The Chester cottage which inspired John Lennon to write a Beatles classic
An unassuming cottage nestled beside the banks of the River Dee in Chester holds a special Beatles connection to the city famed for its heritage. This charming property, reputedly once a tavern for weary fisherman to gather and enjoy a drink, has the curious name ‘Nowhere’.
It has been the subject of much curiosity and speculation over the years, with people wondering why it came to have such a quirky name. Nowhere sits on the banks of the River Dee in Handbridge, near to the Grosvenor Bridge, and is believed to have formerly been two cottages which were converted into one. Click here to read more.
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