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Welcome to Rossett Hall Hotel

Address: Chester Road, Rossett, Pulford, LL12 0DE

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Rossett Hall is situated amid private grounds in the attractive village of Rossett, with its 2 working water mills. The hall itself was built in 1750 by future Mayor of London James Boydell, who was at this stage Sheriff to the local Harwarden estate, belonging to the family of future prime minister William Gladstone. The site has since hosted prime ministerial visits, and was also - according to local legend - where Lord Nelson courted Emma Hamilton when visiting the area. The house boasts an ornate sandstone cantilever staircase, which was designed by a Flemish architect who was captured during the Napoleonic war. The central hall has since been respectfully expanded to incorporate a wide variety of modern facilities. The 3 easily accesible conference suites have ample natural daylight. Each is equipped with an OHP, flip chart and audio-visual equipment. Varying sizes mean the hotel can offer a tailored solution to any occasion - the Allington Suite, for example, can easily accommodate up to 100 dinner party guests. Wedding parties are a speciality of the hotel. The hotel's restaurant-bar, 'Oscars', is fully air conditioned and serves only freshly prepared food.

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Airbus UK Football Club - Football Club

Airbus UK Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.19 miles (6.7 km)
Formed in 1946 the works team of the Aerospace giant have been variously known as de Havilands, Hawker Siddeley, British Aerospace and BAE Systems. In keeping with the variety of names, Airbus have competed both in England - in the Chester & District League - and Wales as befits as club located close to the border town of Chester. In 1992 the Welsh National League (Wrexham area) Second Division title was won after a remarkable season which culminated in 28 wins from 34 matches, 130 goals scored and a 19 point margin over second placed Gresford Athletic reserves. Following four seasons in the First Division a runners up place to Wrexham colts in 1996 resulted in promotion to the Premier Division.

Glyndwr University - Wrexham - University

Glyndwr University - Wrexham - University

Distance 4.69 miles (7.5 km)
Glyndŵr University is a vibrant, friendly place where each student's learning and future is given personal attention.

The facilities are excellent, as you'd expect from a university that values the spirit of enterprise and puts employability at the heart of everything it does. Courses are designed to provide employers with exactly what they're looking for and many have been created with their direct input. Support, both in helping students plan their careers and their lives outside of the world of work, is always on hand via our careers team, as well as other expert advisers and counsellors.

Wrexham University - University

Wrexham University - University

Distance 4.69 miles (7.5 km)
Glyndŵr University is the youngest university in Wales - a new educational institution that champions the spirit of enterprise and an outward-facing philosophy. This heralds an exciting new era for Wrexham, Wales, the borderlands and the academic world.

Wrexham Football Club - Football Club

Wrexham Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.75 miles (7.59 km)
For a number of years the ground had only three sides, with one side being open, following the demolition of the old Mold Stand. In 1999 this situation was rectified with the opening of the Pryce Griffiths Stand (after the former Wrexham Chairman). This is a single tiered all seater stand that has greatly improved the overall ground appearance. It is semi circular in design with a capacity of 3,500 seats. The other side, The Sainsbury's Stand, is a fair sized two tiered covered stand, which is now all seated, having previously had terracing at the front. One end, the Kop End, is a medium sized covered terrace, partly covered (to the rear) and is for home supporters.