Chocolate Truffle-Making Workshops in Manchester
Hosted by the Novotel hotel in the heart of major cities, our workshops are ideally placed for convenient travel arrangements, easy accommodation and an abundance of exciting cultural sights, shopping meccas or foodie stops. Choose to have your Deluxe Chocolate Truffle-Making workshop in Manchester and you have a metropolis of excitement at your fingertips.
What to see in Manchester
Why not top and tail your chocolate workshop experience with a visit to some of the best attractions in Manchester? Take in the outstanding architecture with a visit to John Rylands Library or Manchester Cathedral. Manchester Art Gallery is also well worth a visit, hosting one of the country’s finest art collections in spectacular Victorian and contemporary surroundings.
Where to eat and drink in Manchester
Because our workshops are run in either the morning or afternoon, they are ideal to combine with either brunch or lunch. Head to the Northern Quarter for urban-cool vibes at restaurants such as Common and Cottonopolis. A little closer to the Novotel, you have Albert Schloss which is good any time of day but one of their ‘cruffins’ or ‘cronuts’ (croissant meets muffin/donut, since you ask!) with a cheeky breakfast cocktail is not to be missed.
For lunch or dinner, Manchester is home to some outstanding restaurants including the revered Manchester House, popular Hawksmoor - the first outside London, and Grand Pacific with its colonial-style bar and restaurant. Mid-range recommendations include Albert’s Chop House or the many choices circling Manchester’s Corn Exchange including Wahaca, Banyan Bar and Grill and Vapiano.
No trip to Manchester would be complete without cocktails and views don’t come much better than the Hilton hotel’s 23rd floor bar, Cloud 23. Alternatives include The Alchemist in Spinningfields for some real cocktail theatre or Dirty Martini, just off Deansgate for a little bit of glamour.
Where to shop in Manchester
If it’s shopping you’re after head to Market Street and The Arndale for some classic high street shopping or veer towards King Street for a range of designer boutiques. Exchange Square is home to Selfridges and Harvey Nichols or for something more edgy, head to the Northern Quarter.
After all that, kick back in a room at the Novotel which offers very reasonable rates for such a central location. Located at 21 Dickinson Street, there is a Q-Park car park directly behind the hotel and the nearest tram stop is St. Peter’s Square. It is only a short walk from Manchester Piccadilly station too.
Book your chocolate workshop in Manchester
To book your Deluxe Chocolate Truffle-Making Workshop in Manchester, select your preference from the latest dates below. Our chocolate making courses in Manchester run monthly and dates are regularly updated. You can view more information about each chocolate workshop by clicking on the title.