The county of Wrexham is found in Northern Wales, made up of Wrexham town, a part of Denbighshire and a lot of beautiful, rural countryside. Rent a holiday cottage in this county and roam the area, which boasts both fantastic nature and wildlife, inspiring ancient architecture and lots of fun activities for the kids, like Tenpin bowling in Wrexham town, and the exciting Waterworld also found there.
Coursing through Wrexham is the River Alyn, and should you visit the Alyn Waters County Park, you can walk alongside it, either with good friends or hand-in-hand with your partner.Explore the neighbouring woodlands and keep an eye out for all the animals, and later stop by the children’s play area for some good, old-fashioned fun Wrexham is situated in North Wales between the Welsh Mountains and the Dee Valley and has many wonderful things to see so why not rent a Welsh holiday home in Wrexham and use it as a base to see them all.
Converted from a 19th-century outbuilding on a small livestock farm near Rossett and Chester, The Dairy offers comfortable accommodation in a three-bedroom, pet-frieindly countryside cottage that features farmhouse kitchen, spacious sitting room, private patio and access to an indoor games room.
Hen Cottage offers endless entertainment options for kids and big kids alike. The three-bedroom, rural Cheshire holiday cottage near Lley boasts a fully-equipped games room, plus an outdoor play area, all within the grounds of a spacious semi-detached barn conversion which sits on a working farm.
Llys Offa is a spacious family-friendly cottage offering tranquillity, multiple spaces for relaxation, a games room, sauna and outdoor heated swimming pool, all of which sit beside a running stream, just a stroll from the village of Ruabon and within easy reach of the attractions of North Wales.
The main town in the area and all of North Wales is Wrexham and has plenty of great shops and nightlife for all as well as a choice of delightful holiday cottages. Wrexham’s close proximity to the Welsh Mountains makes it a great place to use as a base when exploring North Wales. Discover the pretty towns and villages of neighbouring Montgomeryshire, the Victorian seaside resorts along the North Wales coast or evening to venture into Snowdonia. Also found in Wrexham town is Bellevue Park, made in the Edwardian style with rolling hills of ornate plants.
For a romantic evening out, dine in one of Wrexham’s fine restaurants, and then go for a walk in the park, your path lit up by gorgeous Edwardian-style lamps. Live concerts are also at times held in the park, so be sure to check for any upcoming events.
Nant Mill Visitor Centre will make for a splendid day out, nestled in the quiet Nant Woods. Also in the area is the Plassey Craft and Retail Village, ideal for a fun day of shopping while surrounded by Edwardian-style architecture. For a real taste of history, visit the highly-esteemed Chirk Castle near Wrexham town, with wild ponies grazing in its gardens. National Trust devotees will enjoy the splendid Erddig Mansion in Wrexham with its fascinating insights into life ‘below stairs’.