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Northop Hall Country House Hotel
Chester Road
Northophall Village


CH7 6HJ | View map

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Northop Hall Country House Hotel is a beautiful Victorian mansion set in over nine acres of private woodland close to historic Chester and on the border of North Wales.

Established in 1872, the charming hall has been refurbished to offer modern facilities in a relaxed and tranquil setting - ideal for those looking to get away from it all in the most breathtaking surroundings.

Recommended in the prestigious Welsh Rarebits "Hotels of Distinction Guide 2009", our privately-owned hotel is guaranteed to fulfill your every need and expectation. Whether you're looking for a romantic break, family getaway or a perfect venue for your wedding, business conference or private event, we will do everything we can to ensure your stay is memorable.

Conveniently located just eight miles from Chester city centre, the hotel has a wide range of attractions on its doorstep such as Chester Racecourse, Chester Zoo, Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village and the Blue Planet Aquarium. North Wales is within easy reach offering stunning countryside, historic castles and attractive coastal resorts - all waiting to be explored.

Rooms from as little as: 69.00.

We look forward to welcoming you to Northop Hall Country House Hotel & Chequers Restaurant.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 38
Number Ensuite: 38
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Name: The Chequers
Cuisine: International
Chef: Alan Tweedlie

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