Hoole Hall Hotel  Chester

Hilton

The Georgian mansion with its Victorian conservatory had been unoccupied and neglected for several years.  Decay and vandalism had caused extensive damage and plasterwork, doors and windows had to be replaced to exactly match the originals.  The conservatory was of glazed timber with an iron frame.  The timber was reproduced and the original window opening gear which was intact was brought back to full working order. 

The stable block was in an advanced state of decay and parts of the roof had collapsed, taking with it much of the fine brickwork eaves and dentil courses.  With guidance from old photographs and the re-use of the original bricks reclaimed from the debris, the stable block was reconstructed and is now used as function rooms.