Garden City is a small village located in Deeside, close to the border between Wales and England, having originally been created as housing for workers in the Shotton Steel Works. There are a number of hotels and guesthouses within the village itself, and several more in outlying areas.
When it comes to reasons for visiting Garden City it really is all about location, location, location. Just inside the Welsh border, close to the north of England and within easy reach of major transport links, Garden City hotels, hostels and bed and breakfasts are excellently placed as bases for exploration.
Hotels in Garden City
There are two hotels situated on the B5441, Welsh Road, the main road running through Garden City itself. Anyone staying here is within easy walking distance of the amenities of Garden City, such as a selection of restaurants serving food from around the world, a post office and a library.
Those with access to a car can also take the road east to join the A494 and the then the M56 into England. A hotel close to these transport links offers a gateway to cities like Liverpool and Manchester. Spend the day shopping in two of the UKs most bustling urban centres before returning to the quiet of Garden City in the evening.
Alternatively, a Garden City hotel could offer a convenient and affordable place to stay when taking in one of the cultural or sporting highlights of Manchester or Liverpool. The footballing drama of Anfield or Old Trafford, the hit musicals of the Manchester Opera House and the world famous art of Tate Liverpool are all just a short drive away.
Hotels Across the River Dee
The river Dee runs past Garden City to the south and the opposite bank is within easy walking distance of the centre of town. Cross the River Dee and you’ll find a broader range of accommodation based around Chester Road East and Shotton train station. Hotels, inns and guesthouses offer a wide selection of rooms in the midst of a shopping district. From your hotel it will be really easy to catch a train along the Welsh coast or south into the rural heartland.
Garden City and Chester
Staying in a hotel, apartment or bed and breakfast in Garden City will mean that you’re just a short trip along the A548 away from the centre of Chester. This picturesque walled city offers historical attractions from the medieval and Roman eras, as well as a host of boutique shops, top flight restaurants and Chester Racecourse. Visitors flock there from all over the world, but staying in a Garden City hotel will let you enjoy Chester whilst avoiding the crowds and probably saving some money.
Booking a Garden City Hotel
Finding a hotel or guesthouse in Garden City will mean staying in a strategically placed location which will allow you to make the most of a host of places such as Liverpool, Prestatyn and Chester. Find the right hotel and you’ll be able to have fun exploring all day, and return to somewhere quiet and relaxing every night.