Wrexham county is surrounded by natural beauty in every direction.
Situated in northeast Wales and centred on the town of Wrexham is Wrexham Country.
Wrexham town itself has been transformed into a shopper’s paradise whilst retaining the charm of the old streets, arcades and markets – the Monday market is the largest in North Wales. Once a month is the Wrexham Street Carnival breathing life and colour into its streets. The town offers a wide selection of cafes, bars and restaurants serving award-winning coffee and fine local produce in trendy and stylish settings.
Within walking distance from the town centre, you can find yourself in 1,200 acres of National Trust Erddig Hall. Explore a much loved home, wall garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants.
Slightly further afield, admire the 18-arched Pontcysyllte Aqueduct carrying the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee or better yet, enjoy cruising on-board a narrowboat as you pass over. The county also offers many country parks with paths and trails to be discovered such as Alyn Waters and Ty Mawr Country Park. Caergwrle Castle, a short drive from Wrexham is well worth a visit for the spectacular views over the area.
Wrexham is a great location for you and your family to put down roots.