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Lion Quays Waterside Resort is set in Welsh/English countryside, with stunning views of the Llangollen Canal. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, a power shower and complimentary toiletries. Room had an excellent view and the breakfast was lovely! Really comfy bed too. Spa was excellent and the grounds were beautiful. Lovely welcoming and great area!
Located just outside the small Welsh village of Chirk, on the Wales-England border, Moreton Park Hotel offers free on-site parking and is only 10 minutes’ drive from Wrexham city center. Cooked breakfast in next door pub very good. Room spacious, well lighted. Plenty of hot water. WiFi worked after first night. .
One of the oldest hotels in Wales, The Hand in Chirk was built in 1610, and offers traditional charm and original features. There is a restaurant, bar, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Beautiful view of the river, brought us coffee on the terrace.
Libby'S Lodge is located in Chirk. This vacation home is 2.1 miles from Chirk Castle. The vacation home comes with a TV. Great view, WiFi, on the canal and slap on Offa's Dyke.
Chanor, Chirk Homestay is located in Chirk, a 4-minute walk from Chirk Castle, and a garden and a terrace are accessible in-house. This family stay also features free WiFi.
Canalside Cottage is located in Chirk, 1.4 miles from Chirk Castle, and barbecue facilities and a garden are accessible in-house. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the terrace.
The Hayloft, Bronygarth in Oswestry provides accommodations with free WiFi, 6 miles from Whittington Castle. This self-catered vacation home has a garden.
The Potting Shed, Wrexham is located in Acrefair. Guests have a private patio. The vacation home comes with 2 bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven.
The Barn, St Martins is located in Oswestry and offers a garden. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the free WiFi.
Located within 8 miles of Erddig and 9 miles of St Mary's Cathedral, Wrexham in Wrexham, Glencoed B&B has accommodations with free WiFi and seating area. Wonderful host and great apartment. The decorations were pretty and beds comfortable. Be sure to go see the Aqueduct and walk on it too. It was awesome.
Chirk is a hidden treasure from Chirk Castle to St Mary's Church. Each time we visit we are amazed that such a tiny village can withstand so much traffic! The Hand has great food, the few shops are well stocked and the short walk to the canal is great!
Walking the Chirk Aqueduct & tunnel was awesome. Watching the narrowboats navigate through the canals was very entertaining as well as chatting to the locals down at the tunnel. There was a cafe (sorry I can't remember the name) next door to the Hand Hotel that had great food & a very charming staff.
Chirk Castle is a great place to visit. It is about 40 minutes walk from Chirk so is a bit of an effort if you don't have a car, but it is worth it. A visit to the church and graveyard is interesting and a morning stroll across the aquaduct into England is a must. Food at the Hand Hotel is good, and there is a good cake shop and a couple of cafes.
I was only here (sadly) one night as I was hiking Offa's Dyke. But such a great town with accessible history, culture, food and nature. So much to see and do for a small community. Recommend at least a full two-day staff or more to take in all the attractions (especially the Castle and aqueduct). Go. It's fabulous!
Chirk is situated close to an Area of Outstanding natural Beauty, and is a lovely country town right on the Welsh/English border. Saint Mary's Church (Anglican) is well worth a visit. Look out for the carved ceiling bosses dating from the 1500s and repainted some years ago. There are several stained glass windows including a modern one - all worth spending time with to unpack the symbolism. Incidentally the poet R S Thomas was curate at Chirk 1936-40 Look out for the stone which the Church indicates marked a Crusader Heart Burial and which one historian dates as about 1340, and the 'new' font dated 1662, and replacing one destroyed by parliamentarians. While you are at St Mary's, take a turn around the extensive graveyard. Look out for the Mausoleum in memory of a 5-year old girl. Only a few minutes from the church is Chirk war memorial, created by sculptor Arthur Gill. Look out too for a carved bench near Spar which commemorates the now closed coal mines. We thoroughly enjoyed Chirk Castle.The grounds are extensive (1.5 miles from the gates to the castle car-park) and the gardens worth a look too. With more time we would have taken a walk over the aqueduct but both aqueduct and viaduct are nicely viewable from the roads around Chirk. We will go back to the area for a longer stay.
8.3 Very Good 805 reviews
The location was convenient, just a short drive from oswestry. It has a pub attached, which we had dinner in. You also get a slight discount in the pub if you are staying in the hotel. The hotel was quiet and bed were very comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful. We had a family room, which was over two levels. Great space for the four of us. A king size bed upstairs and two singles downstairs.
8.5 Very Good 1,841 reviews
Room had an excellent view and the breakfast was lovely! Really comfy bed too. Spa was excellent and the grounds were beautiful. Lovely welcoming and great area!
8.0 Very Good 417 reviews
Hotel very central. Staff were pleasant. Good breakfast.