Chester and The Anderton Boat Lift


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  • Visit the impressive Anderton Boat Lift
  • Discover the medieval city of Chester
  • Jaunt to the market town of Llangollen
  • Call at the Blakemere Craft Centre

The Anderton Boat Lift still does the job it was designed to do, dating back to 1875 – lifting narrowboats 50 feet up from the River Weaver to the Trent and Mersey Canal – a truly impressive sight. We’ll also visit medieval Chester and the market town of Llangollen.

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Hallmark Hotel Llyndir Hall

The Hallmark Hotel Llyndir Hall is an early 19th century villa, surrounded by five acres of landscaped gardens, in the Welsh borders, yet just a short distance from Chester.

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day Chester

Full day excursion to the historic city of Chester. See the sights or shop til you drop along the delightful 13th century Rows.


Full Day: Blakemere Craft Centre and Anderton Boat Lift

Excursion incorporating a stop at the popular Blakemere Craft Centre and a visit to the Anderton Boat Lift. Known as the 'Cathedral of the Canals', this is the world's first boat lift and an impressive feat of engineering.


Full Day: Llangollen

Enjoy a scenic tour travelling via Rhos-on-Sea and the marble church at St Asaph to visit the ancient market town of Llangollen, nestled within the beautiful Dee Valley and under the watchful gaze of Dinas Bran Castle. We return to Llandudno via the scenic Horseshoe Pass.