Rossett Hall Hotel is situated in the quaint village of Rossett, near Chester, at the gateway to North Wales.
It is one of the leading hotels in the area and is within 10 minutes drive of both Chester and Wrexham.
The original building part of Rossett Hall Hotel is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian manor house, built in 1750 by James Boydell – the sheriff of the nearby Harwarden Estate who went on to become the Lord Mayor of London.
The hotel is surrounded by attractive gardens and the village of Rossett has a great deal of character, with two working water mills. Guests have the convenience of an excellent bus service that runs every 8-10 minutes and stops just outside the hotel, reaching both Chester and Wrexham within 10 minutes. The Roman walled city of Chester is world-famous for historic buildings, including its cathedral which has been a place of worship for over 1,000 years. Visitors to the city can easily see the sights on foot or by tour bus or even by boat. The nearby market town of Wrexham has a permanent Market Hall. A little further afield is Llangollen – home to the International Music Eisteddfod and a destination for canal and steam engine trips.
Facilities at Rossett Hall Hotel include 50 en suite bedrooms with bath and shower, free WiFi internet access and ample free parking. This Chester hotel has a popular restaurant – Oscars – serving freshly prepared, tasty and imaginative dishes.
Rossett Hall Hotel, Chester, is an ideal venue for your wedding and a convenient location for meetings in the Chester area.
Address: Rossett Hall Hotel Chester Road Rossett Wrexham LL12 0DE
Tel: 01244 571 000
Number of bedrooms: 50