When a building dates back to 1801, a makeover needs to reflect and respect that history, which is why our expert team worked long and hard to ensure the new colour palettes at the Cheshire Cat in Christleton, Chester, echo the charm and character of this delightful budget hotel.
The beautifully restored building, said to sit on the grounds of a battle between the Roundheads and the Cavaliers, has reopened after being redecorated and refreshed throughout, with all characterful rooms oozing country pub style.
Along with all the welcoming features you expect from an Innkeeper’s Lodge, including free tea and coffee-making facilities, Wi-Fi and on-site parking, there are now large flat-screen TVs, new Hypnos beds with toppers in every room, cosy carpets throughout and restyled, contemporary bathrooms featuring powerful showers and complimentary toiletries. Continental breakfast is on the house too – and you can always treat yourself by trading up to cooked.
Set as it is in a charming rural village, this bed and breakfast hotel is in easy reach of the medieval walled city of Chester, and with a Vintage Inn on site – which has also undergone a makeover – you can expect fresh, seasonal food throughout your stay, whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure.
On that note, leisure-seekers are spoilt for choice with historic Chester and local family attractions including Blue Planet Aquarium, Dewa Roman Experience, and Grosvenor Park. And business travellers can enjoy easy access to Manchester and Liverpool.