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Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel, Chester

Macdonald New Blossoms Hotel, Chester

3.8 of 5 • 374 reviews
Boughton
£64
The Chester Grosvenor

The Chester Grosvenor

4.6 of 5 • 477 reviews
Boughton
£135
Oddfellows

Oddfellows

4.6 of 5 • 92 reviews
Boughton
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Mill Hotel & Spa

Mill Hotel & Spa

4.2 of 5 • 350 reviews
Boughton
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Abode Chester

Abode Chester

4.3 of 5 • 544 reviews
Boughton
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Hallmark Hotel The Queen, Chester

Hallmark Hotel The Queen, Chester

4.1 of 5 • 334 reviews
Boughton
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Roomzzz Chester City

Roomzzz Chester City

4.6 of 5 • 76 reviews
Boughton
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Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel

Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel

3.6 of 5 • 391 reviews
Chester
£50
Little Mollington Hall

Little Mollington Hall

5 of 5 • 1 reviews
Boughton
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Village Hotel St David's, Nr Chester

Village Hotel St David's, Nr Chester

3.8 of 5 • 460 reviews
Lane End
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Pocket Guide: Chester Grosvenor Park Hotels

Cheshire is a stunningly beautiful county that attracts visitors at all seasons of the year. One of its most interesting cities is the county town, Chester, which was established by the Romans over two millennia ago and still has parts of their original stones embedded in its amazingly intact walls. The city walls, along with the cathedral, castle and Eastgate Clock, are amongst Chester's biggest tourist attractions. The city is also full of old Tudor houses, striking with their black and white façades, and is home to many first-class restaurants. Take a walk in Grosvenor Park while you're staying at a Cheshire hotel in the area. It's a beautiful green space at the heart of an already attractive city.

Cheshire Hotels for Grosvenor Park in Chester

Grosvenor Park covers 20 acres of lovely green land overlooking the River Dee and is open to the public all year round at no charge. It's a hugely popular park with both visitors and residents, and has a layout which was typical of parks in the UK designed during the Victorian period. The fashion at that time was for formal avenues of stately trees, interspersed with statues on pedestals and great, sweeping lawns the size of football pitches, immaculately trimmed and tended. Fortunately, similar tastes still prevail, and visitors to the park today also delight in the ornamental shrub beds which have become rather well known and very popular with visitors, especially in the summer. Visit Grosvenor Park from your Cheshire hotel and enjoy a delightful afternoon's stroll in the most glorious surroundings.

A Day at Grosvenor Park from Cheshire Hotels

As with many of the parks and gardens in towns, cities and rural villages of the UK, Grosvenor Park has become a local venue for several annual horticultural and cultural events. It's a natural focus for residents of Chester, who particularly look forward to 'Art in the Park', a music festival which is held every summer there are draws in huge crowds from the across the region. From your Cheshire hotel you can attend the 'Chester in Bloom' show and various other events which are also held here.

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