Our Elizabethan residence clearly reflects the historic City of Chester. The answer to finding hotels in Chester is Higher Huxley Hall. Parts of this historic manor- house date from before the thirteenth century; the land on which it stands is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Situated in a green valley, it has fantastic views of the wooded Cheshire hills, medieval Beeston Castle and the purple Welsh mountains.
The bedrooms have been designed with today's comforts in mind. They are furnished mainly with antiques, have colour television, telephone, wireless Internet access, modem points, hair dryer, coffee / tea making facilities, en-suite bath / shower rooms and have home made shortbread awaiting you.
Visitors coming into the lounge room usually see a log fire roaring up the chimney in the open fireplace. Oak panelled doors lead off into the drawing room, dining room, cellar and kitchen. The dining room is in the oldest part of the house where everything took place in medieval days. These days it bears little resemblance having a large sandstone fireplace and is furnished with antiques. This is where breakfast is served and is situated overlooking the garden to the fields beyond.