I recently spent 1 night at this hotel with my boyfriend. It was easy enough to find with directions (or sat nav!).
My first impresisons of the hotel were good, the grounds were lovely with 3 sheep on the grass as you go in - they were only ornaments but I thought they were real until they didnt move! There were also other brilliant ornaments around the grounds and although just outside Wrexham, it was in the middle of countryside and very peaceful. The weather wasnt that good but if it had of been summer, the grounds would have been lovely.
On entering the main door, there were some interesting pieces of furniture and ornaments, items like this were all over the hotel. There was a very small reception area but the receptionist was very friendly and helpful. I did not need to ask about anything as I was furnished with all the information i needed for my stay.
The main restaurant was closed that night, it was a Sunday but I was informed bar meals were available. We had already planned to take a drive into Chester and eat there so that wasnt a problem for me.
The room was of a great size, we paid £10 extra for the executive room, it had a large bed and views of green out of the window. There was a large tv with 12 channels on it, bath with lovely powerful shower, overall the room was spacious.
Went to the leisure club, the receptionist there was helpful, you need £1 for the locker and towels were available at the club. The pool wasnt as big as it looked on the photos i had seen but was enough for what i wanted. There was a sauna which was nice and a jacuzzi - we didnt realise for a while that you had to ask the receptionist to switch it on, once it was on it was lovely but there was a hose pipe coming through the pool into the jacuzzi with hot water coming from it, i found this a little strange.
Breakfast in the morning was delicious, the hotel was quite quiet as it was a Monday morning, but there was still plenty of food for us and all fresh and tasty. Lovely big sausauges, bacon, beans, scrambled egg, cereal, fruit, gosh loads to eat!!
It is 6 miles out of Wrexham town centre and 6 miles from Chester town centre, spent evening in Chester and Monday daytime shopping in Wrexham.
What a lovely stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hallmark Hotel Llyndir Hall, Chester South is the perfect escape to explore to historic city of Chester. Just six miles from Chester city centre, only six miles from the M53 and nine miles from the M56. The hotel has plenty of on-site parking and 48 great bedrooms. The hotel has lots of great facilities including 8 meeting rooms for up to 120 delegates, a health club with a swimming pool and spa, an AA rosette awarded Garden Restaurant, a majestic ballroom which is perfect for wedding receptions up to 130 guests and free superfast WiFi throughout. The hotel also has a beautiful Italian terrace with licence to hold Civil wedding Ceremonies. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Chester
- Llyndir Hall Hotel
- Chester Best Western
- Hallmark Hotel Llyndir Hall, Chester South Rossett, Wrexham County