Things to see and do - Wrexham
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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..
Wrexham Rd, Holt GB - Wrexham LL13 9SW
Prix Prices from : 59 £
In its own grounds, just 5 minutes from Wrexham and only 15 minutes from the heart of Chester’s city centre, this privately owned, award-winning hotel offers free WiFi and free on-site parking. The Holt Lodge has a good location, with easy access by..
Church Street GB - Chirk LL14 5EY
One of the oldest hotels in Wales, The Hand in Chirk was built in 1610, and offers traditional charm and period features. There is a restaurant, bar, free Wi-Fi and free parking. All the bedrooms at The Hand Hotel have been thoughtfully decorated an..
Chester Road, Gresford GB - Wrexham LL12 8PW
Conveniently situated, Premier Inn Wrexham is 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 (under 16 ye..
Chester Rd GB - LL12 0HW Rossett
Once an agricultural machinery repair shop, this 19C barn is cosier than its name implies. Flavoursome cooking has a modern touch and uses the best of local produce; try the crab or lobster, caught by the owner's father-in-law.