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Walking around Chester you will encounter many architectural styles and probably the most common or in my case the style that sticks in my mind is a building such as Stanley Palace,it looks so eye catching ,its Tudor style architecture is much imitated in this...More
Most beautiful buildings, which, when you look carefully, are really from the Elizabethan period. It's a shame that they now look a little neglected, rather dirty and with dusty windows. They really need to be cared for more. It is nice to see the detail...More
Walk down Watergate Street to the main road, cross over and Stanley Place is the next building you come to. It’s a magnificent Tudor timber black and white mansion, you can even hire it out.
Inside is very quaint and quirky with a restaurant
We happened to pass Stanley Palace early one evening when a function was about to begin so we just walked in for a stickybeak before we were politely but firmly ushered out. It is absolutely magnificent, no other word does this historic building justice. It...More
I've hired this building twice for Tudor themed evenings and it's the most perfect location. Beautiful inside which gives a great ambiance for a party. We cooked Tudor style food and hired a band and dance caller for an unusual night out.
One of many buildings in Chester to take a photograph of and then move on, was disappointed that the information plaque outside said "open to the public 1000 to 1200 noon" but in fact it was closed with no sign of anyone around.