Wrenbury Apartments (Cheshire)
Location: Wrenbury Mill, Wrenbury, Nr Nantiwich, Cheshire, CW5 8HG
Phone: 01270 780 544 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have two stylish 2 bedroom apartments located in the lovely Cheshire countryside. The holiday apartments are on the first floor of the Wrenbury Mill building, with beautiful views of passing boats in one direction and a traditional country pub the other.
The accommodation consists of a lounge with dining area, a modern fully equipped kitchen, 2 spacious bedrooms that can be configured as a double or 2 singles and a bathroom with shower. It is well located, with many attractions nearby including Beeston castle, Cheshire ice cream farm, Hack Green secret Nuclear Bunker and Cholmondeley Castle Gardens.
If you book any of these apartments, you’ll be entitled to 25% discount off our Day Hire at Whitchurch Marina (30 min drive away).
Wrenbury apartment is all on one floor on the second story of the main building next to the marina. The apartment consists of a lounge / diner, fully equipped kitchen, and bathroom with shower. There are two bedrooms one with twin beds and one with a double. In the lounge there is a Freeview TV / DVD player and a music centre.
Views from the apartment consist of the main marina and the stunning Llangollen canal.
The apartments have central heating. Parking is provided in the marina car park.
There is no smoking inside the property. No pets allowed.
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If you are looking for an exciting day out, Beeston Castle, just a 15 minute drive away from Wrenbury Mill, is well worth a visit. Incredible views over the Cheshire countryside reward those brave enough to take the steep walk up to the top of the castle, or the 40 acres of surrounding woodland offer a huge variety of different walks and trails around the park to suit everyone’s taste. The castle museum is also not to be missed, and if visiting with children, special event days that are held throughout the year are particularly impressive, with entertainment such as exciting battle demonstrations and archery competitions. More details >
Slightly further, but definitely worth the trip, the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm is a firm family favourite. A 25 minute drive away from Wrenbury Mill, the farm is open from 10am daily and offers not only over 50 flavours of award winning ice cream, but a huge range of both indoor and outdoor activities. As well as a chance to create your own ice cream in the artisan ice cream parlour, it is home to Europe’s largest indoor sand and water play area, an adventure golf course, an animal farm, JCB digger activities, quad biking and separate fun centres, aimed at toddlers, young children and adolescents. More Info >
For an exciting, yet informative day out, the Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker is a great all-weather attraction for the whole family, only a 10 minute drive from the marina. The huge 35,000sqft underground complex with it’s labyrinth of corridors remained secret for over 50 years, but is today open to the public as an exciting and eye-opening insight into what life was like in a secret defence headquarters during the cold war. It is home to the largest public display of nuclear weapons in Europe, offers many hands on activities, as well as videos and information throughout. More Info >
f you’re looking for a relaxing activity to occupy a few hours on a sunny day, a walk around the Cholmondeley Castle Gardens is highly recommended. At nearly 240 hectares, there are countless walks and trails all over the park, through woodland, the arboretum, by the lakeside or in the gardens of the house itself. There are designated areas to let your dog run free, play areas for children, picnic areas and even a farm park with Pygmy Goats, Alpacas and Llamas. As well as a beautiful chapel, tearooms and farm shop offering quality local products. More Info >
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Tel: +44 1270 780537 Website: Click here
We’re a popular traditional country pub, restaurant & farm shop situated on the Llangollen Canal in the rural village of Wrenbury. Our pub offers a relaxed & friendly atmosphere within a period building dating to the mid eighteenth century. Originally a Corn Mill, converted in the mid 1970’s a lot of the original features are retained.
Well known for its canal side location, the large arched windows provide a perfect setting to watch the passing boats as they head towards their destination.
Tel: 01948 666870
The Swan Inn at Marbury is a classic English farmhouse pub, serving traditional home-cooked pub food Tuesday – Sunday. The pub is located only half a mile from the Llangollen canal, so is popular with boaters, cyclists and walkers. The pub is also dog friendly and has a beer garden, a paddock of horses and a 200 year old oak tree on its site.
9 Mill Street
Tel: 01270 629100 Website: Click here
The Residence Restaurant & Bar is a multi-award winning establishment, located in the elegant Regency building in the town centre of Nantwich. It opens from 11am daily, Monday to Saturday serving a variety of quality food and drink in its smart mirrored dining room and beautifully furnished bar area. The Restaurant also offers various deals throughout the week, please see website for more details of particular events on specific days.
Tel: 01270 524 223 Website: Click here
The Thatch at Faddiley is a charmingly rustic country pub serving traditional home-cooked meals using locally produced food 6 days a week (Tuesday – Sunday). Menus include both light bites and full meals, which can be enjoyed either inside the friendly pub or outside in the beer garden. The pub offers free wifi for all customers and also holds various events throughout the year.
Tel: 01270 780 377 Website: Click here
The Cotton Arms is the oldest pub in Wrenbury village. Part of the existing building dates back to the 16th century, where it is believed that, curiously, ships’ timbers were used to provide the structural beams. A tributary of the River Weaver flows directly through the pub’s cellar. Some say that this was once used to cool the beer before modern refrigeration. Prior to developments in the early 1900s, the pub could only cater for eight people, with stabling for up to five horses.
Nowadays, we are pleased to afford our guests more spacious surroundings, in addition to home-cooked traditional British meals and a wide range of real ales. Those adhering to a special diet are very welcome.
Cholmondeley, NR Malpas
Tel: 01829 720300 Website: Click here
Set in beautiful Cheshire countryside adjacent to Cholmondeley Castle, the Cholmondeley Arms is probably one of England’s most unique pubs. It sits inside a former Victorian village schoolhouse on Lord Cholmondeley’s estate. Dating back to 1862 the school was converted in 1988 and it was the first public house on the estate for over a century!
33 London Road
Nantwich, CW5 6LJ
Tel: 01270 611497 Website: Click here
The Leopard was acquired by Joule’s Brewery in 2012. The pub was originally built in 1880 by Taylor Walker to a very high spec’ in the style of an Edwardian hunting lodge and to an unusually high quality, especially the fine leaded glass adorned with African hunting shields, this lead Joule’s Brewery to research the pub’s history and to find the Taylor Walker designer’s penchant for both hunting lodge and country house design. The pub was also once the headquarters, changing rooms and home to Nantwich Football Club.
Tel: 01270 623522 Website: Click here
Set in the quaint rural village of Ravensmoor, one and a half miles to the south-west of Nantwich, Cheshire, the Farmers Arms is your typical village pub.
Your hosts Jane and Dean Groom acquired the pub in 2003, and have built up an excellent reputation for homemade food, served either in the Restaurant, Bar, Patio or Gardens (weather permitting), coupled with a comprehensive range of Real Ales, fine Wines, Spirits, and soft drinks. Service is always accompanied with a smile, and only uses locally sourced products.
The Llangollen Canal
The dizzying Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, which carries the canal over the River Dee, is a must-see. This remarkable feat of canal engineering is 125 feet high, and the canal is unprotected on one side, giving the impression of a sheer drop from a narrowboat. The structure is deservedly a World Heritage Site. Elsewhere, the rural
Llangollen Canal is also popular with walkers, particularly at beauty spots such as Horseshoe Falls and Blake Mere. Following the canal to the Llangollen end will take you into the rolling foothills of Snowdonia.