Grove Guest Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

36 Chester Road
Wrexham
Clwyd
Wales
LL11 2SD

Grove Guest Hotel, Wrexham

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Grove a superb 3 star Guest House with Hotel style service is located centrally and within walking distance of the Town Centre. Modernised and exceptionally clean rooms offering FREE and easy Car parking, FREE wifi .

A superb location on the fringe of Wrexham Town Centre Grove Guest Hotel with easy walking access to public transport network and easy parking our Guest House is set in a tree lined, leafy and very desirable residential area of Wrexham Town. A warm welcome is offered to ALL. • Friendly • Central Location to walk to Town and ameneties • Near Chester • Near Bus and Train station (walking distance) • Free WiFi • Large FREE Car Park with lighting • ALL En-suite room PLEASE NOTE: ARRIVAL TIME MUST BE BY 9M UNLESS BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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