Llangollen Town Cottages & Holiday Rentals


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Cottage in Llangollen

Dovetail Cottage

Advert ID No:  373
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(13 Photos)

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Sleeps:  4      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £255     (High Season):  £438

Dovetail is a lovely semi-detached stone cottage which is joined to the owners' own home, it is ideally located in the heart of Llangollen town nestled in the picturesque Dee Valley. There is plenty for you to do in Llangollen including taking a wonderful scenic steam train journey or take a relaxed horse-drawn canal boat trip, there are plenty of activities centred around the river Dee which...

Cottage in Llangollen

Jasmine Cottage

Advert ID No:  98
(15 Photos)

No Reviews

Sleeps:  7      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £395     (High Season):  £625

Jasmine Cottage is a detached, all en suite, purpose built holiday let which was newly built in 2014. The property is positioned on a quiet lane and is backed by National Trust owned Velvet Hill. Jasmine Cottage is an excellent base for enjoying the wide variety of outdoor activities available in the area. The ground floor has level oak flooring throughout and features a fully equipped...

Cottage in Llangollen

Velvet Cottage

Advert ID No:  97
(6 Photos)

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Sleeps:  6      No of Bedrooms:  3     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £305     (High Season):  £485

A traditional 3 bedroom cottage on a quiet lane backed by National Trust owned Velvet Hill. The cottage is superbly positioned for the wide variety of outdoor activities available in the Llangollen area, with walking for all abilities right from the doorstep. Up to six people can be accommodated in a superking double, a twin and single bedrooms. A large bathroom features a bath, shower, basin...

 

Llangollen Tourist Information

Llangollen is home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales

Llangollen is a charming small inland town set in the picturesque Dee Valley, through which the River Dee majestically flows. Llangollen, although located close to the border with England, is most certainly full of Welsh charm which shines through in its atmosphere, people and food.


Llangollen is located on the main A5 road, a popular route for holidaymakers travelling from the Midlands to the North Wales coast. Simply passing through the town without stopping would be a big mistake as Llangollen offers something for everyone, whatever their age. For holidaymakers, the town also makes a perfect base for exploring the nearby Snowdonia National Park.

For a town of its size, it is very surprising how many unique things there are to see and do. Combined with the festivals held in the town each year, makes Llangollen a very popular destination for the millions of visitors and holidaymakers it attracts every year.

Llangollen Town Cottages To Rent in The Dee Valley
Shopping in Llangollen is a real treat, it is far and away from your typical town full of high street chain shops. The town is full of independently owned and run shops selling everything from clothing, jewellery and gifts to crafts, secondhand books and some of the finest locally produced food in Wales.

Talking about food. Llangollen offers an excellent selection of eateries, whether you're looking for a quick snack on the go, or a relaxed sit-down meal overlooking the River Dee. The town covers all bases when it comes to food, including sandwiches, snacks and cakes, traditional fish and chips or a curry, or a pub meal with a pint. A real must-try is the locally produced, melt in the mouth, Welsh lamb and Black Beef.

Llangollen offers visitors two relaxing and delightful ways to take in the beauty of the Dee Valley. Visitors can embark on a quiet horse-drawn canal boat trip, choosing between a 45-minute or two-hour journey. The two-hour trip leaves from Llangollen Wharf, from there the narrow boat slowly makes its way through the Vale of Llangollen and across the 125 feet tall Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (the biggest aqueduct in Britain).


For a more nostalgic way to travel and watch as the landscape unfolds from beneath the steam, travellers can sit back and enjoy a wonderful 10 mile steam train journey through the stunning Dee Valley to the town of Corwen on the Llangollen Railway.

Llangollen is the perfect destination for a range of outdoor activities, the river Dee is renowned for its fishing, or for the adrenaline junkies the river offers White Water rafting, tubing and paddle boarding. The Dee Valley provides endless walking and cycling trails, or for a more exhilarating experience why not try your hand at rock climbing, abseiling or gorge walking.

For something less stressful, located on the banks of the River Dee is 'The Vale of Llangollen Golf Club'. The 18-hole parkland course is set in stunning Welsh countryside and offers golfers some well-manicured fairways and superb greens.

One can hardly talk about Llangollen without mentioning its world famous festivals, the most popular of which is the 'Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod'. Where performers from around the world gather for a week long, colourful celebration of music and dance.

Another annual festival hosted in the town is the 'Llangollen Food Festival', where foodies gather to enjoy the sights, smells and, of course, the taste of some unique food and drink supplied by some Europe's top producers.

If you are lucky enough to be in Llangollen on the last Saturday in November, you can enjoy the town's Christmas Festival, where the days fun and merriment includes switching on the town's Christmas lights later in the afternoon.

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3 Rentals Found

Dovetail Cottage

Cottage in Llangollen (13 Photos)
Dovetail Cottage
Featured

No Reviews

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £255
High Season: £438

Jasmine Cottage

Cottage in Llangollen (15 Photos)
Jasmine Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 7
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £395
High Season: £625

Velvet Cottage

Cottage in Llangollen (6 Photos)
Velvet Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £305
High Season: £485

Llangollen tourist information

Llangollen is home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales

Llangollen is a charming small inland town set in the picturesque Dee Valley, through which the River Dee majestically flows. Llangollen, although located close to the border with England, is most certainly full of Welsh charm which shines through in its atmosphere, people and food.


Llangollen is located on the main A5 road, a popular route for holidaymakers travelling from the Midlands to the North Wales coast. Simply passing through the town without stopping would be a big mistake as Llangollen offers something for everyone, whatever their age. For holidaymakers, the town also makes a perfect base for exploring the nearby Snowdonia National Park.

For a town of its size, it is very surprising how many unique things there are to see and do. Combined with the festivals held in the town each year, makes Llangollen a very popular destination for the millions of visitors and holidaymakers it attracts every year.

Llangollen Town Cottages To Rent in The Dee Valley
Shopping in Llangollen is a real treat, it is far and away from your typical town full of high street chain shops. The town is full of independently owned and run shops selling everything from clothing, jewellery and gifts to crafts, secondhand books and some of the finest locally produced food in Wales.

Talking about food. Llangollen offers an excellent selection of eateries, whether you're looking for a quick snack on the go, or a relaxed sit-down meal overlooking the River Dee. The town covers all bases when it comes to food, including sandwiches, snacks and cakes, traditional fish and chips or a curry, or a pub meal with a pint. A real must-try is the locally produced, melt in the mouth, Welsh lamb and Black Beef.

Llangollen offers visitors two relaxing and delightful ways to take in the beauty of the Dee Valley. Visitors can embark on a quiet horse-drawn canal boat trip, choosing between a 45-minute or two-hour journey. The two-hour trip leaves from Llangollen Wharf, from there the narrow boat slowly makes its way through the Vale of Llangollen and across the 125 feet tall Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (the biggest aqueduct in Britain).


For a more nostalgic way to travel and watch as the landscape unfolds from beneath the steam, travellers can sit back and enjoy a wonderful 10 mile steam train journey through the stunning Dee Valley to the town of Corwen on the Llangollen Railway.

Llangollen is the perfect destination for a range of outdoor activities, the river Dee is renowned for its fishing, or for the adrenaline junkies the river offers White Water rafting, tubing and paddle boarding. The Dee Valley provides endless walking and cycling trails, or for a more exhilarating experience why not try your hand at rock climbing, abseiling or gorge walking.

For something less stressful, located on the banks of the River Dee is 'The Vale of Llangollen Golf Club'. The 18-hole parkland course is set in stunning Welsh countryside and offers golfers some well-manicured fairways and superb greens.

One can hardly talk about Llangollen without mentioning its world famous festivals, the most popular of which is the 'Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod'. Where performers from around the world gather for a week long, colourful celebration of music and dance.

Another annual festival hosted in the town is the 'Llangollen Food Festival', where foodies gather to enjoy the sights, smells and, of course, the taste of some unique food and drink supplied by some Europe's top producers.

If you are lucky enough to be in Llangollen on the last Saturday in November, you can enjoy the town's Christmas Festival, where the days fun and merriment includes switching on the town's Christmas lights later in the afternoon.

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