Fantastic view over the race track. Conveniently close to the city centre.
Excellent service including upgrade for first visit. Nice touch
A quality hotel in every respect - a hotel I always look forward to staying in.
Very easy access to everything I needed to see and do in Chester. Loved the Club Loung
Really friendly staff who were very welcoming and accommodating. Room was gorgeous (we were upgraded to the party vault) and very clean. The location was ideal for town and the river which was lovely.
Very central location - close to shops and restaurants.
Great location in the center of the city. Excellent staff that couldn't be more friendly. Hotel itself is funky and unique with a high standards of finish throughout
Cheshire is famous for a number of things apart from its white, crumbly and delicious cheese. It has great cities like Chester to visit, and its rolling landscape of pastureland and farmland is everyone's idea of what rural England should look like. People can enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities, from walking and cycling close to the North Wales Hills and Peak District to boating and surfing along the western coastline. This largely level region, with its relatively mild climate, is particularly suited to golf, and many enthusiasts of the game come to enjoy a game in near-perfect conditions. Chester Golf Club is one of the oldest of its kind in Cheshire and certainly worth a visit if you're staying at a Cheshire hotel or guesthouse in the area.
There are plenty of opportunities for friendly golf at Chester Golf Club and you're assured a warm welcome even if you're just passing through. Enjoy refreshments in the well-appointed club house and then head out for the course, and there's always plenty of helpful advice on hand should you need it. This is a professional club too, however, and takes its golf seriously with a calendar of inter-club matches and regular competitions for awards and prizes.
You can easily find Chester Golf Club from your Cheshire hotel or B&B by getting along to Curzon Park. The club was founded in 1901. The land which it occupies was called 'Brueres Halgh' in medieval times and used for agriculture. A little-known but interesting fact connected with the club is that the Parliamentarians had a gun emplacement positioned where the maintenance shed now stands, during their bombardment of Chester's northern walls during the English Civil War. Things are a lot quieter now, however, as you'll quickly discover when you visit the club from your Cheshire hotel base.
A loop of the River Dee encloses the meadowland course here, and you can enjoy 18 holes on two levels whilst taking in the fine views of the distant Welsh Hills.
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