Llys Y Coed is located in Rhosrobin, just outside of the popular Wrexham Town Centre between the welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley. This urban area has excellent independent shops, well regarded schools and beautiful scenic walks and bike trails. Whether you’re a first time buyer, growing a family or looking for your forever home, Llys Y Coed has the ideal home for you with easy access to Chester, Wrexham and North Wales Coast, making it great for commuters as well as families.
If you are moving home with a young family, ensuring they get a great education is key. Luckily there are plenty of outstanding schools nearby. Primary schools near Rhosrobin include Ysgol Wat's Dyke, Brynteg County School, Rhosddu Primary School, Ysgol Heulfan and The Rofft C.P. School. For a good high school education, Ysgol Morgan Llwyd, St Joseph's Catholic And Anglican High and Castell Alun High School are all a short drive away. If you are interested in further education, find your future at Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Rhosrobin is a small village less than 10 minutes away from Wrexham and less than 30 minutes away from Chester. The number 33 bus passes through the village which links Wrexham and Llay. Rhosrobin once had its own railway station, Rhosribin Holt, on the Great Western Railway's main line. Now, excellent transport links can be found in Wrexham, just 10 minutes away. Wrexham General Station makes it easy to reach Liverpool, Chester, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, London and more with ease. The A55 expressway is also easily accessible, linking you to Chester and the North Wales coast.
As a small village, Rhosrobin doesn’t have anywhere to eat out within the village. However, there are plenty of places to dine nearby. The well known, Pant yr Ochain is a short drive away. Harvest Vegetarian in Bradley offers delicious Chinese takeaway meals while Humble and Whole bakery sell a variety of freshly baked snacks made from natural and locally sourced ingredients. Just a 20 minute walk away from Rhosrobin is the Railway Inn pub in Rhosddu. They host various karaoke and quiz nights as well as showcasing popular sports matches. And, of course, Rhosrobin is less than 10 minutes away from Wrexham where there are a whole host of restaurants to choose from.
Just 10 minutes away from Wrexham, the largest town in North Wales, there are plenty of leisure activities to enjoy. Erddig National Trust is a historic house surrounded by walled gardens which offers plenty of beautiful walks. Watch the Wrexham football team, one of the oldest football clubs in the world, play a match or visit the Gothic St Giles’ Church. Enjoy days outdoors a little further afield in Snowdonia National Park or head to Chester to spend the day exploring the walled city.