Worthenbury Manor, a traditional country house and a special place to stay, nestles in the Welsh Marches between Chester, Wrexham & Shrewsbury. It's ideal for exploring North East Wales, South Cheshire & North Shropshire. Expect a rural setting, comfy 4 poster beds, open log fires, antiques, a wildlife-friendly garden and a hearty breakfast showcasing local produce.
What makes a stay at Worthenbury Manor unique?
This homely & informal country house B&B, located in a rural idyll, was awarded the title of Best Small Accommodation Provider in North East Wales in 2017 and holds a 5-star Gold award from Visit Wales. Guests have exclusive use of the main entrance, the drawing room with its comfy sofas & log fire, and a garden to relax in. The romantic bedrooms have tubs big enough for two. All meals use the best of local and home-grown produce cooked to your liking by a trained chef. Supper can be provided by prior arrangement when booking. This is a special place to stay for a romantic break, special occasions or just to escape. Book the two rooms for exclusive use of the B&B.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Worthenbury Manor?
Worthenbury Manor provides two luxurious double bedrooms. Captain Rayner's room has a Hepplewite 4 poster bed, sofa, bureau bookcase, two armchairs around a table set in the window, and an ensuite bathroom cum dressing room. The Oak room has a Jacobean 4 poster bed and its own exclusive private bathroom. Both rooms have a hairdryer, magazines, flat-screen Freeview TV with integral DVD player, Bose CD player and alarm clock radio, along with a selection of teas, coffees, hot chocolate and malted drinks. Biscuits and fresh fruit are provided. Both bathrooms have robes and fluffy towels, with a selection of Molton Brown toiletries. Guests have exclusive use of the drawing room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Wrexham area?
Worthenbury Manor is within easy reach of Chester, with its Medieval rows, as well as historic Shrewsbury and Llangollen, which is home to the International Musical Eisteddfod. Close by are the National Trust properties of Erddig, Chirk & Powys, and venturing a little further afield, Attingham Park, Dunham Massey & Speak Hall. There are three World Heritage Centre sites close by. The Castle at Cholmondley, with its beautiful gardens, plays host to events throughout the year, with Bolesworth hosting many concerts and equestrian events and latterly, CarFest North. For the Steam Railway enthusiast, there are narrow gauge railways in Welshpool, Ffestinniog and throughout Wales. Narrow boats can be hired in Llangollen, where one can travel over the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A light supper can be provided when booking at The Manor. There are several good places to eat locally, such as the Cross Foxes, which overlooks the River Dee, and The Royal Oak, again overlooking the Dee. If traveling from Chester, The Egerton Arms offers wonderful meals at great prices, and in Llangollen, a visit to Gales Wine Bar or The Cornmill is a must. In Oswestry, there is The Townhouse and a little further afield in Welshpool, The Royal Oak.
Conveniently placed for walking the Sandstone Trail, climbing Moel Fammau or walking the Marches, Worthenbury is also ideally placed for golfers, with courses at Carden Park, Wrexham and Llangollen. Fishing is available on the Dee, with day passes available from Bangor on Dee. The area is flat and ideal for cyclists. Discounted rates are available for longer stays and the Romantic Breaks are extremely popular. Contact the owners for prices for single occupancy.