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Address: 28 The Highway, Ewloe, CH5 3DH

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A well-appointed 4-bedroom house in North Wales, The Coachhouse is less than 20 minutes’ drive from Chester city centre. In the Flintshire village of Hawarden, it offers free parking and WiFi and can accommodate up to 10 guests. The house includes 2 double bedrooms and a single bedroom, as well as a family suite sleeping 4 and a sofa-bed in the living room. One of the double bedrooms has en suite facilities, and the main bathroom includes a Victorian-style roll-top bath and power shower. A modern kitchen has an oven, hob, fridge freezer and dishwasher, and there is a utility room with laundry facilities. The living room is furnished with leather sofas and has a flat-screen TV and DVD player with satellite channels. Hawarden lies close to the England/Wales border, around 6 miles from the town of Mold, home of the Clywd Theatr. Chester’s medieval centre is around 9 miles away, with Chester Cathedral and The Rows among its many attractions.

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Hawarden Golf Club - Deeside - Golf

Hawarden Golf Club - Deeside - Golf

Distance 0.3 miles (0.49 km)
Close to the borders of the English County of Cheshire nestles the Hawarden Golf Club. An undulating 18 hole par 69 parkland course set in mature meadowland offering a challenge to golfers of all abilities. The perfect venue for that Society golf break just 6 miles from Chester. Playing golf at Hawarden is an ideal location for golfers who may wish to include some nightlife in Chester after a satisfying days golf. Visitors are welcome from Sunday to Friday by prior arrangement with the Professional. Hawarden Golf Club has undergone a recent clubhouse refurbishment and offers golfers a comfortable respite after a game of golf.

Airbus UK Football Club - Football Club

Airbus UK Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.18 miles (3.49 km)
Formed in 1946 the works team of the Aerospace giant have been variously known as de Havilands, Hawker Siddeley, British Aerospace and BAE Systems. In keeping with the variety of names, Airbus have competed both in England - in the Chester & District League - and Wales as befits as club located close to the border town of Chester. In 1992 the Welsh National League (Wrexham area) Second Division title was won after a remarkable season which culminated in 28 wins from 34 matches, 130 goals scored and a 19 point margin over second placed Gresford Athletic reserves. Following four seasons in the First Division a runners up place to Wrexham colts in 1996 resulted in promotion to the Premier Division.

Connahs Quay Nomads Football Club - Football Club

Connahs Quay Nomads Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.45 miles (5.52 km)
Nickname: The Westenders,The new Deeside Stadium is about a mile West of the old ground, that is in the direction of Flint on the same road. That road originates in Queensferry through Connahs Quay. It is signposted on the left if travelling from Connahs Quay. The Stadium is on the site of Kelserton College, there is reasonable parking and bar/social club on the site. In 1994 under the guidance of new manager Neville Powell, The Nomads won the NWCFA Cup for the first time. In 1996 the League Cup was won, arguably the most prestigous trophy in the club's fifty years, two years later in 1998 another milestone was a first ever Welsh Cup Final, runners up to Bangor City. In 2002-03 The Nomads finished in 5th place, their highest placing to date.

Chester City Football Club - Football Club

Chester City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.41 miles (7.06 km)
The ground was opened in 1992. All four sides are covered and are roughly the same height, making the stadium look quite tidy. Each stand has perspex windshields to each side, whilst the corners of the ground are open. The stadium is a small, fairly simple affair with two sides being seated and the two ends being terrace. The East Stand is slightly taller than the facing West Stand, having a few more rows of seating and some enclosed glassed viewing areas at the back of it. The stadium is completed with a set of four thin modern floodlight pylons. One interesting fact about the ground is that most of it (apart from half the East Stand and the club offices) is in actually situated in Wales.