The Delamore Lodge is a luxurious and contemporary timber clad lodge. The cozy cabin building vacation rental has one double with an ensuite water closet and one twin. The cabin vacation rental has a DVD player, wifi, and a flat-screen television with Freeview or Freesat. The Delamore Lodge has 2 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 4 people and up to 2 pets are allowed. You can choose from comfortable two and three bedroom caravans or two-bedroom timber-clad cabin lodges. The lodges include a kitchen with a microwave, gas, and electricity, double glazed and central heating, and a bathroom with a shower.
The vacation cabin buildings include all bed linens, duvets, and towels, garden furniture, travel cots and highchairs at an additional cost. The Ridgewaycabin building is located in Frodsham, near Chester, Cheshire. There is a gas fireplace in the living room to enjoy during your vacation stay. The Delamore Lodge has a good-sized outdoor patio where you can enjoy your morning cup of coffee or tea in the morning and gaze at the stars at night. Inside the cozy cabin building, there are all the comforts of home with a living room with plenty of comfy furnishings, kitchen with stove and oven, kettle, kitchen sink, and plenty of kitchen counter space, and comfy beds. The Delamore Lodge is near Chester where you can enjoy plenty of activities during your vacation stay.
Chester is a walled city that is located in Cheshire, England on the River Dee, close to the border of Wales. Chester was one of the last cities in England that fell to the Normans. William the Conqueror ordered the construction of the castle to dominate the town and the Welsh border that is nearby. In 1541 Chester was granted city status. It is one of the best-preserved wall-cities you will find in Britain. Chester has several medieval buildings, with many of the black-and-white buildings within the city center that are Victorian restorations, that originated from the Black and White Revival movement. Apart from a 330-foot section, the Grade I listed walls are almost complete. With the Industrial Revolution canals, railways, and new roads came to the city, which at that time saw substantial expansion and development to include the Grosvenor Museum and the Chester Town Hall which are an example of Victorian architectural design from this period.
Chester lies at the southern end of 2-mile sandstone ridges that rise to a height of 137 feet within a natural S-bend in the River Dee (before its course was altered in the 18th century). The bedrock in this region, which is also known as the Chester Pebble Beds, is very noticeable because of the small stones that are trapped within its strata. The retreating glacial sheet of ice also deposited large quantities of sand and marl across the area where the boulder clay was absent. The eastern and the northern part of Chester consisted of both heathland and forest. The western side towards the Dee Estuary was marsh and wetland habitats.
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