The countrified Thornton Hough
provides a remarkably quiet and relaxed lifestyle in stark comparison to the neighbouring towns of Lower Heswall and Neston.
With fewer residents to disturb the peace and large country fields that protect its serenity, this small village houses those who are privileged enough to afford large homes far away from any echoes of their work in the nearby cities of Chester and Liverpool. This collaboration of spacious living, scenic surroundings and short commutes to major cities makes Thornton Hough a very attractive place to live.
The picturesque village green is central to the residents that live there, it may not be thriving with life, but its neighbourhood values are more intact that those who have experienced a cosmopolitan invasion of trendy bars and restaurants. Here, residents can find tennis courts, a cricket ground and small play area for children. Surrounded by a large field, here is the perfect place to enjoy a family game of football or a picnic on a summer’s evening.
The village is home to just three pubs, separated by vast fields, giving each its very own identity and feel, The Red Fox, The Lawns Restaurant and The Seven Stars.