Alvaston Hall

Featuring Big Night Live with Asa Murphy, The King of Swing

Monday 12th - Friday 16th March 2018


5 days

Deposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £23.75pp
No Single Supplement




Alvaston Hall, in Cheshire, is a lovingly restored, half-timbered Victorian country house hotel. A recent multi-million pound upgrade has added new bedrooms and extended the restaurant and entertainment venue, to make it one of Warners top hotels. The highlight of the entertainment programme will be a set from Asa Murphy, one of the country’s foremost vocal talents. As well as his own songs, Asa performs swinging interpretations of classics made famous by the likes of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Dean Martin.

Your Holiday Hotel

ALVASTON HALL provides tastefully furnished bedrooms, either on the ground floor or 1st/2nd floors via a lift. Accommodation comprises a well equipped bathroom with complimentary toiletries, and bedroom with comfy chairs, a hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Single rooms are generally allocated in the Courtyard, a separate building with a very short outside walk. There is a heated indoor swimming pool and fitness studio. A variety of indoor and outdoor activities are available, and you will enjoy a different show each night, with live music, dancing and comedy.


Location: Cheshire

FOR BOOKINGS CALL 01903 741233


(DAY 1) Monday 12th March

Taxi pick-up from your home to the coach. We drive through Oxfordshire and the Midlands to Trentham Gardens for a lunch stop. The shopping village has recently been extended and there is a good choice of eateries. From Trentham it is a short hop into Cheshire to arrive at the Hotel late afternoon. 

(DAY 2) Tuesday 13th March

Through the Cheshire countryside and over the Welsh border before descending the spectacular Horseshoe pass to Llangollen. Time for lunch in this popular Victorian town on the River Dee before returning to our Hotel. 

(DAY 3) Wednesday 14th March

A day of leisure to enjoy the varied facilities and entertainment on offer at Alvaston Hall. A short bus ride takes you into Nantwich, a small town steeped in history with antique shops, cafes and old inns.

(DAY 4) Thursday 15th March

An excursion to Chester, to spend time in this distinguished Roman walled city famous for its black and white buildings, its tiered ‘Rows’ of shops, and imposing cathedral. We include a guided coach tour, followed by time to explore and find lunch.

(DAY 5) Friday 16th March

We return to Sussex and meet with taxis by the end of the afternoon.