Capt. Rayner's Room is decorated and furnished in the Georgian style. There's a comfortable four poster double bed with hand built individually sprung matress, William Morris Liberty velvet drapes and bed cover, marino wool blankets, goose down douvet and pillows. The bed is flanked by a Georgian commode and a small Georgian bachelors chest of draws with brushing slide; both with table lamps. A single put-me-up bed suitable for a child is also available for use in this room. A Georgian bureau bookcase provides space to write letters and to work; the bookcase is well stocked with a wide range of books. There is a well stocked hospitality tray with a large selection of teas, coffee, malted & chocolate drinks as well as Welsh spring water and biscuits. Also in your room are a comfortable wing arm chair and three seater Georgian sofa to lounge in and a Georgian corner chair to sit on whilst working. For your entertainment there's a BOSE music system with integral CD player, alarm clock radio and bluetooth connectivity, a flat screen freeview TV with integral DVD player and a selection of books, magazines and board games. There are two walk in wardrobes, containing ironing facilities and trouser press. Free Wi-Fi is available in your room and there is access to a Wi-Fi multifunction printer located in the hall.
The en-suite bathroom has a large double ended bath with shower above, period wash hand basin with marble splash back and WC. This large bathroom has ample cupboard space for clothing and can double as a dressing room. There's also a chair, dressing table and mirror. A hair dryer is provided, but you are advised not to use it in the bathroom for safety reasons. Soft fluffy towels are provided in a number of sizes along with flanel and bathrobes. A range of Molton Brown toiletries are provided so you can pamper yourself along with Radox bubble bath so you can take a long bubbly hot soak and relax.
The Oak Room is so called because of its impressive Jacobean 4 poster oak double bed with crewel drapes and bed cover, and period oak bedroom furniture. The room is decorated and furnished in the late 17th early 18th century style with a Bath stone fireplace. An early Georgian corner cupboard contains, glasses, crockery and a selection of spring water, teas, coffee, malted and chocolate drinks. Biscuits are also provided. Beneath is an antique oak tea table with cafeteria and tea pot. A bureau provides a selection of local interest information and a work surface with table lamp where you can write letters or work on your computer. Free Wi-Fi is available in the room and there is access to a Wi-Fi printer in the hall way. For your clothes there's an early Georgian wardrobe and a chest of draws. A large Georgian wing arm chair provides comfortable seating and there is a small arm chair at the bureau. For your entertainment there's a BOSE music system with CD player and integral alarm clock radio, a flat screen freeview TV with integral DVD player, books, magazines and board games. This room has its own private bathroom which has a large double ended bath with traditional Victorian style shower over it. The bath panel is an original 16th century gothic panel taken from a coffer. There's also an oak vanity unit with white marble top inset with a hand basin above which is an oak mirror, along side this is a W.C. The dressing table is an early oak table with Queen Anne dressing mirror flanked by wall lights and a hair dryer. A selection of Molton Brown toiletries are provided so you can pamper yourself along with Radox bubble bath so you can take a long hot bubbly relaxing soak. Soft fluffy towels are provided in a number of sizes along with face flannel and bathrobes.
Worthenbury Manor, an Alistair Sawday's Special Place To Stay and one of 'Britain's Finest', provides luxury 5 star B&B accommodation and meals cooked using home grown and seasonal local produce. TripAdviser Service Excellence, Top Rated by LateRooms & Visit Wales 5* Gold award. Book on this web site, our prices aren't cheaper elsewhere.
Both of our luxury individually furnished period rooms have 4 poster beds, BOSE music systems with alarm clock radio, Freeview TV with DVD player, hair dryer, ironing facilities and a generous hospitality tray. Both bathrooms have a large bath tub, shower, Molton Brown toiletries for pampering, fluffy towels and bathrobes. Guests have their own entrance and a private sitting room with comfy sofas, local magazines, books, TV, DVDs & a log fire; there's also a garden to relax in. Breakfast and, if requested, supper is served in the oak paneled dining room.
Arrange to have flowers, chocolates and champagne in your room for that special occasion or book a 2 night romantic break offer from £180.
Worthenbury Manor, on the B5069 in Worthenbury, between the A41 and the A525, is close to Bangor on Dee, Carden, Farndon, Iscoyd Park, Malpas, Overton, Whitchurch and Wrexham Industrial Estate. Chester and Llangollen are 17 miles away and Shrewsbury is 28 miles. This is a good holiday center from which to explore Cheshire, North Wales and North Shropshire. Locally there are good opportunities for fishing, walking, & cycling. Golf courses at Carden Park, Llangollen, Wrexham, Plassey Oaks, Clays, & Oswestry.
There are also a number of local activity centres that provide quad biking, off road 4X4 driving and archery. Visit numerous National Trust Properties, gardens and steam railways. Alternatively visit the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct World Heritage Site or go horseracing at Bangor on Dee and Chester. Oulton Park motor racing is only 25 miles away.
Your hosts, Ian & Liz warmly invite you to share their home and enjoy the local are
Worthenbury Manor is a grade 2 listed building with many original features which has made it difficult to adapt for guests with special needs. Regretfully The Manor is not accessible for wheelchair users. All guests are offered help with luggage on arrival and departure. Please see our access statement.