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5 Star Historic Country House Luxury B&b In A Rural Location Near Wrexham, Whitchurch & Malpas. The Wedding Venues Of Iscoyed Park, Cardon Park & Combermere Abbey Are Close By. The Wrexham Industrial Estate And Chester Business Park Are Not Too Far Away.
Telephone - 01948 770342
Phone -01948 770342
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| Single from £50 to £65 and Double from £80 to £100 per night |
|There are two double rooms each with period 4 poster beds. Both period rooms have a writing bureau and tea table. There is a selection of teas, coffee and mineral water in each room with traditional biscuits.
A FreeView TV with DVD player, BOSE music system with alarm clock radio and free Wi-Fi is provided in each room. Both rooms have a private bathroom with large double ended bath with shower above, fluffy towels & bath robes along with Molton Brown toiletries.
Check our web site for consecutive night discounts and romantic breaks.
|CAPTAIN RAYNER'S GEORGIAN BEDROOM EN-SUIT - Capt. Rayner's Room has a grand 4 poster bed in the Hepplewhite Style with Liberty William Morris drapes. This room has a BOSE music system with integral alarm clock radio, FreeView TV with integral DVD player and free Wi-Fi access. The room is furnished with Georgian furniture including a bureau bookcase, sofa and wing arm chair. A selection of teas, coffee, chocolate and malted drinks and mineral water are provided. The en-suit bathroom has a large bath with shower above, period wash basin, fluffy bath robes and towels. There is also a selection of Molton Brown toiletries.|
|OAK PANELLED DINING ROOM - Dinner can be provided by prior arrangement, either a private candle lit dinner for two as part of a romantic break, or a small dinner party for you and your friends. Our dinner menu reflects seasonal available local and home grown produce. A menu is sent to you prior to your arrival so you can make your choices and we will source the ingredients and cook them freshly for you.
Breakfast also features local produce and is also served in the Oak Dining Room.
|THE OAK ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM - The Oak Room has a fine Jacobean 4 poster bed and has a selection of late 17th and early 18th century furniture including a writing bureau and wing arm chair. The room provides guests with a selection of teas, coffee, chocolate and malted drinks and mineral water. There is a FreeView TV with DVD player and a BOSE music system with integral alarm clock radio in the room and there is freee Wi-Fi access. Its bathroom has a large double ended bath with shower above, Molton Brown toiletries, bathrobes and marble wash basin.|
|WORTHENBURY MANOR ENTRANCE - Worthebury Manor is a grade 2 listed building in the William & Mary revival style. It was enlarged in 1890 for Crawshay-Bailey-Puleston the nephew of the 4th Baronet who lived at Emeral Hall. The Manor is located in the Welsh Marches bordering Cheshire, Shropshire and Wales, close to Wrexham, Bangor on Dee, Farndon, Malpas, Whitchurch and Overton. It is not far from the wedding venues, Cardon Park, Iscoeyd Park and Combermere Abbey. It is also 5 miles from Wrexham Industrial Estate and 18 miles from Chester Business Park.|
|WORTHENBURY MANOR SEEN FROM ACROSS THE FIELDS - Worthenbury Manor is in a tranquil rural location surrounded by mature trees in a conservation area. When weather permits sit in the garden and enjoy the wild life. We are members of Shropshire Wild Life Trust and encourage birds and insects into our garden. |
|WORTHENBURY MANOR SITTING ROOM - Guests have their own entrance, sitting room and can sit in the garden.
In the winter sit in the sitting room and toast your toes in front of the log fire and either watch the TV or a DVD. There are also a number of books and board games to keep you entertained. In the summer you can sit in the garden and enjoy the sun and the sound of birds singing.|