Nursing Home in Heswall

At Hazelwell, we strive to ensure residents have access to everything they need to live a rich and fulfilled life as well as receive the care that’s right for them. We believe our residents deserve high-quality care and opportunities to live a varied lifestyle that is entirely suited to them, which is why we go above and beyond to deliver exemplary comprehensive care. 

Thanks to our around-the-clock care and extensive facilities, our wellbeing coordinators can guarantee to support the physical, mental, and emotional needs of our residents. We are proud to offer residents a home where they are well-cared for, valued, and encouraged to make the most of every day.

Our Nursing Home in Heswall is proud to offer Residential, Dementia, Nursing, and Respite Care.

Things to do in the local area

Wirral, or The Wirral Penisula as it’s sometimes referred is located in between North Wales and Liverpool and has a great deal to offer. This beautiful part of the world overlooks the stunning Welsh hillsides and slopes, as well as both the River Dee and the River Mersey. From cosy, traditional pubs to breathtaking lengthy walking trails, Wirral is seen as an ambler’s paradise and a wonderful place to visit.

Liverpool

Liverpool is packed with exciting adventures, including museums, galleries, theatres, shops, beaches and parks. Whether you’re a first-time visitor, or have been countless times, we always recommend the Mersey Ferries; touring the city this way gives you access to the best views of the Liverpool Waterfront during a 50-minute River Explorer Cruise. As their website explains, “All you need to do is sit back, relax and take in the views. You’ll be captivated as the rich and fascinating history of our world-famous waterfront unfolds before you”.

No Beatles fan can leave Liverpool unturned. From open-top Beatles Bus tours to drinking at The Cavern to staying at The Hard Days Night Hotel, Liverpool is the only place you can discover the truly remarkable story of the boys who were to become the world’s best known musicians.

For outdoor adventures, we recommend Calderstones Park which is a stunning 94 acre family park in South Liverpool and is home to a woodland, a lake, fields, beautiful Japanese & old English gardens. It’s home to ancient megaliths that are said to be older than Stonehenge, this is in fact what the park is named after. Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton, Birkenhead Park is acknowledged as the first publicly funded park in the world having first opened in 1847 and influened the design of New York’s Central Park. 

Old and young alike will love Liverpool city region; it’s a great destination for a family break. From a visit to World Museum reveals millions of years of the Earth’s history through thousands of exhibits and hands-on activities to getting up close and personal with animals at Knowsley Safari, Liverpool has so much to offer a wide variety of visitors.

Manchester

Whether you’re seeking culture, nightlife, history, or just good fun, there are plenty of things to do in Manchester. This major city is renowned for its entertainment, with a plethora of cinemas, theatre and legendary clubs for great night-time amusement. For more cultural discoveries, visitors can be absorbed by the beautiful attractions such as the gothic architecture at John Rylands Library and Manchester Cathedral; take in fine art at Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth and discover history, old and new, at Manchester Museum and the Imperial War Museum North.

Football fans should make some time to make a tour of the grounds of Manchester United and Manchester City, and discover the social history of the beautiful game at the National Football Museum.

The Coronation Street The Tour offers a guided tour which takes in Coronation Street, Rosamund Street and Victoria Street. Stepping on to the largest working television LOT in the country, fans will become immersed in the familiar surroundings of the Rovers Return, Roys Rolls, Underworld and The Kabin as they follow in the footsteps of their favourite characters down those Coronation Street cobbles.

High Force Waterfall is one of the most impressive waterfalls in England. Situated within the beautiful Upper Teesdale countryside in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this attraction is a must-see when visiting Manchster.

From visiting Manchester Opera House to the AO Arena to shopping at The Trafford Centre, Manchester really does have something for everyone. 

Stoke-on-Trent

The city of six towns, Stoke-on-Trent (affectionately nicknamed The Potteries), is home to a wealth of world-class visitor attractions, award-winning museums, exceptional gardens, five Victorian parks and the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure ever to be found.

The pottery lover’s mecca, over 1.3 million Emma Bridgwater pieces are produced at the designer’s Stoke-on-Trent based factory every year. Here, visitors can take an award-winning tour, visit the heavily discounted shop and have a go at producing their own earthenware masterpiece.

For an outdoor activity, we recommend a trip to Trentham Gardens. Comprising of 725 acres of land set within a glorious stretch of North Staffordshire countryside on the southern fringe of Stoke-on-Trent, the award-winning visitor attraction Trentham Estate is the last remnant of one of England’s greatest garden estates. Mow Cop Castle sits on a hilltop north of Hanley, offering panoramic views of the Staffordshire moorlands. You can drive or even walk or ride a bicycle up to the top and the site offers some lovely walks in the surrounding countryside. 

Shopping enthusasits should head to Cultural Quarter. Nestled in the city centre of Hanley Cultural Quarter is a hub of independent retail outlets, restaurants and entertainment venues. The Potteries Shopping Centre is contains over 90 shops including high-street brands like Debenhams, H&M, Primark and Superdry and is just a short walk from Cultural Quarter.

Stoke-on-Trent has a year-round appeal, meaning you can enjoy the city’s sights regardless of the season.

How to Find Us 

Located in Heswall, The Hazelwell Care Home is situated between the River Dee and the River Mersey, and has picturesque views out to the estuary and towards North East Wales. Our location serves itself well to be easily accessible by road, rail and air.

 

Travelling by car

  • For those using a Sat Nav, please enter the postcode CH60 6SG.
  • For those using Google Maps, click here.
  • The Hazelwell Care Home is situated to the south west of Liverpool City Centre and is easily accessible off A551/A552 which links to the M53.

Travelling by train

  • The nearest train station is Heswall which is 2.3 miles away.
  • Trains from Heswall run directly to Liverpool City Centre, requires 1 change and take approximately 40 minutes.
  • Trains to Manchester takes approx 120 minutes and requires 2 changes.
  • Trains from Heswall run directly to Stoke-on-Trent takes approx 2 hours.

Travelling by plane