Let us share Chester's best kept secrets with you

There are plenty of exciting places to hang out and cool things to see across the city.

We've broken up your university city into bite-sized chunks to give you a flavour of the adventures that lie right on your doorstep

Chester's History

The beautiful Roman city of Chester (originally known as Deva) is a historically unique area of the United Kingdom. You can see the remnants of this period in the wonderful sandstone walls surrounding the city, as well as the largest known military amphitheatre recently restored in the centre of town.

As you move across the city, you'll notice enormous diversity in the striking architecture. Whilst many of the medieval structures still stand including the amazing ruins of St John's church, there are also the picturesque wattle and daub Tudor buildings peppered across the city centre.

The majority of the Chester Student Lets houses are converted Victorian properties, many with large bay windows and high ceilings. Where it's possible to do so, we try to keep some of these distinctive features in the properties, so keep your eyes peeled for original Victorian tiles and staircases.

There are hundreds of hidden treasures to be explored across the city, take a look below at Cool Places To Go.

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Discount/Offers

We've partnered with businesses across the city so that our CSL fully managed students can get treats, discounts and special offers.

No need for a student discount card, all you'll need to do is show your CSL keyfob! 

Keep checking back for more info.

If you're a business that would like to partner and offer our fully managed tenants a special perk, please drop us a line.

Cool Places To Go

After scouring the city and local area for its best-kept secrets, we're going to share them with you. Keep checking back, as we'll be adding to this list as we find more fun stuff for you to spend your well-earned days off from studying. 

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