Saltney
in Flintshire of Wales, United Kingdom

Noteable things around
Location Summary
Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
53.177 and -2.931 (Lat./Lng.)
Coordinates by Time:
N 53° 10' 38" and W -2° 55' 50"
Currency and Currency Code:
Pound - GBP
Spoken languages:
English, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic
Local electricity:
230 V - 50 Hz (plugs: G)
Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3G, 4G
Local Time: 01:43 AM (Friday)
Timezone: Europe/London
UTC/GMT offset: 0 hours
Sunrise and Sunset:
5:09 am and 9:26 pm
Antipode Coordinates:
-45.817 and 170.717 (Lat./Lng.)
Closest place to antipode coordinates:
Otakou
References
This place on Wikipedia
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Explore Saltney

Saltney in Flintshire (Wales) is a city in United Kingdom about 165 mi (or 266 km) north-west of London, the country's capital.

Local time in Saltney is now 01:43 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named Europe / London with an UTC offset of one hour. We know of 8 airports in the vicinity of Saltney, of which 4 are larger airports. The closest airport in United Kingdom is Hawarden Airport in a distance of 2 mi (or 3 km), West. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).

There are several Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site in United Kingdom is Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal in a distance of 14 mi (or 23 km), South. Also, if you like golfing, there are multiple options in driving distance. If you need a place to sleep, we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.

Depending on your travel schedule, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Chester, Mollington, Eccleston, Aldford and Shotwick. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info. Let's start with some photos from the area.

Local weather forecast

Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 15°C / 59 °F

Morning Temperature 14°C / 58 °F
Evening Temperature 19°C / 66 °F
Night Temperature 16°C / 62 °F
Chance of rainfall 11%
Air Humidity 90%
Air Pressure 1006 hPa
Wind Speed Moderate breeze with 12 km/h (7 mph) from North-West
Cloud Conditions Overcast clouds, covering 100% of sky
General Conditions Moderate rain

Saturday, 20th of July 2019

18°C (64 °F)
15°C (60 °F)
Light rain, gentle breeze, broken clouds.

Sunday, 21st of July 2019

20°C (67 °F)
17°C (63 °F)
Broken clouds, light breeze.

Monday, 22nd of July 2019

23°C (73 °F)
19°C (67 °F)
Broken clouds, gentle breeze.

Hotels and Places to Stay

The Chester Grosvenor

Address
2,0 mi
Eastgate
CH1 1LT Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Stone Villa Guest House

Address
2,8 mi
3 Stone Place
CH2 3NR Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 10:30 - Checkin: 13:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Chester Brooklands Bed and Breakfast

Address
2,9 mi
8 Newton Lane
CH2 3RB Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 10:30 - Checkin: 13:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


ABode Chester

Address
1,6 mi
Grosvenor Road
CH1 2DJ Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Crowne Plaza CHESTER

Address
1,7 mi
Trinity Street
CH1 2BD CHESTER
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 15:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Ba Ba Guest House

Address
2,8 mi
65 Hoole Road
CH2 3NJ Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 10:30 - Checkin: 16:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa

Address
3,8 mi
Wrexham Road
CH4 9DG Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


The Hallmark Queen Hotel

Address
2,5 mi
City Road
CH1 3AH Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Macdonald New Blossoms

Address
2,0 mi
St John Street
CH1 1HL Chester
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 11:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: 0:00 - 24:00
Weekend: 0:00 - 24:00


Holiday Inn CHESTER - SOUTH

Address
1,5 mi
Wrexham Road
CH4 9DL CHESTER
United Kingdom

Time Information

Checkout: 12:00 - Checkin: 14:00
Reception
Weekday: -
Weekend: closed


Videos from this area

These are videos related to the place based on their proximity to this place.

Chester Rocks 2014

Published: June 07, 2014
Length: 09:08 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Capital North West & Wales

Experience the buzz as Dizzee Rascal takes to the stage at this year's Chester Rocks with Capital FM.


Chester Racecourse & Grosvenor Bridge - Aerial Footage

Published: February 04, 2014
Length: 54:30 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: James Farley

Next instalment in trying out the DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter, from Chester Racecourse, showing the Grosvenor Bridge and Racecourse Pavilions. And some bloke in a bobble hat.


Chester FC v Worcester City FC

Published: December 02, 2012
Length: 41:06 min
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: TheWCFCTV

Blue Square North - Saturday 1st December 2012 Chester FC 4 Worcester City 2.


Chester vs. Gateshead - James Curtis Goal

Published: October 26, 2013
Length: 09:00 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Heed Vids

James Curtis's winner against Chester at the Deva Stadium in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round on October 26, 2013. Final score, Chester 0-1 Gateshead.


Blacon Festival 2014(1)

Published: July 06, 2014
Length: 00:00 min
Rating: 0 of 5
Author: Edwin Fisher


VOYAGE EN ANGLETERRE ! / TRAVEL IN ENGLAND !

Published: October 25, 2009
Length: 15:22 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: oranecaou


Chester City FC V Bury FC 90th Minute Penalty

Published: April 23, 2012
Length: 25:35 min
Rating: 0 of 5
Author: CazChesterFC

Simon Yeo 90th Minute Penalty v Bury FC at the Deva Stadium Wednesday 21st Feb 2007 Again I apologise about the poor quality this was taken on an old phone and isnt very good but you can...


Baby Jacob and Little Grace Get Christened 2011

Published: September 18, 2011
Length: 51:05 min
Rating: 0 of 5
Author: bobby103uk

Christening at holy trinity church blacon chester and a drink at st theresa's.


Half an Hour at (69) - Saltney Ferry disused MPD / Mold Junction 31.10.2014 - Chester Class 175

Published: October 31, 2014
Length: 05:44 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Robin Harrison

After last weeks trip to Yorkshire, video 69 comes from much nearer home. Having heard rumours that the old Saltney Ferry / Mold Junction engine shed could be demolished soon I thought it was...


Airbus A300-600ST Beluga landing at Hawarden

Published: January 25, 2015
Length: 54:24 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: UK Aviation Movies

An Airbus A300-600ST (F-GSTF No. 5) makes an approach to Hawarden airport near Chester, UK. This was my first trip to Hawarden to catch the Beluga, and what a lovely sight of this very rare...


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Attractions and noteworthy things

Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.

Curzon Park Abbey

Curzon Park Abbey is one of three monasteries of nuns in the English Benedictine Congregation.

Located at 53.1808, -2.90389 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Monasteries in Cheshire, Monasteries of the English Benedictine Congregation, Benedictine nunneries in England, 19th-century Christian monasteries, 1868 establishments in England

City of Chester (UK Parliament constituency)

City of Chester is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2010 by Stephen Mosley of the Conservative Party.

Located at 53.1667, -2.91667 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
United Kingdom Parliamentary constituencies established in 1545, Parliamentary constituencies in Cheshire, Politics of Chester

Deva Stadium

The Deva Stadium, also known as the Exacta Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is an association football stadium spanning the Wales–England border in the United Kingdom, that is the home of Chester F.C. , the effective successor club to the liquidated Chester City F.C. The name Deva comes from the original Roman name for the fort Deva Victrix, which became the city of Chester, in North West England. The Deva Stadium replaced Sealand Road.

Located at 53.1892, -2.92381 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Chester City F.C. stadiums, Chester F.C., Buildings and structures in Chester, Football venues in England, Football venues in Wales, Stadiums in Wales

The King's School, Chester

The King's School, Chester is a British co-educational independent school for children. It is situated outside the city of Chester, England. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. The King's school comprises a junior school (years 7-11) a senior school (years 11-14) and a sixth form in which the students choose for their A-level subjects. Different subjects are taught to GCSE and A-level standard.

Located at 53.167, -2.9 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Ancient grammar schools of Cheshire, Educational institutions established in the 1540s, Independent schools in Cheshire West and Chester, Schools with Combined Cadet Forces, 1541 establishments in England, Member schools of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference

Westminster Park

Westminster Park is both a suburb to the west of Chester in England, and a large park the area takes its name after. Chester residents do not consider the area as a part of the Lache (an adjacent suburb consisting largely of council housing) although the main route through Westminster Park is Lache Lane. In any case it can sometimes be difficult to tell where one suburb ends and another begins.

Located at 53.177, -2.908 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Chester

Chester Racecourse

Chester Racecourse, known as the Roodee, is according to official records the oldest racecourse still in use in England. Horse racing at Chester dates back to the early sixteenth century. It is also thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in England at 1 mile and 1 furlong (1.8 km) long.

Located at 53.1864, -2.89972 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Horse racing venues in England, Sports venues in Cheshire, Chester, Buildings and structures in the United Kingdom destroyed by arson

Dee Bridge disaster

The Dee Bridge disaster was a rail accident that occurred on 24 May 1847 in Chester with five fatalities. A new bridge across the River Dee was needed for the Chester and Holyhead Railway, a project planned in the 1840s for the expanding British railway system. It was built using cast iron girders, each of which was made of three very large castings dovetailed together. Each girder was strengthened by wrought iron bars along the length.

Located at 53.183, -2.895 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Bridge disasters in the United Kingdom, Bridge disasters caused by engineering error, Railway accidents in England, Railway accidents in 1847, 1847 in England, History of Chester, Disasters in Cheshire

Curzon Park

Curzon Park is an upmarket residential suburb of Chester, Cheshire in England. The area, which adjoins the southern banks of the Dee, was first laid out in the 19th century. It is situated next to the Grosvenor Bridge and is well known for having some of the city's largest and most prestigious residences. Curzon Park also houses a retreat house for members of the English Benedictine Congregation and Chester Golf Club.

Located at 53.1831, -2.90278 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Chester

Grosvenor Bridge (Chester)

The Grosvenor Bridge is a single-span stone arch road bridge crossing the River Dee at Chester, England. Located on the A483 Grosvenor Road, it was designed by Thomas Harrison and opened by Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld on 17 October 1832. The first traffic passed over it in November 1833. At the time of its construction, the bridge was the longest single-span arch bridge in the world, a title that it retained for 30 years.

Located at 53.1836, -2.89639 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Arch bridges, Grade I listed bridges, Bridges in Cheshire, Buildings and structures in Chester, Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire, Bridges completed in 1833, River Dee (Wales), Stone bridges, Thomas Harrison buildings

Chester Golf Club

Chester is one of the oldest established golf clubs in the county of Cheshire. The club has a full calendar of competitions and inter-club matches, as well as opportunities for friendly golf. The clubhouse offers all the usual amenities e.g. licensed bar. Visitors are welcome. Situated in Curzon Park, Chester Golf Club was founded on 24 May 1901. Formerly known as “Brueres Halgh” during the early Middle Ages, the land was used for agricultural purposes for many years.

Located at 53.1867, -2.90944 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Chester, Sport in Cheshire

Sealand Road

Sealand Road was the home stadium of Chester City Football Club (until 1983 known as Chester Football Club) from 1906 until 1990. Although officially known simply as The Stadium, it was more commonly referred to as Sealand Road.

Located at 53.1964, -2.9098 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Defunct football venues in England, Chester City F.C. stadiums, Welsh Cup final venues

St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Chester

The Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury is situated in the City of Chester, in an area of the city informally known as "The Garden Quarter". This is a densely-populated area, close to the University. While the church was built in 1872, the parish of St. Oswald which it serves, is much older, dating back to about 980AD. One of the earliest references to St. Oswald's can be found in Bradshaw's Life of St. Werburge (Chapter 4) The Parish Registers date back to 1580.

Located at 53.1982, -2.899 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Buildings and structures in Chester, Church of England churches in Cheshire, Grade II listed churches, Grade II listed buildings in Cheshire, Gothic Revival architecture in Cheshire, Religious buildings completed in 1881, 19th-century Church of England church buildings, Diocese of Chester, George Gilbert Scott buildings

Watergate, Chester

The Watergate is in Chester, Cheshire, England and spans the A548 road between Watergate Street and New Crane Street. It forms part of the city walls and has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. Watergate was built between 1788 and 1790 for Chester City Council and replaced a medieval gate. The architect was Joseph Turner. It is built in red sandstone ashlar and consists of a basket arch of short rusticated voussoirs.

Located at 53.1894, -2.8974 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Arch bridges, Grade I listed bridges, Bridges in Cheshire, Grade I listed buildings in Cheshire, Bridges completed in 1790, Buildings and structures in Chester, Stone bridges, Joseph Turner buildings

Sir John Glynne's Canal

Sir John Glynne's Canal was a canal in England built by Sir John Glynne. It ran from Saltney, just outside Chester to Bretton, a distance of about one mile. It was built about 1768, and was in use until 1779. It was used for the transportation of coal from mines in Flintshire into Chester.

Located at 53.171, -2.946 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Canals in Cheshire

Balderton railway station

Balderton railway station was a minor railway station serving the village of Balderton in Cheshire, England. It was located on a line from Chester, to Wrexham General on a line now known as the Shrewsbury to Chester Line. The 53y Balderton Tunnel is just south of the site and there is an adjacent AHB level crossing at the site today. The Eaton Hall Railway met the GWR line at Balderton.

Located at 53.1547, -2.93495 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Disused railway stations in Cheshire, Former Great Western Railway stations, Railway stations opened in 1901, Railway stations closed in 1953

Chester F.C

Chester Football Club is a supporter-owned English football club based in Chester. The club was founded in 2010 following the winding-up of Chester City F.C. The club plays its home games at the Deva Stadium, and for its inaugural season played in the Northern Premier League Division One North following a successful appeal to the FA against their initial placement in the Northwest Counties League.

Located at 53.1892, -2.92381 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Football clubs in Cheshire, Association football clubs established in 2010, Fan-owned English League football clubs, Chester F.C., Northern Premier League clubs, Football Conference, 2010 establishments in England

St Matthew's Church, Saltney

St Matthew's Church, Saltney, was in Flint Road, Saltney, Flintshire, Wales. The church was opened in 1911 as a mission church to the parish church of St Mark, Saltney. St Mark's Church is an Anglican church in the parish of Lache cum Saltney, the deanery of Chester, the archdeaconry of Chester and the diocese of Chester. St Matthew's was designed by the Chester architect John Douglas and built in brick with lancet windows.

Located at 53.181, -2.94578 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Religious buildings completed in 1911, 20th-century Anglican church buildings, Anglican churches in Wales, Former churches in Wales, Churches in Flintshire, John Douglas buildings

Saltney railway station

Saltney was a minor railway station located on the Great Western Railway's Paddington to Birkenhead line a few miles west of Chester, just south of Salney Jc where the Shrewsbury line leaves the North Wales Coast Line to Holyhead. The route is still open today as part of the Shrewsbury to Chester Line. Nothing now remains at the site except an expanse of waste ground.

Located at 53.1795, -2.9188 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Disused railway stations in Cheshire, Former Great Western Railway stations, Railway stations opened in 1846, Railway stations closed in 1917, Railway stations opened in 1932, Railway stations closed in 1960

Lache railway station

Lache is a proposed railway station a few miles west of Chester on the Shrewsbury to Chester Line. According to the Scott Wilson Report compiled for the Chester to Shrewsbury Rail Partnership, Lache is one of the most promising sites on the line for the opening of a new station. (The report can be downloaded from the Chester to Shrewsbury Rail Partnership website link below). The station would be a short distance south of the old Saltney station.

Located at 53.168, -2.922 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Railway stations in Cheshire, Proposed railway stations in England

Belgrave, Cheshire

Belgrave is a historical village at the entrance to Eaton Hall in Cheshire, United Kingdom. It consists of a few houses and a large thriving Grosvenor Garden Centre. The Centre is situated on the edge of Eaton Park within the Eaton Estate. Originally the site of Pulford Forestry, the Garden Centre opened its doors in 1974. The village is also one of the Duke of Westminster's subsidiary titles, Viscount Belgrave. Belgravia in London takes it name from this peerage.

Located at 53.1433, -2.91996 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Villages in Cheshire

Chester Business Park

Chester Business Park is located to the south of the city of Chester, Cheshire, England and is sited to the east of Wrexham Road and to the north of the Chester southerly bypass. The business park opened in 1988 and occupies an area of 175 acres . At the centre of the site is the former Wrexham Road Farm, a model farm designed by John Douglas for the 1st Duke of Westminster and built in 1877–84; otherwise it was a greenfield site.

Located at 53.1614, -2.9026 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Business parks of England, Economy of Cheshire

Bretton Hall, Flintshire

Bretton Hall is located on the border of England and Wales close to the village of Bretton, Flintshire, Wales. The original fortified manor house was surrounded by a moat, it was replaced by a brick built house adjacent to the original site in the 18th century. The moat and foundations of the original house remain. The earliest references to Bretton Hall refer to a marriage between Isobel, daughter of Ralph Holland of Bretton and Hugh de Ravenscroft of Cheshire in the 15th century.

Located at 53.1678, -2.9505 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Manor houses in Wales, Houses in Flintshire

St Mark's Church, Saltney

St Mark's Church, Saltney, is located in High Street, Saltney, Cheshire, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Chester, the archdeaconry of Chester, and the diocese of Chester. Its benefice is combined with those of St Matthew, Saltney Ferry, and Sandy Lane Family Church, Lache-cum-Saltney. The church is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building.

Located at 53.1791, -2.9151 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article, Homepage
Church of England churches in Cheshire, Grade II listed buildings in Cheshire, Grade II listed churches, Religious buildings completed in 1893, 19th-century Church of England church buildings, Anglican congregations established in the 19th century, Diocese of Chester

Overleigh Cemetery

Overleigh Cemetery is located in Grosvenor Road on the south side of the River Dee in Chester, Cheshire, England. The original part of the cemetery has been listed by English Heritage at Grade II in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

Located at 53.1817, -2.8951 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
Buildings and structures in Chester, Cemeteries in England

Overleigh Lodge

Overleigh Lodge is located in Duke's Drive, Chester, Cheshire, England. The lodge, together with its associated gates, gate piers and screens, have been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building. It was built at the entrance of the Chester Approach to Eaton Hall for the 1st Duke of Westminster, and designed by the London architect R.  W.  Edis. The approach has since been cut by the A55 road.

Located at 53.1793, -2.89561 (Lat. / Lng.), about 1 miles away.
Wikipedia Article
19th-century architecture, Grade II listed buildings in Cheshire, Buildings and structures in Chester, Houses in Cheshire, Grade II listed houses

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