Westminster Stone’s Chester Paving Display at The Grosvenor Garden Centre is the perfect location to preview flagstones & paving in the Chester and Wirral area. Part of the Blue Diamond Group, The Grosvenor is a destination centre aiming to bring you a wide range of quality products all year round. With an extensive range of furniture, an extensive plant departments, a huge range of home and garden products and not forgetting a lovely cafe with delicious food!

If you are in the area or are planning to visit from further afield, we have created a comprehensive guide with places to stay, places to eat and great attractions for the whole family to enjoy.

How to Find us

Our display is outside The Grosvenor Garden Centre located on the outskirts of Chester and Wrexham and is easily accessible from the motorway networks and major routes. It is unmanned but visitors are welcome to wander through the displays and use our new TouchScreen technology to browse the full collection with a ‘quick quote’ feature. To view more extensive displays and speak to one of our expert advisors, please visit our Head Office located only 30 minutes away. Paving products on display, include modern and traditional flagstones, cobbles, porcelain tiles and our National Trust Paving Collection, with over 50 products on display - you won't be short on choice!

Grosvenor Garden Centre,
Wrexham Road,
Chester,
CH4 9EB

T: 01978 710 000

Open 5 Days 9am to 6pm Monday to Saturday | 10.30am to 4.30pm Sunday

Top 5 Places to Eat in Chester

The Café at Grosvenor

Freshly made sandwiches, ciabattas and paninis are available all day.  With a selection of homemade savouries, quiche and sausage rolls, Jacket potatoes with a variety of fillings and a choice of fresh soup available daily. A perfect place to refuel after a meander around the garden centre.

Palm Court Restaurant - Grosvernor Pulford

Located at the Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa, Palm Court is a unique restaurant and bar in Cheshire, serving the finest British and European cuisine in magnificent surroundings.  creative menus are crafted to deliver refined seasonal dishes from day to night, using the best ingredients of fine local provenance, and served with exceptional attention to detail.

Wild Goose

Wild Goose Lakeside Bar & Restaurant is set in 100 acres of beautiful parkland and lakes on the fringe of Chester, serving locally seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Expect a traditional English menu with an international twist.

1539 Restaurant & Bar

Chester Racecourse’s statement on-course eatery, offering quality food and service all year round. The unique positioning of 1539 offers a sought-after panoramic view of the world’s oldest racecourse as a backdrop to your dining experience. With an AA Rosette, Enjoy a varied menu offering twists on British classics and dishes inspired by flavours from across the globe.

The Grosvenor Arms

A charming pub with well-spaced rooms and a great outside terrace with a very pleasing garden. Menus have their roots in modern British cooking, with a hint of the more exotic about them. They change often to reflect the seasons and are supported by a well-balanced wine list offering a good quality but affordable range and a well-stocked bar of local ales and interesting spirits.

Things to do in Chester

Why not tie in a visit to us with a fantastic day out in the local area. With the Ancient City of Chester just a stone's throw away, there is plenty of culture, shopping and entertainment for the whole family.

Visit the Ancient City of Chester

The ancient and beautiful city of Chester is under 40 minutes away and is steeped in history. Walk where Romans marched to war, Viking raiders caused havoc and Norman invaders conquered Anglo Saxons! There is plenty to see and do here including a visit to the largest Roman amphitheatre, a 1000yr old cathedral, 700yr old rows filled with stunning shops, bars and eateries, the oldest racecourse, the most complete city walls and much more!

Chester Zoo

The most visited zoo in the UK and a conservation and education charity committed to preventing extinction. Chester Zoo has over 20,000 animals across 128 acres. A fantastic day out for every age group.

Spa By Kasia

After a busy morning shopping, why not retreat to a beautiful spa. Spa by Kasia is a luxurious health, beauty and wellbeing oasis nestled within Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and Spa near Chester. Discover indulgent treatments, unique relaxation spaces including an Asian Sensory Garden, and top-class leisure facilities.

Outpost Paintball

Outpost Paintball is a unique paintball experience located between Chester and Wrexham at Lower Kinnerton in the county of Flintshire, right on the North Wales and Cheshire Border for ages 11 and over (8 and over for low impact). Based in a Cold War Anti Aircraft Artillery installation built to protect Chester, Wrexham, Wirral and Liverpool from attack by nuclear bombers. 

National Trust | Tatton Park

A must-visit historical estate with a neo-classical mansion, find 50 acres of landscaped gardens, 1000 acres of deer park, a rare breed farm and a hidden medieval Old Hall. Tatton Park was the inspiration for our Tatton Cobbles, part of the Country House range Inspired by the grandeur and formality of the nation’s fine stately homes.

formal gardens featuring manicured green lawns, topiary trees and flowerbeds front. o the back is a grey stone neo classical mansion with 4 large pillars at the front end. Blue sky top.

Breakout Chester

Breakout is a real-life escape room game. Using common-sense + brain power you have 60 minutes to escape a locked room. If you are looking for a unique and fun activity then this is for you. Teams of 2 - 5 friends, family, co - workers or puzzle enthusiasts can attempt to escape.

Cheshire Military Museum

The Cheshire Military Museum, tells the story of the Cheshire Soldiers from the 17th Century right through to the present day. Follow the exploits of the Regiments of Cheshire and their travels across the world during many great battles. Learn about the wars they fought, experience life in the trenches for a World War One soldier, and immerse yourself in the history of the soldiers.

Roman Tours

Once England’s largest Roman fortification, Chester still bears evidence of that ancient heritage today. Discover the city’s most important Roman–era landmarks, and explore in the company of a costumed gladiator. Pick between two daily tour times, and set off on foot. You’ll discover the Chester Roman Amphitheatre, the Chester Roman Gardens, will stroll its city walls, and will learn entertaining stories about its history as you go.

Places to Stay in Chester

There's a plethora of lovely places to stay in the area, from B&Bs to hotels to lodges, cottages. and manor houses. Here are a few of our favourites to suit every taste and pocket.

DoubleTree by Hilton

Surrounded by 12 acres of landscaped grounds, this hotel is an 18th century manor house, three miles from the heart of historic Chester. A seven-minute drive from Chester Zoo, and 15 minutes from the racecourse. Enjoy a walk round the walled gardens, take a time out in the spa, and stop by the Garden Room & Terrace Restaurant.

The Mill

The Mill is part of the rich history, the fabric and the personality of Chester. Offering comfy rooms and a stunning spa to unwind in, in a really central location.

Premier Inn

With great rates, tasty food and a comfy bed, Chester Premier Inn is a good all-rounder. Located near Chester railway.

Brookside Hotel

Traditional lodging with free WiFi, breakfast and parking, plus on-site dining and a clubby lounge. A friendly hotel that's cosy and comforting in a great location.