About The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa; Situated within its own beautifully landscaped grounds the hotel is ideally located just a five minute drive from Chester’s historic city centre, yet a stone’s throw from the border of Wales. Privately owned, this four star hotel offers 73 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, while two restaurants provide guests with a choice of dining. Ciro’s Brasserie is a magnificent Mediterranean themed restaurant specialising in modern European cuisine cooked using fresh, seasonal, local produce awarded for its quality with an AA Rosette, while Nelson’s Bar, the hotel’s gastro-pub offers traditional ales and a wide selection of bar meals.
Within the hotel is also Spa by Kasia, the North West’s most exclusive and opulent award winning spa. This luxury retreat offers 6 indulgent treatment suites, 3 relaxation rooms, a couple’s VIP suite, traditional Hamman, Roman style swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, gymnasium, outdoor tennis court, Spa Boutique, Spa Eatery, and the unique and stunning Asian Sensory Garden. There is also a golf course adjacent to the hotel with several other courses in the area.
The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa is of course family friendly and also a dog friendly hotel.
The hotel offers ample free parking and complimentary internet access throughout and is easily accessible from the motorway network A55, M53, M56 and M6, and the international airports of Manchester and Liverpool.
The origins of the hotel date back to the eighteenth century when John Leigh of The Inn of the Sign of the Talbot, on the border of England and Wales, was granted a licence to sell ale in 1768. It was both a hotel and a working farm and was renamed The Grosvenor Arms in 1874, which coincided with the Marquis of Westminster becoming Duke. The Talbot hunting dogs are included in The Grosvenor Coat of Arms which were incorporated into a crest over the entrance to the hotel when it was refurbished in 1897. The present appearance of the old building dates back to this time. Between 1897 and 1994 there were many different owners including the Duke of Westminster (the Grosvenor Estate owned the property between 1814 -1919). The Nelson Family took over The Grosvenor Arms in June of 1994 and over the years have put in much time, effort and investment to transform it into the thriving 4 star hotel that it is today. Under the ownership of the Nelson family the hotel, renamed The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, saw a major development in 2000 to include the addition of a further 26 bedrooms and full leisure facilities. In May 2003 came the stunning Mediterranean themed restaurant, Ciro’s Brasserie and following a large development the luxury Spa by Kasia launched in September 2007 when the hotel was appropriately renamed Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa.