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Welcome to Tentry Heys

Address: Queens Park Road, Chester, CH4 7AD

Telephone: 01244 677857 01244 677857

Hotel Description

A warm welcome is extended to this Victorian guesthouse in its own grounds. Picturesque, 6 minutes walk to city centre and 1 minute stroll to the river Dee & meadows. Private parking. En suite facilities. Discount breaks on request. Non-smoking. Within each bedroom you will also find tea and coffee making facilities. TV in all rooms. Access to the bedroom floors is by room key only.

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  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Family Rooms
  • City Centre Location
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • City Breaks

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Chester Racecourse - Chester - Racecourse

Chester Racecourse - Chester - Racecourse

Distance 0.62 miles (1 km)
More than two hundred thousand people a year visit Chester Racecourse for "a day at the races." There is something for everyone from the family seeking a relaxing Sunday picnic to the company entertaining guests in the lavish surroundings of the Racecourse. The traditional racing highlights of the season are during the 3 day May meeting when the world of flat racing focuses on Chester. The most popular meetings during evenings and on Saturdays are in the summer. It was Chester Racecourse that showed how to succeed with Sunday racing and tens of thousands now pack the Roodee for the annual family funday in August.

Chester Centre - Town Centre

Chester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.68 miles (1.09 km)
Chester has a population of around 80,000 and although many of its black and white half-timbered buildings have an appearance harking back to medieval times, most are in fact Victorian. The original fortress city of Deva (named after the River Dee) was built by the Romans to keep out the Welsh barbarians and, although the Romans left in the 5th century, it wasn't until the 1300's that the Welsh were considered to be less of a threat. The Dewa Roman Experience is amongst Chester's many Roman attractions. It has the largest Roman Amphi-theatre in Britain, the Roman Garden and Minerva's Shrine.

University of Chester - University

University of Chester - University

Distance 1.1 miles (1.75 km)
Founded in 1839, the University of Chester is one of the oldest institutions in UK. A modern, educational institution, Chester is well-known for the quality of its education, student support and innovative courses. Currently, there are 15,000 students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on its two main campuses, Chester and Warrington . These students and the alumni of Chester will certify to the high professional standards upheld by the University since the time of its in...