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Medieval Chester and Wedgwood

Overview

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  • Explore medieval Chester
  • Take advantage of the fantastic leisure facilities
  • Discover the World of Wedgwood
  • Enjoy great entertainment

Always popular, Alvaston Hall is a delight to visit. Enjoy a midweek break here and enjoy visits to medieval Chester as well as to the World of Wedgwood


This Holiday is Great For

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Itinerary

Day 1
We depart and travel via the interchange to Warner Alvaston Hall. (D)

 

Day 2 to 4
Over the three days we have at Alvaston Hall you will have an opportunity to enjoy two included excursions. We visit the medieval city of Chester, driving through the Cheshire plains and calling at the unique Chester Candle Workshop before enjoying free time to explore this classic city.

 

We will also visit the Wedgwood visitor centre in Stoke where you can learn about the history of pottery making in the city and the influence of Josiah Wedgwood and his descendants on the industrial revolution and the enlightenment.

 

You will also have free time to relax in the beautiful Alvaston Hall hotel which is situated in beautiful grounds and countryside close to the River Weaver.  (B,D)

 

Day 5
After breakfast we depart and travel home via the interchange. (B)

 

Alvaston Hall

Retaining many of its original features, this Victorian house in the Cheshire countryside boasts a host of exciting leisure activities.

Rooms at this hotel


Hotel Gallery

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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.

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Half Day: Wedgwood Visitor Centre

We travel to Stoke-on-Trent to visit the visitor centre there and discover the role that the company has played in the UK’s recent history. We will learn about the role Josiah Wedgwood had in the Industrial Revolution and the age of enlightenment. The museum has a huge array of pottery from across the company’s history which we will also be able to see as we visit today.

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