Hotels in Chirk
Originally an important coaching house for travellers along the A5 from London to Holyhead, the hotel retains all the ambience and atmosphere of a bygone age, whilst offering extensive modernised facilities to meet the needs of the discerning modern day visitor.Wrexham has developed beyond all expectation over the past decade, and is now 'the place to be' in North Wales. The transformation of the town centre, and the development of new and exciting facilities within the region has guaranteed Wrexham's position as a major tourism destination in it's own right, attracting over 1.4 million visitors each year. Enjoy a picnic or take a walk along the old railway line and explore the Country Park, with its fine views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the remains of the 19th century lead processing areas and reconstructed engine house, or try panning for lead, and at the Visitor Centre, can learn more about the geology, social and industrial history of lead mining in the area, including evidence of Roman mining.The Hand Hotel is famous for the quality of its food and service. Whether you are looking for that special meal in a romantic candle-lit Regency Restaurant with its superb a la carte menu, or a bar snack in the Castle Room which has an extensive table d'hote menu supplemented with chefs daily specials, daytime and evenings.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1100.
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