Elegant Georgian home with curated experiences including foraging, private dining, yoga, saunas and weekly masterclasses in Wales.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Energy Performance Certificate rating A
Eco cleaning products
This fabulous Georgian house has been home to generations of gardener's and artists which is evident in the beautifully curated interior and would be perfect for a large family holiday or a group of friends wanting to get back to nature, but with all the luxury extras!
From the outside the house looks impressive but modest with a refined garden and an elegant vibe. Inside is a gorgeous riot of eclectic style with antique and shabby chic rubbing shoulders with modern pieces, all tied together with bold moments of colour, rugs and curios. Recently refurbished to a very high standard the house can be used to accommodate five people or opened right up to accommodate nine - all on proper, super comfortable beds.
The kitchen is large and bright and comes fully equipped with everything you could need to fix a feast which can be eaten at the large dining table with its pretty mismatched chairs or carried outside and enjoyed alfresco.
The place is full of interesting art, pretty ornaments and nods to its illustrious history. You'd do well to pour a glass of something sparkling and have a wander around.
The bedrooms are beautifully decorated with one king size room with an ensuite, one super-king room which shares an ensuite with a small double, and a family room which has a super-king and two double beds. There's also a bright, colourful, cheerful and inviting family bathroom with a big bath.
The house is part of a bigger project on the grounds called The Good Life Society which offers guests the opportunity to throw themselves back into nature in a fun and exciting way. They offer guided lake swims and foraging expeditions alongside more luxurious extras such as private dining feasts curated by the estate chef, Adam Williams, in extraordinary locations down by the lake.
If you want to get involved there's a lot to choose from in terms of entertainment. As well as the foraging and swimming you can join a yoga group or sign up for one of the Walled Garden School masterclasses which include baking and cooking - in their fabulous outdoor kitchen, growing, photography, wellness and much more. It's all very immersive and relaxing and the events change week to week.
The grounds also house a wood fired sauna and hot tub which you can book in advance and enjoy at your leisure, maybe beneath the stars, with a glass of something delicious.
Hawarden Estate comprises several thousand acres of rolling wood and farmland. Its foundations are ancient, but its outlook is exceptionally modern and it is home to a multi-award winning farm shop where you'll find a deli, bakery, coffee shop, shelves filled with fresh food, and outside, wonderful for the kids, a playground and nature trail!
Wales’s AA Pub of the Year 2019 – The Glynne Arms - is only 10 minutes away, take a stroll down and settle back with a pint and plan your days. They also serve amazing food alongside their fantastic selection of drinks. The estate is just inside North Wales and within 15 minutes of Chester Station. So, despite being very secluded it is in fact extremely easy to get to. If you want to explore further afield, Hawarden is within comfortable travelling distance of Snowdonia, the North Wales coast, Liverpool and Manchester. If fun, fire, retreat and exploration are your thing – with a healthy dose of luxurious dining and soaking under the stars – this is the place.
Low season from £295 per night.
High season from £395 per night.
Peak season from £495 per night.
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