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“A little gem - a perfect weekend!”
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The Coach House
Ranked #2 of 2 Hawarden B&B and Inns
Reviewed 11 April 2013

We booked the whole of the Coach House (self catering) for a girls weekend away and it was perfect.

Beautifully finished and furnished and equipped with everything you could possibly want. The bedrooms are so cosy but stylish at the same time and the bathroom with the roll top bath is just gorgeous.

The owner - Clare - couldn't have been more accommodating. She told us about the great places to go in Hawarden.

The perfect spot to explore Chester, we booked a minibus into town for 8 of us and it was only £24.

Would highly recommend. Great value for money.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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Thank Charissa C
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Clare R, Owner at The Coach House, responded to this reviewResponded 16 April 2013

Many thanks for your review. So glad you had an enjoyable stay and a catch up with your friends. Hope you visit us again.

Kind regards, Clare

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Reviewed 23 December 2012

Having booked The Coach House 4 days before I was due to stay on a two day business trip, all was confirmed in writing. At 9.55pm the day before my stay, I had a text saying that they had double booked and that I would have to go elsewhere!!!! Really inconvenient when I had a 5am start the next morning for a full day of travel/meetings. Having to book other accommodation was totally inconvenient.
Why on earth do people do this? It is totally unacceptable and no way to run a business.
Having said all that, The Coach House looks good, just make sure they haven't double booked.
I did stay at Gladstone's Library in the end, £39 for Dinner, Bed and Breakfast - fantastic value, basic, but very acceptable.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled on business
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3  Thank janirog01
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Reviewed 28 August 2012

We have just returned from a two night stay in this little gorgeous little ''gem'' (words used by previous trippers that i could not resist in reiterating). We stayed in the cottage which is a perfect home from home with the extra luxury of a magnificent roll top bath!! Three lovely bedrooms, living room, kitchen with all mod cons, obviously a great deal of thought has gone into the layout, outstanding. Perfectly clean with some lovely little touches my partner and our three girls fell in love with... we really didn't want to leave. The owner Claire is more than helpful and made us very welcome.. don't worry about a thing, this place is the bees-an-ees as far as we are concerned and there is no doubt we will return. Set in a beautiful village with the Gladstone Library two minutes walk away which is well worth visiting, all five of us were in awe at the history and amazing feeling we got in the stunning building. We ate in two of the pubs in the village The Glynne Arms and The Fox & Grapes, both delicious, all five of us were more than happy. 15 minute drive to Chester Zoo which was a wonderful day. All in all a little treasure of a place!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank lizzyloo1967
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Reviewed 8 January 2011

We stayed at in The Coach House at the beginning of December for Christmas shopping at Cheshire Oaks and to visit friends nearby. I found The Coach House on the net and we really weren't looking for anything other than a bed for the night.
Having travelled over from Leeds we were delayed shopping and arrived nearly 2 hrs later than the check-in time we have specified. There was no problem at all. On arrival we were made to feel very welcome and we were throughly showed round the extensive accommodation. We were lucky that we had exclusive use of the communal areas. Essentially there are 3 rooms in the annex with a spiral staircase into the lounge with a separate large kitchen.
Everything is very tastefully & beautifully decorated thoughout. it is also immaculately clean with a well stocked kitchen for a self prepared breakfast. It was very quiet, very comfortable and we almost wished we could have stayed in the cosy lounge on the large leather sofas with Sky TV and cups of tea rather than go out!
I genuninely had no complaints at all. We will definitely be staying here again when we are in the area and we have already recomended The Coach House to our friends we were visiting.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Trx
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Reviewed 25 July 2010

If your sat reading these reviews wondering weather or not to book it , don't waste any more time, just do it. Wonderful accommodation, wonderful hosts, you won't be sorry.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank lesandkayday
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Reviewed 18 July 2010

My daughter and I stayed here for one night. Lovely accommodation in the heart of the village. Our room was very tastefully furnished but a bit cramped due to the attic celings. One item missing from the room - a mirror. The owner is friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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1  Thank mocarrollBelfast
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Reviewed 19 June 2010

All I want to say is wow! My husband and I have just come back from The Coach House after staying there for a week and we are already missing our 'home'! We were in the area for my husband's work training so while he was working I spent my days relaxing in the house and exploring the nearby area. The Coach House is attached to Claire & John's family home and has 3 double bedrooms, one with an ensuite, a large bathroom with a double shower and a massive claw footed bath tub, a very relaxing lounge with a library and tv with a full sky package and a fully equipped kitchen. It also has an outside dining area and free internet access. Claire provides food in the fridge and cupboards for a continental breakfast and you just help yourself when you're hungry. Breakfast foods/drinks provided are White & Brown Bread, Croissants, Butter & Jam, Yoghurts, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice, Milk, Tea, Coffee, Sugar and Biscuits :-) Lovely!! We spent the first couple of nights in the largest room with the ensuite and the last 3 nights in the smallest double room...we had booked the smallest room but as Claire didn't have anyone staying in the biggest room until our 3rd night she kindly let us stay in there. Both rooms were very comfortable and we decided that rather than using the shower in the ensuite we would use the bath as it was so relaxing and big enough for 2! Overall the house is relaxing, very clean, light and airy and the decor is traditional with a modern twist.
The village of Hawarden where the house is has a variety of amenities including a Brasserie, 2 Pubs, a Cafe, an Antique Homeware shop, a Chocolate and Ice Cream shop, a Grocery shop with a Post Office attached and down the road is a Farm Shop with lots of goodies. Hawarden also has a historical library with a cafe and a large country walk with ruins of the old Hawarden Castle. The village is also very close to an outlet centre with a Tesco superstore and shops like Next, BHS, WH Smith, Topshop, Thomas Cook, Asda Homeware and ideal for exploring places like Chester, Liverpool, Llandauno. Would love to come back here with my family and hire out the whole of the Coach House for a week.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about The Coach House

Address: 28 The Highway, Hawarden CH5 3DH, Wales
Region: United Kingdom > Wales > North Wales > Flintshire > Hawarden
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Hawarden
Price Range: £49 - £70 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Coach House is situated in the heart of the historical village of Hawarden , which is only 7 miles (15 minutes) from Chester City centre. There are three double bedrooms. All are located on the first floor via a spiral staircase. One bedroom has an en-suite shower room whilst the other two share a luxury bathroom with roll top Victorian bath and large power shower. All rooms are furnished to a very high standard and all of them offer colour TV/Freeview, hairdryer. Guests also have use of their own private kitchen area. ... more   less 
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The Coach House Hawarden, Flintshire

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