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Lane Cottages, Chester, Cheshire

Lane Cottages
49 High Street Tarvin

CH3 8EE | View map
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Nicely furnished and well appointed period cottages in the heart of the village of Tarvin close to the historic city of Chester. The cottages are located on a private lane with their own car park and attractive shared garden. Each cottage has two bedrooms; in Cottage 1 (the larger of the two) there are two doubles while cottage 1 has a double and a twin. The cottages have a cast iron living flame gas fire, full central heating, LCD TV, video and video library, books, games and toys. The kitchens are fully fitted and include washing machine microwave, toaster and fat free grilling machine- please see our web page at The village has three pubs each serving food, a good range of shops and there is a Chinese and Thai restaurant within walking distance.

Babies and children catered for. A cot and high chair can be supplied with prior notice. A free child minding service is available.


Tourist Board Members: Yes
Number of Units: 2
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: 350 - 450
Nearest Major Town: Chester
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