Oddfellows offers 18 quirky bedrooms all individually designed, the inspiration of the interior design of the rooms have been based on three Cestrian professionals Randolf Caldecott - Illustrator, Peter Newbrook - Cinematographer and John Douglas - Architect.
Whether a duplex suite with roll top bath, a loft room overlooking the city’s rooftops or a retro-vibed Newbrook, all rooms offer character and charm.
Apartments by Oddfellows are moments away, just footsteps from the Dee, with enough space to swing a cheetah and a private parking space, they offer an ideal alternative for larger groups and longer stays.
Dine amongst the trees in the aptly named, The Garden. Savour delectable food in the most enticing and unique of environments. Delicious dishes designed with a unique twist provide an exciting dining experience. A choice of menus offer light bites, or more leisurely dining experiences.
Through sliding double doors, The Garden leads into a secret garden. With an eclectic mix of contemporary furnishings typically found indoors, the landscaped Secret Garden at Oddfellows offers a hint of the Mediterranean and a year round outdoor experience like no other.
A completely unexpected oasis in the city, with secluded areas, open fire pits, and private cabins perfect for that evening soiree with friends, The Secret Garden will not be a secret for long.
In the heart of historic Chester sits Oddfellows, a whimsical boutique hotel that will capture your imagination. Behind a gorgeous Georgian entrance, you’ll find character, charm with just a little bit of odd.
Accommodation. Dining. Bar. Free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, Nespresso coffee maker, Roberts radio, iPod dock, minibar, Plantation toiletries.
Chester is one of the most picturesque places to visit. As you arrive in Chester you will appreciate the city's unique atmosphere and sense of history.
Founded by the Romans over 2,000 years ago, much of the Roman influence remains and Chester's city walls are the most complete in Britain. In every corner of the city you are confronted with history, from the Roman amphitheatre, to the medieval half-timbered buildings.
Of course, modern delights can be found in one of the many nearby cafes and boutiques. Head outdoors to the Botanic Gardens, or shop amongst the designer labels at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. If your horse doesn’t come in at Chester Racecourse you’ll have a winner at Oddfellows.