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The Ormonde Guest House
126, Brook Street
Chester
Cheshire

CH1 3DU | View map
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At The Ormonde Guest House, we are passionate about creating a friendly, relaxed atmosphere in a safe and clean environment. The ingredients to a great Guest House.
The Ormonde Guest House is situated only 1 minutes walk from Chester train station and 3 minutes walk from Chester city centre. Our Guest House has free private parking and sleeps a total of 32 in doubles, twins, singles and a family room.
Our guest house is a little dated, however it is spotlessly clean through out and with excellent facilities which include private parking, en-suite bathrooms, TV’s, a great cooked breakfast, quality linen and duvets, free tea and coffee, free WI-FI and free luggage storage and very friendly staff.
Being right next to Chester city centre, our guest house is surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants, making this the perfect location for all visitors to explore this vibrant city and the whole area of outstanding history and beauty.

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