Oddfellows

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

20 Lower Bridge St, Chester, CH1 1RS, United Kingdom
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21%
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Average
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25
Poor
4%
14
Terrible
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8

Value Score Great Value!

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Travel Tips for Chester

Conwy

by bugalugs

With Chester being on the borders with England and Wales, and if you have time to spare pop over the border and see some of the lovely places in North Wales.
Conwy is not unlike Chester in that it is encircled by its ancient walls. Built by Edward I to defend his territory in 1283. Here as in Chester you can walk around the walls, see beautiful views of the coast and the mountains of Snowdonia.

Upon entering Conwy the first thing you see is the Castle which you can still walk around to this day. A beautiful house called Aberconwy House which is now owned by the National Trust can also be visited.

Here also on the quayside is the smallest house in the world and is in the Guiness Book of Records stating such. If you are driving in from Chester just before you reach the castle on your left you can see the little house over on the quayside, it is a red building.

There is mostly a one way system in operation in the town. Parking is available in a largish carpark on the far side of the castle/station.

great atmosphere

by clareabee about Duttons

Duttons is a lovely place to go.....and everybody else thinks so too as on a Saturday lunchtime you sometimes have quiet a wait for a table but it is worth it!

The food, the atmosphere, drinks and staff are lovely and nothing is too much trouble.

This is a good place for lunch with your folks, girlfriends or your other half - it is one of those places that makes everybody feel welcome!

Although it is part of the JW Lees chain you wouldn't know it as it feels totally independant. any of the sandwiches are good!

Castle Wall of Chester.

by A2002

Take a walk along the castle wall to catch a glimpse of different parts of Chester, such as East and West Gate of the castle town, busy town center, river dee where many swim in the summer, ruins of the castle, etc. The walk will take at least an hour.

Grosvenor museum

by Jonathan_C

The Grosvenor museum has the best collection of Roman artefacts in Chester and informative displays about the castra (fort) on the river Dee. The entrance fee is by donation. I enjoyed both the exhibits and the solitude of some of the upstairs rooms. If you need a break or the weather isn't cooperating this is a lovely place to spend some time.

Chester Cathedral

by bugalugs

The Cathedral was originally an abbey called St. Werburghs which was built in 1092. St Werburgh was a princess, when she died she was buried in Staffordshire but because of fighting with Danes her remains were brought to the cathedral, she became a nun and an abbess. She is associated with miracles of healing.

This church was started in 1250 and apparently took over 250 years to actually complete, although much restoration has been done over the years.

The church apparenrly receive no money from the Church of England and therefore now charge an entrance fee. Before this was introduced it was a case of a donation but it seems enough donations were not given.
Opening times are:
Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 1am - 5pm
Adults £4, Senior Citizens £3
Children 5 - 16 years £1.50
Also apparently there is no charge if you are attending a church service.

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Address: 20 Lower Bridge St, Chester, CH1 1RS, United Kingdom