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5 useful tips on spending a day in Hale

PUBLISHED: 00:00 03 August 2016 | UPDATED: 12:55 06 October 2016

If you’re planning a day out in Hale then we’ve written a short guide with our top picks of where to visit from fashionable boutiques to fine dining.


Parking for the day in Hale is very straightforward as there are various pay and display car parks located on Cecil Road East, Brown Street and Hale Train Station on Victoria Road. If don’t fancy the drive, there are regular trains to Manchester and the surrounding area, and the station is in the heart of the village.


Independent retailers truly flourish in Hale and there is a wide range of unique fashion boutiques in the area. Vicki Allen has provided fashionable designerwear for the ladies of Cheshire for 25 years, their longevity is a testament to their ability to knowing their clients. Willow Boutique is the perfect place to visit if you want to refresh your wardrobe as they stock some of the best designer brands like Armani and Maison Scotch, with each item being carefully handpicked from Paris and Copenhagen each season. Laundry Boutique is another of our favourite boutiques as they have cool chic style down a tee and all at an affordable price.

What to do

Restore your vitality at Hale Country Club and Spa where there is a range of relaxation treatments you can indulge yourself in and even a champagne lounge to soak up afterwards. If you’re spending the day in Hale with the family then Antz In Your Pantz isn’t too far away and will be a sure hit with the children as there is roller skating rink, varied workshops and even some Batman themed laser tag. If you fancy a more sophisticated evening of activities then Tour De Belfort’s wine shop, Le Vin La table, hold wine tasting and food pairing classes which bring a taste of South West France to Hale.


Hale is bursting with a varied selection of restaurants that will suit anyone’s taste buds. You can grab a quick yet delicious brunch at The Little Deli Company, or simply run in for a takeaway coffee that will set you up for the day. For dinner, you will be spoilt for choice as there are so many high quality restaurants to choose from. You can feast on some of the best sushi in Cheshire at Victors, tuck into tapas at La Vina which is voted the top restaurant in Hale, or eat to your heart’s content at Stockyard who are famous for their mammoth burgers. Earle by Simon Rimmer is well established as one of the most popular places to eat in the county. Carluccio’s and The Hale Grill are popular lunchtime spots for locals and office workers.


End your day in Hale in style by visiting Suburbia Cocktail Co. and sip on their signature cocktails like the Botanical Forest and the popular Hale Barbie. The newly opened Elk is in a former bookshop and is the perfect venue for a cosier end to the day where they have some of the best locally brewed beer around.

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