Inglewood Manor

Badgers Rake Lane, Ledsham, South Wirral, Chester, Cheshire, CH66 8PF, United Kingdom
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16 people!!!

by S1234

I am looking for somewhere to stay in chester with 15 of my best friend in feb 06???? any ideas of value accom would be appereciated!!!

RE: 16 people!!!

by Mariajoy

Hiya, Ive never been to Chester myself, but this site might be helpful:

http://www.hotelsofchester.com/

RE: 16 people!!!

by Jump54321

hi
holiday inn express near city centre or try www.millhotel.com

have a good time, let me know if you want more info
Steve

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by S1234

thanks for this, I still have not bookede anywhere it sounds ideal!! i assume its close to the CC? it looks it on the map

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by Jump54321

yes the mill is very close, 2mins from the area with all the bars

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by S1234

THANKS VERY MUCH FOR ALL THIS, I THINK WE WILL TRY TO GET IT BOOKED!!! IT sounds ideal, any ideas on where to go on nights out, restaurants etc???

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by Jump54321

Chester is okay for a nigt out but you need to choose wisely, at one end of the city you have brannigans, revouloution etc and its more for younger people, if you want more bars the other end of eastgate street (only 5 mins walk) you have lots of cool bars (Watergates, coast, slug & Lettuce, livingroom etc.

If you want to eat, theres lots of places but you must book ahead, picollini and est est est are very nice, cheaper would be zizi or slug and lettuce.

not too much in the way of clubs, RB's has 3 floors and is the only real club here but many of the bars have late licences and music.

so why are 16 of you going out together?

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by S1234

Its my hen weekend,
I live in York and loveit here, so I thought about where i could go, I didnt want a massive city as i dont really like them.So out went birmingham, manchester, glasgow, liverpool etc....
I thought about edinburgh but a friend of mine had hers there over the bank holiday in aug so we couldnt go there.

1 of my mates said how about chester, its similar to york.
So i looked on the net, and it seems a lovely place, full of things to do.


so I cant wait, all teh girls need to RSVP by sunday, so hopefully I will get something booked early next week!

S

RE: RE: 16 people!!!

by Jump54321

so 16 girls on a hen night... do you need a guide?

Travel Tips for Chester

Down by the riverside

by Sjalen

It is great to take a walk along the river. Unlike York, Chester's riverside is full of pubs with beer gardens with riverviews and there is always something happening here summertime. You are also close to the remains of the roman amphitheatre and yes, there are sightseeing boat trips.

be a meta tourist

by Jonathan_C

A town like Chester, where tourism is the main industry, is not a place to look for quaint customs and ancient traditions that have survived the onslaught of Western media. Much of the center city is filled with international tourists and those who cater to them.

Along the Dee, however, you will find a different kind of tourist area that caters to middle class English from the greater Manchester area. Here you can soak up the lovely Midlands accent and watch families pushing prams, feeding squirrels and enjoying a Saturday or Sunday out of the house. As a traveller it is important to stop occasionally and observe the mundane along with the exotic.

The Rows of Chester

by aukahkay

Chester is a quaint little Roman town in England. During my visit in November 2001, the main street of Chester was decorated with Christmas lights. The Rows of Chester are old half timbered houses with shops at street level and covered walkways on top of them. They are now occupied by shops selling a variety of goods.
A short walk from The Rows brought me through the Roman walls to the River Dee which flows through Chester.

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet

by Kaysta

It has 120 designer shops at discount price, need i say more? Upto 50% off designer gear! It was an istant WOW when i arrived here. It litrally is a village! Each shop is designed to look like a house - far the best designer outlet that i have been to! It also has 10 places to eat - a good excuse not to venture else where whilst your here...it has everything you need!

I'd recommend a full day here - theres a lot to see and definately is well worth it! A lot of bargains to be had!

Chester: An Ancient Roman City

by Tom_Fields

The Romans established a city here in 43 AD, named Dewa, complete with all the trappings of Roman life. They constructed the walls, an ampitheatre, baths, and many other features. Some of these are still visible today, in the old city centre. To this day, much of Chester's layout is built upon the original Roman city plan.

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Address: Badgers Rake Lane, Ledsham, South Wirral, Chester, Cheshire, CH66 8PF, United Kingdom