Erddig Hall (Wrexham) Reviews
Newest Review: ... I think we visited this property again and had more time we would probably take advantage of this. They seemed to have every combination you needed including mountain bike tandem bikes, bikes with child seats and tag along bikes the prices were based on an hourly rate I can't remember how much unfortunately You are then taken in via some of the out buildings to the main courtyard. Of this are a few exhibitions and outbuildings contain some farm machinery. The toilets and café are also of this square of out buildings. We choose at this time to visit the café as we were all hungry after a couple of hours in the car. Café ********** This i... more
Customer Erddig Hall (Wrexham) Reviews (3)
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 401 readings)
Why we visited ****************** We visited Erddig this September on holiday this National Trust property was a good half way stop for us on our way to North Wales from Yorkshire. As it was a stop of point we only had a couple of hours at the property which really with a property of this high standard is too short in hind sight but I think we will definitely revisited this property if we have the opportunity For the purpose of this review I am going to focus on some areas more than others this isn't a reflection of the quality of this tourist attraction merely a reflection of what we had time to do. Where is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09, updated on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 259 readings)
Last week I had a day out with some friends and decided to visit Erddig. I had passed signs to it on countless occasions, always promising myself I would visit. I am so glad I finally got round to it. It's a remarkable place! Erddig Hall is a National Trust property. Built in 1687 and owned by the Yorke family until given to the National Trust in 1973. It is situated 2 miles south of Wrexham. In North Wales. It's about one mile off the A483 exit 3. ~~~A daft bit, not strictly about Erddig, so miss it if you want.~~~ I had arranged with one of the three friends I went with, to suprise the other two by being there! They had no idea I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/02, updated on 13/10/02 (Very useful, 874 readings)
Now that I’ve finally hung up my football boots, my main form of exercise other than a brisk walk down to the local is my bright yellow mountain bike. Puffing and panting through our rather hilly village I’m not exactly a good advert for healthy exercise, so I tend to keep to the country lanes and in particular the local National Trust estate’s country park. It’s a lovely place to go biking – flat and relatively quiet, with lots of interesting things to see and the opportunity to do some ‘mildly adventurous’ off-roading. The place in question is Erddig Hall, which always reminds me of the late sixties when I first ... Read the complete review
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