If you’re with the children this coming Halloween and they are finding themselves a little restless because all their friends are out trick or treating and they’re travelling across the country. Consider doing one of the activities below, we’ve created a rough guide of the local festivities at some of our branches so have a look if you’re staying at our branches this Halloween.
If you’re looking for a ghostly theme for Halloween 2013, the Chester Ghost Tours are hosting an event around the city. With walking tours departing from 6.30pm onwards this 90 minute spook fest departs from the Chester Town hall. With costs at £9 for adults and £6 for children there will be a lot of fun, scares and thrills along the way. Located not too far from our Chester Days Inn Hotel.
If ghost tours and Halloween trails aren’t your cup of teas, the Gala Theatre in Durham is presenting A National Theatre Production recorded titles of Frankenstein, a great way to introduce a great piece of literature and culture to the children this year. This Danny Boyle directed production will give you the chills this Halloween, a great excuse for a date or a family night out.
Located a short ride away up the M6 from our Kendal Days Inn, consider the Spooky Halloween Trails located at the Rheged Centre in Penrith. With free entry and weekend dates, it’s perfect for the kids, let them have a little bit of an adventure with a spooky twist, whilst the adults get to enjoy a couple of drinks at the local bar.
Going along the same theme, ghost walks are very popular this year across the country. Starting at Holyrood Church in downtown Southampton, this cheap event, only £5 per person, will give you a guide around the old town giving interesting and spooky history of Southampton’s past. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested and you’re finding something to do with the kids or as a couple.