Things to see and do - Wrexham
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Wrexham : Michelin's recommendations
The largest town in North Wales, Wrexham’s prosperity stems from its position between prolific coal seams and rich farmland. The fine St Giles Church is in the Perpendicular style, the last, longest and most original of the phases of English Gothic (broad arches and huge windows as in Cambridge). It has the Memorial Chapel of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and its churchyard contains the grave of Elihu Yale (1649-1721), the tireless traveller after whom the famous American university is named.
Tourist attractions Wrexham : Things to see and do
GB - Wrexham LL13 0YT
This country house was built in the late 17C and restored in 1973 after subsidence caused by the surrounding mine galleries. The high-quality furniture was made around 1720 (see the State Bedroom), and the porcelain, tapestries and paintings date fro..
Chester Road, Rossett GB - Rossett LL12 0DE
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With a Grade II listed, mid-18th century building at its core, this well-placed Rossett Hall Hotel has a rich history. This property offers free Wi-Fi in all areas and free parking. Set amid attractive country grounds, Rossett Hall Hotel is surround..
Ellice Way GB - Wrexham LL13 7YH
This hotel has air-conditioned bedrooms and excellent conference facilities for up to 220. It is south of Chester and close to major road networks leading to Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. Ramada Plaza Wrexham is close to Vale of LLangollen and ..
Chester Road, Gresford GB - Wrexham LL12 8PW
Conveniently situated, Premier Inn Wrexham is 2 miles (3.2 km) from Wrexham Train Station, Wrexham Golf Course and Wrexham town centre, with excellent bus links. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (u..
Old Wrexham Rd GB - Gresford LL12 8TY
Classic country manor house with mature, manicured gardens leading down to a lake. Daily changing menu offers hearty, wholesome, all-day dishes, ranging from pub classics to more modern fare.