Ba Ba Guest House

Guest house in Chester, Cheshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

65 Hoole Road, Hoole
Chester
Cheshire
England
CH2 3NJ

Ba Ba Guest House, Chester

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Accommodation Description:

While enjoying your visit to the City of Chester, June and Bill Smith invite you to stay in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the Ba Ba Guest House.

All rooms have, tea and coffee making facilities, LCD Flat screen TV with free view, hair-dryer and radio alarm clocks all rooms have en suite or private facilities. Large family rooms are available with cots for the younger traveller. Orange juice, cereals of your choice, iced mineral water.

Selection of yoghurt's, Best back bacon, fresh farm eggs fried or scrambled, sausage, beans, hash brown, sliced mushrooms and tomatoes. White and wholemeal toast. Marmalade, jams and honey.

A selection of fine English and herbal teas or coffee, regular or decaffeinated. We will try and accommodate any special diets, but please let us know before you arrive. The Ba Ba Guest House was the birthplace of Leonard Cheshire VC.

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From: £65.00

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