Staying at this hotel is an experience in itself. They have combined the original style with modern comforts wonderfully. We stayed in the room just to absorb the authenticity of it. At first glance the building opposite looks like a bit of an eyesore. When you learn of its history you try to imagine the hustle and bustle of dock life. You look at it with a different perspective and it becomes magical. I will definitely return.
Traveller from East Midlands
Situated on the waterfront, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Liverpool ONE, and St …More
The couple who run the Lodge are extremely helpful and friendly. Their advice was very useful for choosing a good place to eat dinner, and they were both happy to chat and be asked questions. The rooms themselves are nothing special - they are clean and have a tv, tea/coffee, shower/toilet etc, but no bath. There are no shower items supplied, so you need to bring your own. But there are a decent number of towels, and the Lodge is within easy reach of Chester for bus or walking. There are some decent resturants nearby, on the edge of Hoole itself.
Located in Hoole, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Northgate Arena Leisure Centre and Chester Cathedral. Chester …More
The hotel organised my niece's wedding and we stayed overnight. The room was very clean and comfortable. We were able to get a good deal via Expedia - ordinarily I don't think I would have been prepared to pay the asking price as this was too expensive. Unable to comment on food as I did not partake.
Traveller from Felixstowe, Suffolk
Situated in Liverpool, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Sefton Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Liverpool ONE and Paul …More
Pocket Guide: Ellesmere Port Ellesmere Port Hotels
Home to the UK's largest designer outlet, savvy shoppers flock to the industrial Ellesmere Port to find bargains at Cheshire Oaks. Other attractions include the Blue Planet Aquarium and the Manchester Ship Canal. Visitors can immerse themselves in the fascinating story of Britain's maritime heritage at the National Waterways Museum, climbing aboard docked barges to experience life on the water.