Relaxing Hall Break in Cheshire with Breakfast, Cream Tea & Prosecco £89 per Couple

If like me, you feel like Christmas was a million moons ago and could do with getting away from it all for a while, check out this great deal over at Groupon for a Mini Break in Cheshire including Breakfast, Cream Tea and Prosesso.

There are a choice of options available and the prices start at just £89 for two people.

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Blending in the lush Cheshire countryside with private gardens bounded by a 60-acre lake, the Nunsmere Hall Hotel is a four-star country house dating back to 1900. A wide range of leisure opportunities is available on site, including archery, cycling and treasure hunting, while the attractions of Chester and Northwich await travellers about a 20-minute drive away.

The rooms stay true to the Edwardian heritage of the country house with exposed wooden beams, parquet flooring and come complete with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, hot drink-making facilities and hairdryers.

The restaurant uses fresh local produce to dish up an extensive menu worthy of its 2 AA Rosettes, while the bar invites for less formal dining opportunities and a wide range of vodkas and exclusive whiskies.


Located in North West England, Cheshire is a county bordering Merseyside and Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east, Staffordshire and Shropshire to the south and Wales to the west.

Lying on the River Dee, Chester, the county’s capital city offers an array of attractions such as the Chester Cathedral, originally a Saxon Minster, rebuilt as a Benedictine Abbey, and the famous city Zoo. On the banks of the River Mersey, Warrington town welcomes holidaymakers to visit a wide variety of shops and local markets. Other attractions in Cheshire are the National Waterways Museum, located in the port town of Ellesmere, and Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight Village.

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