This beautifully-presented mid-terrace cottage is set over three floors, and is located close to all attractions right in the heart of Chester.
Great care and attention has been taken to ensure that this is a warm and welcoming property for guests to enjoy, and is an excellent base to return to after a busy day of holiday making.
On the ground floor you will find a well-equipped and spacious kitchen, leading through to an attractive living and dining area with leather seating, wooden floors and an attractive gas fired stove, perfect for cosy winter evenings in with a glass of wine or two.
The main bedroom is located on the first floor together with a modern stylish bathroom, and a generous landing area complete with a large comfortable armchair which can be used as a single sofa bed, the perfect place to curl up with a good book.
The single bedroom is located on the second floor.
French doors lead off the dining area to a lovely quiet walled patio area complete with table and chairs and a BBQ, ideal for cooking up some locally-sourced produce.
Stepping out of the front door of this cottage you will find all that Chester has to offer; you could take a morning stroll along the canal, hop up onto the historical Roman walls, or marvel at the choice of shops, pubs and restaurants that are just waiting to be discovered.
If you have time, be sure to include a visit to Chester Cathedral, perhaps take a boat trip along the beautiful River Dee, and for animal and nature lovers no trip to Chester would be complete without a visit to Chester Zoo or the nearby Blue Planet Aquarium.
For days out North Wales and the Peak District are both within easy driving distance.
Whatever time of the year you chose to visit, you’ll be sure to love this delightful cottage.
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x second floor single. Single sofa bed on landing. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area (seats 4) with gas fired stove.
About the location
Liverpool 17 miles; Manchester 36 miles.
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 townhouses and Georgian terraces, to Victorian restorations and 21st century architecture. The city has much to offer the tourist, including excellent shopping in and around the famous Tudor 'Rows' and lovely walks along the Roman Walls, beside the River Dee and through the picturesque Grosvenor Park. Explore Chester's beautiful medieval cathedral, visit Chester Racecourse or spend a day at the world renowned Chester Zoo. Further afield, the stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, the quaint market towns and villages of Cheshire and the Wirral Peninsula with its first class golf courses, are all within easy touring distance, whilst frequent rail services make Liverpool, Manchester and the North Wales coast readily accessible.
Note: No children under 12 except babes-in-arms.