Hawarden 2 miles.
This superb end-terrace barn conversion is situated close to the village of Hawarden, within easy reach of the historic city of Chester.
With modern furnishings throughout and laminate flooring on the ground floor, you enter the property into a hallway with cloakroom off it and then into a cosy sitting room with comfy sofas and open-tread stairs to the first floor.
From here are double doors to a modern kitchen with laminate work surfaces and a double oven and then through another set of double doors is the light and airy conservatory with dining area and doors to the garden.
On the first floor is a shower room with rainfall shower and two of the three bedrooms – a double and a single day bed, with a further staircase that directly opens to a delightful low-level super king-size double room.
Outside is a pleasant lawned garden with a few steps to a decked area with table and chairs, a great place to relax in the evening with a cold drink in hand.
The former Saxon village of Hawarden has a selection of shops, pubs and cafes, along with a 13th century roundhouse ruin and an 18th century manor.
Just seven miles away is Chester, which has something for everyone including the Roman walls, shopping rows, cathedral, River Dee and racecourse, as well as a famous zoo.
Travelling the other way will take you to seaside resorts on the North Wales coast, and you may wish to venture further afield and explore the wonderful Snowdonia National Park.
An excellent base for visiting the area.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor low level super king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single day bed. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 3). Conservatory with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Mold 2 miles; Chester 7 miles.
The former Saxon settlement of Hawarden sits on the Anglo-Welsh border, just seven miles west of Chester, and is steeped in history. Home to three castles, including a 13th century roundhouse ruin, as well as an 18th century manor, where part of the grounds are available to the public to enjoy with a pretty walk through Bilberry Wood. A third romantic keep can be seen at nearby Ewloe, hidden amongst the trees in the attractive estate of St David’s Park, and is well worth as visit. During the 19th century Hawarden was a thriving market town and many traces of its history can still be seen in the architecture along the main street, which today offers a selection of amenities including cafes and pubs. Hawarden Airport is in nearby Broughton, home of Airbus, where you can sometimes see the mighty Beluga aircraft taking off across the Cheshire Plain. With excellent access to Chester and the North Wales coast, Hawarden is an ideal base for exploring the many delights on offer in the region.