Ruabon to Erddig Hall

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A 4 mile ‘cycle route’ which takes you from the centre of Ruabon along country lanes and

‘B’ roads The National Trust property of Erddig Hall. The route is fairly flat and on tarmac surfaced roads Ruabon is a small welsh town situated on the outskirts of Wrexham which is best known for its ‘Ruabon Red Brick’ which was manufactured at the local Dennis Ruabon Brickworks.

Starting from the Wynnstay Hotel at the end of High Street , Ruabon cycle to your right along High Street and after about 200 yards TURN RIGHT on to New Hall Road which takes you through a housing estate and after a couple of hundred yards you are cycling along a country road. After about half a mile you come to a cross roads with the B5426. At the junction GO STRAIGHT AHEAD along Hafod Road

Cycle along Hafod Road past the old Dennis Ruabon Brickworks and continue along Hafod Road and after about a further 400 yards Hafod Road forks to the right and goes over the A483. Follow Hafod Road for 400 yards and then TURN RIGHT along a country lane which takes you 500 yards to the entrance to the estate of Errdig Hall. The end of your cycle ride.

Erddig Hall is run by The National Trust and is situated on the outskirts of Wrexham. It was built in 1684–1687 for Joshua Edisbury. You can enjoy a visit to the hall or explore the garden and grounds of the estate. The National Trust also offer bike hire on the estate.

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