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.
The Tyddyn Llan is an award-winning Michelin Star restaurant with accommodation, enjoying an idyllic rural location and beautiful gardens. The rooms have traditional decor and views of the Welsh hills. The restaurant serves the highest quality seasonal ingredients, including meat and fish from local estates and the Welsh coastline. Each room features a TV and DVD player, a docking station, a Nespresso Coffee machine, tea/coffee making facilities and Egyptian cotton sheets. The individual private bathroom in each room has luxury toiletries and a bathrobe and slippers. Tyddyn Llan’s comfortable lounges and snug bar boast a fireplace and large, relaxing sofas. Guests can enjoy the landscaped gardens, ornamental pond and drink tea on the terrace. The picturesque mountainous countryside of the Snowdonia National Park is a 5-minute drive away.
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.