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Chester Holiday Cottages

Selection of holiday lettings in Chester city centre

We have holiday apartments and lodges in Chester for you

Compare thousands of Chester cottages in preparation for your trip to one of England’s most picturesque town centres. Located in the North West of England with proximity to Wales, this town will transport you to a time gone by, with Victorian and Tudor architecture either side of the high street. Perhaps its most legendary is its Roman past, once known as ‘Deva’ in Latin once the Romans decided that its position was the perfect place to construct a fort. Here at Hundredrooms, we aim to find the perfect holiday apartment for your trip to take the stress away from enjoying your trip. In a matter of seconds, we search through all of the relevant holiday rentals in Chester, from a range of partners. It is the only place where you can find all of them on one screen. Chester is an important part of Roman history, having been the site of Deva Victrix, a legionary fortress built in Britannia, and you can very easily choose a holiday home in Chester that will allow you to walk around these parts of the town and enjoy it for yourself. Whether you are looking for a lodge with a hot tub, or self-catering, we search quickly and efficiently to bring you your personalised selection. The city occupies a wonderful position alongside the River Dee, and there is plenty of self-catering accommodation in Chester near the river if you are looking for pretty views. Travel to Cheshire Oaks to go shopping for the day, go boating along the River Dee, find places to stay near Chester Zoo or explore the wonderful city walls that will allow you to discover more about its past. Chester is full of fabulous things to do, and is the perfect weekend trip destination - we’re here to help you in the quest for the perfect place to stay.

Places to stay in Chester

There are an array of Chester holiday rentals to choose from and depending on what you would like to get out of your trip, you can stay in Tudor-style pubs, or find cottages to rent. We have given you the best tips to look out for:

  • Within the city walls: The best option for your trip, however is to stay within the city walls, as here is where all of the bars, shops, restaurants and main sights are located. There are some wonderful weekend apartments in the city centre as it is compact and easy to navigate.
  • Outside of the walls: There is more space for your holiday rental, and here is where you are certain to find cheap holiday accommodation. You will be able to mingle with locals and are good value.
  • North Chester: For proximity to Chester Zoo, this is the best option for booking short term lets. You can easily get on the motorway and go shopping at Cheshire Oaks, and what’s more if you’re looking to visit Liverpool or Manchester, then they can also be reached within the hour.

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Holiday lettings in Chester

Chester city walls and other things to do

The River Dee is the source of much activity and entertainment in Chester, and you can observe the city from a boat trip. You can have afternoon tea aboard a boat, or enjoy fish and chips. From the comfort of a holiday cottage in Chester, you can find a whole host of things to do. Read on to find out more:

  • Chester city walls: Chester is one of the only towns in England with such an extensive and well preserved city wall network that were built to protect the city by the Romans. The fortress Deva Victrix was started around 70 AD, and give a firm circuit to walking around the medieval city.
  • Eastgate and Eastgate Clock: This clock marks the original entrance to Deva, the Roman fortress. It is a Grade II listed building with a clock added to the top.
  • Grosvenor Museum: To properly explore the history of Chester, in particular the Roman life, then this is a must visit.
  • Chester Cathedral: This cathedral was originally founded as a Benedictine monastery. It is a Grade II listed building, with archeological history to be discovered. Its history spans over 2000 years and has a wide and varied community.
  • Chester Racecourse: Also known as the Roodee, it is the oldest racecourse in England that is used till this day. Horse racing has been a part of Chester’s history since the early 16th century, and is great for a day out.