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Located in the heart of Chester, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Grosvenor Park, Chester Cathedral and Grosvenor Museum. Chester Zoo is 2.6 ...
Hallmark Hotel The Queen, Chester£57Hallmark Hotel The Queen, Chester£57
Located in the heart of Chester, this hotel is steps away from Roman Amphitheatre and Chester Cathedral. Chester Zoo and Grosvenor Museum are also within 3 miles ...
Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel, Chester£59Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel, Chester£59
Chester is full of attractions and there are accommodation types of many different kinds to choose from during your visit, from small Chester hotels and B&Bs to design and boutique hotels if you prefer a bit more luxury. Chester is Cheshire’s county town and is quite something. Here you can see the Rows; timber buildings with distinctive black-and-white façades, which an unforgettable feature of the town centre.
Make your way to Watergate Street in Chester to marvel at the intricately carved mansion known as Bishop Lloyd's House, and to the junction of Bridge Street and Eastgate Street for the most splendid of the Rows. This is the best spot for views of the town walls and cathedral, which give visitors the impression of a medieval town that has been preserved intact. There's even an official Town Crier who stands at the Cross in the summer to bellow out the latest news. The Cross itself is a reconstruction of a 15th-century one, a stone crucifix that was destroyed during the English Civil War. Any Cheshire hotel or guesthouse in the area will be convenient for getting to this iconic monument. Just to the south of the Cross you'll find a Heritage Centre where you can discover a lot more about Chester's history and heritage.
The cathedral is one of Chester's most impressive attractions. The misericords in the choir stalls are particularly fine and depict everyday medieval scenes that managed to survive the Dissolution and English Civil War. The high and beautifully preserved city walls are something you shouldn't miss. Originally constructed by the Romans, they were improved over the centuries and the best stretch is between Eastgate and the cathedral. One of the city's other famous monuments is the Eastgate Clock, built in 1897 and good for photo opportunities.
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