The Limes Guest House

12 Hoole Road, Chester, CH2 3NJ, United Kingdom
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Excellent
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Poor
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  • Couples90
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Tourist Information

by bugalugs

The Tourist Information office is situated in the Town Hall on Northgate Street.
Opening times:
April -September: 9 - 5.30pm Monday - Saturday
10 - 4pm Sunday

October - March: 10 - 5pm Monday - Saturday

There is also a Visitors Centre which can be found on Vicars Lane overlooking the Amphitheatre.

Opening times:

Monday - Saturday 9 - 5.30pm Monday - Saturday
10 - 4pm Sunday

Both have gift shops, toilets, hotel information and information on surrounding areas.

wonderful and welcoming thai restaurant

by clareabee about siam-teppanyaki.co.uk

this is both a Teppenyaki restaurant downstairs (bit more of a party feel and good for groups!) and a Thai restaurant upstairs which is what this review is about.
The early sitting menu is incredibly good value for money offering a good choice. The staff are knowledgeable and helpful in providing further information on dishes on assisting with choice.

There is a good selection of beer and wines as well as soft drinks for those that are driving!.

The decor is lovely and would be nice either for a romantic meal or group of friends. I had the steamed dumplings which were to die for and the thai green curry - one of the best I have tasted.

Chester Cathedral

by Balam

Chester Cathedral is probably one of the main tourist attractions in Chester but the quite hefty admission charge of £5 certainly puts a lot of people off and it put us off. i really do object to paying to go in to a Church especially such a large amount.

Open:
Monday – Cathedral Saturday 9.00 am – 5.00 pm. Shop 9.30 am – 5.00 pm. Refectory 9.30 am – 4.30pm
Sunday Cathedral 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm. Shop 11.00 am – 4.00 pm. Refectory CLOSED

Admission Charges are:
Adults £5.00 per person Senior Citizens £4.00 per person
Children (under 16) £2.50 per person Families - up to 3 children FREE with a paying adult
Students £4.00 per person Unwaged £4.00 per person
Charisma Card - free admission for cardholder only
Groups (10 or more) £4.00 adult - £2.00 children under 16

Regular Services
WEEKDAYS (Monday - Friday)
07.30 - Morning Prayer in the Chapel of St Anselm
17.30 - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: Choral Evensong in the Quire
Wednesday:Said Evening Prayer in the Lady Chapel

SATURDAYS
09.00 - Morning Prayer
09:30 - Holy Communion
16:15 - Choral Evensong

SUNDAYS
08.00 - Holy Communion in the Quire (Book of Common Prayer)
10.00 - The Cathedral Eucharist in the Nave
11.30 - Mattins in the Quire (BCP Eucharist 3rd and 5th Sundays)
15.30 - Choral Evensong in the Quire
18.30 - Evening Service in the Nave on the 1st & 5th Sundays in the month

HOLY COMMUNION
12.30 - Monday in the Chapel of St. Werburgh
12.30 - Tuesday in the Nave
12.30 - Wednesday in the Nave
11.30 - Thursday in the Lady Chapel (Book of Common Prayer)
12.30 - Friday in the Chapel of St Erasmus
09.30 - Saturday in the Chapel of St Werburgh

The Rows

by Tom_Fields

This is Britain's best collection of half-timbered houses. Dating from the 13th century, they have all been well-maintained, and now comprise a group of shops, restaurants, pubs, and other businesses. It's a perfect place to just hang out.

Deanery Field

by iwys

Beneath Deanery Field archaeologists have discovered the foundations of the Roman legion's barracks and some of the legionaires' equipment, including chain armour. These date from the 1st - 4th century AD.

Roman forts were laid out to the same pattern across the Empire. Within the walls or ramparts were bakeries, granaries, workshops, administrative buildings and living accommodation for soldiers and senior officers. Most of the remains of the legionary fortress of Deva lie beneath the modern city of Chester, but the excavations at Deanery Field revealed a series of barrack blocks, where the legionary soldiers lived.

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Address: 12 Hoole Road, Chester, CH2 3NJ, United Kingdom