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Located in Rossett, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of River Dee, Grosvenor Museum, and Racecourse Ground. Chester Golf Club and Chester Castle are also within ...
Located in Rossett, this eco-friendly hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of St Mary's Church - Handbridge, Grosvenor Museum, and Chester Racecourse. Chester Golf Club ...
Hoping to stay right in the middle of Wrexham? Choose from the 2 Expedia-listed hotels that are within 3 miles of the city center.
Within easy reach of the downtown area, the Ramada Plaza Wrexham is one place that you should consider.
If, after roaming around all day, you'd prefer to relax a bit further away from all the activity, the neighborhood of Gobowen is a great place for you to stay at. 10 miles away, here you'll have 2 Expedia-listed hotels to choose from, such as Lion Quays Hotel & Spa and Moreton Park Lodge.
The Rossett Hall Hotel is one of a small selection of budget places to stay in this area.
Haven't found exactly what you were looking for? The Chester Grosvenor and the Edgar House stand 11 miles and Edgar House outside of Wrexham. Tourists looking for something more can look into the ABode Chester and the Crowne Plaza Chester, 11 miles and 11 miles away.
9 miles away from Wrexham is Malpas, where you'll find the Aldersey Green Golf Club and Holt Castle. The Hampton House Farm B&B and The Hough are some of the Expedia-listed hotel options in Malpas. Alternatively, you could consider staying in Buckley, 9 miles to the northwest of Wrexham, where you can choose from the Holiday Inn A55 Chester West and Beaufort Park Hotel. Hawarden Castle and Flint Castle are popular sites to explore while in Buckley.
25 miles to the southeast of Wrexham is Shrewsbury, a regional center with a population of 70,000, and the home of places to see like the AMF Bowling, Lord Hill's Column and the Hawks on Walks. The Stiperstones Nature Reserve and Drummond Outdoor are also worth investigating. If you'd like to stay in Shrewsbury, check out the rates and amenities at the Albright Hussey Manor and Prince Rupert Hotel.
As you might expect from the largest town in Wales, Wrexham offers a wide range of accommodation options.
If you’re in town to hit the shops, then a variety of hotels and bed and breakfast in the city centre will put you just a short walk or bus ride from the Eagles Meadow shopping centre, as well as the great cafes and restaurants in the surrounding streets and lanes.
However, if you’re heading to Wrexham with a view to exploring the glorious local countryside and delightful towns and villages nearby, you will also discover guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and even authentic farmhouse accommodation in the surrounding areas.
With the Eagles Meadow shopping centre at the heart of the city centre it would be all too easy to jump to the conclusion that Wrexham is just another retail hub, but it is so much more. As well as the centre itself boasting a sympathetic architecture, with plenty of open spaces and water features, the rest of the town has retained a number of wonderfully charming boutiques and independent traders.
In fact, much of the accommodation the town centre has to offer is still housed in original housing dating back hundreds of years that has been sympathetically converted into decorative styles that range from the traditional to the modern.
Wrexham, and the borough of which it is the heart, is typically Welsh in that it is blessed with dramatic valley scenes and landscapes. Nowhere is this shown off in all its natural splendor to better effect than at the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s tallest navigable canal boat crossing. Near here you will find a range of country accommodation, ranging from a 17th century inn offering bed and breakfast to a luxury spa hotel with an indoor swimming pool and tennis courts.
There is so much to do in Wrexham at every time of year that you can be sure of a crammed diary during your stay.
Nonetheless, if you do have the festival bug, make sure you secure your hotel accommodation in April when Wrexham plays host to FOCUS Wales. This four day festival of music and comedy showcases over 150 bands across 15 stages, as well as 3 days of comedy and interactive sessions and events. Attracting over 5,000 people to the town, the event is an absolute must for fans of music and comedy alike.
There really is something for everyone in Wrexham – from its wondrous landscapes and rich heritage to its phenomenal shopping and nightlife as well as its thriving arts and music scene. And with its array of hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, self-catering and more, isn’t it time you let Expedia help find the perfect option, and best deal, for you?