We stayed for one night on our way to visit friends. The room was better equipped with chairs tables TV, bedside tables etc than either a Travelodge or a premier inn. The beds were comfortable and spotlessly clean. The bathroom was a little tired and needed decorating.. Coffee and tea making facilities good. We did not have a meal in the restaurant although the menu seemed quite reasonably priced.. The location of the hotel was ideal for visiting Chester or Wrexham and parking facilities good. The rooms are separate from the hotel more like a motel . Although fully booked we were not disturbed by noise or traffic noise. Will use this hotel whenever we visit the area again
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Refurbished in the summer of 2014, the Trevor Arms is a delightful 16th-century pub, a focal point within the village of Marford on the North Welsh Borders equidistant between Chester and Wrexham. Marford is a very attractive area in a picturesque and peaceful setting, covering some 750 acres, where the hills of North Wales meet the vast plains of Cheshire. Distant landmarks that can be seen clearly from Marford include Eaton Hall, Chester Town Hall and Cathedral. Beyond that on the low broad plain, the Peckforton hills form the skyline with the outcrop of rock at Beeston crowned with its castle. The hotel backs on to a site of special scientific interest, Marford Quarry, and is an ideal start point for outdoor activities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Trevor Arms Wrexham, Wales