Budget Hotel, Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
LL13 7HU, Wrexham, 1 Pen y bryn
Situated a 6-minute walk from St Mary's Cathedral, Wrexham, The Albion features accommodation with free WiFi in Wrexham. Located around 2 km from Erddig and 8 km away from Caergwrle Castle. At the economy hotel,... read more
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LL13 8HP, Wrexham, 19 High Street
The Eistedfod Penthouse - Berwyn House is an accommodation situated in Wrexham, a 6-minute walk from St Mary's Cathedral, Wrexham and 2.4 km from Erddig. Guests are welcome to enjoy the free WiFi. This apartment... read more
£ 56.10View Rates
LL11 2LP, Wrexham, 29 Rhosddu Rd
In Wrexham town centre, the Lemon Tree Hotel offers stylish rooms with character features. With free WiFi and free parking, there is also a restaurant. Set in a gothic Victorian building, the spacious rooms at... read more
£ 57.50View Rates
LL11 2SD, Wrexham, 36 Chester Road South
In a leafy, tree-lined residential area of Wrexham, Grove Guest House features free Wi-Fi and free parking, just 5 minutes’ walk from Wrexham’s centre. Guests can enjoy the onsite bar which has BT Live Sports.... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
LL13 8HP, Wrexham, 19 High Street
Located a 5-minute walk from Wrexham train station, The Berwyn – Berwyn House offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. The Berwyn – Berwyn House boasts views of the city and is 8 km from Caergwrle... read more
£ 66.00View Rates
LL13 7LY, Wrexham, 41 Bellevue Road
The Racecourse offers accommodation in Wrexham, 8 km from Caergwrle Castle. Free WiFi and on-site parking are featured in this self-catering accommodation. The full equipped kitchen includes a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There... read more
£ 66.00View Rates
Book the Cheapest Rooms Available
Some of the best places in the area to look for rooms in one of the many b&b’s or cheap hotels include Borras and Acton. If you have a car with you during your stay in the town, then it is might be worth looking for rooms a little outside the main town, because the views of the countryside are simply spectacular from many of the small surrounding villages, while at the same time you have all the benefits of being close to the biggest town in North Wales.
The town centre of Wrexham in North Wales
Wrexham is the largest town in the north of Wales with a population of slightly over 63,000. Despite Wales having suffered during the financial downturn in recent years, the town is performing well in terms of employment and economic, with the 5th highest percentage of business start-ups of anywhere in the country.
This fact is noticeable to visitors as the town has a vibrant centre with a wide selection of places to shop and to eat, including both major high street chains and local privately-run shops. The main town centre is home to several nightclub and bars that draw in clubbers and partiers from all over North Wales.
The main areas where shops are located in the town centre are situated in and around High Street, Bank Street and Hope Street. All of these are easily reached from the town’s train station. In 2008, a new retail park called Eagles Meadow was opened close to the town centre, which has added greatly to the variety of shops and amenities available to residents and visitors. The retail park is home to many of the major chains that operating across the UK, such as Debenhams, Boots and Costa Coffee. In addition, it also offers an excellent leisure experience with a bowling alley, cinema showing the latest releases as well as several restaurants and fast food chains offering a wide range of eating choices.
It is a university town with one of the campuses of Glyndwr University located in the vicinity of the town. In the UK ranking lists of universities, the town’s university is rated as being roughly the 100th best in the country.
To the west of the university campus sits the town’s hospital. With 981 beds and a major teaching department, Wrexham’s Maelor Hospital is currently one of the UK’s largest town-based hospitals. In and around the centre of the town, there is plenty of accommodation available for those who prefer to base themselves centrally.
Why do people come and look for a hotel or b&b room ?
Wrexham’s a tremendous place to come and visit due to its fabulous mix of traditional and modern. Situated in the north of Wales, it has retained much of the Welsh character built up over centuries, yet has also been able to successfully modernise as a town to offer tremendous eating, shopping and tourist experiences to visitors.
You will likely be able to hear residents still speaking in Welsh during your time there, which serves as a modern reminder of the unique and varied history of the UK’s different component parts. Lastly, the town is perfectly placed for anyone wishing to take day trips to see some of the spectacular views offered by the Welsh countryside and coastline.
Places to Stay near Maelor Hospital LL13 7TD
Cheapest last minute offers for hotel, apartments and bed & breakfast in Wrexham, Wales UK near Maelor Hospital grounds.
Address WCBC Maelor Hospital : Croesnewydd Rd, Wrexham LL13 7TD, United Kingdom
Large NHS district general hospital in northern Wales with almost 1000 beds. The hospital has close ties with several Welsh universities including the nearby Glyndwr University, Bangor, Cardiff University and Swansea and is also home to Wrexham Medical Institute.
Budget B&B and Hotel rooms close to Wrexham Train Station LL11 1EL
The town’s general railway station is the primary rail hub. It’s run by Arriva Trains Wales but is also served by Virgin Trains which run to Euston train station in central London UK. General is the busiest of two stations in Wrexham. The other is the central railway station, which is the southern terminus of the Borderlands Line, also known as the Wrexham-Bidston line.
Inexpensive Overnight Stay near Glyndwr University Campus LL11 2AW
Address Glyndwr University Campus : Mold Rd, Wrexham LL11 2AW, United Kingdom
Old university dating back to the 19th Century. GU university has also other campuses in Northop and St Asaph and was formerly known as the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education (NEWI). The main campus is a short walk from Wrexham town centre.
Wrexham in North Wales UK
Location : this large town is located in Northern Wales.
Closest major airports are Manchester International MAN and Liverpool John Lennon airport. Both airports are appoximately 45 to 60 minutes away. The town is served by rail via Wrexham central and general railway station.
Excellent road and rail links connect the town with Manchester city center and Liverpool Lime Street st. in about an hour, and there are direct train services to Cardiff Central and the heart of London.
Wrexham is less than 30 minutes drive from the historic English city of Chester, and less than 50 minutes from Liverpool and Shrewsbury town centre hotels. Snowdonia and the North Wales coastal towns of Llandudno, Rhyl and Colwyn Bay are less than 1 hour away.
Region : North Wales
Country : Wales
Things to see and do nearby
(Wrexham LL13 0YT, Wales)
Very interesting country house, run by National Trust. The estate has old stables, laundry, smithy, etc. The gardens are also really nice to walk around.
Bangor-on-Dee Race Course
(Bangor-on-Dee, LL13 0DA Northern Wales)
Bangor on Dee horse is a fantastic racecourse, and a nice place to go for a great day out. The views of the track are excellent from the whole course which is set in a bowl.
(Station Road, Trevor Basin LL20 7RH)
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a beautiful piece of heritage set in remarkably stunning scenery. It’s a great piece of engineering.
(Mold Road, LL11 2AW Wales)
Fascinating science museum, very interactive and educational. Interesting for all ages.