Bridge Street Townhouse
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- The property is in central Chester, within the ancient city walls
- A relaxed lounge bar offers a selection of craft beers, wines and ciders
- There's a small gym
- The boutique shops, bars and restaurants of the Rows are a few minutes' walk away
Bridge Street Townhouse hotel, within Chester's ancient Roman walls, occupies an 18th-century Georgian townhouse and its more modern annexe building. A walking tour of the walls themselves, which are the most complete example of their kind in Britain, offers a unique perspective of the city.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink near the hotel, including the historic Bear and Billet pub, which was built in 1664 and is considered one of Chester's finest timber-framed buildings. From the hotel, it's a short walk to the unique 2-tier covered walkways of the Rows, with their boutiques, bars and restaurants.
The hotel has a lounge bar with sofas and armchairs. At breakfast, there's freshly brewed coffee, juice and a choice of teas. The continental buffet breakfast selection includes pastries, cereals, cured meats and cheeses.
There is a small gym with weights, an exercise bike, a treadmill and a rowing machine.
The contemporary rooms, which have a colour scheme of greys and bold red, are in either the townhouse or the annexe. Wi-Fi is free.