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The Tyddyn Llan is an award-winning Michelin Star restaurant with accommodations, enjoying an beautiful rural location and beautiful gardens. Loved the room, Giant bed, and Bathroom facilities very comfortable. Had a lovely welcome from Suzanne, nothing was too much trouble, all the staff was very friendly helpful, and professional, all lovely, a lovely weekend made even more special with their individual little touches. Food was first class with a large choice on the menu.
Set in Corwen, The Crown Hotel provides a bar. The hotel also offers free WiFi and free private parking. The units in the hotel are equipped with a kettle. Lovely friendly place very welcoming very clean room comfy beds would definitely return food was nice
Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 9-bedroom Victorian Town House Hotel with river and mountain views. The relaxed B&B is centrally located for exploring beautiful North Wales. Excellent really good choice and beautifully cooked using good quality ingredients.
Corwen looked to be a very interesting old town but we were staying there for an event about 10 miles away so did not have much chance to look round. There is clearly a great deal of interest and scenic beauty in and around this area.
Ideal for those who like to ramble. Walks both around the town and country.Friendly local people who were happy to help us with directions. Although the small town was a little run down there were plenty of take away places for food and a very friendly restaurant ' The old wives tale 'which served us an excellent meal reasonably priced.Many other places of interest are just a short car journey away including the aqua duct on the Llangollen canal. Just a tip for these times ensure you book any trips on line as you may find them full as numbers were reduced.
Corwen is a small town so not heaps to do but it’s a nice place to have as a base to travel around from. The cottage we stayed at was lovely and made our trip. The Rugh estate was nice we had a lovely meal there and a muddy walk around the farm. The farm shop is amazing.
A quiet town. Locals are friendly & helpful. Lots of nice walks, with views of the surrounding countryside, from the car parks in the town. Car parking isn’t cheap and the public toilets currently cost 30 pence a visit. Be sure to have the correct monies as no change was given from the machines (parking or toilet door), as at January 2020.
Great base camp area. We visited Llangollen one day, bala lake another ... third day Ruthin. We could of spent the whole time cooking and recharging locally but we had such good weather for the end of October we had to venture out. Local Butchers and produce was very very tasty! My pooch loved meeting Barney the resident spaniel.
A small town but with plenty of pubs and facilities. Great restaurant called "The Old Wives Tales" Great walks from the town and once the station is finished, the steam train ride along the valley to LLangollen will be a must.
An old building which has been expertly updated, comfortable beds, 5 minutes walk from the centre of Corwen where there are various eateries and pubs. My room was in the roof space, so the ceiling was slanted, but the room was still spacious enough with really comfortable bed, en suite bathroom with powerful shower. Excellent large cooked breakfast, and staff that genuinely wanted to help you with anything you needed. Would definitely stay again.
What a lovely little cottage! Just enough room for the three of us and the dog, a great location both to explore North Wales in the day and to relax and enjoy the stars in the evening. (We live in the city so forgotten just how dark the night could be) The cottage was well appointed, clean and nicely decorated. Amazing views.
Great location with lots of hiking routes. Nick was a really helpful host and the house had everything we needed. Fab couple of days in Corwen.
Probably the best place in Corwen which has interesting history
Lovely hotel, beautiful setting and very welcoming staff