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Chester Court Hotel
48 Hoole Rd
Chester
Cheshire

CH2 3NL | View map

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Situated in a quiet suburban area of Chester within easy walking distance of the city centre. At the weekends, we take a minimum of a two night stay. Discover the delights of historic Chester, where the Roman Walls are among some of the best preserved in all of Britain. The city itself is charming, offering the visitor long walkways under lovely black and white timbered buildings. These transformed shopping areas are 'The Rows'; mediaeval raised galleries free from the traffic and reached by steps from the road.

The Chester Court Hotel is set in its own grounds with the advantage of ample parking facilities for guests. Excellent motorway links give easy access to Manchester, Liverpool and the Northwest, whilst the superb scenery of North Wales is only one hours drive.

Our Conservatory restaurant has an excellent reputation for a high standard of cuisine. With the policy of serving dishes prepared using only the freshest local produce, you are always assured of an enjoyable meal.

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