All-inclusive stay for 3 or 4 Nights
Make the most of our all-inclusive deal and enjoy a two-course dinner, evening drinks, bed and breakfast from only £294 per room.
Take advantage of this all-inclusive deal today at The Everglades Park Hotel, Widnes or The Oaks Hotel and Leisure Club, Burnley.
You won’t be short of things to do during your stay. With both shopping and adventure experiences just a short drive away, there is always plenty to do. We have compiled a list of some of our favourite things to do in the areas close to our hotels including:
Knowsley Safari Park – Looking for a wild, fun family day out? Look no further! Knowsley Safari Park is an impressive 5-mile wild animal safari drive and is currently home to over 750 fascinating animals – you won’t find a more thrilling day out in the North West!
Gulliver’s World Theme Park – Buckle your seat belts, you’re in for a very exciting ride at Gullivers World! And with over 80 rides designed with families with young children in mind you’re guaranteed a fun filled family day out!
Step into Alice’s Wonderland and take a spin in the Mad Hatter’s Teacups, or crawl onto The Wriggler, a caterpillar mini rollercoaster. Walk with the dinosaurs in the Lost World, where you can go exploring on a Dino Safari Tour, climb the Sky Tours Observation Tower and dig up some fossils.
Sankey Valley Park – Identified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, this 7-mile linear park, one of 25 parks in the borough, runs from Carr Mill Dam to Newton-Le-Willows and houses a visitor centre and the Stanley Bank Nature Reserve, plus many footpaths and cycleways.
Victoria Park – Victoria Park is situated close to Widnes Town Centre. It holds the prestgious Green Flag award and is regarded as Halton’s premier park. It hosts an impressive array of facilities for the visitor. Its comprehensive secure play facilities includes an interactive water feature (open during the summer months); ice cream kiosk; contemporary park pavilion serving snacks and Starbucks coffee; bowling greens; model boating lake; floodlit tennis, basketball courts and skate facility; climbing boulder; glasshouses with pets corner and butterfly house.
Liverpool – There is a variety of things to do in Liverpool, including a lively waterfront, grand architecture, and a buzzing arts and culture scene. Home to the Beatles and two hugely successful football clubs, Liverpool is one of England’s most legendary cities. Visit free attractions like the Royal Liver Building and the Cavern Club. Visit Liverpool at night and you’ll be able to enjoy a whole new selection of exciting things to do, including top restaurants and bars in the city’s Baltic Triangle.
Townley Park – Townley Park is Burnley’s largest park set in 180 acres landscaped parkland which surrounds the impressive Townley Hall and Museum. Offering exhibitions, woodland walks, sculpture trails, organic community garden, play areas, sport pitches, two golf courses, ornamental gardens, café and gift shop a trip to Townley Park is a great day out for all the family.
Boundary Mill Outlet –Boundary Mill in Colne is the ultimate shopping destination and a haven for those who are passionate about shopping and love a bargain! Boundary Mill is home to hundreds of fantastic high street fashion and homeware brands at discount prices.
Pendle Hill – A walk up Pendle Hill offers the perfect opportunity to experience some of the UK’s most breathtaking scenery. The walk starts from the picturesque village of Barley and is approximately 8 km to the top and is a great route for walkers of all abilities.
Not only are the views does Pendle offer a fantastic walk but the Witches of Pendle offers a fascinating historical story.
Weavers Triangle – Weavers Triangle, a modern name for an area astride the Leeds and Liverpool Canal that was once at the heart of Burnleys’ textile industries. Oak Mount Mill shows the original mill engine, The Visitors Centre tells the story of the area. Towpath walks and Burnleys’ Canal festival take place here.
Sing Ringing Tree – Burnley’s Panopticon, ‘Singing Ringing Tree’, is a unique musical sculpture which overlooks Burnley from its position high above the town on Crown Point.
Constructed from pipes of galvanised steel stacked in layers, this Panopticon takes the form of a tree bending to the winds and harnesses the energy of those winds to produce a low, tuneful song.
It’s close to the Dunnockshaw Millennium Wood, part of the Forest of Burnley reforestation programme, and links to the Pennine Bridleway and local walking routes.
THIS DEAL INCLUDES:
- Monday for 4 Nights or Friday for 3 Nights Accommodation
- Full English Breakfast
- 2 Course Evening Meal*
- All-Inclusive Drinks**
- Late Check Out 1.00pm
Terms and conditions
Full Payment Required upon booking. This is a non refundable rate.
Bookings can be amended upto 3 Days prior to arrival. Offer Available for Monday x 4 nights and Friday x 3 nights in April to June 2020. Subject to Availability.
*2 Course Evening Meal consist of a Main & Dessert from Our Daily Specials Menu.
**All-Inclusive – Free House wine, draught beers, House spirits and soft drinks served at the Resident Bar 6.00pm – 11.00pm. 1 glass per person, per order. Any drinks purchased outside of these times are payable at the bar. Valid at the Resident’s Bar Only.
See Individual Hotel Deal for further information