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Buck House Hotel
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Bangor on Dee

Wrexham
North Wales

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We are close to Wrexham and Chester and many tourist locations, also convenient for those visiting Wrexham Industrial Estate. The village itself is set by the River Dee (good for fishing), is ideal for many short walks, or enjoy a day at Banger Races. Meals are served in one of two lounges, or a full à la carte menu is served in the restaurant. The restaurant seats up to sixty people and is available for private parties or weddings. The restaurant can be expanded with a marquee to hold up to 100 guests. While you are waiting for your meals, you will be able to see how teapot happy Kath has become, or if your interest is history One of the lounges contains an enormous and unique collection of teapots, the pictures on the wall have many facts about Bangor years ago. To accompany the fine foods the staff will be pleased to offer a good selection of beers, wines and spirits. There is also a good bar/games room to enjoy a game of pool, darts, dominoes, the locals always give a very warm welcome. There are six bedrooms all with shower en suite, colour T.V., radio/alarm and tea/coffee making facilities. For convenience each room has a direct telephone line, also full central heating.

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