Ever wanted to gain a glimpse of academic life at a place other than your alma mater? The University of Chester’s Warrington Campus, the former Padgate Training College, will celebrate its 65th anniversary on 30 May 2015 by opening its doors to the public from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST). First recognised by the Department of Education in 1949, the campus is a centre for teaching and research in public service, business, media, and sport.
These tourist spots have something for everyone. In addition to galleries and displays of artefacts most of these establishments also have playgrounds or even rides that energetic kids are sure to enjoy. Explore the many dining options and rest areas where you can simply relax and marvel at your surroundings.
Make the most of your time in Cheshire by staying at cheap hotels in the Warrington area which are conveniently located close to these exciting tourist spots. A cosy bed and breakfast like Happy Guests Lodge offers superb facilities such as free Wi-fi, spacious rooms, and large beds. This makes it possible to enjoy a fun-filled vacation without breaking the bank!
Are you a big fan of the hit series Coronation Street? Then head over to nearby Media City and see the famous cobblestones of the show via a guided studio tour.
With so many must-see attractions, you will need more than a day to explore. You are likely to need some place to spend a night or two, such as one of the bed and breakfast hotels in the Widnes, Warrington or Chester areas. Fortunately, the accommodation offered by the likes of Happy Guests Lodge provides spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, comfortable beds and super furnishings at a much more affordable rate than chain hotels. As such, you can spend more of your money on buying the things you enjoy and of course sampling even more local delicacies!
“You will always pay less than a grand hotel. B&B’s and other affordable hotels in Northwich or near Warrington will definitely cost less than four-star, five-star or similar luxury hotels. Also, towns like Warrington and Northwich (while not exactly major destinations for tourists) are located less than 30 minutes away from bustling cities like Chester, Liverpool and Manchester where you could easily pay upwards of £300 per night for a city centre hotel room.
Most amenities are free and more than enough. Who says that complimentary parking and concierge services are only for luxurious hotels? Several B&Bs offer such services and more, including free Wi-Fi access, local gym membership, and even discounts at local restaurants.”
With the current trend, China’s share of global outbound travel expenditure of just 1% in 2005 is expected to increase to 20% by year 2023. Not surprisingly, the Government has launched the China Welcome Campaign and unveiled a new visa system to make it easier for Chinese tourists to visit the U.K.
All North West businesses trading in hosptality, especially hotels near Warrington, can take advantage of this to capture this emerging market.