Ba Ba Guest House
65 Hoole Road, Chester, United Kingdom, CH2 3NJ
- Recommended for:
- Culture vultures, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Shopping
Expert review of Ba Ba Guest House
This family-run Victorian townhouse is a favourite with visitors. The birthplace of Leonard Cheshire, a Second World War bomber pilot turned charity worker, the guest house’s breakfast room has a couple of art prints signed by the man himself. June and Bill Smith offer a warm welcome and an inexpensive break in Chester. And there’s no surcharge on race days – a big bonus if you’ve frittered away your money betting at The Roodee!
On Hoole Road, which is one of the main routes into Chester and populated by b&bs and small hotels. It’s a five-minute drive or 20-minute walk to the city centre. The vibrant urban village of Hoole is seconds away.
Five rooms offer options for singles, families, adult sharers, plus doubles/twins. One double has a separate bathroom. The rooms, some with original Victorian features, are comfortable and large, though the furniture is slightly mismatched.
Breakfast is included in the room rate, a Full English affair of course.
Leisure visitors on a budget, some longer term residents.
Rates include breakfast, parking and free WiFi - available in all rooms. No race day surcharge.
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- 65 Hoole Road, Chester, United Kingdom, CH2 3NJ