Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 9-bedroom Victorian Town House Hotel with river and mountain views. The relaxed B&B is centrally located for exploring beautiful North Wales. Built in 1888 as the family home of the Sheriff of Denbigh, this fascinating courtyard house nestles in the wooded slopes of the Berwyns on the edge of Corwen between Betws-y-Coed, Llangollen, and Bala. The 19th century splendor of our William Morris decor is complemented by 21st century services including free wireless internet access.
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms offers accommodations in Corwen. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. A flat-screen TV and DVD player, as well as an iPod docking station are available. There is room service at the property. Chester is 29 miles from Tyddyn Llan with Rooms, and Wrexham is 21 miles from the property. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 37 miles away.
Ty Crwn Bach Idris is a very comfortable yurt with spectacular views which can easily accommodate four people. It has a double bed and a double sofa bed. It is beautifully furnished with lovely linens, wall hangings, rugs and fairy lights creating a warm and magical space. The log cabin near the yurt contains a full kitchen (including gas cooker, electric fridge, toaster, sink with hot and cold water), dining area and shower room with power shower, flushing toilet and sink. If you'd like to experience real eco living then a compost loo can be made available along with an outdoor cooking area and shower cubicle. The log cabin facilities are occasionally used by us and guests staying in our larger yurt about 30m away but screened by trees/bushes and with its own seating area, fire pit etc. The other yurt accommodates six more guests, and is available if you would like to have a larger group come to stay. Exclusive use of the cabin facilities (or the whole site) is possible if you want total privacy. There would be extra costs associated with arranging this. There is a wood burning stove which heats up the space very quickly and is perfect for boiling the kettle for a warming cuppa or making a pan of tasty soup/stew. All pots/pans, crockery and cutlery, mugs and glasses are provided. We simply ask that you wash them before you leave. The yurt is light and airy with a clear round glass opening window in the roof and a south facing stable door to help keep things cool on sunny days and hot summer nights. The floor and walls are insulated so it's toasty even in the coldest of winters. The covered deck outside the yurt provides somewhere sheltered to sit and enjoy the BBQ or the fire pit, although there are grassy areas to use if you would prefer. In keeping with the ethos of our home, we have tried to use reclaimed/recycled/up cycled materials wherever possible. There is also a BBQ and a fire pit. So some wood from the forest and light a are glamping after all!!! There are standard electrical sockets in the yurt and low energy lighting there and in the bathroom/kitchen which all run off renewable energy sources. So by staying in Ty Crwn Bach Idris you will be doing your bit to reduce pollution and carbon emissions. If you need assistance with anything just ask. We are here to help and glad to do so;-)
Ty Cerrig Cottage is a vacation home located in Corwen just 27 miles from Chester. The property features views of the mountains and is 27 miles from Llandudno. Free WiFi is available and free private parking is available on site. There is a dining area and a kitchen complete with an oven, a microwave and toaster. A flat-screen TV is provided. Wrexham is 20 miles from Ty Cerrig Cottage, and Betws-y-coed is 16 miles from the property. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 34 miles away.
Our old police station is a unique and characterful Grade II listed building situated in the Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This notable town house has been lovingly renovated and restored into luxury self catering accommodation for up to eight guests, ideal for families, couples and small groups. The Old Police Station has four bedrooms with super king zip and link beds and benefits from three modern bathrooms, there is a lounge/ dining room and also accommodated in the original cells there is a bespoke kitchen, utility/ drying room and snug, complete with peephole doors and vaulted ceilings. The interior corridor still retains its barred gate and outside what was the original exercise yard is now a walled courtyard garden, equipped with BBQ, table and chairs it is a unique space surrounded by walls of Welsh stone that is ideal for your al fresco dining or pre-dinner drinks. There is also private parking for two cars and bike/storage facilities. I hope that my enthusiasm for the area is infectious; Not only do we have great cycling and mountain biking in the area, there are also lots of other things to do from fabulous walks, historic castles, buildings and gardens, market towns, canals, heritage railway, high ropes, canoeing, climbing, fishing. you name it, we have it, all within a stunning setting of the beautiful Dee Valley, one of the best landscapes in Europe. Home to Owain Glyndwr one of the most important Celtic Princes the surrounding area contains much of cultural and historic interest and after an exhausting day of exploring retire to the comfy sofas around the wood burner. The cosy lounge area is a wonderful place to enjoy the simple pleasures of reading, playing board games, listening to your favourite music or just catching up with friends and the town of Corwen with its shops and places to eat and drink just on your doorstep.
Located in Llandrillo, this vacation home and is 30 miles from Chester. The property is 21 miles from Wrexham and free private parking is featured. There is a dining area and a kitchen equipped with oven. A TV is available. There is a private bathroom with a bathtub or shower. Betws-y-coed is 18 miles from Bryn Awel, and Llangollen is 12 miles from the property. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 38 miles away.
Stable Cottage is a vacation home is located in Corwen in Clwyd and and is 28 miles from Chester. It provides free private parking. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher and an oven and there is a private bathroom. A TV is featured. Llandudno is 28 miles from Stable Cottage, and Wrexham is 20 miles away. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 35 miles from the property.
The Owain Glyndwr is a historic building dating back to 1329 and named after Owain Glyndwr, the legendary Prince of Wales. It boasts a restaurant, a bar and free Wi-Fi. The Owain Glyndwr Hotel overlooks Corwen Town Square on route A5 (London to Holyhead), in North Wales, 10 miles west of Llangollen. The hotel’s restaurant has a menu made of fresh, local produce. Guests can enjoy the log fire in the Saddle Bar and a good breakfast is served every morning. The rooms at the The Owain Glyndwr Hotel date back to the 16th-century and all have a private bathroom. They also feature tea and coffee making facilities.
Hafannedd is a converted 17th century woollen mill on the banks of the River Clwyd, within easy reach of North Wales' major attractions. It has two letting units - the Mill, within the former mill building, and a separate Cottage in the grounds. VisitWales 4* rated and also VisitWales Walkers and Cyclists Welcome Awards. Enclosed grounds include a paddock for games, barbecue, seating and ample parking. Laundry and drying room with free wi-fi throughout. All units are centrally heated and have wood-burning stoves. Prices include welcome pack of basic foodstuffs. Flexible bookings - minimum stay 2 nights except during school holidays when a one week minimum applies. Check out our website for full details.