North East Wales

Throughout our Top 100 Attractions books Apps & Website, we have we have put a lot of thought into the attractions that have been featured. The reason for that simply lies with the huge expectations we come to expect when we go on holiday. If you were travelling abroad, there would be a good chance you are going for the sun and on that basis, wouldn’t be as focused on attractions as a main reason for picking your holiday destination. Holidaying in the UK however, because we don’t normally see the types of temperatures commonly associated with those abroad we base our UK holidays a lot of the times on what to see and do!

The reason I bring this up in this particular section of the book is because in the Welsh borders area, we don’t have a wide array of beaches as it is a land locked area. Therefore tourist attractions are a very important part of a visit to this locality. We have chosen a great selection of attractions for you to visit, I’m sure you will not be disappointed with them one bit. Whether it’s a trip on a train, Zorbing down a mountainside or just a relaxing visit to one of the many National Trust properties in the area. There is something to wet all your tourist tastebuds.

The magic of the Welsh borders section is that even if you are staying in great places such as Chester or Shrewsbury, a trip across the border is one that you could and must make. It will certainly be a trip that will help you plan your next holiday, a holiday in Wales for sure.

Throughout our Top 100 Attractions books Apps & Website, we have we have put a lot of thought into the attractions that have been featured. The reason for that simply lies with the huge expectations we come to expect when we go on holiday. If you were travelling abroad, there would be a good chance you are going for the sun and on that basis, wouldn’t be as focused on attractions as a main reason for picking your holiday destination. Holidaying in the UK however, because we don’t normally see the types of temperatures commonly associated with those abroad we base our UK holidays a lot of the times on what to see and do! The reason I bring this up in this particular section of the book is because in the Welsh borders area, we don’t have a wide array of beaches as it is a land locked area. Therefore tourist attractions are a very important part of a visit to this locality. We have chosen a great selection of attractions for you to visit, I’m sure you will not be disappointed with them one bit. Whether it’s a trip on a train, Zorbing down a mountainside or just a relaxing visit to one of the many National Trust properties in the area. There is something to wet all your tourist tastebuds. The magic of the Welsh borders section is that even if you are staying in great places such as Chester or Shrewsbury, a trip across the border is one that you could and must make. It will certainly be a trip that will help you plan your next holiday, a holiday in Wales for sure.

 

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Bison Grill
Bison Grill
The Bison Grill Bistro produces all its meals from scratch using Rhug Organic’s own award winning meat and was named the “Best on Farm Restaurant” in the UK by the FARMA organisation....
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Bron Y Graig
Bron Y Graig
Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 9-bedroom Victorian house in North Wales with tranquil river and mountain views. Set in the beautiful Dee Valley, it is the ideal base for exploring Snowdonia,...
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Broncoed Uchaf Farmhouse B&B
Broncoed Uchaf Farmhouse B&B
Located close to the Welsh-English border, Broncoed Uchaf Country Guest House is A beautiful 18th Century former farmhouse and set within its own courtyard and gardens. ...
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Brownhill House B&B
Brownhill House B&B
Situated in the historic village of Ruyton XI Towns, Brownhill House has origins dating back 200 years. Breakfast from our extensive menu is served in the large farmhouse style kitchen, using ...
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Bryn Tegid Country House
Bryn Tegid Country House
Bryn Tegid stands on a wooded hillside overlooking Bala Lake. Fine, well proportioned Victorian house and Gentlemans residence, dating from 1849. An air...
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Bwch yn Uchaf B&B
Bwch yn Uchaf B&B
Bwch Yn Uchaf Bed & Breakfast is situated at the edge of a beautiful village of Llanuwchllyn on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, providing comfortable en-suite bedrooms. ...
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Castles Cafe & Restaurant
Castles Cafe & Restaurant
Here at the Castle restaurant, we pride ourselves on providing good food at affordable prices and in the comfortable surroundings of our restaurant, we are the...
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Celyn Villa Bed and Breakfast
Celyn Villa Bed and Breakfast
Celyn Villa is a small, 4-star bed and breakfast in Carmel, located 2 miles from Holywell. Guests can enjoy the property's free WiFi and secure off-road parking....
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E Bike Hire
E Bike Hire
Fantastic area to cycle with lots of quiet roads with breathtaking scenery. Ride the canal paths of Llangollen over the horseshoe pass with it’s magnificient vistas, ...
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Eithinog Hall
Eithinog Hall
Croeso (welcome) to Eithinog Hall – a beautiful, countryside bed & breakfast surrounded by the green rolling hills of idyllic Mid Wales. Open year-round, ...
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Glan Llyn Farmhouse
Glan Llyn Farmhouse
Ancient and peaceful, the natural beauty of this hidden corner of North Wales is far removed from today’s bustling lifestyle. ...
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Glan yr Afon
Glan yr Afon
Enjoy a meal from our great menu in the pleasant atmosphere of our comfortable restaurant or in one of our bar areas. Traditional freshly cooked food to satisfy a wide variety of tastes,...
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Glasgwm Bed & Breakfast
Glasgwm Bed & Breakfast
Glasgwm is a Victorian townhouse run by John Spicer and Heather Petrie, located close to the centre of the historic town of Llangollen. Just a short walk from all...
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Glencoed Bed & Breakfast
Glencoed Bed & Breakfast
Glencoed is a stone built traditional Welsh Cottage dating from the early 18th century with alterations carried out in the early 1950's and the late 1980's. The original building...
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Greenacres Animal Park
Greenacres Animal Park
Set in 80 acres at the gateway to North Wales, Greenacres Animal Park is the perfect venue for a fantastic day out for families and groups. Explore our website to find...
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Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park
Greenfield Valley Museum & Heritage Park
The 70 acre Greenfield Valley Heritage Park and its focal point, the Museum and Farm, is owned by Flintshire County Council and managed by The Greenfield Valley...
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Hawarden Estate
Hawarden Estate
Hawarden Estate Farm Shop is an award-winning farm shop set in 20 acres of farmed land. Its expert team grows, sources and sells the best food Britain has to offer, with much of the produce...
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Kerry Vale Vineyard
Kerry Vale Vineyard
Kerry Vale Vineyard is a small, family run, English vineyard situated on the Welsh / English border of rural Shropshire. Planted in 2010 and covering six acres of farmland, on what was ...
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