Nestled between the beautiful banks of the River Elwy and River Clwyd, surrounded by scenic North Wales countryside and a stone’s throw from the historic cathedral city of St Asaph, you will find the beautiful new homes of Maes yr Haul. Bursting with historical significance, St Asaph dates back to AD560 and home to the impressive St Asaph Cathedral – reputed to be the smallest ancient Cathedral in Britain. Surrounded by spectacular views of the Vale of Clwyd, St Asaph is only a short drive from the busy coastal towns of Rhyl, Prestatyn, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and the vibrant city of Chester is only forty minutes away by car.
Ensuring your children get a great education is key. Luckily there are plenty of brilliant schools nearby. Primary schools near Maes yr Haul include St Asaph V P Infant School, Esgob Morgan Primary School, Fairholme Preparatory School and Cefn Meiriadog County Primary School. For a good high school education, Ysgol Glan Clwyd is only a short distance away. If you’re interested in further education, find your future at Wrexham Glyndwr University.
St Asaph provides great transport links — sited on the A55 — making it an ideal location for commuting to North East Wales on the one side or Chester and the North West of England on the other. Just a short drive to Rhyl or Prestatyn and you will find great rail networks to South Wales, Chester, Warrington, Manchester, Birmingham, and London.
Foodie fanatics will revel in St Asaph. Home to cute coffee shops such as Jacobs Ladder or cosy pubs serving up mouth-watering delights at the The White House, there's something for every taste. A short drive to Rhuddlan and you will find a bustling street of bars and restaurants, whilst the spectacular beachfront 1891 Restaurant and Bar in Rhyl offers home cooked, high quality and locally sourced food — perfect before enjoying a show at Rhyl Pavilion Theatre.
As a small, family-friendly city, St Asaph offers residents a real community feel. There are plenty of social activities around St Asaph including football, and cricket clubs. You won’t struggle to entertain your children either with Rhyl on your doorstep, offering Rhyl SeaQuarium, Knightley’s Fun Park and endless fun on the stunning beach. With the whole of North Wales coastline on your doorstep, there’s plenty of opportunities to explore the beautiful seaside towns of Conwy and its magnificent castle or enjoying delicious ice cream at Colwyn Bay or Llandudno whilst overlooking the deep blues of the Irish Sea.