Formerly the Gateway to Wales Hotel, the Days Hotel Chester North has a unique location on the North Wales border and within easy reach of Chester, Liverpool and the Wirral making this hotel theperfect location to explore the local area and beyond whether on business or leisure. Travelling to the hotel couldn't be easier, with easy access to the M53/M56 motorway networks.
The Latymer Hotel is a non smoking friendly guest house with all en suite bedrooms and a dining room, Set in beautiful grounds with its private car park. It is within easy walking distance of ChesterCity Centre, the most complete walled city in Britain and all of its historical sights-some dating from Roman times. Chester is famous for its unique, mediaeval two-tier Rows-galleries of superb shops.
Owned by and named after the family of The Duke of Westminster, The Chester Grosvenor's Grade II listed building, with its black and white timbered façade, belies the modern elegance of the hotelinterior. The Chester Grosvenor is situated in the heart of Chester next to the landmark Eastgate Clock and in close proximity to Chester Cathedral and the ancient city walls. The hotel has 68 bedrooms and 12 stylish suites, all individually designed and beautifully furnished with the finest fabrics.
Lloyds of Chester Hotel is a family owned and run hotel, conveniently located near the train station in the heart of the historic city of Chester. The city of Chester is steeped in history, cultureand fantastic shopping facilities making it a perfect retreat for every occasion. Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat or a base to explore the regional attractions, Lloyds Hotel offers something special for everybody.
Guests travelling by train will find the Eaton Hotel conveniently situated between the railway station and the city centre, both within 5 minutes walk. There are bars and restaurants close to thehotel and the many - attractions of Chester - are just a short stroll away. The famous shopping rows, the 900 year old Chester Cathedral, the picturesque River Dee, and the ancient Roman walls and bridges are within easy walking distance.
The Belgrave Hotel is two minutes away from the Chester Railway Station and five minutes away from the City Centre by foot. We have 33 bedrooms. All of our bedrooms have private facilities, colourtv's, tea/coffee making amenities, intercom, central heating and direct dial telephone. Our Olde Worlde dining room serves a full English Breakfast in the morning and an English Fayre table d'hote in the evening.
The Feathers Group offers a collection of eight 3 & 4 star hotels in north west England with a focus on excellent customer care. The Group has been substantially invested in, with a highly creativephilosophy. The Group has 3 hotels in Chester, 2 hotels in Liverpool, a hotel in Manchester, a hotel in Warrington and a hotel in Preston.
Situated in the historic city of Chester, explore the historic facades of the Black and White buildings and two tiered rows of over 1000 shops. With its beautiful Cathedral, exciting nightlife andcultural heritage, Chester really is the place to be. With The Racecourse, Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium and the shopping haven of Cheshire Oaks just a few minutes away, The Dene Hotel Chester has everything you need to make it an ideal base for your Chester city break.
Discover Chester's enchanting history and cosmopolitan buzz just two miles from the rural haven of the Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel. Relax in the UK countryside at the Mercure Chester Abbots WellHotel, nestled amid two acres of landscaped gardens. Historical Chester with its Roman Amphitheatre, medieval half-timbered buildings and charming shops, restaurants and cafes is just a short march away. Enjoy a swim, sauna, or massage at our onsite Feel Good Health Club and spa.
With its superb location on top of Frodsham Hill and wonderful views across the Mersey estuary the area was ideal for picnic parties, Sunday School outings and day trippers looking to enjoy the simplepleasures of a children's playground, swing boats and a helter skelter. The site had been used as a business for over 100 years and early records show there had been a coffee shop here before the turn of the century.