do you know any hotels in chester?

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sunshineandshowers13 Sat 14-May-11 21:38:59

Does anyone know of some lovely hotels in and around chester? We are planning a joint 60th birthday long weekend at the end of july beg of aug for my inlaws. there will be 6 adults and my 3 dc (11,8,7) and am looking for something really nice with some gardens etc.
have idylic idea in my head that we will all have amazing time strolling the gardens in the sunhine and enjoying dinner all together, then a nice dip in the hotel pool grin.
Alternative is that we need gardens to hide from each other, lots of wine and the pool to exhaust the kids!
cheers

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MrsVidic Sun 15-May-11 11:43:09

Numsmere hall- 20 min drive away
Grosvner in the centre

IslaValargeone Sun 15-May-11 11:56:07

Rowton Hall, has pool and gardens.
Nunsmere is nice but staff can be a bit uppity, as if they are doing you a favour by being there.
Grosvenor is lovely but I wouldn't recommend it with kids.
There's also the Mollington bannaster although it's a while since I've been, and The Double tree, haven't been there but have heard great things about the food.

RickGhastley Sun 15-May-11 12:00:31

Peckforton Castle is about 25 mins drive from Chester. Has no pool but beautiful grounds with birds of prey outside the main door (tied up!) and peacocks. Staff are lovely and were great with DS. They can organise activites eg falconry, archery, offroading if you like.

RickGhastley Sun 15-May-11 12:04:03

The former Hoole Hall is fab if you want to be near to Chester. It has a pool and grounds with a spa for you! The food is great.

doubletree.hilton.co.uk/HiWayWeb/appmanager/portals/hotel?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=hotel_facility_landing&ctyhocn=MANDTDI

IslaValargeone Sun 15-May-11 12:05:06

Should have read Bannastre.

IslaValargeone Sun 15-May-11 12:06:11

oh ffs Banastre. can't type today.

wingandprayer Sun 15-May-11 12:13:00

Not the Mollington Banaster. Has gone really ropey recently. Tatty.

Would agree with Doubletree Hilton/Hoole Hall as is very nice, Rowton Hall too. Perhaps Grosvenor Hotel in Pulford too - about 10 minutes outside Chester. Queens Hotel on City Road nice as well.

I live in Chester BTW

SenSationsMad Sun 15-May-11 12:25:36

Craxton wood hotel. Nice food, nice room, but pool was a pit of a let down though.(Cold water)
Tesco club card paid for our stay grin

dontdillydally Sun 15-May-11 20:43:53

Carden Park Hotel is lovely

sunshineandshowers13 Wed 18-May-11 23:11:57

ooh thank you lovely ladies. Only just now got a quiet chance to look through all the suggestions and am spoilt for choice!

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IslaValargeone Thu 19-May-11 09:14:14

Having driven past the Mollington yesterday I would have to retract my recommendation, it is looking awful.

theredhen Thu 19-May-11 15:53:55

The Abode - if you like new and modern.

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