Check out the delights of Chester in this beautifully converted Victorian Schoolhouse, a perfect base for a short break!
Chester is an exciting and charming city filled with historical connections for you to explore during your stay. Check out the historical and medieval heritage of Chester and take a tour around the Roman wall that surrounds the city, be sure to observe the period Tudor buildings packed full of delightful and boutiques and cafes!
Trinity Hall is a perfect base to explore the city and this stunning red brick schoolhouse retains features from the Victorian times, with a slate roof and large windows to gaze out to your surroundings. An amazing glass corridor leads you along to a modern extension and you'll have your choice of 6, 7, 9 and 10 bedroom cluster apartments. Why not getaway for the weekend with friends? Book up these wonderful self- catering apartments and check out the sites of Chester. Make use of the open plan kitchen/lounge area to cook for your friends and kick back after a hard day of sightseeing and watch a little TV. After catching up on the news, why nip back to your private en-suite room and grab shower in your private bathroom to freshen up before hitting the city's evening sights.
You're just 10 minutes into town and to the University of Chester and a short stroll to the train station. An easy walk into town with friends to sample the night life is a must, strolling past the city cathedral on your walk into town, choose from a wide selection of restaurants and nightlife. For more information, check out our 'City Guide' for some hints and tips!
The property offers a limited number of car parking spaces and of course WI-FI is available throughout the building. Free free to get in touch for more information or book up online through the 'Short term' tab!
Chester holds the distinction of being one of the few walled cities in the UK, and boasts a population of roughly 79,645 according to the most recent figures. The city has a huge history dating back to the Roman age and with a history that would have History enthusiasts a-quiver.
For those that are interested in the city’s aforementioned history, they should check out the Grosvenor Museum, Stretton Watermill and Weaver House, all of which offer a detailed history of the city and a great look into the way the city is run. At the University of Chester, there is a great amount of History degrees, in terms of combination degrees, providing a nice variety to students.
For those that are looking for some action filled blockbusters for Hollywood, then you’ll want to be heading over to either Cineworld or to Vue Cinemas, these are all available for people to go and see what’s out and with tiered seating too!
Chester’s nightlife will be more aimed towards the student population, given it’s reputation as a popular city university for students, but there will always be something for everyone here. For instance, a sport’s bar in Chester called Off the Wall (Which isn’t the Michael Jackson album), is just one of many places that you can watch everything related to sport!
The Chester Arts Fair (Which runs annually at an affordable price) or one of the many small music festivals that are run in the city and will have a few big acts for the charts, as well as a number of local artists, it’s the perfect blend of local and national talent.
Chester is Hawarden Airport in Wales, is the closest airport for those living in Chester, the city also has a wide transportation network of everything for your average bus stations, all the way through to cycle routes and a taxi service that also comes highly recommended.
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