Doubletree by Hilton Chester

Warrington Road, Chester, Cheshire, England, CH2 3PD, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Warrington Road, Chester, is near Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium, Chester Cathedral, and Grosvenor Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Chester

    A day in the Medieval City of Chester

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 12, 2014

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... windows. There were a few existing real Tudor houses built in the 1700s on the main streets and in the 1800s other buildings were renovated in the same style.
    The third thing that people come to see in Chester is the Cathedral., which dates from 1093. Over the centuries the building has been added to and changed so many times. Three new stained glass windows were added in 1993 to replace some that were damaged by bombing in the second World War. They were ...

    St Andrew's, the Lake District and The Beatles

    A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Aug 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the Orrest Head lookout, visited Beatrix Potter's house, got rained on and went to a classic old cinema. But the highlight was definitely going the Lakeland flagship store where we stocked up on baking equipment for home! For two nights we stayed in a B&B above a small town pub. On the Saturday night it appeared that nearly all the town folk were at the pub - including kids, babies and of course a couple of dogs! It is probably the closest thing to Coronation St ...

    North Wales, 4-7 Aug 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 11, 2014

    22 photos

    ... between 1283 and 1289. He built it as a defence against the Welsh who were resisting his invasion. The town walls are over three quarters of a mile long with 22 towers. The castle is a world heritage site and, whilst it’s partly a ruin, enough has survived to make for an interesting visit. Edward’s soldiers must have been very fit and fearless though – there were lots of steep, narrow steps leading up to the battlements – the ...

    Ready for lift off

    A travel blog entry by jennydavies on Aug 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... sometime repacking in security I power walked on towards my gate, just as it came into sight in the distance an announcement was made 'last call for passengers to gate 143' that's my gate!! My power walk very quickly became a power run! And as I rounded the corner to the gate the attendant looked up at me and shook his head while saying I was too late and the gate had closed! Had the ...

    A zig zag path to the north of Wales

    A travel blog entry by andyandmichele on Apr 27, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... have an elegant feel to them, allowed to weather with time but many aspects preserved enough for you to appreciate their significance.

    Approaching Conwy, the castle seems to suddenly rise out of the hills. The majestic old suspension bridge connecting the castle with the main peninsula, depicted in many representations of the castle over the years, still guards the main approach to the castle.

    Conwy Castle and town are ...