Twelve lucky ladies were given the opportunity to indulge in a very special couple of days when three Cheshire businesses teamed up to provide an unforgettable couple of days of excitement, adventure and relaxation.
Guests met at Porsche Centre Chester where they were welcomed with afternoon tea in the newly redeveloped showroom and given an overview of the day. Once refreshments and greetings were finished, the ladies were introduced to three gleaming Porsche 718 Boxster models. The Porsche Boxster celebrates its 21st birthday this year and the latest generation, the 718, was launched just 12 months ago.
Guests were eager to get behind the wheel and with the roofs down, drove in to convoy to Motor Safari near Wrexham. Each guest had the opportunity to experience the breath-taking exhilaration of driving through a deep lake into wild woodland, over “camel humps” and rocky inclines, all from the comfort of a luxury Porsche Cayenne. Of course, the unpredictable British weather didn’t let anyone down, with the sun shining on the first day, followed by wind and rain on the second. However, it gave guests the opportunity to fully test the Porsche Cayenne’s off-road abilities in all conditions.
A short drive to The Chester Grosvenor was next on the agenda. Home to Cheshire’s only Michelin starred restaurant, The Simon Radley, it is one of only a handful of restaurants in the UK to have retained a Michelin star for more than 25 consecutive years. With the red carpet rolled out, Kevin Critchley, the famous Chester Grosvenor doorman, welcomed the guests before they enjoyed a delicious high tea in the Drawing Room. Everyone was invited to enjoy an indulgent spa treatment, specifically chosen to evoke a state of relaxation whilst they chatted about their day and planned their onward journey. When it was time to leave, the three Porsche 718 Boxsters were waiting to whisk the ladies back to Porsche Centre Chester. Our Facebook page shows further photographs from both days.
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