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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February
Chester Fine Art & Antiques Fair
May
Chester Folk Festival
June
The Home & Garden Show
July
Raft Race
Summer Music Festival
October
Chester Fine Art & Antiques Fair
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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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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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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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Days Hotel Chester North

Days Hotel Chester North
Formerly the Gateway to Wales hotel, the Days Hotel Chester North has a unique location on the North Wales border, with close proximity to The Deeside Industrial Park, Chester City Centre and the North Wales ... More | visit website
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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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Green Bough Hotel

Green Bough Hotel

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WINNER of 'BEST SMALL HOTEL OF THE YEAR 2006', Enjoy England for Excellence Awards and recipient a coveted FOUR STAR rating and Gold Award from VisitBritain.For those wishing to escape ... More

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George & Dragon

George & 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 | visit website

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The Farndon Arms Inn & Restaurant

The Farndon Arms Inn & Restaurant
It has recently been extensively refurbished throughout with both the pub and restaurant restored to their former glory. The contempary but modern design creates a welcoming, homely feeling and is enhanced by the warmth from ... More | visit website
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De Vere St. Davids Park Hotel

De Vere St. Davids Park Hotel
From the moment you arrive you are greeted with a Starbucks Coffee Shop, Verve Grill, Victory pub & kitchen, The Hub for Meetings and Conferences, Healthworks Spa and Wellness Centre, and a remodelled health and ... More | visit website

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