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Earl's Eye of the River Dee in Chester | Earl's Eye of the River Dee, Christleton, Chester, England
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A beautiful space

Pros: -Free entry. -Within walking distance of Chester city centre - I usually take the ferry... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
jonotennis
Fab walk

Lovely to walk along with dogs for a good run by the river. Peaceful,and beautiful views of the... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
L0uanne
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Hereford, United Kingdom
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Earl's Eye of the River Dee in Chester | Earl's Eye of the River Dee, Christleton, Chester, England
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

Pros: -Free entry. -Within walking distance of Chester city centre - I usually take the ferry across the River Dee from Sandy Lane car park to The Meadows, then walk over Suspension Bridge into Grosvenor Park, then into the city centre. -Paved sections -Good for...More

1  Thank jonotennis
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Lovely to walk along with dogs for a good run by the river. Peaceful,and beautiful views of the lovely houses the other side and wildlifeon the river, relaxing

Thank L0uanne
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This ais a great place for a sunny walk or even an evening stroll for something to do in Chester. Views of the ce houses across the river and spots to sit down and enjoy self with food

1  Thank amylouisereid
Reviewed 20 January 2017

We just love walking along Chester's Meadows and the River Dee. We used the Meadows as part of our school cross country route way back in the 70's and I'm still regularly walking along the Meadows today. There is always plenty of wildlife to see,...More

Thank Kevin H
Reviewed 1 November 2016 via mobile

The meadows walk is accessed on the south side of the suspension bridge from the Groves continue due east to the Earls Eye where the River Dee flows from the south. Today's walk was sublime beautiful Autumn colours and a free walk as far as...More

Thank spena
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

Love a walk on the meadows with husband and daughter, can walk as far or near as you like and enjoy the fresh air, views of river houses and the dee for free! We quite offen bring a throw away barbie (and ensure its out,and...More

Thank lizaanddilly
Reviewed 2 September 2016

I walk my dog on here daily. It is such a beautiful place. Its quiet, scenic and everybody who uses it keeps it clean litter free. A definate for a romantic walk.

Thank katiedidx
Reviewed 27 August 2016

wide open green spaces, fantastic views of the river and the city. NOT a short cut to anywhere though! but great to roam around.

1  Thank Debbie S
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Originally known as the Earl's Eyes (islands) in an Elizabethan sale document held at the National Archives, this floodland was given to the city in perpetuity by Mr Brown of Brown's of Chester. Here you can leave the hustle and bustle of the city and...More

2  Thank Gordon E
Reviewed 12 June 2016

Great views of Chester and along the river plenty of places for picnics and walks and wildlife spans for 3 to 4 miles

2  Thank sophie742
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