Wrexham accommodation – A great city in Wales with lots of opportunities
Whether it is for a family, singles or couples holiday, a trip to Wrexham, North Wales' biggest town is worth it. Situated in between Dee Valley and the Welsh mountains, this town also happens to be near the border to England. With different choices of Wrexham accommodation for a longer stay, you can enjoy what this town and nearby towns in England have to offer.
Wonderful Places That Are Worth Dropping By
A visit to the brainchild of William Jessop and Thomas Telford, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a must. From any of the Wrexham holiday cottages where you stay, take a boat ride on Britain's highest aqueduct for a view of the amazing countryside. Built with mortar comprising of ox blood, water and lime during the early nineteenth century, its unique engineering genius may astound you.
To revel in the joys of science, drop by at Techniquest Glyndwr, a place, which offers you and your family over 65 interactive exhibits, workshops and more. There is a live science show, which varies weekly. From your Wrexham accommodation, take a trip to other towns in Wales such as Abersoch and don't forget to take a stroll in Wrexham town to admire unique historic buildings like the Old Swan and the Golden Lion.
Around 3.2 kilometres away from the town's centre is a property that is owned by the National Trust. Erddig Hall offers the insight into the workings of the seventeenth century. It is considered as one of the most beautiful stately homes in the country. By opting to stay at one of the Wrexham holiday cottages, you get a chance to spend more time for exploring further than the town of Wrexham including the nearby Cheshire County in England.