We have stayed at this hotel before and found it to be very comfortable. Ate in the excellent restaurant as we did on our previous visit. Nice room, huge bed with all the necessary facilities. We will definitely go again
Hotel in the heart of the town, 10 minutes walk from train station. Staff at reception very informative and keen to help, as are all staff in the restaurant and bar. We had a room on the second floor, room at the rear of the hotel, which was very peaceful. room a little on the small side but adequate for the two of us. Great hearty breakfast set us up for the day. We had a meal in the restaurant after a couple of half price cocktails in the bar. Would stay again and recommend to others.
We had a duplex room - and it was brilliant! Very comfy and large bed, a big bath in the room, stylish decoration. The only slight negative was that the blinds didn't totally darken the room and that it was quite hot. The bar was very nice, bar staff friendly. Friendly reception. I recommend this to anyone looking for a romantic and special break.
Traveller from Cheshire
Situated in the heart of Chester Cheshire minutes from the River Dee and the vibrant and chic boutiques in the city you will …More
Staff were helpful and room was clean. Although I was only there for two nights my room was refreshed on the second day with new towels/shampoo etc this was done without request. This is quite a nice hotel.
A comfortable room Excellent breakfast Friendly and helpful staff. Hotel is let down by grim surroundings. Chester is supposedly a beautiful historic city. This hotel faces the back of Chester Market. Grim fascade of brick and concrete dating back to the seventies, probably. . A real eyesore. Not the hotel's responsibility but it is the grimmest ugliest setting imaginable for a four star hotel in a supposedly historic city.
Pleasant rural setting, within easy drive to Chester. The reason for our stay was an evening visit to the races, so not much time spent in the room - an outside chalet with basic accommodation, but clean and comfortable. Nice, wooded grounds and location with a very noisy dawn chorus!
Good value with a decent breakfast included, just adequate for a short stop over. They have weddings and conferences, and can see its a peaceful setting for them.
The room we were assigned smelled of cigarettes so we asked to change rooms. The staff were most accommodating and although another room was available we decided to upgrade. We dined at the brookside one evening and the food and service was impeccable.
Traveller from melbourne Australia
We pride ourselves on friendliness and cleanliness with a home from home environment. Guests can enjoy a relaxing drink in …More
Sitting on the banks of the River Dee, Chester is a beautiful city and the gateway to North Wales. The striking city walls envelop the medieval town, offering superb views of Chester Racecourse and the famous Eastgate Clock for those who walk the circuit. Grosvenor Park gives way to 20 acres of greenery, where visitors can ride the miniature railway and admire the fountains and streams along the way.