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Dragonfly
94 Watergate Street
Chester
Cheshire

CH1 2LF | View map
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Hip meets history in our stunning Georgian grade II listed townhouse just steps away from the famous racecourse, historic attractions and Chester's fashionable shops, bars and fine restaurants.Dragonfly blends contemporary furnishings in a stunning period setting which complements the beautiful Georgian architecture, delivering modern luxury accommodation at affordable prices.We treat all of our guests as friends coming to stay, offering a warm informal personal service in a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere.Our distinct style, service and attention to detail provides you with a unique and memorable experience in a convenient yet tranquil location.Rooms are sinfully spacious all individually styled with contemporary design and laid-back luxury, fully equipped with dreamy beds, 32" flat screen TV, floating workspaces with wi-fi, ipod dock, hairdryer and tea & coffee facilities.Each room has an ultra-modern natural quarry slate en-suite bathroom with massive showers or oversized tubs, huge fluffy white towels and deluxe toiletries.

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