Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet has long been a favourite with savvy shoppers looking for quality brands at permanently discounted prices.
The outlet is the largest of its kind in the UK and with over 140 stores, including Mulberry, All Saints, Ted Baker, French Connection, Jaeger, Nike and Marks and Spencer, its impossible to take a trip to Chester Oaks and not be lead into spending temptation. All stores offer up to a massive 60 per cent off high street prices.
Cheshire Oaks is also perfect for a family day out, with a mix of restaurants and cafes including Pizza Express, Cafe Rouge and Costa Coffee, as well as a giant children’s play area, with a new improved McDonalds Drive Thru.
Chester can argue it is the City that invented shopping boasting the oldest shop front in the country and the unique two-tier galleries “the Rows”.
Historic Watergate Street is full of independent stores as well as all the high street favourites including Wallis in Eastgate Row and within Debenhams.
Ollie & Nic are one of the newest arrivals in Northgate Street offering collections of bags and accessories. Just above on the row Exclusive Hair and Nails is one of Chester’s newest salons offering great gifts and gorgeous new looks.
The Grosvenor Shopping Centre offers a stylish and cosmopolitan way of shopping whilst The Forum Shopping Centre has something for everyone at Chester’s favourite one-stop shopping centre.
Quirky little market towns and villages can be found dotted throughout the Cheshire countryside.
The medieval town of Nantwich is one such place, offering no end of small cafes, shops and peaceful retreats alongside the Shropshire Union Canal, while the market town of Macclesfield is steeped in history of the textile industry with the ever-popular Silk Museum.
Knutsford, Alderly Edge, Neston, Sandbach, Wilmslow, Malpas, Tarporley, Frodsham and Congleton are just some of the others waiting for you to explore.