These Magical Alpine-Themed Huts With Karaoke & Festive Drinks Are Coming To Manchester

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These Magical Alpine-Themed Huts With Karaoke & Festive Drinks Are Coming To Manchester

Christmas in Manchester is back with a festive bang.

Returning for 2021 to bring us a little bit of festive sparkle after what can only be described as a pretty shitty year-and-a-bit, Bar Hütte is bringing back its wonderful, twinkling alpine huts – but this time, they’ve got a brand new home.

Departing from its Spinningfields spot on Deansgate where the miniature Christmas village has called home for a number of years now, Bar Hütte will be popping up in the Great Northern Square from November 4th, with a wonderful new winter wonderland for Mancs to enjoy.

Credit: Bar Hütte

Bringing ski village vibes to the square complete with a giant Christmas tree, guests will be able to book out their very own private ‘hutte’ – each of which is perfect for social distancing. Not only that, but it’s the perfect excuse to escape the chill, too, with some fantastic festive-themed drinks including hot gin, mulled wine and Irish hot chocolates on offer.

There’ll be more huttes than ever before, too, as well as a cosy terrace bar and indoor lodge to snuggle up inside. Soak up the Christmassy atmosphere, enjoy delicious oven-baked pizzas, or try the famous ‘Bombardino’ – which is provided complimentary for all hutte bookings. And they haven’t forgotten the much-loved karaoke sessions, either, with each hutte coming complete with its very own machine loaded up with the best festive hits.

Credit: Bar Hütte

Bookings are open now, and since the huttes are super popular every single year, we’d recommend securing yours so you don’t miss out. Each hutte costs £60 for exclusive use for 1 hour and 45 minutes, with complimentary Bombardinos and full use of the karaoke machine.

Read more: Manchester Christmas Markets Are Set To Make A Festive Return This November

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