Originally known as Foxhowl, the building used to be a Youth Hostel and it is well known for its homely appeal. Available within the grounds is a well established nature pond. There is safe access to Delamere Forest where courses can participate in activities such as orienteering, den building, survival skills, stream dipping, environmental games, forest art and walks which study animal habitats and the different flora and fauna of the forest. Within the grounds there is a ascent wall which is used for problem solving and team building. The British Trust of Conservation Volunteers use the site to host weekend activities and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award courses camp in the grounds during expedition weekends Accommodating up to 38 people. Children as young as reception age to older juniors visit Conway Centres: Delamere for what may be their first stay away from home.
“I just wanted to write to say thank you from all at Year 4 in Hartford Primary
School to you and all the people from Conway Centres: Delamere for their
support in giving us an absolutely amazing residential experience.”
Hazel Sexton, Hartford Primary School