Quality Hotel Chester

A Hotel in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Berwick Road/Welsh Road, Little Sutton
Ellesmere Port
CH66 4PS

Quality Hotel Chester, Ellesmere Port

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Accommodation Description:

This hotel is situated in rural surroundings, yet close to Chester city centre and junction 5 of the M53. 75 comfortable bedrooms are backed up with an excellent restaurant, friendly bar and leisure centre with a good sized pool and gym where you can relax and unwind. Nearby attractions include Chester city centre, Blue Planet Aquarium, Chester Zoo, the Boat Museum and Cheshire Oaks Shopping Outlet.

The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and free car parking.

3 star rating

From: £39.50

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