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Self-Catering in Chester

Wharton Lock Apartment, Chester, Cheshire

Wharton Lock Apartment
Hoole Lane

CH2 3DH | View map

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"4* Gold" self catering award by Enjoy England, the first s/c GOLD award in The City of Chester - NOV 2011: Awarded Gold Award for the 4th consecutive time! - Luxury Hypnos Beds in both bedrooms - Encompassing that rare combination of timeless, elegant accommodation coupled with an enviable location – the Wharton Lock Apartment is a sophisticated leisure guest’s or urban professional’s dream. Located in the quiet, east side of Chester within close proximity of both Manchester and Liverpool’s respective city centre and airports (not to mention Chester’s manifest attractions_ - you are nestled within an ideal locale. The apartment provides a stylish, contemporary residence, beautifully furnished and decorated. The spacious lounge (with stunning views overlooking the Shropshire Union Canal) features every modern comfort plus a few indulgent extras such as luxury reclining sofa and HD flat-screen television – and even boasts an attached private balcony! The kitchen is a cook’s dream with every kitchen utensil your inner chef might desire. The charming breakfast bar is ideal for sharing some morning croissants and a pot of tea. The master bedroom is the height of luxury, a refined and elegant setting with king-size bedding, flat-screen TV and en-suite facilities (with double walk-in shower!). The second bedroom has luxurious twin beds and double patio doors opening onto Juliet balcony. There is also a separate bathroom with both bath and thermostatically controlled shower.

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