Things to see and do - Llangollen
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Llangollen Travel guide
Llangollen : Michelin's recommendations
The Vale of Llangollen and the valley of the Dee have long formed a convenient route for travellers. The little market town of Llangollen is dominated by the ruins of a Welsh castle and every year hosts an International Eisteddfod (folk festival). The town's international standing is reinforced by the presence of the ECTARC (European Centre for Traditional and Regional Cultures).
Tourist attractions Llangollen : Things to see and do
Pont Cysyllteis is a magnificent aqueduct that was built between 1795 and 1810 by the engineer Thomas Telford. One of the great monuments of the industrial age, it carries the Ellesmere Canal over the River Dee at a height of 23m. It is accompanied b..
Chirk Castle was constructed in 1295 and has been occupied ever since. This great fortress with its beautiful State Rooms has constantly been adapted to changing needs. Chirk stands in a landscape park of great splendour, but the most distinctive fea..
Plas Newydd, once a humble cottage, was transformed in 1780 into the black and white building it is today by two eccentric ladies who arrived from Ireland. They caused considerable comment at the time but entertained a constant stream of distinguishe..
Hill Street, Victoria Square. GB - Llangollen LL20 8EU
Set within a historic Victorian townhouse in the heart of Llangollen, Manorhaus Llangollen boasts original features blended with modern interior design and facilities such as free Wi-Fi. A wet-room with rain shower is provided in each Manorhaus room..
Bridge Street GB - Llangollen LL20 8PL
Prix Prices from : 40 £
The hotel is in Llangollen town centre, looking out over the River Dee. It mixes original character with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi, free parking and a riverside garden. The Hand Hotel was fully refurbished in early 2010. The en suite roo..
Berwyn Road GB - Llangollen LL20 8AD
In a peaceful, idyllic setting, the hotel combines the traditional charm and attractive original features of a 19th-century building with the contemporary chic of extensive and luxurious spa facilities. Set in the tranquil, naturally beautiful, surr..
GB - LL20 7LD Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog
Rustic, personally run inn with stone walls, open fires and ancient beams, which provides a warm welcome and wholesome meals to those travelling through the lush Ceiriog Valley. Generous portions of fresh, flavoursome cooking. Cosy bedrooms offer hil..