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Chirk is one of the best preserved castles along the Welsh border. It was built by Roger Mortimer in 1295, and remodeled by Sir Thomas Myddelton in the late 16th century. The castle is set in beautiful parkland landscaped in the 18th century. The interior features sumptuous state rooms in neo-Classical style.

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Little Cow House, Chirk

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This charming, stone mid-terrace cottage is situated in the scattered hamlet of Pontfaen, near to Bronygarth and one mile from Chirk and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
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This semi-detached cottage is situated on the canal next to Chirk Aqueduct on the Welsh/English border and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
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