In a tranquil setting at the gateway to Wales, and overlooking the Cheshire plain, this picturesque village offers an ideal centre from which to explore the magnificent mountains, forest and sandy coastline of North Wales and the ancient city of Chester whose Roman heritage, walls and amphitheatre together with its famous rows, offer a fascinating insight into the past.
In Hawarden there is no lack of things to do. For the walker, trails can be explored taking in the neighbouring villages of Mancot, Aston and Ewloe and leading variously along grassy paths, past land once resonant with the sound of industry, through wooded countryside.
For sporting and theatrical entertainment facilities are at hand. For the golfing enthusiast, there is a selection of courses and evening entertainment is provided at the splendid Theatr Clwyd in Mold, which together with various local cinemas offer a variety of exciting programmes. Similarly, Chester Zoo will provide an enjoyable experience for children and adults alike.