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... we head out to explore.
We just got back from walking around the area near our apartment. We had dinner and the hostess recognized our accents and told us that she has family in Alberta and it turned out that our waitress was from Ontario!!! We needed a travel adaptor for the computer and met the nicest guy ever at the Apple store. He even looked up an ...
... It took longer than planned because of the trail signs being difficult to following in places and with panniers on it is near impossible to get a bike through the gates on trails that have been put in to stop motorbikes. We are rethinking the pannier bags for the rest of our ride through the UK. We are considering cutting down to one each and sending the others through to meet us in Copenhagen. The next few days we are in and around ...
... the very top. The views from the top were amazing, it is way higher than anything else in the city. We then walked to St Luke's church in the city centre. This church was hit by a incendiary bomb during the WWII blitz and the entire inside was destroyed, but left all of the walls intact. It is surrounded by a lovely garden and the inside has also been allowed to become green and filled with wild gardens. It makes for a large contrast between seeing the ...
... got their start at the legendary cavern club. After a take away lunch, We booked it down to the wharf and caught the last open top bus tour and went around the city to get our bearings and learn some local history while eating our food. After the bus we came back to the hostel for a nap, waking up in time to watch the holland vs argentine game in the hostel. Not quite as exciting as the last, the game was 0-0 with 30min extra time before ...
... David and Jayne dropped us off at home about 17.30, Tim was there putting our heating on. We had left it on for an hour in the morning and evening but with the colder weather the house was quite chilly. Decided on fish and chips for supper so I fetched those whilst Fiona put the first of the washing on, also had a lager to wash down our anti malaria tablets. Staying up until 21.00 to try and get back into a normal rhythm, The derby tomorrow, c'mon you ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Mill Hotel Chester
I've not long come back from staying @ the Mill! This Hotel is a great little gem, kind of out of the way from public eye, but when u find it, neva lose it! Originally i was sceptical when entering the Hotel. Its not 'attractive' from the outside, and when u first walk in, the decor is kind of dated. This is something you have to look beyond, because the rest of the hotel is sublime.
Loved the whole place
We have just spent a long weekend at the Mill Hotel and it was fantastic.
The hotel is beautifully and tastefully rennovted mill mixed with new build across the canal - really well done.
The rooms were nicely decorated and had all facilities and were extremely comfortable.
The quality of the service was outstandng and the food excellent - absolutely 5 star - whilst also having the bonus of the staff being so welcoming, friendly and willing to go the extra mile the whole time. We had a truly wonderful stay - can recommend to everyone - and have already booked to go back ourselves!!
Have just spent a wonderful weekend at The Mill Hotel & Spa with my mum and mother-in-law.
First impression on arrival was that the hotel was somewhat gloomy. They could do with more natural light, and lighter furnishings. There are 4 grades of room
Stayed for a long weekend at the mill in the standard rooms. Found directions and parking very easy with plenty of spaces.
A nice idea, a canalside location and a converted warehouse, but some serious problems.
I stayed here on business so had little choice in where I stayed. it was a nice change from the plastic hotels I have often stayed in.
I stayed at this hotel for just 01 night on 31st March 2006. We paid £88 for 2 in a double room, which reservations stated was refurbished. If you're into "George and Mildred" 60's/70's style fabrics and furnishings then you're in for a treat ! The room was very run down, the bathroom was a tad worse, mulberry pink! lots of that gummy sealer everywhere around the bathroom mirror, the tiling, the bath, the toilet, very, very disappointing. When you first walk into the hotel there is a bar right next to reception, this is very, very smoky and very busy and everywhere stinks, if you have the chance to upgrade to an executive room in the new block, I'd do it right away! as there is lots of noise at night, I never got much sleep through other gusest running around the hotel at all hours creating noise and chaos. May want to choose another hotel! The only thing positive I can say is that the sheets were clean and the location was good, only a short walk to the city centre.
Not up to scratch
We stayed one night in October 2005 and were not very impressed. The room and bathroom were small, with a low ceiling. The electronic room key didn't work and had to be replaced twice. The only evening meal available was at a small cafe with a very limited and uninteresting menu. There is nowhere else to eat close by. The reception area reeks of cigarette smoke. The canal smells a little, but is not evident from the room unless you open the window. Breakfast was average.
i found everything in the hotel superb. the rooms were reasonably priced and very comfortable. absolutely fabulous health club with modern equipment and the food was exceptional for the price! on arrival the lift was out of order and luckily one of the chefs 'big jon', a little unprofessional but very friendly, helped us with our luggage to our room.