Chester

Chester is one of England’s most beautiful historic cities, its multitude of attractions including the Dee’s lovely waterside, the famous racecourse, Roman remains, and its unique two-tiered shopping streets. The city is thriving with business and tourism and thus is exceptionally well provided for as regards hotels and eateries... Read More

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Chester Fine Art & Antiques Fair
May
Chester Folk Festival
June
The Home & Garden Show
July
Raft Race
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November
Chester Christmas Market
December
Chester Christmas Market
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Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa
The privately owned award winning Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa is ideally located just a 5 minute drive from Chester's historic city centre, yet a stone's throw from the border of Wales. This beautiful hotel, ... More | Double Room: From £60 | visit website
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Pheasant Inn

Pheasant Inn

Tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire, this relaxing country retreat enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views of the Cheshire plains. Good wholesome freshly cooked food, traditional ales, a selection of wines ... More | Double Room: From £105 | visit website

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Doubletree by Hilton Chester

Doubletree by Hilton Chester

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Near the city centre and the M53, this 18th-century manor house hotel has a spa, a cocktail bar, 2 pools and a gym. Chester Zoo is nearby. Each spacious room at Doubletree ... More

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Ye Olde Kings Head

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Built in 1622, Ye Olde Kings Head is located in the heart of Chester close to a wide selection of cosmopolitan shops, bars and restaurants. The Inn houses 8 letting ... More

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George and Dragon

George and Dragon

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The George and Dragon is an old coaching inn in Chester, with a black and white Tudor style facade. We are ideally situated just 5 minuets walk from the city ... More

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Llyndir Hall Hotel & Spa

Llyndir Hall Hotel & Spa

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Only 5 miles (8 km) from both Chester and Wrexham, just off the A55, this graceful country house has a peaceful setting and great leisure facilities, including an indoor swimming ... More | Double Room: From £65

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Thornton Hall Hotel

Thornton Hall Hotel

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Nestled amidst attractive gardens in the beautiful Wirral countryside, this 19th century mansion provides an oasis of peace and tranquillity, yet it is conveniently located for both Chester and Liverpool.

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Crowne Plaza Chester

Crowne Plaza Chester

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Crowne Plaza Chester is ideally placed for the business and leisure traveller. Chester is home to a famous racecourse, Roman ruins, historical architecture, bustling shops ... More

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Lloyds of Chester

Lloyds of Chester

This family-owned and run hotel is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the train station and the town centre of historic Chester.
Discover a retreat from city life complete with fresh flowers, elegant comfortable furnishings and ... More | visit website

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Craxton Wood Hotel

Craxton Wood Hotel

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After you drive through richly wooded grounds on the mature, 27 acre estate, this traditional whitewashed country house emerges from among carefully tended lawns and gardens. Dating from the turn ... More | Double Room: From £120

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