Llangollen Hostel, Berwyn Street, Llangollen, LL20 8NB
Llangollen 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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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Stay at the heart of this small Victorian town, surrounded by quirky independent shops and dragons !
Surrounding by hills that have the outlines of the dragons and with the lively River Dee passing through the centre of town, Llangollen has a great holiday appeal. Llangollen Hostel is at the heart of this small Victorian town, surrounded by quirky independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Relax and watch river flowing by from the bridge, the Riverside Park or a pub balcony. Take a ride on the steam railway, glide along the canal on a horse-drawn boat or visit the Horseshoe Falls passing over the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. There are plenty of opportunists for white water sports and stunning walks. Llangollen is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a great holiday destination and Llangollen hostel provides a friendly welcome for families, groups and holiday makers.
Take a barge through the Vale of Llangollen, a World Heritage site built by Thomas Telford in 1800.
The UK’s tallest aqueduct floats 126ft (38m) above the River Dee. For a small fee you can take an barge trip along the small iron trough the towers over the valley below. Walk back along the railed walkway, if you have a good head for heights !
The Trevor Quarry in the Eglwyseg Valley has some great climbs.
3 miles from Llangollen in the Eglwyseg Valley the Trevor Quarry provides some great climbing. All the routes are single pitch. The most famous are pitches on the Compact Wall which is the steepest side of the quarry. However there are 9 other buttresses and limestone walls ideal for climbing.