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Where to stay in Chester? Anniversary Present!

Aimee1985 Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
It is our 1st Wedding Anniversary on the 1st of November and being the lovely wife that I am I have bought us two tickets to watch Liverpool V Cardiff City. I am very proud of myself as I thought this would represent 'paper' which is a traditional gift to be given on your 1st Wedding Anniversary :thumbsup:

I thought it would be nice to stay overnight in Chester, we normally stay in Manchester so I can go shopping at the Trafford Centre the next day but I fancy a change.
I have stayed in Chester once on a girls weekend away at Llyndir Hall which was nice and not too far out but I was wondering if anyone knew of anything else near Chester; walking distance would be nice (not essential) but not too far as I am heavily pregnant and tend to waddle these days :whistling:

I am not familiar with Chester at all and maybe staying at Llyndir Hall is my best bet for the money but I wanted to gather my options. Dont really want to spend more than £100 for the night (31st October) I would prefer to spend the extra money whilst shopping! Looking to book tonight.

Thanks in advance.
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
There are 2 Holiday Inns in Chester I have stayed at both and they are good hotels. I was there on business and didn't venture out so I'm not sure how close they are to the centre.

[url]www.holidayinn.co.uk[/url]

I will just mention I love taking the family away to the Holiday Inn in Ellesmere Port (not too far away from Chester, and very close to Liverpool too), its set on the bay inbetween the canal and the River, lovely location, and for the room rate get use of the fully equiped gym and large swimming pool. The kids love it. It is just one junction up the M53 from the large Cheshire Oaks shopping centre (massive) http://www.shoppingvillages.com/cheshireoaks/cheshireoaksdesigneroutlet.htm if you like shopping you dont wanna miss this one!.
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Without doubt, the Green Bough hotel on Hoole Road. It wins LOADS of awards ... the rooms are great, the restaurant is very nice .... and it's also waddling distance to town :thumbsup: I work for a very large company in the area, and it's where we put up all of our guests, and we always get really positive feedback from them.

http://www.greenbough.co.uk/

PM me if you want more info about Chester, like restaurants etc ... this one is bound to slip down the list so I might not notice if you re-post here

Melissa
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UltimoScorpion
There are 2 Holiday Inns in Chester I have stayed at both and they are good hotels. I was there on business and didn't venture out so I'm not sure how close they are to the centre.

[url]www.holidayinn.co.uk[/url]

I will just mention I love taking the family away to the Holiday Inn in Ellesmere Port (not too far away from Chester, and very close to Liverpool too), its set on the bay inbetween the canal and the River, lovely location, and for the room rate get use of the fully equiped gym and large swimming pool. The kids love it. It is just one junction up the M53 from the large Cheshire Oaks shopping centre (massive) http://www.shoppingvillages.com/cheshireoaks/cheshireoaksdesigneroutlet.htm if you like shopping you dont wanna miss this one!.



Thanks for that, i completely forgot about the outlet, always wanted to have a look. Ellesmere Port looks really pretty and rooms are reasonable so its on my list! Just waiting until the 20th when i get paid so i can book something.
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melissab
Without doubt, the Green Bough hotel on Hoole Road. It wins LOADS of awards ... the rooms are great, the restaurant is very nice .... and it's also waddling distance to town :thumbsup: I work for a very large company in the area, and it's where we put up all of our guests, and we always get really positive feedback from them.

http://www.greenbough.co.uk/

PM me if you want more info about Chester, like restaurants etc ... this one is bound to slip down the list so I might not notice if you re-post here

Melissa



I did have a sneak peak at this hotel but rooms are £175 so hopefully if i cross my fingers i could grab a late deal :thumbsup:
Wish we would stay for two nights as there is so such to do in Chester but i dont want to leave my son with my mum longer than we have to.
#5
We stopped at the devere hotel down there and loved it.

was cheap as cheaps for a 4* hotel as well.

http://www.devere.co.uk/heritage/st-davids-park/

The also have:

http://www.devere.co.uk/deluxe/carden-park/

Check around as they do good deals, think we booked through Superbreaks or lastminute
#6
The Mill Hotel is really nice. We've stayed for a weekend to go to the Chester Races - had a great time. In the City Centre too.

[url]www.millhotel.com[/url]
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Aimee1985
Ellesmere Port looks really pretty


I'm sure I'm going to get flamed by any 'portites' out there, but really, it isn't pretty. I'm not sure which pictures you have seen, but it really isn't the sort of place that you'd want to wander round. Google it a bit more if you need convincing.

But, I agree, Cheshire Oaks is a must - worth at least half a day ...
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melissab
I'm sure I'm going to get flamed by any 'portites' out there, but really, it isn't pretty. I'm not sure which pictures you have seen, but it really isn't the sort of place that you'd want to wander round. Google it a bit more if you need convincing.

But, I agree, Cheshire Oaks is a must - worth at least half a day ...



I did read that it was a bit 'rough' but the pictures i seen of the canal looked really nice. Guess looks can be decieving.
I did email that hotel you said about but they said they were full :roll:
banned#9
I have stayed there loads and always find the outskirts of Ellesmere Port great. Stay around the very very large estate where Cheshire Oaks is situated and I'm sure you will not have any problems. The Holiday Inn in Ellesmere port is nicely situated on the outskirts of Ellesmere, I have never actually been into the town whilst visiting there. I understand there is a good shopping mall.
#10
^ EP shopping mall has Poundland, The Pound Shop, Everythings a Pound ... you see what I mean? Anyway, I'm sure it suits some people, but perhaps not suitable for celebrating a wedding anniversary LOL

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