Hi friends! We are nearing the end of Blog Everyday in May, can you believe it? As we get to the end I thought it would be fun to share a little insider knowledge visiting our we live. Now, I’ve blogged about living here in North Wales, and typically I swoon over the beauty and the history. There are plenty wonderful days out, that I could go on and on. In fact if you do have a trip to this nook of the world, be sure to check out some of my archives!
For today’s post, I thought I woul share three easy breezy visits here in Wrexham or Chester. Are you ready? Here we go!
Visit National Trust Property of Erddig
Erddig is one of my favorite spots here in North Wales. Think Downton Abbey but on a smaller scale. The house has such an interesting history, the life of the servants documented in letters and stories wonderfully. Another wonderful detail is that the home features all of the original belongings of the family that lived in the house, even the toys in the nursery. How delightful!
Stroll through Chester Town Center
Speaking of delightful, head into Chester and simply stroll through the town center. There are great resturants and pubs, some even older than America! (Either that says something on how old the pubs are or how young America is!) There are Roman ruins throughout town, and it makes fore a great day out.
Visit Chester Cathedral
While you are strolling through Chester, make a point to pop into the Chester Cathedral. The interior of the Chester Cathedral has stunning stained glass windows, beautiful architecture and you can even now climb to the top. (If you don’t mind small spaces or heights!)
Of course there are lovely spots to visit that are little bit further away, such as the coast or castles. But for what I would recommend right in Wrexham and Chester, these are my top picks!
I can’t wait to read your advice for visiting where you live! Did my top three spots make you want to come visit?