The Best Western Rossett Hall Hotel although just a short distance from the historic walled city of Chester, is located in the idyllic gateway village of Rossett, surrounded by the countryside of North Wales and the Cheshire plains yet only minutes from the market town of Wrexham and the motorway network.
Rossett Hall is a fine example of Georgian period architecture. Built in 1750 by local businessman John Boydell, a leading publisher of engraving, silversmith and Mayor of London (1790), the house remained in the Boydell family until the mid 1970's until converted into one of the leading hotels in the area.
30 bedrooms all with en-suite with bath and shower, direct dial phone, trouser press, hairdryer, coffee/tea maker and color television with satellite, teletext and radio stations.
Best Western Rossett Hall Hotel,
Chester, LL12 ODE GB
Best Western Rossett Hall Hotel, Chester
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