TripAdvisor Reviews Shenley Lodge Chester
Travel Blogs from Chester
... Jesus and Christianity. The theme was OMG! What if He's listening? It focused on answering the question who is this God we are constantly calling out to? I really enjoyed the opportunity to get to know more people from CU and some newbies as well. The two bookend events turned out to be my favorite. Monday evening was one of the first events and it set the tone for the rest of the week. A few of the speakers ...
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Not sure what the tour guide thought...
... new and old architecture. Refer to pictures. We also popped into the maritime museum and there was a big exhibit about Titanic because the company that owned it had its headquarters in Liverpool. We wandered around looking for somewhere for lunch which we all agreed on - so we went to the "chippie". It was nice to have fish and chips by the water(without the mushy peas) The half hour drive back to the train station was a little stressful as we were cutting it fine to make ...
... we didn't really know what bus to take. After reading a few signs we discovered it was waiting for us right across the street. We had the bus almost completely to ourselves, and enjoyed the ride through the city of Chester. Chester is a walled city, and has beautiful black and white 'Victorian' style buildings scattered throughout the town. The streets are very narrow, and we had to take a very roundabout way to the zoo because many of the streets were ...
... The order taker was dishevelled looking and abrupt and rude, very unaccommodating actually, but by then it was too late to dash without raising eyebrows. After we sat down we noticed the place was quite dirty and later, well we won’t even discuss the washrooms. The food was not that delicious either even though it looks good in the photo. So there’s the difference – Manchester folks are cute and fresh because tourists are ...
Other places to stay in Chester
Warrington Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $140
Trinity Street, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $174
- Make sure you ask for rooms with air conditioning!!
- Wish i could have stayed longer!!!
- Well located to city centre shops
Wrexham Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $85
- Value for Money
- Dirty hotel
- Gave my room away !!
Carden Park, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $156
- Lovely upmarket hotel
- Excellent, first class
Whitchurch Rd, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $112
- Superb experence
City Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $161
- Victorian splendor
- Victorian Splendour
- Fantastic Stay
The Racecourse on New Crane Street, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $81
Milton St, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $117
- Superlative staff
- Loved the whole place
- The Mill Hotel - a great stay had by all
City Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $92
Eastgate, Chester | 5 star hotelfrom $266
- Great place to get married!
- Very elegant!
- Always a pleasure
Wrexham Road, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $115
- New Years Eve And Day
- Over priced - Poor Service
- Superb Hotel
City Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $96
St. John Street, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $142
- Poor and dirty
- Very Dated and shabby
- I would'nt recommend it
95 Hoole Road, Chester | 2 star hotelfrom $64
20-24 City Road , Chester | Hotelfrom $90
Parkgate Road, Chester | 4 star hotelfrom $124
- Needs a good clean!!!
- Still impressed
- Poor Service in the Restaurant
Welsh Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $68
74 Hoole Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $101
Caldy Valley Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $88
76 Liverpool Rd, Chester | Hotelfrom $89
Whitchurch Road, Chester | 3 star hotelfrom $168
51 Lower Bridge Street, Chester | Hotelfrom $81
78 Hoole Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $64
North Mold, Chester | Hotelfrom $103
60 Hoole Road, Chester | Hotelfrom $195
- Great place
- Simply the best
- Just Perfect!
20 Lower Bridge St, Chester | Hotelfrom $149