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Wireless access points with Ethernet ports tend to be more expensive than those that don't have the ports.
If cost is important it may be best to use a four port switch which costs about £12 and a wireless access point which vary in price from about £25 upwards depending on if you want dual band etc. The down side is that you will need to have an electrical socket for both or an electrical dual adaptor.
Or alternatively, if you have a spare hub/router lying about, you can use that by disabling DHCP, giving it an IP address outside of the DHCP range of the hub and connecting the 2 boxes LAN port to LAN port.