Affordable hotel on the outskirts of Chester and within reach of Snowdonia
Located just outside of the city centre, the Dene Hotel Chester provides guests with a multifunctional resting place that allows for quick access to not only the sights and sounds of Chester, but also excellent transport links to many of the UKs other towns and cities.
Found on Hoole Road, a section of the A56 main road, this 2-star property is readily accessible from the Midlands, the North and South, and Wales. As such it is suitable not just for leisure travellers but also businesspeople looking to connect with colleagues and offices throughout the country.
The hotels 53 guestrooms, all of which include en-suite bathroom, are comfortably furnished and contain the usual amenities youd expect of such a property. As well as a television, the rooms also feature a work desk and lounge chair as well as tea and coffee making facilities.
The Castra Grill and Bar offers guests the opportunity to dine and relax within the hotel complex. As well as serving daily breakfasts, there is also a menu featuring an assortment of meals to choose from. The bar allows guests to relax before or after venturing into the historic city, as well as a suitable location to meet friends and colleagues. The hotel also caters for conferences and meetings, making it an ideal stopping point for corporate travellers.
Those that stay at the Dene Hotel Chester and wish you to venture into the historic city of Chester can expect to see a number of structures of historic significance, the main one being the city walls. Having been constructed during Roman times, today these walls are almost complete, making them the most intact structure of their type. A footpath can be found on top of the wall which allows visitors to enjoy spectacular views of the city.
Elsewhere the city includes a variety of intriguing architecture, including the classic black and white buildings that made up the Tudor Revival of the seventeenth century. Waltons Jewellers at Chester Cross, a building designed by renowned architect Thomas Lockwood, is perhaps the best example of this in the whole country.
The banks of the River Dee and the Chester Canal both provide ideal locales for a gentle stroll. The latter pierces through the town walls at points, making for a spectacular sight. A number of public parks, including Curzon Park and Grosvenor Park, also provide a gentle dose of the outdoors.
For those looking to travel a little further afield, Chester also lies within comfortable driving distance of the city metropolis of Manchester and Liverpool, both of which feature any number of activities and sites to see. Alternatively, an hour to the west lays Snowdonia National Park, the Welsh public park that offers the best of the outdoors. Visitors can enjoy a calming stroll, or a tougher hike. There are mountains to climb and lakes to enjoy. Whats more, the whole region is incredible picturesque, which allows it to entice more than just a few that stay at the Dene Hotel Chester.