We believe summer is a time to feel free, unwind and have fun while doing so. That's why we ensure our COVID-19 cleaning protocols meet or exceed WHO and UK Government guidelines, allowing you to enjoy your stay without worry.
Although all of our rooms are pretty nifty, we can’t pretend we don’t have a few favourites. Book them while it’s hot. Literally.
A city famous for Medieval streets, town criers and a border with Wales, Chester has been a tourist hotspot for centuries. With some of the finest architecture in the whole of England, no wonder they built a massive wall around the city to defend it. Today, it's much more peaceful. Thankfully.
The Cathedral in Chester is a sight to behold. But the best views are from the inside. The 14th-century choir hall, with carved pews, doll misericords and the abbot's seat. Handel first rehearsed Messiah here too. If you listen carefully, you might still hear its echo.
The town's main shopping and tourist district, the Rows are the city's most distinctive landmark. Medieval half-timber buildings are what Chester is best known for. Following a Roman town plan, each building follows the shape of rubble homes left by Cesar's army – creating some unique and fascinating building shapes.
The city walls, built chiefly of sandstone, follow old Roman fort walls and are designed to protect the city from outsiders. Clearly, we didn't get the message. Walk the complete two-mile circuit if that's your thing. But we think stopping at a few pubs on the way is what makes it fun.