Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Cheshire
Holidays are the highlight of many people's year and if you book a hot tub cottage in Cheshire it certainly will be! Bursting with things to do, breathtaking scenery, quaint villages, fabulous stately homes and beautiful gardens Cheshire has something for everyone.
Home to celebrities and football stars you will feel like one yourself in our recommended, luxurious lodges with hot tubs. whether you are searching for a romantic getaway, family break or pet friendly holiday home with hot tub we guarantee you will find the perfect accommodation.
What better way to end a day of sightseeing or exploring this lovely county, than letting your cares slip away as you gaze at the stars from the warm water of your own secluded jacuzzi.
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Fancy a spot of al-fresco dining? All the best hot tub lodges have secluded decking or garden areas perfect for outdoor living and if you don't fancy cooking up a storm in the well equipped kitchen why not visit one of the excellent restaurants on offer in this county.
Go on, what are you waiting for? pack those bags and enjoy one of the country's top holiday destinations.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Cheshire
We guarantee you will have a great time in Cheshire but to give you a helping hand we have compiled a list of the top attractions and things to do in the region:
1. Lyme Park
This extravagant Italianate palace is situated in a large deer park south of Disley. Sumptuous furnishings, an amazing collection of clocks, showy staterooms hung with tapestries and magnificent interiors in a mixture of styles make this a great place to visit for all the family. Outside there are 17 acres of peaceful Victorian gardens including a sunken Parterre, rose garden and lake. Herds of red and fallow deer roam the parkland and there are woodland walks and a play area for the children.
If you are travelling with young children you need to visit Gulliver's World; the best fun-filled family day out in Cheshire. Catering for kids between the ages of 2-13 years there are over 80 rides and attractions to keep them occupied. Little girls will enjoy the Fairytale Academy while the boys will love the Diggers and Junior Cowboy Town, face-painting, loads of play areas, fossil digs, indoor soft play and so much more guarantee a totally terrific tots day out.
3. Chester Zoo
Chester is the UK's most visited zoo and with over 500 different species of animals, an extensive programme of events and tons to do for all ages it's easy to see why. One of the world leaders in conservation Chester zoo is home to over 15,000 animals some you will recognise, like bears, leopards and rhinos and some you may not such as the capybara or mountain chicken frog. See the largest colony of Chimps in Europe, check out Sea-Lion Beach or visit Britain's largest Tropical House. You'll be hard pushed to fit everything into this fun and fascinating day.
The Birthplace of Lewis Carroll, Daresbury attracts tons of visitors a year who want to know more about the parson's son who wrote Alice in Wonderland. Although the parsonage where he was born no longer stands there is a plaque to commemorate the famous writer. The village itself has changed little since Lewis Carroll's day expect for the elegant visitor centre attached to the church where his father was vicar. Displays give you an insight into his life and you can hear his wonderful stories, another must see is the stained-glass window portraying characters from the world-famous books.
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5. Tatton Park
A superb day out for all the family Tatton Park is situated in a thousand-acre deer-park. Discover centuries of history and catch a glimpse of live above and below stairs at the great house and Tudor Hall. With more than 100 events a year, award-winning gardens, working farm and a range of specialty shops selling gift and premium Cheshire produce it's no wonder visitors return time after time to this beautiful attraction.
6. Beeston Castle
Boasting some of the most stunning views in Britain, on a clear day you can see from the Welsh mountains to the Pennines, 4,000 years of history and 40 acres of enchanting woodland, Beeston Castle certainly fits the bill for a family day out. Peer down one of the deepest wells in England and supposedly the hiding place of Richard ll's lost treasure. Experience millenniums of history at the "Castle of the Rock" exhibition, enjoy a bacon sandwich at the Sandstone cafe or take a leisurely stroll along winding woodland walks, paradise for those wanting to get close to nature.
7. Ness Botanic Gardens
Located near to the Welsh border and overlooking the Dee estuary, Ness Botanic Gardens puts on a show whatever the season. Snowdrops in February and wild flower meadows during the summer months. Marvel at the magnificent collections of Camellias, Heathers and Rhododendrons along with more exotic specimens that have come from the far shores of Asia. With lots of nooks and crannies to explore and spectacular views over the Wirral and beyond, these glorious gardens are a feast for the senses.
8. Jodrell Bank Observatory
Seeing the world-famous Lovell telescope up close is an incredible experience and with lots of things to do and see for all ages it is a fantastic value-for-money day out. Situated in 35-acres of gardens, the Discovery Centre with its hands-on displays interactive exhibitions and fascinating galleries will help you understand its purpose. If science isn't your bag there is an arboretum, picnic area, Galaxy Garden and playground for the kids. Regular family science shows and an exciting event calendar cements Jordrell Bank Observatory as one of Cheshire top attractions.
9. Shop Till You Drop in Cheshire
The Cheshire-set know a thing or two about fashion and shopping and as our hot tub cottages are so affordable you will have some change to spare in some of the country's most stylish boutiques. Alderley Edge, Knutsford and Wilmslow are renowned for their charming antique shops, exclusive retailers and posh nosh while Nantwich offers something a little different with its preserved Tudor buildings and medieval streets offering unusual and unique items along with a farmer's market brimming with local produce.
10. National Waterways Museum
If you love messing about on the water this is a superb place to visit, discover the history of the UK's canals and rivers with over 12,000 objects and 68 boats split between this site in Ellesmere Port and its sister site in Gloucester. Climb aboard a narrowboat for a relaxing trip along the canal, check out the website for exciting events throughout the year, you will be sure to find something to float your boat.
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