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Sykes Cottages Ltd
Sykes Cottages Ltd
Richard House
Lower Bridge Street

We’re open until 9pm and waiting for your call 01244 356 695

We have been letting holiday cottages for over 25 years and in that time, our business has moved from the kitchen table to become the UK’s leading independent agency.

New Fifteens of Chester Rooms

Fifteens of Chester Rooms
Foregate Street Chester City Centre

Fifteens of Chester is located in the centre of Chester, just an 8-minute walk from Chester Train Station. Positioned above a pub, there is free WiFi access available in all areas. Fifteens of Chester is less than 1 mile from Chester Racecourse, Chester Zoo is 4 miles away and Manchester Airport is 33 miles away. Each individually decorated room here will provide you with a 40-inch flat-screen TV, ironing facilities, a hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities. All the rooms are en suite. At Fifteens of Chester you will find a bar with pool table, a dart board and several other pub games. You won’t want to leave! Race Days special packages with champagne & flowers (or any other special requests) can be arranged for your room, Double, Twin & Single Rooms. Available to find out about availability please call 01244 319 813.

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Albion Inn

Park Street

01244 340 345

Accommodation Available Accommodation Available
1 Double Room En-Suite
1 Twin Room En-Suite

Mike and Christina Mercer welcome you to the Albion Inn. Real Ale, Real Food, Real Pub. The little pub in all the big guides. The Albion Inn is a traditional three room Victorian corner pub in the heart of the City, just off Pepper Street near Newgate and Chester Roman Amphitheatre. Please check the website for the latest accommodation prices. Please note this pub does not accept hen or stag parties or pub crawls.

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£75 for room including full English breakfast.

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Cheshire Cat
Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat

The Cheshire Cat Vintage Inn
Whitchurch Road

Accommodation Available 14 En-suite rooms
Private Off Road Car Park

Of all the places to stay in Chester, this historic lodge has some of the best tales to tell. Built in Christleton on a key civil war battle site, the Cheshire Cat played a crucial role in World War II before being restored as a warm and welcoming hotel in the 1970s. The lodge’s 14 comfy en-suite rooms are complemented by a cosy pub, which is dripping with rustic character and rural charm. Here you can enjoy seasonally inspired country dining together with a range of cask ales and well-chosen wines. There are plenty of things to see and do in Chester. Fantastic shopping, black and white medieval architecture, historic city walls and the famous Chester Racecourse are just a few of its many attractions. Children and adults alike will love Chester zoo or you can explore the weaving footpaths of the unspoilt Delamere Forest. West Cheshire is full of rolling hills, sweeping valleys and quaint market towns worth exploring.

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The Saddle Inn
The Chester Bells

The Chester Bells

21 Grosvenor Street

01244 324 022

Accommodation Available Accommodation Available.
Traditional Inn recently refurbished
Accommodation Price Guide 2014 TBA

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The Coach House **** British Food The Coach House, located on Northgate Street. Please Click for the Web Site

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The Coach House

39 Northgate Street
Tel 01244 351900

Average Cost Per Head £25

The Coach house has recently opened after taking over the premises of the old Coach and Horses Public House on the Junction of Northgate Street and Princess Street.

Number 39 Northgate Street, Chester has been the site of a coaching inn since at least the seventeenth century. The building was stunningly refurbished in 2007 to create a beautiful restaurant and bar serving delicious, home cooked traditional British cuisine using the finest local ingredients. The theme throughout is tradition brought up to date, with the combination of classic and contemporary seen in both the décor and the menu. With an emphasis on quality service, food and presentation, we are sure that The Coach House will suit any occasion and event. Contact us now to see how we can accommodate your requirements.

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The Commercial Hotel Chester

St Peters Churchyard Northgate Street

With superb new decor throughout, three bars (including an exclusive residents Champagne and Cocktail bar) serving a quality selection of cask ales and whiskies plus International lagers totally exclusive to The Commercial Hotel, add into the mix our extensive selection of vodkas, rums, Champagnes, cocktails & wines. Our restaurant serves superb and extensive menu of quality home cooked food and daily specials as well as four 'five star' quality en suite bedrooms and our sumptuous suite. The Commercial Hotel also holds fantastic daily events including Comedy Night on Tuesday, Jazz on Wednesdays, Soul on Thursdays and exceptional DJ's on Fridays and Saturdays. We believe we have something very, very special here at The Commercial Hotel in Chester making the hotel the perfect setting for drinking, dining, sleeping and dancing. The Commercial Hotel has won a number of awards including the Chester Civic Award for a beautiful restoration of a historic building and the 'Best Newcomer Award' at the 2010 'Chester Food and Drink Festival'. There are many City centre Hotels in Chester, but few with the history and quality of furnishing, imagination of design, and general atmosphere of relaxed, but attentive service. Our intention is to provide a home from home to all our guests, customers and new friends. A quintessentially traditional English Hotel, bar and restaurant with a contemporary but classic twist...a place for all types & tastes visiting the historic City of Chester!
Special opening offer £40 Per Night.

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George & Dragon

1 Liverpool Road

01244 380 714

Accommodation Available Accommodation Available.

Traditional Pub

Hotel Accommodation Available. 14 En-Suite Rooms.
Food Served 12 - 9pm.

Traditional pub built in the mock Tudor style, only five minutes walk into Northgate Street. Situated in the Fork of two busy roads coming into Chester.

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Golden Eagle

18 Castle Street

01244 325 523 or 321 098

Accommodation Available Accommodation Available.

Traditional Pub with Jukebox

Traditional pub in the heart of the City. Tucked away near the Castle.
The building dates from circa 1400.
All rooms are en-suite and have four poster beds.
Good home cooked food.
TV, Tea and Coffee Facilities.
New Opening hours : Open until Midnight Thursday to Saturday. Open until 11.30pm Sundays.

£60 Per Room for 2 People including breakfast

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Oaklands Hotel
The Oaklands

Oaklands Hotel

93 Hoole Road

01244 345 528

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Accommodation Available 14 Bedrooms Available with TV

From the North South M6 M60 M61 all to the M56. M56 to Wales exit junction 15 M53 Chester Wrexham. M53 Chester Wrexham exit junction 12 A56 Chester. Take the 3rd exit off the roundabout towards Chester City Centre. Along the dual carriageway over the roundabout brown sign Hoole Road Hotels . A56 into Chester 1 2 mile down Hoole Road we are situated on the left hand side.

The Oaklands a traditional local pub with Live Entertainment and Big Sports Screen. It's a popular venue on the Hoole Road between Newton and Chester. Serving food from 12pm 9pm. Near to many local attractions including Chester Zoo Chester Cathedral Chester Roman Walls Blue Planet Aquarium The Welsh Border and numerous walking paths. Also perfect for shopping Chester City Centre and Europe's largest outdoor retail outlet Cheshire Oaks.

Distance from the Cross : 1.5 miles
This Hotel/Pub is located just outside the city of Chester. 20 minutes approx walk to the City Centre.

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Oddfellows Chester


20 Lower Bridge Street

01244 400 001


Accommodation Available 4 Bedrooms

Oddfellows Hall on Chester’s Lower Bridge Street is a spectacular 17th Century Georgian manor house which we’ve renovated to give it back its character and grandeur; and some. Outside, there’s a members’ terrace and a phenomenal walled garden. Inside, the splendiferousness continues with tea rooms, restaurants, various late night bars, a club, a members’ lounge and 4 very individual hotel rooms. Oddfellows is Chester’s new open house members’ club; a place of eating, meeting, fine dining, champagne sipping, cocktail shaking, afternoon teaing, dancing and sleeping. Everything is designed to make the usual unusual; the ordinary extraordinary. Décor veers from gracious sophistication to dramatic intensity. Nothing matches, but everything makes complete sense. Without wishing to sound arrogant, when you come to Oddfellows, before you know it, we’re bedfellows. What can we say? People just can’t help wanting to sleep with us. It may be our suave sophistication. Or it may be our four utterly fantabulous hotel rooms. Leave your willpower at the door. Resistance is futile. Just accept that, here, there are no diets, no denials. For how could you restrain yourself in the face of such marvellous, nay, miraculous menus? Ooohhh, aaahhh, mmmmm; for want of a better way to describe them. If drinks were art, then Oddfellows would be the national gallery. But we would argue that drinks are, in fact, art. At least, they are the way we do them (and it’s not just the alcohol talking). Our bartenders are artists in their own right. As well as being highly trained, their understanding of drinks is instinctive. They sculpt, they define, they experiment, they create. Their materials are the best; the right ice, the right glasses, the right ingredients at the right temperature. With regards to Music, prepare for a journey. There’s not much to pack. Just some smiles and a few gems of conversation. The journey takes you through light and shade, highs and lulls, speeding up, slowing down, climbing ever higher, to a new peak of enjoyment. Your transportation on this emotive quest is a combination of lilting melodies, powerful riffs, finger-drumming chords, seductive lyrics and captivating beats; i.e; the soundtrack to Oddfellows. Can a cup of tea be glamorous? We think so. When it’s served in exquisite cups, in gracious surroundings where everything glides and floats with luscious loveliness. Afternoon tea is nibbly, naughtily served, and it can be a grown up occasion or a family affair. When the plates are cleared, charm makes way for charisma as pre-dinner drinks are sipped.

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The Old Kings Head

48 - 50 Lower Bridge Street

01244 324 855

Accommodation Available 8 en-suite Bedrooms. Full English Breakfast. TV Tea & Coffee
(Accommodation Available August 2012)
Parking Overnight Parking Available

Traditional Pub

Traditional pub just in the heart of the city on Lower Bridge Street. Set in a 400 year old building.

The Olde Kings Head is once again a top Chester destination. Since recently taking over Claire, Martin & Ken (Clair's father) are generating improvements to the beautiful 400 year old year old building. The bar has already received a bright, airy face lift with re-instated log fires and a couch area about to be fitted. New signage is going up outside any day now and improvements to the 8 en-suite rooms are planned for the spring.

With Martins culinary expertise, Ye Olde Kings Head was always going to be a food led destination. Marin's experience has not only come from top Irish restaurants. His extensive travel enabled him to work with some of the best chefs in Australia and South East Asia. Martin and sous chef Ciaran, both from County Wicklow, use British and Irish influence in the menu, creating something special and with a difference that sets them apart.

Renaissance is the newly named restaurant on the first floor. It was once part of Chester's rows and still remains one of Chester's most beautiful dining rooms. Divided into three sections, the restaurant has already accommodated christenings, birthdays and retirement parties and has wedding receptions booked for the summer.

With an extensive bar menu to choose from, plus the Renaissance restaurant menu, there is something to please everyone. The dishes prepared here, reflect the quality of the fresh, local produce used to create them. All of the wines are tried and tasted to ensure their quality, and are a real compliment to the food.

The Pub has a restaurant on the first floor newly named 'Renaissance'.

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The Pied Bull

57 Northgate Street

01244 325 829

Bedrooms All rooms are comfortably furnished with en-suite bathroom, colour television, tea&coffee making facilities, hair dryer, trouser press and direct dial telephone.

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A Traditional pub in the heart of the City with an Olde Worlde feel, on the middle of Northgate Street. This old coaching inn is full of character and history. It also offers Bed & Breakfast accommodation. Rating Pint Pint Pint

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Warrington Road
Mickle Trafford

0845 11 26 021


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The White Horse Inn
The White Horse Inn

The White Horse Inn

The Village
Great Barrow
Near Chester

01829 740 265

Mobile 077 100 362 25

Accommodation Available Accommodation Available.

Accommodation Available All the suites at The White Horse Inn are warm and welcoming, with airy ‘country inn’ appeal and exposed wood beams, each with their own unique style. All have modern en-suite bathrooms, TV and DVD players, tea and coffee making facilities and luxurious furnishings. Three rooms also have futon sofas, which can be turned into extra bedding if required. We also have a ground floor room with full disabled facilities, including a ramp into the room, widened doors and a fully equipped bathroom.

Accommodation Available With its exposed beams, tasteful lighting and decoration and comfortable furniture, the Gothic Suite has a warm, homely feel which will ensure your stay is a comfortable one. John and Ronnie, your hosts, have tastefully decorated the spacious suite with objects and materials collected on their travels around the world, including Thailand, India and the Caribbean. The suite is divided into three rooms: the bedroom, with its own TV and large double bed, another room with a futon sofa and TV/DVD player and the spacious, modern bathroom.

John and Ronnie assure you of a very warm welcome at The White Horse Inn. A village pub with Accommodation. Cosy, Friendly atmosphere, Comfortable Lounge.
Fully stocked bar, offering a good selection of real ales, lagers, spirits and fine wines.
Tempting menu of freshly prepared, hot and cold home cooked food served lunchtimes and evenings.
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, tastefully decorated and furnished rooms, equipped with a colour TV and Tea and Coffee making facilities.
If you do not want to stray far from your room, why not relax with a drink in our pub? For the summer months, we have a beautiful beer garden.
Off Road Parking at the rear
Chester railway station is situated ten minutes' drive from The White Horse Inn. We offer a pick-up service for guests arriving into Chester railway station.

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Inns in the Chester Area

The Alvanley Arms
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The Alvanley Arms

01829 760 200

Bedrooms 7 En-suite individually designed rooms

The Alvanley Arms is a 400 year old family run Inn, nestling in the small village of Cotebrook near Tarporley in Cheshire, run by Alistair and Janet King.

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The Pheasant Inn
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The Pheasant Inn

Higher Burwardsley
Near Chester

Bedrooms 12 En-Suite Country Style

Welcome to The Pheasant Inn at Higher Burwardsley. Tucked in a peaceful corner of rural Cheshire The Pheasant enjoys some of the most magnificent panoramic views in the area. Nestling in the Peckforton Hills this is a rambler's and hiker's paradise. A relaxing country retreat to escape from the hustle of city life or for a quiet romantic weekend. Whether you come to drink dine or unwind for a few days this atmospheric location will quickly have you under its spell Walking golf angling and shooting are all close at hand while Chester Racecourse and Oulton Park motor racing circuit are just a short drive. If shopping is your sport you can choose from stylish Chester or Europe s largest designer outlet at Cheshire Oaks. Housed in delightful old Cheshire sandstone buildings our en suite rooms combine style and comfort with every modern facility right through to digital satellite channels. Whether in the main building or the ivy clad stable wing you'll find an attention to detail that anticipates your every need. And just in case business calls we ensure all facilities are on hand.

The Pheasant enjoys a beautiful rural setting with extensive views across the Cheshire plain to the Welsh hills. Here you can get far away from it all but remain astonishingly close to the city. Chester is a mere 15 minutes away by car with both Liverpool and Manchester just 40 minutes. It s a perfect location for business or pleasure and offers a memorable way of giving that special business guest a taste of traditional English hospitality.

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