Amazing architecture chester has so many lovely buildings & walls had an amazing weekend strolling & the walls
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I really have never been to an independent café of a cathedral that has such a really bad coffee machine. >>> from a vending machine. The tables were like decorating tables with an odd assortment of old chairs. Stick to Costa Coffee. This was awful!!!...More
We went in out of curiosity as there was an art exhibition going on and any cathedral such as this is always worth a visit.Chester Cathedral is a stunning building. But we had one unexpected moment that can't generally be arranged. There was a wedding...More
Unfortunately when we visited this cathedral it was overcrowded with lots of schoolchildren milling around which did somewhat spoil our visit. It is a beautiful building with some lovely stained glass windows and wonderful architecture.
The cloisters and the grounds are very beautiful. The walk up to the cathedral and the castle have birds chirping and a babbling brook below it. The church is awe-inspiring and ancient, even when I have just seen Durham two days before. A must see...More
Fabulous and ancient cathedral, originally an abbey pre-reformation. Beautiful stained glass and hidden architectural treasures. We were lucky enough to see a fabulous modern art exhibition here. Well worth a visit and as it's free entry, make a donation!
It's a treat to spend some time in the Cathedral Refectory, with seventeenth-century tapestries, saints in stained glass, a hammer beam roof, and mediaeval stonework. Although the coffee is not very good and the food only average for the price, no doubt it supports the...More
This is a very impressive cathedral which owes its beauty to the skills of the workmen who have built, repaired and restored over many centuries. We declined the guided tour of the Tower because of health problems - too many steps to be climbed at...More