The Cottage at Woodbank is the ideal base to explore North Wales, Chester and Shrophsire's historical towns.
Literally on your doorstep is the Llangollen Canal and direct access to the Offa's Dyke long distance footpath and of course the World Heritage Aqueduct. The area is great for for walking, cycling, water sports and other outdoor activities. There are boats trips over the canal and you can also hire day boats.
A local shop and pub with restaurant are just a few minutes stroll away.
The world famous town of Llangollen is a ten minute drive away and offers many natural and man made wonders - mountains, the white waters of the spectacular River Dee with fishing available at dedicated points, a canal with horse-drawn barges, the very popular Steam Railway, the Horseshoe Pass and Horseshoe Falls. It is also home to the renowned International Eisteddfod Music Festival. There are a wealth of restaurants, cafe's and bars catering for every taste. Langollen truly offers a perfect day out.
If you are in need of some some retail therapy the medieval towns of Chester and Shrewsbury are within easy reach both offering a wide range of high street and independent shops.
Snowdonia National Park with its magnificent scenery and wide range of outdoor activities is a short drive away as is Chester Zoo.
For those with an interest in the area's history, the National Trust properties at Chirk Castle and Erddig Hall are both very close.
This is just the beginning - as one of our recent visitors put it, "What a location!"
There are good transport links in the area with train stations at Ruabon and Chirk with very easy access to Birmingham via Shrewsbury and Liverpool and Manchester via Chester. Regular bus services link Trevor to these stations as well as Wrexham and Llangollen and the surrounding villages.