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- 50 guest reviews
"The hotel is very nice how ever it is in need a nic of paint and bathroom in room one needs updating. Room 1 should not be a family room as..."
"On arrival, the first receptionist wasn't very cheerful. The Hotel was great but, as for disabled people, it isn't when you want to get a dr..."
"Unfortunately there were marks on the walls and the position of TV wasn't great when trying to watch from bed. Breakfast was very poor and t..."
"I reviewed deals in trivago and found LateRooms had an executive including breakfast for £7 yes £7! I thought they had recently re-opened or..."
"Room was nice, hotel was nice just the restaurant really let it down. If there was a function on in the hotel you had to go outside in the r..."
About the hotel
Nestled within its own peaceful gardens yet only 15 minutes from Chester, this elegant grade 2 listed Georgian Hotel offers stylish accommodation, sumptuous cuisine, free Wi-Fi and on-site parking. Dating back to 1750, Rossett Hall is a classic architectural example of the period, built as it was by local businessman (and future Mayor of London) John Boydell. Having been sympathetically extended and restored, it gracefully combines the traditional allure of its historic past with the luxurious convenience of contemporary living.
It offers a warm welcome matched by a dedicated commitment to service and quality. Surrounded by glorious countryside and its own well-tended gardens, guests are sure to embrace its tranquil charms and relaxed atmosphere. Each of the 49 en-suite rooms are stylishly decorated and furnished, perfectly complementing the refined splendour of the main building. Comfort and relaxation are paramount and that is why all rooms come fully equipped with all the contemporary conveniences one would expect from a hotel of this calibre. Including: complimentary Wi-Fi access, HD flat screen TV, work desk, hairdryer, trouser press and tea & coffee making facilities. Classic, Executive and Family options are available and many rooms feature spectacular views of the gardens and grounds. Whether a business retreat, a romantic excursion or even a fun-packed family holiday, there is something to please even the most discerning of guests. No visit to Rossett Hall would be complete without indulging one’s culinary palette at Oscar’s, the renowned on-site restaurant. Open all day, it has garnered an impressive local reputation for its freshly-cooked seasonal produce. Using the best in locally sourced produce it offers an extensive menu supported by daily specials, lighter snacks and sandwiches. Cultivating a relaxed environment, Oscar’s is committed to providing the very best in food together with friendly, efficient service and an ambience more fitting with today’s lifestyle. With free on-site parking and its close proximity to both Chester and Wrexham, Rossett Hall is an ideal location for corporate events. Featuring two meeting rooms and two syndicate rooms it can accommodate up to a maximum of 120 delegates. The Hotel is also available for private functions including birthday celebrations, anniversaries and weddings. Indeed, their spectacular landscaped gardens and wrought-iron gazebo provide the perfect backdrop for some stunning photographs. Despite its quiet location in the village of Rossett, the Hotel is just a 7 minute drive from the A55 and just 15 minutes from the city of Chester. What’s more, with free on-site parking, it is both convenient and accessible. Chester Train Station offers excellent transport links to the rest of the UK, there’s also a local station at Wrexham, just a 13 minute taxi ride away. For those flying in, Manchester Airport is a 45 minute drive from the Hotel or there’s Liverpool John Lennon Airport, about the same distance away. Set in the village of Rossett near the Wales/England border, yet only a short distance from the walled Roman city of Chester and the market town of Wrexham, Rossett Hall is ideally situated to make the most of everything that the local area has to offer. Chester boasts a rich cultural heritage, and is rich in local history and intrigue. There’s a lot to do, whether it be walking along the City Walls, visiting the magnificent Cathedral or watching the Horse Racing at the Racecourse. Alternatively, take advantage of the fantastic shopping, entertainment and dining options in the city. The city also boats some of the UK's leading tourist attractions, including the family-fun of Chester Zoo and the Blue Planet Aquarium. Just outside the city there is also Cheshire Oaks, the largest Designer Outlet in the UK. The Hotel is fortunate enough to be surrounded by the picturesque beauty of the North Wales countryside and it is just a 45 minute drive from the dramatic peaks of Snowdonia. Llangollen, the festival capital of Wales, is also nearby and offers many unique attractions including the world- famous Steam Railway route through the Dee Valley. Fans of the outdoors are well-served by an abundance of opportunities for walking, cycling, rambling, rock climbing and much more besides.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities , 24 Hour Reception , Cots available , Wedding Licence , Trouser press in each room , Telephone In Each Room , 24 Hour Room Service , Limited room service for hot food , Laundry/Valet Service , Wake Up Call Available , Interconnecting rooms available , Doctor on call , Porter , Ground floor bedrooms
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , In-room Modem Hook up , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms , Private dining services
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar , Breakfast to go
- In Room Entertainment
- TV , Satellite TV , Radio
- Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Disabled toilets on ground floor , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Bar , Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms
- [Channels] News
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- Pets are not allowed
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76% would recommend it to a friend
Nice hotel abit dated.
The hotel is very nice how ever it is in need a nic of paint and bathroom in room one needs updating.
Room 1 should not be a family room as it is very close to reception and loud. Other than these points it was a nice stay.
On arrival, the first receptionist wasn't very cheerful.
The Hotel was great but, as for disabled people, it isn't when you want to get a drink or something to eat - It was raining hard for 2 days and we had to go outside and to the other end of the Hotel for this - we got very wet. The only thing wrong with the room was the bathroom. It was for a disabled person but the floor tiles were very dangerous - My Carer slipped on it and had to put towels down so I could walk out of the room. It might be alright if I had to shower in a wheelchair but I don't use certain aides - My Carer helps me. A wet room is supposed to have a special non-slip flooring down. Apart from this, we had a great time. O yes, Lynne at the bar was brilliant - very chatty and helpful - especially with me being on a mobility scooter. As soon as I got to the door, she was there to open it. A lovely, lovely lady. THANKS