of course! Fancy something a little more unusual? The first 40 people to attend the Demon Theatre on the Sunday of the festival at 11am get to become sausage judges to find the NoWFOOD Centre Sausage of the Festival.

Read more about this fantastic event and book your tickets here.

Countess of Chester Country Park

Bringing the countryside to the city is the magnificent Countess of Chester Country Park, an excellent location to take a leisurely stroll whilst enjoying both the stunning scenery and company. Choose from three main walking trails, all between 0.8km and 5km-long, and with varying degrees of accessibility. The Countess of Chester Country Park also offers a Cultural Trail (3.6km) which takes guests through the wetlands and across an ancient green line, whereas the Poppy Trail, unsurprisingly, passes through a gorgeous field of the red beauties! Regardless of which route you choose, be sure to keep a lookout for the stunning fauna inhabitants including the Red Admiral Butterfly, Greater Spotted Woodpecker, and endangered toads.

Although aimed at beginners to map reading and the park’s youngest guests, there is no reason why couples cannot put themselves to the test with the site’s Permanent Orienteering Course! It’s a bit of fun if anything!

In terms of parking, the site has a small car park which costs £1 for two hours Monday to Friday, and is free at weekends. When it is busy on weekends only, park users may use the Hospital staff car park. Alternative parking can be found at the Mollington Banastre Hotel’s overflow car park.

City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Running between 9.30am and 5.30pm daily, a 24 or 48-hour ticket for the Hop-On Hop-Off sightseeing tour makes for a convenient, panoramic way to marvel at the wonders of Chester at a pace and rhythm which suits you and your significant other. There are 12 stops on the route, introducing the city’s iconic walls, gothic cathedral, and stunning roman amphitheatre amongst others. The views speak for themselves, but those interested in learning more can do so through the insightful pre-recorded or live commentary guides onboard. Plus, each purchase comes with a free booklet full of deals and discounts to use throughout the city, perfect for those bargain lovers!

We know plans sometimes change, and so it is great to know that your City Sightseeing tickets can be activated at any time within one year of purchase. Additionally, the company offers free cancellation up to 24 hours before your chosen travel date!

In terms of accessibility, the buses can generally cater for wheelchairs, although there is a chance you will have to wait for a later service (if the onboard wheelchair spaces are already filled).

Learn more about this Hop-On Hop-Off Tour here.

Pride and Prejudice at the Grosvenor Park Open-Air Theatre

Reputed as being one of the best romantic comedies of all time, a live-action performance of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in the heart of Chester’s majestic Grosvenor Park makes for a perfect date night activity! The show is available between 9th July and 30th August 2021, so you have ample time to view it – but be quick, as tickets are selling fast!

The nearest car park to Grosvenor Park is the NCP at Pepper Street, where audiences will receive a 25% discount on the standard tariff if arriving before 6pm, and a 50% if parking after 6pm – only if using the NCP app and using the SaverID code ST4HXE. Disabled parking is available.

The theatre itself is fully accessible, with appropriate toilets on-site. Additional requirements may be catered for if you contact ticketing@storyhouse.com.

A Night at Moonlight Flicks

Snuggle up with your partner and enjoy a late-night showing of a great film in the serene surroundings of Chester Cathedral, courtesy of Moonlight Flicks! There are way too many screenings to list here (you can find a full programme here), but highlights include Romeo & Juliette, Dirty Dancing, Grease, Hot Fuzz, and Top Gun!

Make your night even cosier by pre-ordering a wood-fired pizza or classic cinema snack box to enjoy alongside the movie! Alternatively, bringing your own snacks is equally permitted!

If your screening is cancelled due to poor weather, you will be able to switch to a different one or get a refund. The Dean’s Field at Chester Cathedral is accessible for wheelchair users.

A Side of Food

After all of those activities, delicious food with surroundings to match is a must! Fortunately for you, we have rounded up our top dining choices in the city for couples.

The Old Harkers Arms

Boasting an extensive range of modern but unpretentious British-inspired dishes, alongside locally-brewed beverages and more, The Old Harkers Arms gastropub is almost certain to please. And, with a daily-changing menu, there is always a new dish to indulge in.

Its quaint outdoor seating area offers stunning views of the Shropshire Union Canal and its wildlife, making it the ideal venue to relax with great food and a glass of bubbly (or whisky given it has been frequently listed in the Good Pub Guide under the ‘Top 10 Whisky Pubs’ category)! All in all, we believe it is the amongst the most perfect, scenic date night venues!

The Boathouse

Boasting a floating beer garden and beach huts with views overlooking the River Dee, The Boathouse is a gorgeous venue to take your significant other for an al fresco dining experience. The venue offers an impressive, award-winning drinks selection alongside home-cooked seasonal pub classics, meaning there is something that may cater to everyone!

Another tempting bonus to The Boathouse is that it features on-site accommodation, meaning you can finish your meals, and, immediately after, be in your comfortable place for the night. The so-called Riverside Rooms are all furnished with a tranquil, nautical theme, and feature an en-suite bathroom, a Freeview TV, complimentary toiletries, and beverage making facilities. Plus, all rooms can access free parking and Tesla charging points.

Ring O’ Bells

Combining top-quality, classy dishes with the finest wines and beers around is Ring O’ Bells, situated in the Chester suburb of Christleton. With an extensive menu ranging from pizza, wraps, roasts and more, alongside an equally extensive gluten-free selection, Ring O’ Bells’ lovingly homemade dishes are likely to go down well with all. Plus, by serving such a vast range of dishes, your significant other’s frustrating “I don’t mind what type of food we eat” exclamation is overcome! Even better? Ring O’ Bells’ al fresco offer sees its guests seated beneath a tipi canopy!

Wednesdays and Fridays at Ring O’ Bells are designated pizza and burger nights respectively, meaning you and your partner can dine on such dishes on a 2-for-1 basis! So, if you are looking for charming, flavourful dishes and a price point to suit a budget, this is the place to be!

The Coach House

The multi-award-winning gastropub The Coach House Inn provides a hearty fayre of simple, yet high-quality dishes in which to indulge in style. Dinner guests are treated to an intimate candlelit dinner, whereas those visiting for breakfast, lunch, or simply a mid-afternoon snack can expect a less romantic, but nonetheless exquisite, experience. Dining on a Sunday? Be sure to enjoy a traditional roast dinner on-site (vegan option available)!

Until the end of June, The Coach House Inn’s outdoor heated marquee will be available to dine in, and we anticipate that outdoor, unsheltered dining will resume after this – meaning you can make the most of the days when the sun is shining!

Like The Boathouse, The Coach House Inn also provides luxurious accommodation with individually designed bedrooms and a cooked breakfast included as standard, which brings us on to our final section…

A Romantic Place to Slumber

You’ll certainly need a cosy place to rest and recharge after all of those activities. See below our top Chester accommodation picks for couples (don’t worry, they are not all in the open-air)!   

Oakwood Farm Chester

Based just 3 miles from the city centre is Oakwood Farm Chester, a stunning venue offering both a Touring Park and Mews accommodation.

In the Mews accommodation, 9 modern double (or twin) rooms are available, all complete with a large en-suite shower room, smart TV and free Wi-Fi. If the stunning room was not enough, a delicious breakfast can easily be arranged for the following morning, meaning you will be ready for another day exploring the city!

Oakwood Farm Chester’s Touring Park can accommodate caravans, motorhomes and, for those wanting to somewhat continue the al fresco lifestyle, tents. All pitches, regardless of type, feature water and electric hook up, making for optimal convenience. Get snuggly with a small campfire or BBQ in the evening and, if it is a clear night, be sure to watch the stars together!  

Oddfellows

Pairing Georgian charm with quirky, intimate interiors, the boutique Oddfellows hotel is a great choice for a short romantic getaway in our historic city. Each of the hotel’s whimsical bedrooms, suites, and apartments feature beds you can sink into, spacious bathtubs, and sensual showers, meaning you and your significant other can expect pure bliss during your stay.

Venturing outside of your room, be sure to enjoy the The Secret Garden, an Instagrammable, trendy outside area serving countless bespoke cocktails and an inventive food menu produced with as many locally sourced and seasonal ingredients as can be! Why not go the extra mile and treat each other to a stylish Afternoon Tea in this flora-filled venue?

Lavender Lodge Chester

Just 10-minutes from the city centre, and boasting a 4-star Silver AA grading, the lovely Edwardian house of Lavender Lodge Chester makes for a great base for your couple’s break! The classically decorated B&B offers three double rooms, each containing blackout curtains, tea and coffee facilities, complimentary toiletries in the en-suite shower room, and a television! Lavender Lodge guests also benefit from wireless broadband throughout and off-road parking.

Each morning, visit the ground floor dining room to enjoy a traditional full English breakfast, prepared using local produce wherever possible. As well as this, you will find a wide choice of cereals and yoghurts, seasonal fresh berries, and even smoked salmon! Those with specific dietary requirements can be catered for, although should mention this upon booking.

The Chester Grosvenor

Last but certainly not least is Cheshire’s only 5* hotel, The Chester Grosvenor. Upon approaching this spectacular hotel, you will be greeted by a Commissionaire, and the VIP treatment will continue throughout your visit.

Each of the beautiful rooms and suites on-site is furnished only with the finest fabrics and fixtures, and attentive staff are never more than a call away. If a pampering is what you desire, the serene on-site Spa offers the perfect mixture of serenity, relaxation, and vitality, perfect for rewinding after a busy day of al fresco activities in the city.

The food scene at The Chester Grosvenor is nothing short of spectacular either, boasting the chic and sophisticated Simon Radley restaurant, which holds a Michelin star, and La Brasserie, which fuses English and international cuisines together to a 2 AA Rosette standard. The Arkle Bar and Lounge is the ideal setting to sip on a delicate beverage, perhaps a glass of Champagne from the hotel’s exquisite collection?

Have we inspired you and your significant other to take a staycation to Chester to enjoy the open-air? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to tag us on Instagram in your photos using #Chester!

Product Information

  1. Dee River Kayaking

    Chester

    Dee River Kayaking is a friendly and professional river kayaking service based in Chester.We offer guided tours and instruction, and aim to be open and accessible to all.

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    Dee River Kayaking is a friendly and professional river kayaking service based in Chester.We offer guided tours and instruction, and aim to be open and accessible to all.

    The River Dee at Chester is the perfect place to experience the joy of river kayaking. You can enjoy the nature as you paddle past Chester Meadows, the atmosphere of the river-front promenade, and soak in the history of sites such as the Roman city walls, the Old Dee Bridge, and the Chester Weir.

    If you fancy something a little more exciting,  you can even take this chance to try white water kayaking by booking the Chester White Water Session. All sessions are designed to be accessible to beginners and enjoyable for all.  

    Contact Details:

    Sandy Lane Park, Sandy Lane, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 5UL

    Website

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  2. Chester Zoo

    Chester

    A visit to Cheshire isn’t complete without a trip to the UK’s number one zoo. Chester Zoo is home to over 27,000 endangered and exotic animals based in beautiful, award-winning zoological gardens.

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    Chester Zoo Experiences
    Love It For Longer - a new exhibition made from waste and rubbish - has opened at Chester Zoo
    Love It For Longer - a new exhibition made from waste and rubbish - has opened at Chester Zoo
    Tree Top Play at Chester Zoo
    The Oakfield Pub, Chester Zoo
    Chester Zoo Experiences
    Love It For Longer - a new exhibition made from waste and rubbish - has opened at Chester Zoo
    Love It For Longer - a new exhibition made from waste and rubbish - has opened at Chester Zoo
    Tree Top Play at Chester Zoo
    The Oakfield Pub, Chester Zoo

    A visit to Cheshire isn’t complete without a trip to the UK’s number one zoo. Chester Zoo is home to over 27,000 endangered and exotic animals based in beautiful, award-winning zoological gardens. With over 500 different animal species in our 125 acres, you’re sure to have great day out full of adventure - discovering and learning more about our incredible animals and plants.

    There’s always something new at Chester Zoo and this summer is no exception. Join us for a completely utterly incredibly absolutely, gobsmackingly, amazing exhibition that is 100% total utter trash. We’ll be revolutionising our rubbish and learning to LOVE IT FOR LONGER!

    We’ve also been busy transforming our current flamingo habitat into an INCREDIBLE NEW INTERACTIVE habitat space – a thriving, diverse Latin American walk through aviary which will allow you to walk side-by-side with some of South and Central America’s most colourful, spectacular bird species – and view them in full flight! Come and experience a truly immersive experience.

    Visiting the zoo can be hungry work so why not make a meal of your visit and stop for a bite at one of the many restaurants, cafes and kiosks located throughout the zoo. From classic family friendly dishes, to tasty street food and authentic South East Asian inspired dishes.

    Looking for something a little more special? The Oakfield is a contemporary British pub at the heart of the zoo serving freshly prepared locally sourced food and hand-picked beers, wines and spirits. Explore our extensive seasonal menu, with popular roast dinners served every Sunday.*

    BRAND NEW for 2021 our experiences will get you closer than EVER before to our INCREDIBLE animals and plants, PLUS meet our experts! From breakfast with the lions to getting up close and personal to a HUGE lizard, we have experiences that will EXCITE and DELIGHT any animal lover.

    We hope to welcome you soon!

    For information about opening times and prices, please visit our website www.chesterzoo.org (prices and opening times vary throughout the year).

    *Usual zoo admission fees apply but our members can visit as often as they wish.

    Contact Details:

    Upton by Chester, Chester, Cheshire, CH2 1EU

    Tel:

    01244 380280

    Website

    Web Site

  3. The Spa at Carden

    Nr Chester

    Drawing inspiration from the tranquil 1,000 acre Carden Park estate, there is a carefully curated range of treatments on offer, using natural botanicals to improve your well-being, in the abundant spa facilities.

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    The Garden at the Spa at Carden
    Indoor Vitality Pool, at the Spa at Carden
    Heated Pods at the Spa at Carden
    The Firepit at the Spa at Carden
    Deep Relaxation at the Spa at Carden
    The Garden at the Spa at Carden
    Indoor Vitality Pool, at the Spa at Carden
    Heated Pods at the Spa at Carden
    The Firepit at the Spa at Carden
    Deep Relaxation at the Spa at Carden

    Drawing inspiration from the tranquil 1,000 acre Carden Park estate, there is a carefully curated range of treatments on offer, using natural botanicals to improve your well-being, in the abundant spa facilities.

    After your treatment, stimulate your senses in the beautiful and extensive Spa Garden, unwind in one of the themed relaxation rooms, sip Champagne in the beauty bar or enjoy a light meal with stunning views at the spa restaurant, Elements.

    Everyone should have the opportunity to feel good; for an hour; a day or an entire weekend. More than a spa, this is a destination for well-being.

    Contact Details:

    Carden Park, Broxton Road, Nr Chester, Cheshire, CH3 9DQ

    Tel:

    01829 731000

    Website

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  4. Chester Ghost Tours

    Northgate Street, Chester

    Chester Ghost Tours have been delving into haunted happenings for over 30 years in a city renowned for its action-packed past.

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    Chester Ghost Tours - Does a monk haunt the area by St Johns Church?
    Chester Ghost Tours - Chester is Britain's most haunted city
    Chester Ghost Tours venture forth from the Gothic Town Hall
    Time for a Chester Ghost Tour when the sun goes down
    Chester Ghost Tours - Does a monk haunt the area by St Johns Church?
    Chester Ghost Tours - Chester is Britain's most haunted city
    Chester Ghost Tours venture forth from the Gothic Town Hall
    Time for a Chester Ghost Tour when the sun goes down

    Ghosts in every culture and age

    Ghosts.

    Let's face it.

    They have been with us since the dawn of time in every culture and age and often pop up in ancient Greek and Roman writings and even Shakespeare.

    Ghosts feature in languages across the world too including for example Gaelic (banshee), French (fantome),German (poltergeist) and Latin (exspiravit).

    The Ghosts of Chester

    Chester Ghost Tours have been delving into haunted happenings for over 30 years in a city renowned for its action-packed past.

    You'd expect to come across the odd ghost or two in a city that has seen just about everything over the past 2000 years from the Roman invasion of Britain via the English Civil War to the Industrial Revolution.

    The city has also seen Viking invaders land on the shores of Chester and set up camp in the deserted Roman Amphitheatre only to be driven out by Anglo-Saxon warriors led by warrior-queen Aetheldflaeda -the daughter of King Alfred The Great.

    Two hundred years later the Anglo-Saxon forces were beaten in battle by the army of William the Conqueror whose nephew - Hugh Lupus or Hugh the Wolf - built the formidable Chester Castle inside the City Walls.

    In the Middle Ages, Chester became the largest port in North West England and sailing ships from across the world unloaded their cargoes on its quayside and trade flourished but its peace and prosperity was shattered by the English Civil War, when Cromwell's cannons battered and besieged the city for over 2 years.

    Chester recovered from this period of death and devastation and prospered in Georgian England.

    It felt the heat of the Industrial Revolution that changed the landscape of Britain and brought bridges, canals and railways in its wake.

    The city flourished in the reign of Queen Victoria too with the development of a network of trams and omnibuses to its ancient streets.

    So the city has seen its fair share of battles across the centuries and Chester Ghost Tours turns back the pages of history to uncover the secrets of the past and goes in search of the paranormal......

    The city has also seen its fair share of crime and punishment, devastating plagues, public executions, disasters and murders so it's no wonder Chester is said to be the most haunted place in the UK.

    Chester Ghost Tours

    Chester Ghost Tours take you on even the darkest and coldest nights along cobbled streets, through ancient thoroughfares and the 'wicked old Rows' to locations -sometimes off the beaten track with eerie backdrops and tell you scary stories about 'ghosties and ghoulies, and things that go bump in the night'.

    The team of experienced Ghost Tour guides have their own set of spooky tales and preferred routes around the 2000 year old city so every tour is different.

    They don't indulge in gimmicks on the tours so if you experience something strange along the way, it's nothing to do with us!

    There are some things that they cannot explain and are beyond our understanding in a universe full of mysteries so come and enjoy an evening of fun and phantoms on the Chester Ghost Tour venturing forth at 7.30pm from the Town Hall every Saturday all year; every Friday and Saturday June-August; and every Thursday, Friday and Saturday September-November, plus extra tours throughout Halloween.

    You can book online at www.ghostcity.co.uk or call into Visitor Information Centre at the Town Hall to buy your tickets.

     

    All participants must book tickets in advance online at www.ghostcity.co.uk

    or at Chester Visitor Information Centre, wear a mask or face covering unless medically exempt, and observe social distancing.

    Our guides wear a mask and are equipped with Visors and Voice Amplifiers.

    We also provide hand sanitiser throughout the tour.

    We look forward to welcoming you on the tour!

    Contact Details:

    Visitor Information Centre, Town Hall Square, Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 2HJ

    Website

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  5. Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival

    Chester

    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival is the biggest event of its type to take place anywhere in the UK this Bank Holiday. Over 150 exhibitors highlighting the best the county, region and country has to offer and means that for you, the visitor it is simply a wonderful culinary experience.

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    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival
    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival
    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival
    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival
    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival
    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival

    Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival is the biggest event of its type to take place anywhere in the UK this Bank Holiday. Over 150 exhibitors highlighting the best the county, region and country has to offer and means that for you, the visitor it is simply a wonderful culinary experience.

    Every year we have a fabulous line up of celebrity and local chefs, we have announced Ready Steady Cook’s Paul Rankin, Masterchefs John Torode and eat well for Less Star- Chris Bavin.

    Chester Racecourse, the only racecourse set in the heart of a city is the perfect location for this fun filled family event including Free childrens cooking classes turning your little ones in to mini masterchefs. As well as a whole host of entertainment for the adults who can sample and purchase from the offering of 150 food drinik and lifestyle exhibitors. What are you waiting for get your tickets now at; http://chesterfoodanddrink.co.uk/

    Contact Details:

    Chester Racecourse, Grey Friars, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 2LY

    Website

    Web Site

  6. Countess of Chester Country Park

    Chester

    Countess of Chester Country Park brings the countryside closer to the city, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy natural and peaceful surroundings as they wander around the park’s pathways.

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    Countess of Chester Country Park

    Countess of Chester Country Park brings the countryside closer to the city, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy natural and peaceful surroundings as they wander around the park’s pathways.

    What you can see

    Down at the wetland you may spot a Kingfisher spectacularly dart into the water or a grey Heron patiently waiting at the water’s edge. Kestrels hover majestically over the grasslands, which in summer attract colourful butterflies such as the Common Blue, Peacock and Red Admiral. Whilst in the woodland you may see a Greater Spotted Woodpecker or a Sparrowhawk. The park has a variety of wetland and meadowland habitats as well as woodland areas that are being enhanced by new planting. A new Nature Reserve is due to open in September 2020 which is part of Chester Zoo’s Wildlife Connections project. Various sites within the park have wildflower meadows created with the help of local schools and other visitors and volunteers. Regular wildlife surveys take place within the park and the number of birds, butterflies etc has increased significantly since it opened. The current wetland is home to many animals and plants, in particular, toads which are now an endangered species.

    Contact Details:

    Valley Dr, Chester, Cheshire, CH2 1UL

    Tel:

    0151 423 4433

    Website

    Web Site

  7. City Sightseeing Open Top Tour

    Chester

    Discover the rich history of Chester with City Sightseeing open top bus tour.

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    City Sightseeing Foregate St
    City Sightseeing Foregate St

    Discover the rich history of Chester with City Sightseeing.

    Chester was founded in the year 79 AD by the Roman Legio I Adiutrixm, making Chester's main roads, Eastgate, Northgate, Watergate and Bridge almost 2,000 years old.

    Chester is one of the most archaelogically rich cities in Britain full of architectural treasures such as the city Walls, the Cathedral, Roman amphitheatre and other things to do in the city that the City Sightseeing Chester Tour will introduce you to.

    You can:

    -wander along the River Dee or catch a river cruise  – buy a combined bus and river ticket from our driver!

    -take at tour at Chester Cathedral  or just absorb the atmosphere

    -discover the site of the ancient Roman Amphitheatre 

    -visit the award winning Dewa Roman Experience 

    -find historical exhibits at the Grosvenor Museum  or the Cheshire Military Museum 

    -stroll through Grosvenor Park or book a show in the open-air theatre 

    -hop off at the Racecourse or County Castle

    Shopaholics can stop off at Frodsham Street and find the Mall and Grosvenor Shopping centre. Unwind in the evening in Chester’s many chic and trendy bars, restaurants, bistros, clubs or even go ten-pin bowling!  Let City Sightseeing highlight all there is to see and help you plan your stay in the city.  

    Contact Details:

    Chester

    Tel:

    01244 381461

    Website

    Web Site

  8. Pride and Prejudice - Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

    Chester

    The glorious world of Jane Austen is brought to life in Grosvenor Park in full technicolour in this major new costume drama. Possibly the greatest love story in the English language and a tale of comedy, unbearable passion, and endless dancing…

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    Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre
    Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

    To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love.

    The glorious world of Jane Austen is brought to life in Grosvenor Park in full technicolour in this major new costume drama. Possibly the greatest love story in the English language and a tale of comedy, unbearable passion, and endless dancing…

    Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is back! Pop the prosecco and come together again, finally, for an extended summer of joyful theatre in the park.

    Storyhouse have announced that its multi award-winning Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is to go on immediate sale.

    Following the news of the government’s road map, Storyhouse have wasted no time in announcing plans for an extended season – meaning the theatre will open Saturday 29 May until Monday 30 August with 110 shows between the late May and August bank holiday.

    Children’s classic The Jungle Book (29 May – 30 August) and Shakespeare’s farce The Merry Wives of Windsor (4 June – 30 August) will be performed alongside Jane Austen’s romantic comedy Pride and Prejudice (9 July – 30 August). 

    Alex Clifton, artistic director at Storyhouse, said:

    “We are promising another barn-raising summer of joy as we emerge into the summer! Merry Wives is a show which demands that you just turn off, sit back and giggle – it’s what we all need this year! Pride and Prejudice will hit all the sweet spots – as a romance and as a narrative. Jane Austen’s classic sense of humour is so delicious and still feels very potent. Whilst for kids and the young at heart The Jungle Book will be full of music, full of heart and a great homecoming story.”

    The season opens on Saturday 29 May with Glyn Maxwell’s adaptation of the Kipling classic The Jungle Book. Maxwell also adapted Grosvenor Park favourites Alice in Wonderland, Wind in the Willows and Cyrano de Bergerac. British – Indian director Gitika Buttoo will direct. Playwright Deborah McAndrew has adapted Pride and Prejudice, Conrad Nelson will direct. John Young will direct Merry Wives of Windsor. Design by Jessica Curtis.

    Tickets are on sale to Storyhouse Card members until Easter Monday. Prices for Members start from £26.50 and for general release at £28. Membership is £4 a month, and cancellable at any time.

    Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre staged one of the only full-sized theatre show in the UK last summer, which saw A Comedy of Errors sell all its tickets in a week.  Organisers are expecting a similar rush for tickets this year and have doubled the length of the season to cope with demand and reduced capacities.

    Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre is sponsored by MBNA.

    To find out more and book visit grosvenorpark.co.uk.

    Contact Details:

    Grosvenor Park Road, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 1QQ

    Tel:

    01244 409113

    Website

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  9. Moonlight Flicks at Dean's Field

    Chester

    Storyhouse’s Moonlight Flicks returns this summer with the largest and longest open-air season of cinema to date. 

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    Moonlight Flicks at The Dean's Field

    Storyhouse’s Moonlight Flicks returns this summer with the largest and longest open-air season of cinema to date. 

    The extended 2021 programme of big screen entertainment opens on the late May Bank Holiday weekend and will take place at three venues across the region. 

    Open-air cinema is back in the stunning setting of Chester Cathedral’s Dean’s Field for a second year, as well as at Claremont Farm in Wirral where there was a sell-out season of screenings last October. 

    And this year there is a new addition to the summer season with Snugburys Ice Cream at Park Farm near Nantwich joining the Moonlight Flicks film family. It will host cinematic favourites on Saturday evenings from 3 July to 28 August. 

    Almost 70 separate screenings are taking place between May and September with more dates and titles set to be added in coming weeks. Films start as the sun sets. 

    Moonlight Flicks opens on Saturday, 29 May with Dean’s Field the venue for a special 25th anniversary screening of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet and Claremont Farm hosting Wonder Woman 1984. 

    Other big screen treats planned over the summer months include family, cult, comedy and blockbuster film favourites. 

    Along with Romeo & Juliet, there will also be anniversary showings of Bridget Jones’s Diary and Trainspotting.  

    Films for all the family include The Lion King, The Greatest Showman, The Secret Garden, Jurassic Park and Guardians of the Galaxy. 

    Musical favourites Grease and Mamma Mia are also among the line-up, while there are a host of irresistible 80s classics including Dirty Dancing, Back to the Future, The Princess Bride and Karate Kid.  

    The films are shown on Storyhouse’s giant 30ft Airscreen, and each location will have refreshments on offer including delicious pre-ordered pizzas available at Dean’s Field.

    Contact Details:

    The Dean's Field, Chester Cathedral, Chester, Cheshire, CH12DY

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  10. Old Harkers Arms

    Chester

    This is a proper old city of London boozer, only in Chester, that has a really good reputation for its food - it's a great meeting place.

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    Old Harkers Arms Pub and Restaurant
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    Old Harkers Arms Pub and Restaurant

    This is a proper old city of London boozer, only in Chester, that has a really good reputation for its food - it's a great meeting place over a pub lunch, and at different times you’ll find half the commercial and professional heart of the city in there.

    It’s a very social place with a lovely clubby atmosphere, and you’re pretty much bound to meet someone interesting.

    Contact Details:

    1 Russell Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 5AL

    Tel:

    01244 344525

    Website

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  11. The Boathouse Chester

    Chester

    The Boathouse is situated in the idyllic loaction of the Groves lining The Chester River Dee, overlooking the river.

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    The exterior of The Boathouse in Chester offers new floating beer garden and serves JW Lees Beer

    The Boathouse is situated in the much desirable location of The Groves alongside the River Dee.

    Equipped with beach huts in their outdoor seating area and new floating beer garden, it's perfect for a summer's day in Chester. Or if the sun isn't showing its face, thats ok because the area also has heaters and a fire pit. 

    The Boathouse is proud to serve JW Lees Beer and also offer a selection of fine wines. Its a family friendly pub that serves homemade Sunday roasts all year round!

    Contact Details:

    21, The Groves, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 1SD

    Tel:

    01244 328709

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  12. Ring O' Bells

    Chester

    The Ring O' Bells is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Christleton, only a stones throw from the city of Chester.

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    Ring O' Bells pub at Cheshire combines high class food with the finest wines
    The Ring O' Bells offer delicious food combined with fantastic drinking
    Tasty and varied beers at Ring O' Bells
    Tasty burgers and menus at Ring O' Bells
    Ring O' Bells pub at Cheshire combines high class food with the finest wines
    The Ring O' Bells offer delicious food combined with fantastic drinking
    Tasty and varied beers at Ring O' Bells
    Tasty burgers and menus at Ring O' Bells

    The Ring O' Bells is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Christleton, only a stones throw from the city of Chester.

    They pride themselves on offering high quality home cooking, along with a carefully selected wine list & local cask ales, which combine to produce a fantastic drinking and dining experience.

    Here at the Ring O' Bells, there are 3 distinct spaces, which can be used to provide the perfect environment for any event, from Christenings and weddings, to birthdays and wakes. Whatever the occasion, whatever the needs, there are menus to suit all tastes and diets, to make your event that extra bit special.

    Local suppliers & locally sourced produce are used wherever possible, with changes being made seasonally to ensure they continue to provide freshness and variety to their customers. The team work constantly with their valued local suppliers to keep their products of the highest quality.

    During the summer months, the garden offers customers the chance to catch a few rays, over a glass of wine or a hand pulled local ale, while the kids have a wood frame outdoor play area to keep them occupied while Mum and Dad relax on the alfresco dining terrace.

    In a nutshell Ring O’ Bells is a welcoming Cheshire pub combining high class food with the finest wines and beers.

     

    Contact Details:

    Village Road, Christleton, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 7AS

    Tel:

    01244 335422

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  13. The Coach House

    Chester

    The Coach House Inn is a charming nineteenth century, independent restaurant and hotel based in the heart of Chester city centre.


    Our food serving hours are Monday-Thursday 1000-1

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    The Coach House Inn is an award winning restaurant which prepares locally sourced ingredients.

    The Coach House Inn is a charming nineteenth century, independent restaurant and hotel based in the heart of Chester city centre.

    Our award-winning restaurant is a little haven for foodies, with our Head Chef Matt Scard-Jones and his team, preparing all food from locally sourced ingredients on the premises, with a mixture of no nonsense favourites and classic dishes with a little Coach House twist.

    Upstairs we have 8 recently refurbished and individually designed luxury rooms, with views of Chester Cathedral and the Clwyd hills of North Wales. Tea and Coffee is served free to all overnight guests and our friendly and welcoming staff are on hand to provide recommendations for local sights.

    Our food serving hours are Monday-Thursday 1000-1130/1200-2100, Friday-Saturday 1000-1130/1200-2200 and Sunday 1200-1900.

    Contact Details:

    39 Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 2HQ

    Tel:

    01244 351900

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  14. Oakwood Farm Chester

    Chester

    Here at Oakwood Farm Chester we provide Modern Mews Accommodation and Touring Park / Campsite Facilities on the edge of the Wirral Peninsula just 3 Miles from Chester City Centre, Chester Zoo and Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet.

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    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
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    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park
    Oakwood Farm Luxury Mews and Touring Park

    Here at Oakwood Farm Chester we provide Modern Mews Accommodation and Touring Park / Campsite Facilities on the edge of the Wirral Peninsula just 3 Miles from Chester City Centre, Chester Zoo and Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. With easy access to M56/M53 towards Manchester and Liverpool and the A55 Gateway to North Wales & The Wirral’s Hoylake, West Kirby, Heswall and Parkgate Area's overlooking the Dee Estuary.

    With our Mews accommodation we offer Nine Modern Rooms that can each be arranged as a Double or Twin.  All rooms are en-suite with large walk in showers, toiletries, Hairdryer, Smart TV, fan, tea/coffee making facilities and free WiFi.  An iron and ironing board, fridge and microwave is available on request subject to availability. All of our rooms enjoy free on site parking.

    Check in is available from 12.00 Midday  **Earlier by Prior Arrangment**  to 12 Midnight.

    Check out is 10:30am. **Later by Prior Arrangment**

    Breakfast is available at our on site Café between 8am and 2pm (excluding Mondays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day).

    All Our Rooms apart from one are located on the Ground Floor and are Accessible. We also have 2 Interconnecting Family Rooms and 3 dog friendly rooms available.

    Our Touring Park can accommodate Caravans, Motorhomes & Tents. All Caravan/Motorhome pitches have water & electric hook up. The site is well lit and open 365 days a year and all pitches (except tents) are Hardstanding pitches.

    All Tent pitches have water & electric hook up and are available from March to October. There is a gravel road throughout the site which adjoins every pitch front.

    We have a modern heated shower block with separate male/female facilities and excellent free WiFi on site.

     

     

    Contact Details:

    Parkgate Road, Woodbank, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 6EY

    Tel:

    01244880828

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  15. Oddfellows

    Chester

    Situated in the heart of Chester, minutes from the River Dee and the vibrant and chic boutiques in the city, you will find a profoundly unique hotel which will capture your imagination and shape the way you travel.

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    Contemporary and comfortable bedrooms at Oddfellows
    Quirky rooms at Oddfellows
    Contemporary and comfortable bedrooms at Oddfellows
    Quirky rooms at Oddfellows

    Situated in the heart of Chester, minutes from the River Dee and the vibrant and chic boutiques in the city, you will find a profoundly unique hotel which will capture your imagination and shape the way you travel.  Behind our stunning 17th century façade, Oddfellows has been lovingly restored to its former glory with a nod to its heritage. Cutting edge style mingles with inimitable sophistication and our contemporary bedrooms, private dining rooms, Lounge Bar and garden restaurant will guarantee you an experience in the cosmopolitan, the unpredictable and the flamboyant. For those wanting to extend their stay for more than just the evening, Oddfellows offers 18 of the most exclusive boutique bedrooms in Chester, Cheshire and the North West, each has its own charm and a combination of iconic and contemporary luxury furnishings. The Garden by Oddfellows offers a unique dining experience, the perfect place to enjoy delectable quality food in the most enticing of environments. Sip a cocktail in The Lounge Bar or venture into The Secret Garden where you will find secluded areas, open fire pits and a guaranteed experience in the cosmopolitan, the unpredictable and the flamboyant.

    Contact Details:

    20 Lower Bridge Street, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 1RS

    Tel:

    01244 34 54 54

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  16. Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast

    Chester

    Lavender Lodge offers quality accommodation in a late-Edwardian house, finished to a high standard.

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    Typical bedroom at Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast
    Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast a late Edwardian house
    Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast - a family run B&B
    The dining room at Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast
    Typical bedroom at Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast
    Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast a late Edwardian house
    Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast - a family run B&B
    The dining room at Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast

    Lavender Lodge offers quality accommodation in a late-Edwardian house, finished to a high standard.

    Lavender Lodge is a family run bed and breakfast, ideally situated off the A56 to Chester. We are located within easy walking distance of central attractions, and just a ten minute drive to the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet and Blue Planet Aquarium.

    Our late Edwardian House provides free on-site parking for up to 7 vehicles, and is fully central heated.

    Our comfortable bedrooms are filled with thoughtful extras to make your stay more enjoyable, and all contain modern en-suite facilities.

    Contact Details:

    46 Hoole Road, Chester, Cheshire, CH2 3NL

    Tel:

    01244 323204

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  17. The Chester Grosvenor

    Chester

    Housed in an historic building with a black and white timbered façade, The Chester Grosvenor is situated in the centre of the beautiful Roman city of Chester.

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    The Chester Grosvenor, situated in the heart of beautiful Chester
    Luxurious bedrooms at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel
    The Chester Grosvenor Hotel, where each bedroom is individually designed and furnished
    Ensuite bathrooms at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel
    The Chester Grosvenor, situated in the heart of beautiful Chester
    Luxurious bedrooms at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel
    The Chester Grosvenor Hotel, where each bedroom is individually designed and furnished
    Ensuite bathrooms at the Chester Grosvenor Hotel

    The Hotel

    Housed in an historic building with a black and white timbered façade, The Chester Grosvenor is situated in the centre of the beautiful Roman city of Chester. Although the existing building dates back to 1865, there has been an inn on the site since the late sixteenth century. The five red star hotel is one of the city’s greatest landmarks, standing alongside the iconic Eastgate Clock. With attentive yet unobtrusive service, The Chester Grosvenor offers the quintessential luxury English experience.

    Bedrooms

    Bedrooms at The Chester Grosvenor offer the ultimate luxury and comfort to help you relax after exploring the charming city of Chester.  Each room has been individually designed and beautifully furnished with the finest fabrics to offer you a deeply sumptuous stay.  

    Spacious and adaptable, a suite is ideal if you would like to add an extra something special to your stay. In addition, most suites have walk-in separate shower facilities.

    The Spa at The Chester at the Chester Grosvenor

    Be pampered in the tranquil and soothing haven of The Spa at The Chester Grosvenor, where every detail has been designed to evoke a state of relaxation, vitality and wellbeing, from the heavenly Thermal Suite to our carefully selected product partner, ELEMIS.

    Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor

    Savour the creative menus of ‘Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor’, which has retained its Michelin star since 1990 and where each dish is lovingly prepared by our dedicated team of Chefs. Our experienced Sommelier is on hand to find the perfect accompaniment from one of the UK’s most extensive wine cellars with over 700 bins from all over the world.

    La Brasserie

    Offering modern, fresh cooking, La Brasserie’s vibrant 2 AA Rosette restaurant prepares beautiful dishes using flavours and ingredients from home and abroad. 

    A glamorous Champagne bar takes centre stage, serving everything from Cappuccinos to Cosmopolitans and an exquisite selection of Champagne. 

    The Arkle Bar and Lounge at the Chester Grosvenor

    The Arkle Bar and Lounge is a luxuriously comfortable area of understated elegance and sophistication. Discover our worldwide collection of over 40 gins, each paired with a tonic and garnish to match the profile of the gin or choose from a selection of interesting malts, vintage ports and a wide range of liqueurs. The Arkle Bar & Lounge is a connoisseur's delight.

    It is also the perfect spot for picking up the paper and enjoying morning coffee, light lunch or  afternoon tea.

    Meetings and Events

    The Chester Grosvenor has a variety of stunning event spaces, which set the scene for an unforgettable event. All of our function suites make use of the latest built in AV equipment, available for your use on a complimentary basis.

    Weddings at the Chester Grosvenor

    The award winning Chester Grosvenor combines breath-taking architecture with contemporary yet traditional interiors. Steeped in history dating back to the 18th century, the pillared entrance and black and white timbered exterior provide the perfect backdrop for a fairy tale wedding.  ‘The Gallery’ on the first floor landing boasts the original staircase where the grandeur of the 28,000 piece crystal chandelier offers the most memorable of settings for your wedding photographs. The Chester Grosvenor can accommodate wedding breakfasts and civil ceremonies from 2 to 240 guests. 

    Contact Details:

    Eastgate, Chester, Cheshire, CH1 1LT

    Tel:

    01244 324024

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Itinerary Distances

FromToDistance * (metric)
Dee River Kayaking (53.18852,-2.8909)Chester Zoo (53.22551,-2.87758)3.79
Chester Zoo (53.22551,-2.87758)The Spa at Carden (53.07298,-2.80758)15.85
The Spa at Carden (53.07298,-2.80758)Chester Ghost Tours (53.19105,-2.89212)12.88
Chester Ghost Tours (53.19105,-2.89212)Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival (53.18887,-2.8976)0.39
Taste Cheshire Food & Drink Festival (53.18887,-2.8976)Countess of Chester Country Park (53.20882,-2.89788)2
Countess of Chester Country Park (53.20882,-2.89788)City Sightseeing Open Top Tour (53.19047,-2.88896)1.92
City Sightseeing Open Top Tour (53.19047,-2.88896)Pride and Prejudice - Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (53.19092,-2.88092)0.48
Pride and Prejudice - Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (53.19092,-2.88092)Moonlight Flicks at Dean's Field (53.19126,-2.89026)0.56
Moonlight Flicks at Dean's Field (53.19126,-2.89026)Old Harkers Arms (53.19366,-2.88139)0.58
Old Harkers Arms (53.19366,-2.88139)The Boathouse Chester (53.1878,-2.88704)0.68
The Boathouse Chester (53.1878,-2.88704)Ring O' Bells (53.1842,-2.8367)3.04
Ring O' Bells (53.1842,-2.8367)The Coach House (53.19313,-2.8935)3.53
The Coach House (53.19313,-2.8935)Oakwood Farm Chester (53.24076,-2.9561)6.07
Oakwood Farm Chester (53.24076,-2.9561)Oddfellows (53.18703,-2.89025)6.68
Oddfellows (53.18703,-2.89025)Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast (53.2011,-2.87137)1.81
Lavender Lodge Bed and Breakfast (53.2011,-2.87137)The Chester Grosvenor (53.19074,-2.8888)1.47
Total Distance *61.73 miles
Estimated Journey Time1.99 hours

* Approximate distance by road

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