A lovely area in the city centre. A place for children to let off steam and adults to stroll and relax. Views of the river and somewhere to have lunch on a sunny day.
We really wished we'd been able to book a table in advance for the main dining area but the locals obviously know the reputation of the food and service and we were only able to eat in the more relaxed lounge/bar area. It was however excellent in all respects. Highly trained but approachable staff - we were served both drinks... More
The park has a beautiful location near the rive and whilst it's currently undergoing a massive amount of work you can see it's going to be stunning! A lovely place to spend the afternoon.
Grosvenor Park has some stunning beauty set in Chester's city centre. 5 minutes walk away from Chester's amphitheatre and offers many paths and trails around some stunning flowers and scenery. A popular spot in summer for picnics. It also hosts a music concert every year which is also great! It has a children's play area, ice-cream shop and a kids... More
Much of the park is presently fenced off as the park is undergoing restoration to return it to its Victorian Splendor. The park actually looks quite scruffy due to large areas looking like a building site although I'm sure it will look very different when the work is completed IN spring 2014.
Quite a nice place to go when the pressures of shopping get too much. Within the City boundaries it is a real area of quietnesses and seclusion nad within easy walking distance. Just a short distance from the Groves next to the River Dee
Grosvenor park is well worth the walk up from the river Dee, or indeed down to the Dee if you come from Chester centre. Nice little play area for children, and by the lake is the miniature railway that runs around it (late spring/summer only). Plenty of space to play ball games and lovely gardens to enjoy
Free to visit and nice on a sunny day although at the moment it is a bit rough as they are in the middle of transforming the area. Plenty of open space though to walk and lots of friendly squirrels but you are not supposed to feed them now!
Highly recommend this park for the perfect picnic. Children entertained by a lovely miniature railway which circles round a pond and plenty of space for playing a game. Lots of squirrels so take some nuts. Finish your picnic with an ice cream at the river.
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