Beufort Park Hotel

North Mold, Chester, CH7 6RQ, United Kingdom
Beufort Park Hotel
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Poor
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Signage (1)Signage (1)

Grosvenor ParkGrosvenor Park

The Three ArchesThe Three Arches

Chester RacecourseChester Racecourse

Forum Posts

Pub Advice

by CADUM

I will be in Chester on my birthday and was wondering what good pubs were in Chester to have a pint in on Thursday March 24th?

RE: Pub Advice

by thementalnurse

chester full of bars... not cheap tho... theres nice cajun bar by the river, or there 2 crypt type bars near the race course. have a nice time. check out the town walls for nice views. rick

RE: RE: Pub Advice

by CADUM

Thanks for the reply. Will do.

RE: RE: Pub Advice

by NikkiKemp

Telford's Warehouse is a great pub not far from the walls it is open late and has a great atmosphere.

For a bit of old chester go to The Boot Inn, is has some great ales and is really cheap for Chester - this is on the rows opposite Debenhams.

Travel Tips for Chester

A bit more history

by bugalugs

In the mid 1600's there was the civil war when Charles I fled Chester to leave the city to look after itself!
Chester was once a busy port but apparently the harbour silted over which meant a great loss in trade. However then came the cancals and with these people prospered again with goods being transported on the canal barges.

Cobbled Streets

by sandysmith

Well Chester is not just about black and white buildings. Did you know that Chester has one of the steepest cobbled streets in Britain. Well you can find it by St Mary's Hill which is not far from Castle Street (behind the Grosvenor Museum and the Military Museum. It really is steep, the picture doesn't really do it justice - can't see the bottom of it from the top due to the steepness.

Oyez oyez

by uglyscot

Try to be outside St Peter's Church at mid-day or when the Town Crier ,in red with a black tricorne hat ,appears ringing a bell. The crier's job used to be to give the news to the citizens.
Now it is just a tourist attraction.

Eastgate Clock

by iwys

Chester's Eastgate Clock is the second most photographed clock in Britain, after Big Ben. Designed by John Douglas, it was erected to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Eastage is a Grade 1 listed building.

The clock consists of a cuboid housing with clock faces on every side. The clock faces use Roman numerals and are made of frosted glass, allowing an internal lamp to illuminate the hands at night. The mechanism used an innovative system to house the weights which powered the clock within the small frame, leading to the popular opinion that a smaller, but less accurate, spring mechanism had been employed instead. The pendulum weighed one Imperial hundredweight (50 kg), in order to protect the pendulum from being moved by high winds.The roof of the clock is made of green copper

The clock required weekly winding until 1992, when the original wind-up mechanism was replaced by an electric one, to reduce maintenance costs. JB Joyce of Whitchurch are in charge of maintaining the clock, and until the conversion to electricity, sent somebody to wind the clock every week.

Town/City Hall

by DrewV

I've heard Chester's City Hall referred to as a "Town Hall," which frankly confuses me. You see, I always considered Chester to be a "City" rather than a "Town," due primarily to Chester's football club being named "Chester City." I figure, why name a team "City" if you're really just a "Town"?

Not that it matters. The football team is gawd-awful, but the hall is lovely. And it has a tourist info center, so stop in and say "Hello."

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