The Lemon Tree - Restaurant with Rooms

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The Lemon Tree - Restaurant with Rooms

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The historical market town of Wrexham is where we find the stunning Grade 11 Listed, Lemon Tree hotel. The overall impression as you arrive is one of awe, at the intricate and elegant neo-gothic architecture. The hotel offers 18 fully equipped, spacious and sophisticated rooms, beautifully decorated in a harmonious blend of antique and modern. Perfect for a little bit of escapism, but with a touch of luxury. All rooms are En-Suite with free wifi, and all amenities are provided for guests. A delicious freshly cooked breakfast awaits you when you wake, and indeed, the dining experience really is amazing here and extremely popular, so make sure you book in advance. All produce is locally sourced, spanking fresh and all served with an interesting twist. The staff are lovely and welcoming and serve everything from a decent pint to exotic cocktails.

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Contact Us

29 Rhosddu Road, ,
Wrexham, Denbighshire , LL11 2LP

01978 261211




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