£650 per person
Single Supplement from £91
DUE TO EXCEPTIONAL DEMAND WE ONLY HAVE A FEW ROOMS AVAILABLE
The impressive 4 star Carden Park Hotel is located 12 miles from Chester nestling in 1000 acres of rolling Cheshire countryside. Complete with two golf courses, spa and 3-acre vineyard. Offering stylish, well-appointed bedrooms, restaurant and comfortable lounges to relax and unwind in. The outside terraces enable you to enjoy stunning views over the Welsh Hills. Guests can take advantage of the extensive Spa facilities (treatments extra, booked in advance) with indoor pool, sauna, steam room and spa bath. Guests are also welcome to explore the grounds with the marked walks.
MOBILITY: Carden Park is a long building and there is some walking involved from the bedrooms to the public areas, however, it is mainly on the level with just the odd step. The lift serves all floors. Dining usually takes place in the ‘17th’ or Orchard rooms adjacent to Redmonds Restaurant on larger tables.
Sunday 23rdDecember– Our ‘Door to Door’ pick up from your home will take you to the holiday coach at the Sea Terminal, Douglas. We take the morning sailing to Birkenhead for onward coach travel to the Carden Park Hotel where refreshments will be available on arrival. A stop en route will be arranged.
Monday 24thDecember– After a leisurely breakfast you can join us on a day out to nearby Chester. If you prefer to avoid the hussle & bussle you are welcome to enjoy a relaxing day at the hotel.
Christmas Day– Advice of arrangements will be supplied once confirmed by the hotel near to arrival date. Traditional Christmas lunch with entertainment and evening buffet.
St Stephens Day– A scenic coach excursion today in to North Wales.
Thursday 27thDecember– We say farewell today and begin our journey to Heysham for the afternoon sailing. On return to Douglas our feeder vehicles will be on hand to take you home.
3 nights’ half board & 1 night full board with drinks reception on 3 evenings (23, 24 & 26 Dec)
Entertainment on each evening
We sometimes make changes to journeys and excursion in response to adverse weather conditions, road repairs, road congestion and other local factors. In these circumstances, the driver/company will exercise discretion reasonably having all due consideration to the relevant factors and as a result there may be changes to the planned journey.