Garden hotel in the historic city of Chester
The Comfort Inn Chester is finely positioned with good connections to the city and its surrounding area as well as links to North West England.
Chesters historic city makes for an intriguing backdrop for anybody staying at this 2-star garden hotel. The region itself is a fine mix of quiet calm and bubbling city life.
All guestrooms at the hotel are all well-appointed, featuring satellite television, wireless internet connectivity (free of charge), trouser press, and hot beverages. En-suite bathroom facilities are included also.
Guests can select rates for their stay that includes breakfast, or breakfast and dinner, or neither, meaning that they have control of what and when they choose to dine in the hotels restaurant. The hotel also offers facilities for meetings, conferences, and other functions, such as weddings.
Visitors to the city can enjoy several historical attractions. The Roman city wall that surrounds Chester is the most in-tact structure of its kind anywhere in the UK. It also offers a fantastic view of the surrounding area as well as the settlement itself thanks to a footpath that runs along its top.
A walk along the walls offers other picturesque structures, such as Phoenix Tower, Goblin Tower, and the water tower. The Eastgate Clock on the walls east gate is a popular item amongst tourists. It is believed to be the most photographed clock in the UK after Big Ben in London.
The Minerva Shrine and amphitheatre are other relics that remain from the Roman age. Chester Castle and the black and white structures of many of the citys buildings hark back to mediaeval times, a period when the city was in fruition.
Close to the Comfort Inn Chester is Chester Cathedral provides a fine example of Romanesque and Gothic architecture. Having been in existence since the 1500s, its a popular tourist destination and one of the crowning features of the city.
Chester Zoo, one of the largest zoological gardens in the UK, and the Blue Planet Aquarium will be of interest to those that enjoy nature and wildlife whilst Tatton Park traverses both history and nature. Here visitors can walk around the stately Georgian home and its beautifully maintained gardens during the summer months. Guided tours of the site are also available.
Guests at the hotel are able to enjoy good connections to a variety of other locations in the region. Close to the border of Wales, visitors can head into the North Welsh green lands for a taste of the countryside or even visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and canal, and the regions Edwardian castles and town walls.
Liverpool, Manchester, and Stoke all lay within an hours drive of the city, meaning that there is a world of activities, sites, and events to engage visitors. The cities of Liverpool and Manchester tend to be much busier than Chester, and tend to have a hectic atmosphere, so guests will be glad for the peace and quiet when they return to the Comfort Inn Chester.