Chester Grosvenor Hotel & the Eastgate Clock

Chester Grosvenor
Chester Grosvenor, Eastgate

Chester Grosvenor Hotel

Visitors to Chester will instantly recognise this iconic view of The Chester Grosvenor Hotel and the Eastgate Clock, a new painting by Julie Colclough.

This atmospheric painting is currently on display in one of the fabulous Christmas windows in the Grosvenor Hotel. Look closely and you will see one of the wonderful hotel doormen captured in paint.

  • Original painting £800 including framing by our bespoke framers

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The 5 star Chester Grosvenor has been in the heart of the city since 1865 and overlooks the famous Eastgate Clock which is said to be the most photographed clock in England after Big Ben. The hotel is just minutes from our gallery and we highly recommend their Arkle and Brasserie restaurants.

The Eastgate Clock sits on the walls which are the oldest, longest and most complete Roman walls in Britain, parts of which are almost 2000 years old.

Planning your next trip to Chester? See Kayak’s Chester Travel Guide.

We are the only city in Britain that retains the full circuit of its ancient walls. Walking the walls gives wonderful views of the city, Chester cathedral, the River Dee, the racecourse and castle. The Walls are about two miles long and were first built by the Romans nearly 2000 years ago before being extended in the 10th century. During the 12th century, the Normans rebuilt and extended the Walls so for the first time since the Romans, they made a complete circuit around Chester. As city centre residents we use them daily for picturesque walks around our inspiring city.

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More paintings from our ‘Chester Collection’:
Chester Cathedral
Chester Cathedral
59 Watergate Row South, Chester
Julie Colclough Gallery, 59 Watergate Row South, Chester
Eastgate Clock, Chester
Eastgate Clock, Chester
Chester Eastgate Clock on city walls
Chester Eastgate Clock