A picturesque landscape
The largest town in North Wales, Wrexham lies between the stunning Welsh mountains and Lower Dee Valley. Enjoy epic views and a glimpse into Wales’ industrial past with a visit to the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Just a stone’s throw from Wrexham, it’s thought to be the highest navigable aqueduct on the planet. Marvel at the design of this 19th century World Heritage Site while enjoying a healthy dose of fresh air.
Bask in the
Nestled on the outskirts of Wrexham, this National Trust property is widely regarded as one of the UK’s finest stately homes. With its roots dating back to the 18th century, combine a historical tour of the house with a picnic in its tranquil gardens.
Explore Alyn Waters Country Park
Stretch your legs and enjoy a spot of wildlife watching at Wrexham’s largest country park. Surrounded by the lush Alyn Valley, it’s perfect for ramblers and cyclists. There’s a visitor centre and play area to keep the kids entertained, while the park’s Trim Trail even offers pieces of outdoor exercise equipment. Looking for accommodation in Wrexham? Perched just outside the town centre Near the A483, Travelodge Wrexham offers easy access to local attractions, not to mention excellent transport links. Slightly further afield, Travelodge Chester Central is around 10 miles away.