Go self-catering at Baker’s Cottage and discover why we love the historic city of Chester
Baker’s Cottage makes the ideal base for exploring Chester. Leave your car in the private parking space and explore on foot. Chester’s walled city centre is just a 10 to 15 minute walk away and packed with historic buildings housing a vibrant mix of shops, restaurants and pubs.
When you’ve finished for the day take a leisurely stroll across the Old Dee Bridge or a short taxi ride home and put your feet up in comfort.
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Baker’s Cottage is available to book direct
You can book direct with me, Jo Cunningham, the cottage owner. I’m easy to contact and happy to answer all your questions about holidays in Chester and Baker’s Cottage. We’ve owned the cottage since 2004 and my husband, Peter, is from nearby Liverpool so we know this part of the world very well. Also, if you book direct, I promise to give you the best price for your stay – no added booking fees, no card processing fees and no hidden extras.
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A taste of Chester:
Chester is the ideal place to do your Christmas shopping and soak up the festive atmosphere. It has a wide variety of shops and lots of seasonal events in the run up to Christmas.
The two mile walk around Chester’s city walls is a pleasant introduction to the city.
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Where will a holiday at Baker’s Cottage take you?
Baker’s cottage is walking distance from the heart of Chester – a beautiful old English city with a unique walled centre.
The city is rich in history from it’s days as an ancient Roman port to it’s medieval and Victorian buildings which give the centre it’s uniquely English character. These buildings now house a wealth of shops, cafés and restaurants, making Chester a great place for a weekend or mid-week city break.
Chester is in North West England on the river Dee, near to the Welsh border. The metropolitan cities of Liverpool and Manchester are both within driving distance. The Wirral peninsular and the mountains, ruined castles and stunning coastline of North Wales are also easy to reach by car.
What some of our previous guests thought about their holidays at Baker’s Cottage:
Our stay at Baker’s Cottage was outstanding – our whole group kept commenting on how impressed we were by the property and all the lovely, thoughtful touches that just went above and beyond your average holiday home. The property was so lovely – we really felt at home. Jo has though of everything, and there are welcoming touches everywhere.
Jo has walked in the shoes of the customer and has thought of everything. Great attention to detail, style taste and a great host. From simple pleasures of traditional board games to Wi-Fi and a bluetooth speaker.
Very comfortable very impressed with the high standard of furnishings and contents etc. A lovely home from home.
You have made the cottage a home from home – it was a pleasure to stay here.