Hanmer Arms near Whitchurch
4 star en-suite accommodation, bar & restaurant
in Hanmer, Whitchurch, Shropshire
The Hanmer Arms
SY13 3DE
01948 830532
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Whitchurch, Shropshire

The Hanmer Arms is approximately 4.8 miles (10 minutes drive) from Whitchurch.

Whitchurch is a bustling market town in North Wales on the border between England and Wales, and the oldest continually inhabited community in Shropshire. Founded by the Romans who called it Mediolanum, meaning the place in the middle of the plain, Whitchurch has much history to explore and discover.

Although it is old, Whitchurch is not old fashioned, and it is also an ideal base for exploring Shropshire, Cheshire and North Wales. At the Whitchurch Heritage Centre you can see the oldest clock makers in the world, the JB Joyce tower clocks company, unearth Roman treasure and meet a musical knight - Sir Edward German, and the Victorian illustrator Randolph Caldecott.

There are many stunning buildings situated around Whitchurch including a fine Queen Anne Church - St Alkmund's, built in 1712 of red sandstone on the site of the earlier Norman church and an important Listed Grade One building, it is also where the heart of John Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, is buried under the porch (his dying request).

For those keen on the outdoors, the Jubilee Park in Whitchurch is the starting point for five long distance walking routes around the area - a great way to explore the local sights. Or try one of the many interesting town trails, including a Clock and Children's Town Mouse Trail!

Wrexham, Wales

Wrexham is the largest town in North Wales, situated between the Welsh mountains and just 12 miles from the Hanmer Arms in Shropshire. There is much to see and do in Wrexham, including the superb shopping facilities and many tourist attractions such as the Bangor on Dee Racecourse, the National Trust property and park - Erddig Hall (voted the UK's best historical house and 8th most popular historic site in 2007) the Science discovery centre and Wrexham County Museum, and Clywedog Valley with Minera Leadmines, Nant Mill and Bersham Ironworks set in a peaceful valley with good walks.

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