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B and Bs in Chester

Bowman Lodge
52 Hoole Road
Chester
Cheshire

CH2 3NL | View map
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Whether you are looking for somewhere to stay for a business trip or planning a romantic weekend away, less than a mile from Chester City centre Bowman Lodge a beautiful Victorian house is the perfect choice. Chester is a wonderful and up beat city, with good shopping and plenty of Historical sights to be seen. With its cobbled streets, Cathedral and original Tudor buildings Chester is as quaint as it is modern. While in Chester you can not miss out on walking round the famous Walls, the remains of the Romans who founded the city about 2,000 years ago. The city is steeped in rich culture including the Amphitheatre and Roman Gardens. Chester also offers a large selection of good quality restaurants. At night time Chester is a lively city with plenty of pubs and bars. A visit to Chester would not be complete without an outing to the famous Chester Zoo. Other local must-see attractions include: Grosvenor Museum, GatewayTheatre, Military Museum, Deva Roman experience, Cheshire Oaks and Blue Planet Aquarium.Bowman Lodge offers comfortable and friendly surroundings tailored to your every need. All of our rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, colour TV and ensuite facilities. A full english breakfast is also included! Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. We do not accept stag or hen groups. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 11:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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