Cheap Hotels in Llangollen
This 4-star hostel is in the beautiful Vale of Llangollen and close to the River Dee. The refurbished town house has free Wi-Fi, a well-equipped kitchen, private rooms and single beds in dormitories. The Llangollen Hostel is a refurbished Victorian house with traditional charm and original character. There are twin, double and family rooms. Single beds in a 6-bed dorm are also available. There is a large lounge with a log burner, games and books. There is also a modern kitchen, where guests can prepare their own food. The Llangollen Hostel also has a drying room, bicycle and canoe storage, as well as a book exchange. All linen is provided and towels can be hired at a cost of GBP 1.00. The hostel is set close to the Llangollen Canal, the steam railway and Castell Dinas Brân Castle. Snowdonia can be reached in an hour by car.
Set in 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. The Oak Bar offers real ales. Near the Horseshoe Pass, Abbey Grange enjoys magnificent mountain views. Llangollen has unique shops, a steam railway and horse-drawn canal boats.
Near Llangollen Bridge
Near Pontcysyllte Aquaduct
Near Llangollen Scenic Railway
Near Llangollen Bridge
manorhaus Llangollen Hotel
Near Llangollen Bridge
Britannia Inn Hotel
Near Valle Crucis Abbey
Cambrian House Hotel
This historically listed former coaching house has a large, secure free car park, and free Wi-Fi. It is in the centre of the picturesque town of Llangollen, in the Dee Valley. Rooms at Cambrian House are simply furnished with carpeted floors. Each comes with a TV, and there are also facilities for making tea and coffee. A full cooked breakfast is provided in the morning, and vegetarian and light continental options are also available. Evening meals and packed lunches can be catered for by prior arrangement. There are 8 golf courses to enjoy within a 10 mile radius. The town boasts a steam railway, the 13th-century remains of Castle Dinas Bran, and the 17th-century "Ladies of Llangollen.” Wrexham is 13 miles away, and Chester is a 40-minute drive from the building.
Hotels in Llangollen
On the banks of the River Dee, nestling amid the Welsh hills, Llangollen is a charming town in north Wales surrounded by spectacular countryside.
Book one of our Llangollen hotels and discover striking scenery both within and around the town.
With both a river and a canal running through it, Llangollen is a delightful place to wander around. Stroll along the Victoria Promenade by the river and stop off in the Riverside Park, which has a play area, bandstand and crazy golf course.
Plas Newydd is the famous home of the Ladies of Llangollen, two friends who fled Ireland in the 18th century and set up home together here. The pair lived a quiet life, devoting themselves to reading and gardening. But their unusual – for the time – lifestyle attracted nationwide attention and brought them visitors including the Duke of Wellington and William Wordsworth.
Llangollen town centre has a range of independent shops. You can browse antiques, furniture and toys at the Rusty Gold second-hand shop, or a huge array of gifts, from golf balls to sheepskin rugs, at Gifts from Wales. Honey Pots sells hand-painted ceramics fired on the premises, and you can try painting your own pottery. Llangollen also has two markets – a country market selling homemade produce and handmade items on Friday mornings, and a general market on Tuesdays.
The Llangollen Railway starts beside the striking 14th-century Dee Bridge and takes you on a ten-mile journey through the beautiful Dee Valley to Corwen. The original line was closed in the 1960s, but the track and the stations have been painstakingly restored by volunteers. Or take a horse-drawn boat along the canal, which links the town with Hurleston in Cheshire. An 11-mile stretch of the canal, which includes Llangollen, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its sights include the enormous Grade I listed Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
Llangollen and the countryside around it are full of walking routes. Take the Dee Valley Way or the North Berwyn Way between Llangollen and Corwen, or explore the Llangollen History Trail, a six-mile tour of the area's historical landmarks. The more adventurous can go kayaking, rafting, climbing, abseiling, gorge walking, high rope walking, quad biking and more at the Ty Nant Outdoors adventure centre. Or enjoy a game of golf on the riverside course at the Vale of Llangollen Golf Club.
Eating and drinking
Overlooking the river, the Dee Side Café Bistro serves homecooked British classics, pasta, light lunches and cakes and has a kids' menu. The bistro is a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, as is fellow riverside restaurant Fouzi's, where you can tuck into pizza, pasta and a wide variety of other dishes. At the Vintage Rose Tea Rooms, another Certificate of Excellence winner, you can enjoy homemade cakes and scones served on vintage china and browse cards, gifts and craft items. You can even hold a vintage tea party, with hats and pearls provided.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Llangollen
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Llangollen?The best hotels to stay in Llangollen are Bryn Howel Hotel, Abbey Grange Hotel and Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa, BW Signature Collection.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Llangollen?Llangollen Hostel in Llangollen offers one night in a double room at the price of £52.
What are the best hotels in Llangollen near the center?Llangollen Hostel, Gales of Llangollen and Bridge End Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Llangollen.
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