Dating back to the 1880s, this charming mid-terrace cottage makes a perfect choice for a Chester holiday.
Chosen by ITV as a filming location for the drama series, Home Fires, about war time Britain, this now modernised and comfortable property, which has been interior designed throughout, is ideal for couples, friends and families who want to experience all of Chester’s excellent attractions.
Perfectly located within the city walls and just a one minute walk from the hub of the city centre, this delightful property has two comfortable and cosy bedrooms.
The master bedroom has a king-size bed, and the second bedroom contains a double bed.
Downstairs there is an open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a cosy sitting area, an ideal place to socialise together as you plan the next day’s adventures.
Only a short walk from your doorstep you will find restaurants and bars, and visitor attractions, such as the Roman Amphitheatre and the world-famous city walls.
Located less than a 10 minute walk from Chester Racecourse, it is an ideal spot for racegoers.
Why not take a stroll besides the beautiful River Dee which flows through the city, or hunt out a bargain or souvenir in one of the excellent shops that grace Chester’s unique elevated rows?
Nearby you will find Cheshire Oaks shopping park, and the underwater world of the Blue Planet Aquarium.
Be sure to also spend a day at Chester Zoo which is now home to the superb Islands exhibit.
If being in the countryside is something you enjoy, North Wales is only a short drive away, plus the delights of the Peak District are within a day trip.
It is all about location with this Chester property; book this and you can’t go wrong!
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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.