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Set in Chester, 1.2 mi from Chester Racecourse, Hotel Indigo - Chester offers air-conditioned accommodations and a bar. We really enjoyed our stay here. The design was wonderful, the room was great, and it was just 5...
Centrally located in the heart of Chester and within the historic city walls, The Townhouse Hotel is a Georgian period house built in 1699 with a modern annex to the rear of the main house. This is a little gem. We were met by Jonathan at 10 pm and he gave us a lovely warm welcome A haven...
ABode Chester houses the Brasserie Abode & Bar on the fifth floor, with views across historic Chester and Chester Racecourse. The bedrooms each offer a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. Bed was very comfortable and room was so nice, which is a huge plus because it is not home.
Doubletree by Hilton Chester is set in an 18th-century manor house with 12 acres of landscaped gardens. The hotel is just outside Chester, a 2-minute drive from the M53 motorway. Excellent food. Clean rooms. Seamless check in
Located opposite Chester Station, The Queen at Chester, BW Premier Collection first opened in 1860, and offers grand Victorian-style rooms and free WiFi. The city center is within walking distance. Lovely hotel and location. We’ll highly recommend
This independent family-owned hotel provides a peaceful location just outside Chester's historic center, yet only a 10-minute walk from the center of the city’s amenities and attractions. Great hospitality . We were sick during our stay and there was no better place to bunker in for a...
Just 328 feet from Chester Rail Station, Chester; Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western has free WiFi. The hotel features a grand wooden staircase and a stained glass window. Comfortable well priced hotel close to the town centre
Located in Chester, 0.9 mi from Chester Racecourse, Moxy Chester features accommodations with a bar, private parking and a shared lounge.
With free Wi-Fi, this striking hotel has a convenient location just outside Chester’s city walls. Guests can sit on the outdoor terrace in warmer weather, and Chester Cathedral is a 5-minute walk... Modern, comfortable, quiet rooms. Happy & helpful staff. Lovely breakfast.
In the heart of Chester, minutes from the River Dee, Oddfellows features a stylish bar and a modern restaurant, along with boutique-style rooms. There is free Wi-Fi throughout. Friendly staff, lovely breakfast, comfortable room
This award-winning 5-star hotel features a Michelin-starred restaurant and individually decorated rooms with bathrobes and Bose CD players. Service, staffs all super nice and polite
This 19th-century coaching inn is located in the heart of Chester city center. There is a 4-star award-winning restaurant downstairs and 8 rooms above. Location was perfect and the breakfast was excellent
Within the grounds of Chester Racecourse, this Holiday Inn Express offers free high-speed Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and impressive views. Chester’s historic center is just a 5-minute walk away. Loved the bed, free wifi and breakfast
The Mill Hotel and Spa is located alongside the Shropshire Union Canal, 5 minutes’ walk from Chester Station. It offers 5 eateries and a leisure center with a pool. Amazing place, high professional standards in all things, lovely pool,gym,spa,breakfast,all food...
Within walking distance of Chester's city center, this friendly, independent family-run hotel offers free parking, free WiFi in public areas, a bar and comfortable rooms with attached bathroom. Everything. Room was spacious, well presented, very clean and comfortable.
Boasting 2 acres of beautiful gardens and a Feel Good Health Club, Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel provides free parking and free high-speed WiFi. The staff were exceptionally helpful, nothing was too much.
A need to visit and have a slow walk around. No charge to see the inside, but spend a pound and add a LEGO brick to the model of the Cathedral. Something to remember as a fantastic model to view. Also go see the LEGO marine expo. Pay and enjoy as it is well worth it.
"Free entry" was advertised but at each door there was a member of staff requesting a "minimum donation of £6 per person". Whilst I appreciate these places require constant and expensive upkeep I am prepared to pay entrance fees or give a donation but object to being pressured in this way so I did not enter the cathedral.
We did the 60 minute tour. I've visited many, many cathedrals in the uk but this was probably the most disappointing I've been to- there was no mention of famous people buried there, very few anadotes. Lots of Victorian additions and a good vantage point to see around Chester. Our tour was very rudely stopped in its tracks by a visiting choir from Washington who obviously took priority over our group and the guide.
Beautiful place if you like that sort of thing. Great for photography if you go when the light is right. There are no restrictions on taking photos, which is a bonus. No entry fee but a donation is requested and I feel that it is worth it. So much to see. Guides very friendly and informative. Recommended
The tower tour is definitely worth the £8, but be warned there are over 200 steps to climb and some very tight spaces to get through, well worth it for the view at the top though. If heights aren’t your thing, then the free tours of the ground floor of the Cathedral is definitely worth the hour or so of your time. Our guide Ken was very knowledgeable and very enthusiastic about the history and architecture of the Cathedral. The Cathedral refectory does very nice tea and cakes.
I don't like to be intimidated into making a donation. The set up of this cathedral means that to get into it you are advised as to what they think you should donate. I prefer to make this decision myself.
The Pied Bull is ancient but well maintained. Lots of history, great pub, good English breakfast, in the heart of Chester in walking distance of the Roman wall, Chester Cathedral and Storyland.