Chester's specialists in cleaning vehicles by hand. No hugh machines, no brushes, just presure washers, vacuums, quality shampoos and waxes, coupled with good old elbow power and a commitment to provide the best service and value in town.
Open 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday as well.
At Dove Spa our philosophy is simple – we want to make women feel more beautiful every day by inspiring them to take great care of themselves.
Before any treatment, we offer a free 15 minute scientific skin analysis to diagnose your skin type and condition on the day. Using a highly sophisticated multi-derma scope, your Skin Care Expert measures for oil, water, elasticity and pigmentation levels in your skin. With their expert knowledge and understanding of the skin diagnostic results, we will help you choose a treatment plan and select appropriate products to suit your individual skin type.
We are committed to delivering honest, professional skin care which will really make a difference to your skin. While one treatment is a wonderful experience and many of our guests will notice an instant improvement, only through repetition and a series of progressive treatments will we achieve effective and lasting results. Together, we will design a personalised Skin Programme to address your areas of concern, in a safe and realistic time frame.
Like our guests, our products and skin care programmes are unique. Delivering honest results from your Skin Care experts for real women.
Faulkner Street Hoole Chester CH2 3BD 01224 312 302
WEDNESDAY Quiz Night - 8.30pm SATURDAY Live Entertainment SUNDAY Bullseye Quiz - 8pm. Other : Satellite TV, Darts Board, Dominoes.
The Royal Oak is a small cosy, olde worlde pub with no loud music or food. We are simply a very comfortable venue, with traditional ales and an excellent service record. Our staff are only to pleased to help tourists of any nationality. We have a motto that says "we are genuinely pleased to serve you". Locals, working contractors and tourists a like are made to feel welcome. We have a TV room, main bar area and snug for dominos, darts and conversation. See you all soon Donna and Mike. From Chester city centre follow the signs to Hoole, once on Hoole Road you will see all the high street banks, The Royal Oak is between Natwest and HSBC on the right.
Newton Hollows is a superb example of a medieval hollow way. Over hundreds of years it was hollowed out through the constant passage of people, carts and animals. It originated as the Roman road between the legionary fortress at Chester and the important Roman manufacturing centre at Wilderspool in Warrington. In the 12 the century it was known as the 'valley of the Demons'. It was thought to be haunted and travellers feared an encounter with the 'Hound of Hell' - a huge slavering black dog with great white teeth like knives.