Hawarden is in the perfect location for commuters who work either in the North Wales and Chester area, or in Merseyside. In terms of local amenities, there are plenty, with pubs and restaurants in the village itself, and close by you have the Broughton Retail Park with a whole host of brand name shops, pubs, restaurants and a cinema complex for you to enjoy. The surrounding countryside is beautiful and there is a chance to escape into the wild and unwind in your semi-rural home after a week of work in the town or city.
For adventures just outside of Hawarden, there is the Roman ruins and excellent cultural archives to be found in the walled city of Chester just a short drive away. Here you’ll find a pleasant day out, with walks along the canal, good shopping and restaurants, and plenty of other different activities as well. The North Wales coast and Wirral Peninsular can be reached quite easily, offering plentiful walks and cycle routes for the active types, with Liverpool and Manchester offering big city escapes in an hour or less. Hawarden really is an ideal spot from which to explore the great regions of the North West of England and North Wales.
Hawarden railway station is under a mile from the development, with Chester less than 10 miles away. A frequent bus service runs to both Chester city centre and Mold, with commuters finding joy on the A55 and the vast network of the North West motorways offering easy access to the Wirral, Liverpool, Manchester and the North Wales coastline. For international travel, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 30 miles away and Manchester Airport is 40 miles from Hawarden. There are a number of primary and secondary schools in the area, helped by Chester being so close by in terms of road travel and public transport.