The Beaufort Park Hotel and Conference Centre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

off of New Brighton Road, at Crossing A5119, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 6RQ, United Kingdom
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accomodation in chester

by vpas

Dear VTs,
I will be in Chester in autumn this year.I am looking for decent,inexpensive accomodation for three weeks,near Stanley street.A bed and breakfast place would be ideal.Also please advise me as to which is the cheapest way to travel from London to Chester.I also wish to know where exactly is Stanley street in Chester(it is not listed in the maps that I have seen on the internet)
Thank you,

Re: accomodation in chester

by OneDolphin

Hi Veepu,

I have found Stanley Street on Google maps.....try this link,135.745076&spn=31.154942,45.834961&om=1

I can't help with accommodation as I stay in Warrington when visiting the UK but you with the map you can check the streets around Stanley St and search for accommodation in the immediate area. I can tell you though, that walking around Chester is very easy and nothing is too far away so even if you can't get accommodation near Stanley Street, it won't take you long to get where you want to go. There is a Stanley Arms in Brook Street that sounds ok from the reviews I've read.
Getting to Chester from London I would take the train..... it's an interesting trip with some really nice and some really interesting scenery, and if you can afford it, I recommend going 1st class..... it's a lot more comfortable.

Re: accomodation in chester

by leics

Use to find Stanley Street; it will be there, just make sure you choose the one in Chester as there are lots of them. Putting in the postcode would be helpful, if you have it to hand.

Coach travel is cheapest in the Uk, but slowest. Look at for times and fares.

Train times and fares on More expensive, but faster.

Re: accomodation in chester

by vpas

Thank you both of you.I will take the train from London.
Warm Regards,

Travel Tips for Chester

A bit of history

by bugalugs

Chester has certainly had its share of history. After the Romans, then the Vikings, who were kicked out by Aethel Flaeda, who was the daugher of 'Alfred the Great'.
Then 4 years after the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Chester was taken over by William the Conqueror who then appointed his newphew Hugh the Wolf (sounds like the name of a wrestler!) as the first Earl of Chester.

red sandstone

by Jonathan_C

You don't have to be a geologist to appreciate the beautiful, warm tones of the local sandstone. The walls are made almost entirely of it and you can see it in-situ along the canal or in Edgar's field across the old Dee bridge.

Fine Dining at affordable Prices

by sandysmith about Chezjules

Chezjules is a not so expensive place that offers fine cusine - much like our favoured Green Room close to home in West Kirby. Good choice of adventurous menu with tasty options for veggies - curried cauliflower soup, parmesan polenta, venison ragout, seabass..lots of options.

Admire the Architecture of the Town Hall

by Myfanwe

The Victorian Gothic Town hall is constructed of three different types of red and grey sandstone. It was opened in 1869 by HRH The Prince of Wales. It replaced the former Exchange which was burned down in 1862. It was designed by Willliam Henry Lynn who intended it to resemble a French Chateau. The town hall is surmounted by a 157 foot high tower. The clock commemorates Chester's 1,900th anniversary.

The Abbey Square

by Myfanwe

This lovely quiet little square used to be home to a kiln, brewery, bakery, kitchens and storehouses, all there to service the medieval abbey of St Werburgh. The forman Grorgian terraces which not border the green are 18th and 19th Century, although earlier features may be concealed behind their facades. Where the green is now, there used to be a fountain which was used to refresh thirsy carthorses of years gone by.

The Cross in the centre of the square is thought ot come from the old Exchange. The York-stone wheelers can be seen set into the cobbles; these were for the comfort of people travelling by coach.


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