The Directory of Unusual Places to Stay
Boutique hotel in the heart of Chester with 18 luxurious themed rooms and secret garden
17th century, Grade I listed hotel combining classic historic features with sharp 21st century architecture. Set in extensive idyllic grounds
Relax surrounded by the rolling hills of Wrenbury near Cheshire in one of these delightfully shabby chic boutique barns
A thatched cottage dating back over 400 years, offering 3 self-contained luxury 5 Star suites
Country house with a wraparound lake offers a romantic rural getaway near Chester. Individually designed rooms and suites. No pets
A 58ft narrowboat sleeping up to 6 guests, providing constantly changing scenery and views as it cruises. Based near Nantwich
Shepherds hut sleeps 2 in rural Haughton with hot tub and fire pit. 3 night min stay. Arrival dates Fri/Mon
A Grade I early 19th Century Castle with an interior design of luxury + contemporary décor. Outside Chester. Good for weddings
A quaint thatched holiday cottage for 4 in Hale with a wonderful history behind it. Mon/Fri arrival for 3 night minimum stay. 2 dogs welcome
These canal boat holidays - for 2-10 guests, allow you to cruise along the waterways from Warrington and see the countryside from a new perspective
A Inn set at the heart of Chester city, offering 13 elegant rooms with traditional décor, a restaurant, microbrewery + bar
Two historic properties set in a cobbled courtyard dating back to 1807, The Loft (sleeps 2) and The Carriage Barn (4-6). 10 minutes from Chester
Grade II listed preserved Edwardian manor, built in 1915, offering elegant en suite rooms within 38 acres of grounds
A grand Victorian style hotel in Chester city centre first opened in 1860. 2 AA rosette restaurant + 4 poster beds
Victorian B&B guest house, with fresh bold print decor, near the centre of Chester and the Welsh border.
Traditional gypsy wagon East of Wrexham. Enjoy private land and views on your romantic getaway. 2 night minimum stay.