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Chester B and B

Discussion in 'Personal' started by eggnchips, May 8, 2011.

  1. Any good ones please?
     
  2. jeswes

    jeswes New commenter

    Do you specifically want a B and B, there are 2 Travelodges and a Premier Inn that have all opened in Chester fairly recently. For an independent place this place gets good reviews but not sure if it is too expensive.
    http://www.chestergreenboughhotel.com/
    There are several B and Bs along Hoole Road or Hough Green or Brook Street, all handy for the city centre.
    Here is another one I have heard good things about:
    http://www.mitchellsofchester.com/
    I haven't stayed in any as I live here so can't say from personal experience!

     
  3. jacob

    jacob Lead commenter

    You might be cheaper a bit further out, unless you are on foot. The Welsh border actually runs through Chester and North Wales is full of B&Bs.
     

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