This stunning contemporary two-bedroom apartment is ideally located close to the River Dee and just a short five-minute walk to Chester’s historic city centre and the famous Chester Racecourse.
Furnished to an exceptionally high standard this luxury apartment makes an ideal holiday retreat offering all the features of a hotel suite but without the price tag.
The accommodation briefly comprises of two double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite) entrance Hall, extremely large open plan Lounge, Dining Area and stylish Kitchen providing sociable living space. The kitchen comprises of oven, hob, dishwasher, washing machine and a dryer.
The property also includes secure underground parking and fully maintained communal areas with courtyard and landscaped gardens.
Located close by is a plethora of award winning fine dining restaurants and gastro pubs. Alternatively if you prefer a quiet night in, the apartment is fully furnished to cater for everything from a romantic meal for two down to a movie night in front of the TV.
(TV, Freeview, DVD and WiFi internet are available free of charge)
Chester is one of Britain’s most spectacular Roman cities, with ancient walls, a Roman amphitheatre and fascinating museums to take you back in time. Even the main shopping area exudes history at every turn, with its unique two-tier Rows, black and white timbered facades and narrow alleyways, watched over by the iconic and historic Eastgate clock.
Chester offers an unrivalled shopping experience, with something for everyone. The flagship Browns of Chester department store is a must, while the city’s interesting independent stores hold many surprises and are well worth seeking out. Chester Market, the Grosvenor Precinct and the busy Bridge Street, Eastgate and Foregate only add to the variety.
A little outside of town you’ll find designer bargains at Cheshire Oaks outlet village, while the £1bn Liverpool One development is also within easy reach.
Chester offers a wealth of sporting opportunities, with many excellent Cheshire golf clubs within an easy drive. The Northgate Arena, in the heart of the city, includes three pools with waterslides, as well as a range of courts and fitness facilities. Outdoor pursuits enthusiasts will enjoy the close proximity of the North Wales mountains, with Snowdonia National Park close enough for a day trip walking or climbing.
For family fun, Chester boasts one of Britain’s best zoos, Chester Zoo, home to over 7,000 animals in 110 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. The dusky Bat Cave, the new Jaguar exhibit and the aerial views from the monorail are not to be missed. Active youngsters can Go Ape themselves in nearby Delamare Forest, with thrilling treetop routes and rope swings across the canopy.
Chester is a prestigious place to live, with a wealth of quality and culture at every turn. Famed for its lively nightlife, Chester has entertainment for all, from the Michelin starred restaurant at the Grosvenor Hotel, to the many vibrant bars and clubs contained within the compact city centre.
Chester is very well placed for transport, with excellent road access to the North West and North Wales. The M53 and M56 are close by, while the A55 North Wales Expressway swings around the bottom of the city before heading out along the stunning coastline. There are direct trains to London from Chester Station, with a journey time of just over two hours. You can also join the Merseyrail line to Liverpool at Chester, with underground trains taking you directly into the City Centre.