Woodhey Guest House
3* B&B in North Wales
Woodhey was built in the late 1800’s, situated in the Fairy Road conservation area. The property started life as a private house but has had many different uses over the years. The house has now been renovated to provide comfortable and spacious 3 star accommodation with a selection of unique rooms, excellent service, plenty of parking and a garden surrounded by trees.
Perfectly located, Woodhey Guest House is within walking distance of Wrexham’s shops, bars, restaurants and transport links. Wrexham is the largest town in North Wales and is approximately 40 minutes drive from both Manchester and Liverpool airports.
We have seven rooms in total, each unique with contemporary furnishings. Five of our rooms come with en-suite facilities. The single rooms available have ¾ beds to provide you with a more comfortable stay. All rooms are equipped with tea/coffee facilities, TVs and toiletries.
A selection of cereal, bread, fresh fruit and yoghurt and a full English breakfast cooked to order.
Guests are welcome to use our free WiFi.
Cot and highchair suitable for babies and toddlers are available on request.
Mature garden with plenty of seating for guests to enjoy on a sunny day.
Socialise, relax, read or watch TV in our communal lounge which features a French window opening onto the garden.
Rooms are serviced daily. To be more eco-friendly bed linens and towels are not changed daily but are always available on request.
Plenty of free parking for cars large and small.
Breakfast is served in our comfortable dining room. Guests are welcome to use this room for consumption of their own food.
Iron, hair dryer and straighteners are available on request.
SEE & DO
Art & Culture
Walk the historic Roman walls of Chester, visit medieval Chirk castle or take in stunning National Trust site Erddig Hall. Take a trip to Llangollen where you'll find world heritage site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and the annual international Eisteddfod music festival.
Snowdonia National Park is just an hour away. You can climb Mount Snowdon, go surfing at the world's first artificial surfing lagoon, take a ride on the Fforest coaster at Zip World Fforest or visit Bounce Below, a trampoline park in an abandoned slate mine.
Discover over 27,000 animals at Chester Zoo, one of the UK's largest zoos or visit the Blue Planet Aquarium, containing Europe's largest collection of sharks, both a short drive away.
Food & Drink
Wrexham has a proud brewing tradition with local lagers and ales still widely available. There's a range of restaurants and bars in the town centre, a short walk away.
Watch Wrexham AFC or the Wales national team at the world's oldest international football stadium, the Racecourse Ground.
Visit the bustling town centres of Wrexham and Chester, or go a little further afield to Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet or Liverpool ONE.
"This is my sixth or seventh visit to Woodhey and I can’t speak too highly of my stays here. Good food, clean rooms and lovely people. Wouldn’t stay anywhere else in Wrexham"