Very disappointed with Expedia because when we arrived the receptionist told us that the spa was closed due to refurbishment. They advised us that Expedia should have informed us because we booked it through Expedia and not directly with the hotel.
Stayed for one night to do some Christmas shopping. Location is excellent with convenient car parking nearby. Hotel is stylish with friendly staff. Our room on the first floor was very clean and comfortable. Nice bar area with 2 for 1 cocktails every evening. Breakfast also excellent with plenty of choice and hot options cooked to order. Only complaint was noise from nightclub opposite. Try to get a room away from the front of hotel to avoid this.
Did not rate as 4 star hotel, we stayed in room 353 which although clean & comfortable the bathroom was dated the walls had marks all over them. Room was very warm and when opened could only hear noise of generators or similar from outside. The view was not good! In addition Expedia website showed some lovely interior photo's of staircase and glass atrium which we looked all over for only to be told this was photos from a different hotel so very misrepresented there. The pool and fitness area was excellent and the breakfast was very good.
Edgar House has been most tastefully brought into the 21st century. The location is perfect with secure parking and the whole of Chester within easy walking distance. The owners are very much in evidence and they and their well-trained staff really do take care of everything. The little touches - iced water in the room, little treats that appear before bedtime, advice on eating and the principal sights in the city - made the whole experience a delight. f
We had a 2 night stay with breakfast and cannot fault the hotel, facilities and staff.
We had an executive room that was very well equipped and very good and comfortable bed and well appointed bathroom.
The food served in the adjoining pub and for breakfast was to a very high standard.
The staff were very helpful and nothing was too much for them.
I was speaking to a local resident in the spa area during the stay and found out that the owners live locally and are constantly visiting and talking to visitors to find out what they can do to improve their hotel for their guests.
Traveller from Sandy, Bedfordshire
This 18th-century cottage-style brick building, surrounded by landscaped gardens, is located in the village of Pulford, five …More
What a lovely location the drive up to the hotel was nearly a mile long and wow when the hotel comes into view it looks impressive.
We arrived early and were checked in with no hassle, but unfortunately we were give a room which is on the hotel grounds which meant we had to go out through the back of the hotel in the rain, our room was in a block containing other rooms, but we could hear doors closing and people upstairs using the toilet and it was quite cold. We rang front desk and informed them of our issues and were moved immediately to the main hotel. From here on things were perfect, our room over looked the golf course warm bright and comfortable. When booking in future we will request the main hotel as the rooms on site made us feel like visitors not guests staying at the hotel. The pool was lovely nice sauna and huge hot tub plenty of room for 10 or more people. We dined in the formal restaurant excellent food and the piano player very talented. Highly recommend staying here.
Stayed here for one night over the weekend and was absolutely delighted. Room was extremely cheap compared to other hotels, and it was great value for money. We even enjoyed the swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi!! Close enough to Chester city centre, just a short bus journey away. Really good location regarding buses as well, as they stop right outside. Would definitely stay here again if I went back to Chester.
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.
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