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Kilmorey Lodge
50 Hoole Road
Chester
Cheshire

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Kilmorey Lodge is a family run guesthouse situated 1 mile from the historic city of Chester. Our non smoking establishment offers you great value for money accommodation. We have a 3 star Visit Britain/Enjoy England grading awarded to the establishment following a rigourous assessment on cleaniness, hospitality, accommodation and quality of food served. Conveniently situated for easy access to the M53, M56, A55 , Kilmorey Lodge offers the perfect location and easy motorway access for business travellers as well as families and couples wishing to explore Chester's famous attractions. We are also ideally located for those who wish to travel by train to Chester or explore nearby North Wales.Kilmorey Lodge is an excellent location for visitors to Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium, Chester Race Course, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village and no visit is complete without a cruise on the River Dee on one of Chester's finest showboats, The Lady Diana or Mark TwainPaul & Rosaleen are proud to offer our visitors comfortable accommodation in our well appointed ensuite rooms with the added benefit of free car parking, free wireless broadband and CCTV security.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Guide Dogs Welcome. Children over 2 years welcome. Check-In time: 1200 and Check-Out time: 1000.

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