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Ryan Reynolds has been staying at luxury hotel after Wrexham games

Josh Lawless

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Ryan Reynolds has been staying at luxury hotel after Wrexham games

Ryan Reynolds has been staying in a four-star hotel after Wrexham games whenever he comes to watch the Dragons.

Having completed their takeover in 2021, Reynolds and co-chairman Rob McElhenney are regularly in attendance at the Racecourse ground despite their various ongoing ventures.

The duo are known to turn up at the iconic pub 'The Turf' and stay at the very same hotel whenever they come to town. According to The Mirror, the Hollywood stars can always be found at the four-star Carden Park estate in Cheshire, just ten miles from where Wrexham play their home games.

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The Sweden women's team stayed there during last year's Euro 2021 tournament and took advantage of the full-size football pitch available.

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Wrexham have also used the facilities, which include two championship golf courses and a £10 million spa - complete with sauna, swimming pool and hot tubs.

When the hit ITV show I'm A Celebrity aired from a castle in Wales, Mo Farah spent time winding down at Carden, which has a number of restaurants and bars.

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Carden Park

It's the definition of state-of-the-art and both Reynolds and McElhenney will have racked up quite the bill there across various trips.

But that could be about to change for Reynolds as the Deadpool star has reportedly bought a new £1.5 million home in the tiny village of Marford, which is home to just 2,500 people.

The house, where he is expected to live with his wife Blake Lively and their four kids, is just five miles from the Racecourse ground and has two pubs and a single co-op store.

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For Wrexham's last home game, the 46-year-old is said to have chartered a £100,000 private jet from Manchester to New York after the huge win over Notts County.

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Image: Alamy

Wrexham need six points from their final three games to secure automatic promotion to League Two and host Yeovil Town on Monday night.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy & Carden Park

Topics: Ryan Reynolds, Wrexham

Josh Lawless
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