Hooton is an idyllic village where families will enjoy the tranquillity and greenness of the Cheshire landscape just five miles away from the town of Ellesmere Port.
Ellesmere Port has all the amenities for your day-to-day activities or a fantastic day out.
Hooton is part of the Cheshire West and Chester Council. This area is recognised for its large and unspoilt countryside, especially stunning during the summer season. If green landscapes bring peace and quietness to your spirit, Hooton is definitely your place.
This exceptional location in the Wirral Peninsula, between the rivers Dee and Mersey, offers plenty of activities for a day out with your kids. They will love Chester Zoo and Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port, Europe’s largest collection of sharks.
Since July 2011, Cheshire West and Chester Council is a Fairtrade Borough. This status is renewed every two years and hundreds of educational establishments, retailers, caterers, community groups and workplaces in the area support, promote and serve Fairtrade products.
Two of the nearest schools, Childer Thornton Primary School and Woodfall Primary School, are rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted).
With easy access to the A41 and the M53, daily commuters will reach Liverpool in less than 30 minutes. Even travelling to Manchester is possible, just one hour along the M56. By living in Hooton, you will be very close to Hooton and Ellesmere Port railway stations, in addition to regular bus services to and from both towns.
Hooton also offers easy access to Manchester and Liverpool airports, bringing you numerous options for your next holidays.