Crichton House, a Grade 2 listed building in the heart of historic Chester
Crichton House is a grade 2 listed building benefiting from a regency makeover in the late 1700s. It is situated on the site of a much older building which dates back to Chester's Roman period.
The stair case, one of the charming features of Crichton House is from 1704. It was originally the Chester residence of an 18th century doctor and is situated next door to Booth's Mansion, the seat of Richard Booth, former Mayor of Chester.
Our Original panelled salon rooms situated in the heart of the historical centre of Chester, on the medieval rows of Watergate Street.
One of the most important features of the property is the beautiful Queen Anne ear staircase that leads onto the first floor where we welcome guests.