Enjoy a relaxing stay in this friendly hotel offering first class leisure facilities such as a swimming pool, steam room, Jacuzzi and sauna. Located just 5 miles from the centre of Chester and within easy reach of the M53 and M56 motorways, you’ll be able to explore the local area easily by car and take advantage of the free parking onsite. Guest rooms benefit from free WIFI and sky LCD television and in your private bathroom you’ll find a bathtub and complimentary toiletries. The property also has a gym and snooker table as well as conference rooms for business guests. Should you need anything extra during your stay, do not hesitate to contact the 24 hour reception. For unbeatable rates, book this secret hotel, ‘Comfortable hotel with pool. Outskirts of Chester – 3 star – Chester’.
The Cheshire countryside offers ample opportunity to get active, whether you want to take one of the walking trails and stop off for a pub lunch en route or if you fancy galloping across the county with one of the horse riding trips available there really is something for everyone. For something different, take a day trip to Cheshire Falconry, home to over 60 trained birds of prey. Whatever your age or experience, the centre offers a range of experiences from demonstrations to feeding as well as hands on packages. For animal lovers, an absolute must is a visit to the award winning Chester Zoo. With more than 11,000 animals adults and children alike will be able to get up close and personal to their favourite species and discover more from the daily talks, feeds and interactive displays.
With Chester on your doorstep, make sure you take a wander around this enchanting city. Perhaps the most popular attraction is the Chester Walls, spanning 2 miles in circumference, the walls were originally built by the romans before being reconstructed during medieval times, and were to protect the city from attack. Other notable landmarks include the medieval Bonewaldesthorne’s Tower and Water Tower and Morgan’s Mount which was used as an observation platform. All three buildings can be found along the walls during your tour. To find out more about the local history, the Grosvenor Museum and the Dewa Roman Experience both offer an interesting insight into the city’s heritage.
In the evening you’ll be spoilt for choice where to go and what to do. For eating out, The Garden at Oddfellows by Simon Radley provides an elegant and romantic setting with delicious cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean. On Sundays there is also live jazz music! For somewhere to dance the night away, Rosies is a cult club and one of the city’s favourites.