Wrexham is the largest town in the north of Wales. It is the
administrative centre of the wider Wrexham County Borough, located
in the east of the region. It is
situated between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley close
to the border with Cheshire, England. As the largest town in the
north of Wales, it is a major centre of the region's commercial,
retail and educational infrastructure.
At the time of the United Kingdom Census 2001, Wrexham had a
population of 42,576, and the wider Wrexham Urban Area, as defined
by the Office for National Statistics, had a population of 63,084.
The county borough of Wrexham, which covers 50,500 hectares, has a
population of over 130,000.
07921 506034 / 01244 579000
beautiful barn conversion to two luxurious 5* cottages - Oak and
Holly - in peaceful rural surroundings with views across open
fields, on the Cheshire/Wales border, just 10 miles from Chester, 8
miles from Wrexham.
Our aim is to provide you with a home-away-from-home, with all the
essentials, and some little luxuries as well.
For accommodation provided, please click on "Features" above.
For guests with young children we have a travel cot and high chair
available, and a sofa-bed in the sitting rooms which are suitable
for two small children, or an adult.
For guests with older teenagers or extended family, we have a
self-contained studio, pictured at the far left of the photo above -
with a bed/sitting room with double bed, double sofa bed, TV, DVD,
CD player, wireless internet access; kitchen with electric hob,
oven, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, kettle and toaster; shower room
with large shower, wc and basin.
We want your visit to Golly Farm to be memorable - for all the right
Glyn Valley Hotel
01691 718 896
Situated in the heart of the enchanting Ceiriog Valley, mid-way
between Chirk Castle and the magnificent Pystell Rhaeadr Waterfalls,
our Hotel offers the ideal centre for a short break or long stay
scenery is magnificent, and many outdoor pursuits such as trout
fishing, cycling, rambling, pony-trekking and parascending are
available locally; with three golf courses only 15 minutes drive
away. We would be happy to make all arrangements in advance of your
Markus Imfeld moved into the Glyn valley Hotel in 2009, he then set about creating somewhere popular with locals and
visitors alike. The hotel's restaurant attracts people from some
considerable distance, many having previously experienced Markus'
two AA rosette restaurant 'Imfeld' in Hawarden.
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