Carmeletta Guest House

Address: 18 Hough Green, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH4 8JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Hough Green, Chester, is near Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, and Grosvenor Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Carmeletta Guest House Chester

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Travel Blogs from Chester

Closer my ship to Thee!

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... stateroom tidy and off we go! Eventually we have 2 large, 2 medium sized and 2 folding cases so we can store them under the bed and a couple of air style size overnight bags. And now we are ready to go! The house is cleaned so we are not embarrassed if we have burglars, keys given to various friends who are looking after the place for us tickets, money, passports we are clear for take off and here is our taxi! Our overnight stop is the Holiday Inn at Chester ...

Great Expectations

A travel blog entry by jeevz1234 on Nov 09, 2013

Having been to New Zealand at roughly the same time of year in 2011, you might think that I will know what to expect; In reality this trip is a whole different ball game. My exploration of Down Under last time included 3 weeks traveling and staying with 40, yes 40, family members and at various points across the North Island. We travelled from Auckland to Wellington whilst staying at a variety of large rented homes along the way.


A travel blog entry by obicat on Feb 24, 2013

14 photos

My unexpected trip to Chester can best be described as time spent waiting and costing money! There is nowhere to eat unless I go into the city which is a good twenty minute walk away so I'm having to eat at the hotel more than I'd like. The food is reasonably good and fairly priced but it's still easy to spend fifteen to twenty pounds on a meal without drinks. I took a walk along the canal into the city yesterday and had a look around and got the few bits ...

Surprise attack by green penguins....

A travel blog entry by penguinhunter on Feb 11, 2012

1 comment, 60 photos

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The very best thing about collecting these Penguins is the opportunity to see so many beautiful and interesting places as well as chat to the local people who are genuinely interested in what we are doing. Very happy with the way things are going. Penguin tally: Karyn nearing 100 and I am nearing 60 books. I posted 6 packages back to Tasmania surface mail today so I don't have to carry all of these books home and get charged for excess baggage which is ...

Reflections on driving a Motorhome

A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Oct 15, 2010

2 photos

... or the Post Office to send off postcards. This is particularly in the older cities we've been to so far. They have low brick bridges and underpasses (anything less than 3 metres high and we can’t fit under! OK we thought – we’ll go to a Park and Ride and catch a bus to the city ....oh no they had barriers to drive under to get in and out (6ft 6ins only!!) Bruce is drawing on his ...