Mallards, No 22 Roadside
Christleton near Chester, North Wales & Snowdonia
A charming semi-detached cottage in a prime location along the banks of Shropshire Union Canal, in the pretty village of Christleton. Full of character, with original wooden floors and two decorative fire places, Mallards offers quality accommodation of charm and style, finished to a high standard. The sunny garden leads straight onto the Shropshire Union Canal and time can be spent watching the boats go by, or taking a walk to pubs in either direction, or even strolling further afield to the city of Chester. Chester has much to offer including shopping, restaurants, the racecourse and historic walks along the Roman walls. Within easy touring distance of the Cheshire countryside, Delamere Forest or even the mountains of Snowdonia, Mallards is the perfect base from which to explore!
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room with gas woodburner-effect stove. Sitting room with modern gas coal-effect fire. Utility room.
Full gas central heating with additional heating from woodburner-effect stove in dining room and gas fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, colour TV, DVD, stereo/CD player. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Road side parking for 1 car. Bicycle storage available on request. Small rear garden with lower gravelled level with furniture, BBQ and steps leading to small lawned upper level with gate to Union canal towpath. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 10 min walk, pub 2 min walk. Note: This property is situated by the A41, and as such, some road noise can be heard.
At a glance
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
About the location
Chester 3 miles.
The pretty Cheshire village of Christleton offers visitors a shop, a traditional village inn serving food, an historic church and a large pond, home to the resident ducks! Just 3 miles away, the Roman city of Chester has quite rightly been described as 'the jewel of the North-West of England'. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of the city is that within a very small area there is evidence of every period of history - from the old walls and amphitheatre of Roman times, through medieval churches, Elizabethan timber-framed town houses and Georgian terraces, to Victorian restorations and 21st century architecture. The city has much to offer the tourist, including excellent shopping, in the famous Rows, and lovely walks within the city boundaries - around the old Roman walls, along The Groves beside the River Dee or through the picturesque Grosvenor Park. Further afield, the stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, and the market towns and villages of Cheshire, are all within easy touring distance, whilst the nearby Wirral Peninsula has many splendid courses to tempt the golfing enthusiast.