When visiting Llangollen, The Mulberry Inn is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights at this upscale inn include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Pros: the fact that it was so central. the cleanliness of the hostel was first rate,
Cons: no complaints at all we definately would use the hostel again
Pros: The real feeling of relaxation; after an arduous 100mile bike ride from Brownhills West Midlands, to Llangollen Hostel, myself and two friends fealt right at home. We were welcomed with warm smiles and enthusiasm, within moments, fealt the calm the place and people create. We really couldnt have made a better choice. The bike ride took it toll, Llangollen Hostel ... and lots of rest of course, took it all away.
Cons: Thats the most rediculous question i have ever been asked. Ever.
Pros: Rani, our hostess, was most welcoming and helpful. We loved the kitchen, the cleanliness, the eating area, the little garden out front, the easy access to the car park, the location in Llangollen, it was so good it reminded us of hostels in New Zealand, which are the best in the world that I've seen.
Pros: pleasant friendly staff, loved the town . clean kitchen
Cons: noisy rooms and guests, shared toilet not a good feature . beds uncomfortable.too many people in the house for the facilaities.
Pros: Highly reccomended!
When visiting Llangollen, Llangollen Hostel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking, and free perks include continental breakfast and WiFi.
The Hand at Llanarmon is a great choice for a stay in Llangollen. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking, and free perks include full breakfast. This upscale inn also features a bar/lounge, a terrace, and a garden.
Adjacent to a golf course, Gales of Llangollen is a great choice for a stay in Llangollen. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day.
Located in Denbighshire, manorhaus Llangollen is minutes from Llangollen Bridge and Llangollen Scenic Railway. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Llangollen Canal Trail and Valle Crucis Abbey.
Stay in one of the guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions.
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
A complimentary full breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Free valet parking is available onsite.
Pros: The breakfast was very good, the staff were very helpful. West Arms has a very friendly atmosphere.
Pros: The whole experience was fabulous from start to finish. Log fires, comfy armchairs, superb food and staff for whom nothing was too much trouble. I'd unreservedly stay there again anytime and recommend the Hotel warmly. A wonderful opportunity to escape the bustle and relax.
Pros: Friendly atmosphere; Excellent food
Pros: The location is excellent; situated at the head of the Ceiriog Valley. we arrived very early but were made most welcome and shiown to our room desopite this. In fact, we recieved a room upgrade which was most apprecaited. The breakfast was of suoerb quality.
Pros: Very plesent staff, very friendly
Pros: Friendly and warm staff especially at breakfast
Pros: Food was good - but wait for dinner was far too long (over an hour). Location very pretty and remote
Cons: The room rate was far too high - i would expect boutique type standards for £150 per room per night. No return planned!! Plastic dispensers for toiletries? Please!
Pros: Warm, comfortable, atmosphere.
Pros: Quiet friendly Hotel and staff with no mobile phone reception! The Chef is out of this world.
Enjoy your visit to Llangollen with a stay at The West Arms. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
Enjoy your visit to Llangollen with a stay at Wild Pheasant Hotel. You can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy, and Yew Tree Restaurant serves lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms at this romantic hotel offer 24-hour room service and LED TVs.
The Chainbridge is sited in a unique spot between the spectacular Dee River, with it's racing white water and leaping salmon, and the Llangollen canal. The Chainbridge Hotel, is in one of the most picturesque places in Wales, in a valley of serene and natural beauty shielded by the Berwyn and Eglwysig mountains. Situated on the banks of the Dee River, about a 3 minute walk away are the Horseshoe Falls, the source of the famous Thomas Telford Shropshire Union Canal, which also runs alongside the Hotel. Across the river, steam trains pass every hour. The Restaurant offers romantic and magnificent panoramic views of the river. The Tudor Bar is situated in the original building and has black and white beams, with its Inglenook fireplace where you can also sit and watch the fishermen fish the river.
When visiting Llangollen, Cambrian Guest House is a great choice to consider. Guests can indulge in facials, and Beehive Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Flat-screen TVs and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Standing above a beautiful stretch of the River Dee, The Hand Hotel is close to the centre of the pretty market town of Llangollen. Our stunning riverside garden and old world charm provide an ideal romantic setting for couples, ample free parking and free wi-fi also makes The Hand ideal for families and groups. Guests can choose from 58 comfortable bedrooms (some with a river view) each with an en-suite bathroom, remote control colour TV, radio, tea, and coffee making facilities. The Georgian style restaurant serves home-cooked food and overlooks the gardens and the river. Our critically acclaimed Carvery is available on the first Sunday of each month. Boasting a civil ceremony licence, The Hand Hotel can cater for every aspect of your important day, whether it be the ceremony itself, fine cuisine for your guests or beautiful riverside settings for your guests. The hotel offers entertainment, including popular Welsh evenings with the Llangollen Male Voice Choir. There is live rock and roll on Saturdays and traditional jazz on Sundays. The hotel also has fishing rights to the River Dee please enquire upon check in. Llangollen is recognized as the Festival capital of Wales. The International Musical Eisteddfod attracts thousands of competitors and visitors. The fantastic Hot Air Balloon festival, Food Festival and Fringe Festival ensures Llangollens popularity throughout the year. The renowned Steam Railway and the horse drawn boats on the canal are also close by.
When visiting Llangollen, White Waters Country Hotel is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
The Royal Hotel is situated on the banks of the river dee in the heart of llangollen the royal hotel with its refurbished bars restaurant and rooms offers an ideal base for visitors to north wales and the borderlands. Famous former guests include the young queen Victoria and her mother the duchess of Kent, Alfred Lord Byron and the diverse guests of the Ladies of Llangollen The Royal Hotel continues to extend the warm welcome which has been its proud tradition for over 150 years. With its superb views over the impressive Llangollen bridge this recently renovated hotel offers modern comfort whilst retaining its original period charm. Here you will find comfortable refurbished accommodation and riverside restaurant, bars and decking. Bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are equipped with a TV, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities. Centrally located, the hotel is ideal for touring the town and there is plenty to do and see. The steam railway attraction is just a 2-minute walk from the Hotel across the impressive 14th century bridge. Within equal distance is the Llangollen Canal, where you can take a horse-drawn boat trip or motorised ride across the aqueduct.
Set on 8 acres of idyllic countryside, this charming country hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a large garden area. The market town of Llangollen is just 1.5 miles away. Some of the rooms at Abbey Grange have luxurious four-poster beds. The hotel has a sun patio and children’s play area with a bouncy castle. Guests can dine in the Eliseg Restaurant or enjoy a drink in the cozy Abbey Bar. The Oak Bar offers real ales. Near the Horseshoe Pass, Abbey Grange enjoys magnificent mountain views. Llangollen has unique shops, a steam train and horse-drawn canal boats.
The Golden Pheasant is located in the picturesque Ceiriog Valley, one of Wales' best kept secrets & a haven for walkers & lovers of the outdoors. Nearby attractions include the magnificent 14th century Chirk Castle, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct World Heritage Site, Llangollen Canal & Llangollen Steam Railway, Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfalls (one of the 7 wonders of Wales) and Erddig Hall, a National Trust country estate. The Golden Pheasant is set in landscaped gardens with views across the valley. There are 12 comfortable en-suite room with views of the surrounding countryside. The dining room, which offers views of the garden, features a set menu and guests are asked to pre-book meals prior to arrival. Drinks can be enjoyed in the bar or in the guest lounge. Children are welcome from the age of ten. Free wifi and free parking.