Looking just outside of Hawarden, there are Roman ruins and various other notable features to be found in the historic city of Chester, which is a short drive away. You’ll enjoy many a pleasant day out here, with canal walks, extensive shopping opportunities and various high quality restaurants, as well as many other great activities. The coastlines of North Wales and the Wirral Peninsula are within a short journey, providing beautiful settings for walks or cycle routes for active folk, with Liverpool and Manchester offering big city experiences in under an hour’s journey. Hawarden is a great place from which to explore North West England and North Wales.
The development is less than a mile from Hawarden train station, with Chester station less than 10 miles away with its various links to other major stations. Regular bus services can take you to both Chester city centre and to Mold, with road links via the A55 to a vast network of North West motorways giving access to the Wirral, Liverpool, Manchester and the rest of North Wales. For more international travel opportunities, the Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 30 miles away, with Manchester Airport around 40 miles from Hawarden. There are several quality primary and secondary schools in the area, helped by the area’s proximity to Chester.