Abbey Court Hotel

Liverpool Road, Chester, CH2 1AG, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Chester

Grosvenor Museum

by sandysmith

This is not a huge museum but its free and has some interesting exhibits. A time line and video of historical events in Chester was especially interseting - seeing how Chester evolved over the centuries and how it may look in the future. This model of old roman Chester in the museum caught my eye. Fortress Deva was built Ad 74-77 and was designed to a playing card shape. The walls enclosed a 24 hectare area with the streets and military buildings laid out in a standard grid pattern.

Riverside Cafe's

by sandysmith about Riverside Cafe

There are several cafes along the waterfront of Chester..usually quite busy on a glorious sunny just find one with a table free and enjoy somehing to eat and watching the antics on the river.

In use since the 10th Century

by gordonilla

This was a must see experience when in Chester. The Cathedral, or at least it's location, has been a focus of worship and attention since the 10th century. At that time a church was present dedicated to St Werburgh, who was born in the 7th century.

The cathedral has grown and developed through adversity and change within the social and religious infrastructure of the region and country.

It is a cathedral worth visiting; inside there are many smaller chapels and places of solitude. It is a living and breathing location - daily worship, visitors and links with other religious communities as far away as the Solomon Islands and North West Russia.

River Dee.

by wandabendik

If you follow the city wall tour eventually you will come to the River Dee.
You can take a cruise, rowing boat or just watch the world go by.
There are small huts along the River selling refreshments, ice creams, coffees ect.
Along the other side of the road there are Bistros, restuarants and snack bars.

Chester's Oldest house?

by sandysmith

Tudor House in Lower Bridge street is reputed to be Chester's oldest house - it certainly has an amazing lean to it !
In recent years it has been beautifully restored and is a contrast in architectural style to the Georgian house lower down the street.


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