The Saddle Inn

Historic Inn in Chester, Cheshire

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21 Grosvenor Street
Chester
Cheshire
England
CH1 2DD

The Saddle Inn, Chester

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The Saddle Inn is an historic inn pub and restaurant centrally located in the historic city of Chester. We offer all our guests a warm friendly welcome. On site we provide 9 bedrooms with en-suite/private bathroom facilities complete with tea and coffee making facilities and TV's.

The bar offers a range of lagers cask ales wines world beers and quality spirits and is open til late. Our kitchen provides home cooked food from locally sourced products. We hope you enjoy your visit.

The Saddle Inn finds itself in a fantastic central location that enables our guests to truly immerse themselves in the city's thriving cultural landscape. It is a large historical building located near the Roman amphitheatre and Chester Walls. We are situated next to the museum and are also within walking distance of the Racecourse as well as the huge variety of shops the city has to offer.

We are ideally situated for you to enjoy a fun-filled weekend a mid-week stay or a relaxing meal and drink with friends and family. The premises underwent a complete refurbishment in 2014 with it now offering our customers a stylish and welcoming environment. The bar area is sure to impress and it offers a wide range of draught beers cask ales spirits wines and cocktails.

The dining area offers a range of home cooked food including light bites pub classics and a selection of gorgeous desserts. We provide a full breakfast and lunch service 7 days a week and an evening meal service on a Friday and Saturday. Evening meals are also provided at our sister pub (The Victoria) which is just a 5 minute walk away from ourselves.

We have a lovely lounge area to relax in as well as an outside terrace to enjoy. FREE Wi-Fi in the public areas on the ground floor. All our rooms come with comfortable en-suite/private facilities including: Tea & coffee making facilities TV with Freeview both ironing facilities and hair-dryer(s) available by request fresh towels & complimentary toiletries.

Check-in is between 3pm & 11pm though we can try our best to accommodate any requests for earlier/later check-ins. There is a local NCP Car Park situated on Pepper Street which we can get our guests a discount in if they require parking. The NCP is a 2/3 minute walk away however there are other options further afield.

We have a hard working team all willing to go that extra mile to make sure our guests have a truly memorable time.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Chester Travel and Heritage Information

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Hawarden Old Castle - 5.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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