A hidden gem in Wrexham
We stayed as a family of 3 on a Friday night. Hotel staff were pleasant on arrival and gave instructions to get to our room. It is fair to say the hotel is very igglety pigglety and instructions involved up, down, around and back on yourself to get the room. It also happened to be the furthest room away in the world, and with a tired 3 year old it wasn't the greatest.
Once in the room we found they had prepared the bed for our little one and though dated, the room itself was fine. My only small issue would be that they only provided cups and biscuits for 2 though there were 3 of us. The bathroom was large in size but had seen better days. The window sill obviously hadn't been cleaned in some time and the blind was broken. The rest was absolutely fine.
We didn't eat at hotel restaurant and drove into Wrexham which has amazing shopping and eateries. Breakfast was £15 per head at hotel and we couldn't warrant an extra £45 for 3 of us.
We would defiantly stay at the hotel again and I know there are planned room upgrades so that will add some extra luxury to a hotel, that in all honesty, was a pleasant change from the usual 'high street' priced places.