For the Night Owls!
*Top Tip– Get your fancy footwear on and dress to impress! Be aware if there is a big Wales rugby game on, the pubs can be very busy, but a great atmosphere. Also look out for the volunteer street pastors, who are on hand with free flip flops, plasters and a helping hand if needed.
If you are going to be sampling some cocktails tonight, remember to drink sensibly.
Late afternoon check-in to TheLemon Tree Restaurant with Rooms (SAT NAV – LL11 2LP) www.thelemontree.org.uk and enjoy a G&T in the bar before sitting down for dinner in their grade II listed neo-gothic restaurant.
First stop – Ty Pawb for a bit live music, comedy and a well-stocked bar of local artisan craft bears and gins. Check out their website to see what’s on www.typawb.wales
Short 5 minute walk to the award winning The Fat Boar Wrecsam (www.thefatboarwrecsam.co.uk).
After sampling some fancy cocktails, head around the corner onto the lively high street and discover the Bank Bar– well known for formally being a bank.
If you still have the energy by this point, there are a number of places to pull some shapes on the dance floor such as; Atik (70’s inspired multi coloured dancefloor), the Parish or The Iron Works to name a few.
To get you back to the hotel safely, we recommend you phone Yellow Cars 01978 286286.
Top Tip – Paracetamol, plenty of water and fresh air!
Once you have surfaced, enjoy a hearty Welsh breakfast and a selection of fruit juices at the Lemon Tree, or if in need of some fresh air, take a walk to Hill Street in Wrexham Town, where you will find Lot11 Café. Or if an award winning café is your thing, check out Bank Street Social.
OR if you have had a little lie in and missed breakfast, return to The Fat Boar Wrecsam on Yorke Street offer a brunch with a twist and include choices of bloody Mary’s and other tonics.
Whilst in Wrexham, check out ‘This is Wrexham’ Facebook page for details on monthly street food festivals, music events and Church tower climbs and much more.