Oddfellows, the 18-bedroom boutique hotel operated by the Chester Grosvenor, has launched a second batch of apartments.
Located in a courtyard close to the River Dee in the centre of Chester, the five new apartments join five original apartments which opened last year and have been well-received by guests looking for communal living space and a kitchen.
While the original apartments were created by interior designer Louise James, the new properties have been designed by the hotel manager of Oddfellows Sarah Dougherty.
"We used the same inspiration as before: the idea of historical travelling adventures," she said. "This was dreamt up from the entrance to the courtyard, which is through an arch designed for carriages.
"Each of the five apartments will have a distinct feel to them, much in the same way that every bedroom at Oddfellows is different."
At the end of last year Oddfellows announced that it was going to open a second hotel - the 23-bedroom Oddfellows On The Park - in Bruntwood Park in Cheadle, near Manchester.
The apartment rates start from £175 per night.