A Fantastic 2 night Civil war themed package break including:
Check in from 2pm
Afternoon Tea & An introduction to the history of the Civil War in Chester
3 course Dinner in the Canaletto Restaurant with a Civil War Themed Menu
Full English or Continental Breakfast in the Canaletto Restaurant
The Great Siege of Chester and Battle of Rowton Moor Tour. Walk through 300 years of history along Chester’s Unique Rows, visiting the hidden medieval undercrofts. Our guides will paint a vivid picture of the grim reality of living in Civil War Chester. How did the average Cestrian survive when everyday supplies were cut off? What did they eat? How did they dispose of their dead? How did they keep the Parliamentary forces out, Walk along the historic defensive walls of the city to visit the imposing phoenix tower where King Charles stood to watch the battle of Rowton Moor unfold – and find out who finally prevailed in this fight for the City of Chester.
A 2 course Civil War Sausage and Mash Dinner with dessert
The Chester Civil War Pub Tour A walking tour around the city centres oldest pubs, each pub is over 400 years old, each with a unique atmosphere, superb real ales, an interesting story and some even have a ghost or two
Breakfast in the Canaletto Restaurant
2 NIGHT BREAK
Rates based on 2 adults sharing a standard double room, single supplement may apply. All Bookings are subject to availability.
28th July 2014 & 24th September 2014
The Mill Hotel & Spa and Chester Civil War Tours in partnership
Chester has been voted 5th prettiest city in Europe in an online poll of USA today and 10best.com readers, beating prague, venice and Paris.
The article explained: “In Chester, Roman walls surround a charming collection of Tudor and Victorian buildings and a delightful shopping district filled with half-timbered shops reminiscent of a Grimm tale.
“There’s not a modern structure in sight, making Chester one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Cheshire.”
The full top ten list:
1. Riga, Latvia
2. Bergen, Norway
3. Innsbruck, Austria
4. Dubrovnik, Croatia
5. Chester, England
6. Prague, Czech Republic
7. Budapest, Hungary
8. Santorini, Greece
9. Venice, Italy
10. Bruges, Belgium
Once again the Mill Hotel is leading the way and has installed the first car charging point in Chester.
As part of their Go Green plan the Directors of the Mill Hotel Gordon and Gary Vickers recognised there is a need for a car charging point in Chester. Gordon Vickers says “The number of Electric cars on UK Roads is increasing year on year and with manufacturers introducing more models every year numbers are set to continuing growing. With this fact in mind we noticed there are currently very few charging points in Cheshire and none at all in Chester City Centre. As part of our Go Green Plans we are recognising the need to support modern Technology to reduce both our and the UK’s Carbon Footprint”. The first car to utilise the new charging point was a new Mitsubishi i-MiEV from Gallaghers of Sandycroft.
The Hotels Go Green plan uses the rhino as a symbol to represent protecting the planet for the future. The Rapid Rhino Charger stations are located in the car park of the hotel, Free Parking and Free Charging is available to all hotel guests, whether they are staying for lunch, a meeting, a spa treatment or a short break, plug in your car when you arrive and sit back and enjoy your day or night at the Hotel. “we like to say we are the Hotel that goes the extra mile but now we can say we help our customers go the extra 100 miles with their free car charge”