Unwind in an award-winning Chester hotel where Charles Dickens was once a regular guest for less than half the usual price. Rooms at the 4-star Best Western Premier Queen Hotel, including breakfast, dinner and drinks, are now £98 per night.
Here's what you get:
This deal is valid Sunday-Friday until 31 March.
It's an extra £20 per person to stay on Saturday nights. Additional nights are £39.50 per person with breakfast**.
Considered by Lonely Planet to be "one of English history's greatest gifts to the contemporary visitor", Chester's "red-sandstone wall gift-wraps a tidy collection of Tudor and Victorian buildings", many of which were originally constructed during the city's time as the country's largest Roman fortress.
The largest hotel in the city, the 4-star Best Western Premier Queen Hotel underwent a £20 million refurbishment in 2008 and named Chester and Cheshire Large Hotel of the Year by Visit Chester in 2010. It is next to the mainline railway station and five minutes from Chester Cathedral and the central shopping area. It has secluded Italian terrace gardens as well as three restaurants, three bars, a fitness suite and table tennis.