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Moreton Park Hotel - Gledrid Wrexham LL14 5DG

4.0 miles from The Rock
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Moreton Park Hotel is an independently owned hotel and is located on the skirts of the Village of Chirk. Offering great value comfortable rooms with on-site amenities to suit both family and business travelers. Now boasting FREE Wi-Fi in all hotel bedrooms. All 45 rooms feature tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer, telephone, TV and free Wi-Fi. Parking is available to all guests and is free of charge. The 3 star hotel offers standard rooms and large family-sized rooms with mezzanine floors. The adjoining Lord Moreton Pub offers full English breakfast, a selection of British and European dishes and a wide variety of real ales and wines all served throughout the day and evening. The hotel is only 30 minutes’ drive from Chester City, Snowdonia National Park and Shrewsbury’s town centre.

Hand Hotel - THE HAND HOTEL, BRIDGE STREET LLANGOLLEN LL20 8PL

4.2 miles from The Rock
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £97.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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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.

Gales of Llangollen - 18 Bridge Street , , Llangollen LL20 8PF

4.2 miles from The Rock
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £105.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Situated in one of the oldest streets in Llangollen and a few seconds from the high street, Gales has 15 en-suite bedrooms. All our rooms are individually decorated and sympathetically restored in keeping with the historic character of the buildings. Eight of the rooms are above the Wine Bar in a Georgian townhouse, with many original features. The remaining rooms are in a much older timber framed building across the driveway. These rooms have exposed beams, wattle and daub walls and all have original features. All our rooms are available as double or single occupancy, many can be used for twin or family occupancy. All our rooms have tea and coffe making facilities, hair-dryers, direct dial telephones, widescreen televisions and wifi access. The wood panelled Wine Bar is the award winning centre of the business. Its character is largely unchanged from the original 9 table experience back in the 70’s. It now boasts 20 tables but still works on the foundations of simple home cooked food using the best local ingredients and wine expertly picked to offer the best range and value. Gales owes its busy informal nature to the fact that it never takes a table booking and takes orders though a bar service of friendly, knowledgeable staff. Whenever you come though the door you know you will receive the same amiable welcome.

Bridge End Hotel - Mill Street, Llangollen LL20 8RY

4.2 miles from The Rock
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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This family run Hotel has beautifully appointed accommodation ideal for that weekend break. The rooms are designed to offer exceptional comfort and can cater for the needs of families. Overlooking the River Dee which flows graciously under the magnificent 16th century bridge, one of the "Seven Wonders of Wales", the hotel is ideally situated. Ideally suited for Business and Leisure, the Bridge End Hotel offers guests exceptional value, friendly and efficient service. Lunches are served Thursday to Monday with an interesting and varied menu from the Specials board. The Sunday Roast is a speciality for holidaymakers and locals alike. Supported by a range of wines and beers in a very busy bar, the Hotel attracts visitors from all over the world.

Cambrian House - 38 Berwyn Street, Llangollen LL20 8NB

4.3 miles from The Rock
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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We are situated in the centre of the town within walking distance to all local amenities. Cambrian House has 10 bedrooms, a choice of single, double, twin bedded and family rooms. All rooms are En-suite and Four Poster Bedrooms are also available. All our bedrooms have T.V., tea/coffee facilities and central heating. Our dining room has separate tables for individual bookings for your Full Welsh, Vegetarian or Gluten Free breakfast. Served from 8.00am-9.30am daily The house is non-smoking throughout, with a fully fitted fire system. Llangollen is the "Gateway to Wales". Set in the picturesque Dee Valley. This beautiful town hosts thousands of tourists every year. The town boasts a steam railway, 17th Century "Ladies of Llangollen", Plas Newydd House, the 13th Century remains of Castle Dinas Bran, Vale Crucis Abbey is situated on the outskirts of town. The Langollen Canal is always worth a visit with horse drawn boats and motorised ones to take you over the Famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, which is now a "World Heritage Site". The World renowned International Eisteddfod is held in Llangollen every July. Llangollen attracts walkers and canoeists, and is also ideal for shooting, hand gliding, pony trekking, rock climbing and fishing on the spectacular River Dee. Llangollen is ideally situated for the keen golfer as there are 8 golf courses within a 10 mile radius.
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