Llangollen Hostel, Berwyn Street, Llangollen, LL20 8NB
Call Arlo Dennis on 01978 861773
OverviewLlangollen Hostel offers clean and comfortable twin and double rooms, en suite family rooms, private four-bed and six-bed en suite rooms, and a great value six-bed dorm. Prepare your meals in our fully fitted kitchen/dining room, then relax in our cosy lounge by the log fire. We have a book exchange, free WiFi, plenty of games, laundry facilities, a drying room, and bicycle/canoe storage. Perfect location for walking, climbing, canoeing and mountain biking in the Vale of Llangollen. Families will love visiting the steam railway, horse drawn canal boats and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - a World Heritage Site. The town offers a great choice of restaurants/pubs and is home to a fringe music and arts festival and the International Eisteddfod. Llandegla, Chester, Wrexham and Offa's Dyke Path are all nearby. You are assured of a happy and comfortable stay, freedom to come and go as you please, and above all, a warm welcome. This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:32.
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:From £19pp dorm. £20pp for 3,4,5 or 6 bed room. £45 twin/double or £50 en suite. Family of 4 £60, £10 per extra child. Book direct for the best prices.
Booking:Online, email or phone.
Directions:From the A5 heading west, the hostel is located 50 yards past the main set of traffic lights on the right. Parking is at the rear of the hostel on Market Street at the main traffic lights, turn right then first left.
Public Transport:Nearest train station is Ruabon with regular trains to Chester and Shrewsbury. Buses from Ruabon to Llangollen operate throughout the day and take 15 mins. Daily National Express from London.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Not sure what to do for Father’s Day? How about a trip to the holiday town of Llangollen !
June 13th 2019
Give Dad the gift of trip on the Llangollen steam train who are celebrating Fathers Day with pork pies a real ale. Make a holiday of it with a sunday night at Llangollen Hostel, which has double, twin and family rooms available for £47.
Llangollen Hostel is in the centre of this fascinating town, a stone’s throw away from the river Dee, the Llangollen Canal with its horse drawn boat rides, the Llangollen steam railway and Castell Dinas Bran. The town has an abundance of independent shops, cafe’s, bistros, pubs and restaurants. It is home to the annual International Eisteddfod, which is a festival of music, dance, and arts. Llangollen is approximately an hours drive to Snowdonia, and half an hour to Chester.
Llangollen Hostel has:-
- Fully fitted and spacious kitchen
- Comfortable and airy dining room
- Relaxing lounge with log fire
- Free wi-fi internet, book exchange and selection of games
- Bicycle and canoe storage
- Bike and boot wash down station
- Laundry room
- Drying room
- Luggage drop
- Clean and comfortable twin and double rooms, en-suite family rooms, private four-bed and six-bed dorms, and a great value six-bed dorm.
White water and adventure days- you’ll have a splash!
April 8th 2019
Experience one of Safe and Sound’s notorious outdoor adventures while staying at Llangollen Hostel.
Make a splash of a send off with your mates at Llangollen Hostel: safe and Sound provide kayaking white water rafting and gorge walking as adventure days ideal for stag/hen groups! As well as having a splash with your mates, we also invite you to make your kids’ holiday by having us organize exciting family activities! They also run safety courses for professionals in the outdoor industry. With all the kit you need and heaps of experience Safe and Sound will ensure you enjoy the adventure. Well known for their easy organisation they are sure to offer you a lift back to your accommodation at Llangollen Hostel if you check this out with them in advance.
Llangollen Walking Festival, 4th-6th May 2019
April 6th 2019
A friendly walking festival in North Wales featuring moderate and challenging walks around Llangollen and and the River Dee in the beautiful Denbighshire landscape.
Great walks in the day and free evening lectures. With all walks starting from the centre of Llangollen, just around the corner from Llangollen Hostel.
You can Join an 8 miles World Heritage Site Walk to the wonderful Pontcysyllte Aqueduct using part of the Offa’s Dyke Path, lead by a lovely History and Geography teachers double act. A great day-out guaranteed.
Or take part in the Offa’s Dyke Challenge Walk (19 miles), The moderate Castle Cliff and Big Views Walk (8 miles), the challenging Wilderness Walk (15 miles), the moderate team Train Ride and Dee Valley Meander (8 miles) or the Llangollen Town History Walk and Talk (easy).
To book a place on any of these walks and find our more click here.