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From: "Rosie" <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Chester B & B help
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 09:32:10 +0100
If your cousins would like a really lovely B&B/small hotel and don't mind
paying for it, I can recommend the Green Bough on the Hoole Road. It is on
the outskirts of the city but public transport or taxis are good and it is
walkable, if folks like walking (I mile to city centre). The Green Bough has
fab en suite bedrooms, superb service and, if you want to eat your evening
meal there, the food is delicious.
Hotel site = http://www.greenbough.co.uk . However, there are other cheaper
places to eat nearby.
As with any place, some B&Bs are rather iffy. Unlike the wonderful
hospitality I received when I spent a summer in Aus and had no bad
experiences whatsoever. My mother and I booked into a B&B on the Hoole Road
one year (I originally come from Chester) and the rooms were so awful that
we hastily left and ended up in the Green Bough instead. Needless to say,
The Green Bough would now be our hotel of choice.
Good luck in finding the right hostelry for your cousins.
Rosemary, now sadly in North Hertfordshire.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mandy Whitham" <>
To: "cheshire" <>
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2007 8:13 AM
Subject: [CHS] Chester B & B help
> Morning List
> Now that I have finally got the family gathering organised I have now been
> asked to find a B & B in Chester where my 2 sets of Aussie cousins can
> whilst they 'do' that fair city. Whenever I get the chance (which is not
> very often) to stay the night I tend to go to the Youth Hostel......not
> quite their scene I think.
> Does anyone have any recommendations as to a nice place to stay in
> With thanks for your time on this one.
> Mandy in Windermere
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