Llangollen cottages

One of the primary draws of this charming town is the breathtaking scenery that surrounds it, including the dramatic River Dee, rolling hills, and the awe-inspiring Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Adventure enthusiasts will find a haven for outdoor activities, from hiking and kayaking to cycling along scenic trails. Llangollen is also renowned for its annual International Eisteddfod, a world-class music and performing arts festival that showcases talent from all corners of the globe. This event alone is a compelling reason to visit, but the town's cosy tearooms, historic landmarks like Plas Newydd, and the inviting atmosphere of its streets make it a delightful destination year-round. Tempted? Scroll down to view our collection of Llangollen cottages and suggestions of things to see and do.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Llangollen

This charming town in North Wales Borders is nestled in the picturesque Dee Valley and offers a mix of natural beauty and cultural attractions. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Llangollen:

  1. Llangollen Canal and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct: Take a scenic boat trip or a leisurely walk along the Llangollen Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Don't miss the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a stunning feat of engineering that carries the canal over the River Dee.

  2. Llangollen Railway: Enjoy a nostalgic steam train ride on the Llangollen Railway, a heritage railway that runs along the Dee Valley. Experience the beauty of the countryside from the comfort of a vintage carriage.

  3. Plas Newydd: Explore Plas Newydd, a historic house with beautiful gardens overlooking the River Dee. Learn about its former residents, the famous "Ladies of Llangollen," and the intriguing history of this unique residence.

  4. Horseshoe Falls: Visit the Horseshoe Falls, a picturesque man-made weir on the Llangollen Canal. The falls are a tranquil spot for a relaxing walk or a picnic by the water.

  5. Valle Crucis Abbey: Discover Valle Crucis Abbey, a well-preserved Cistercian monastery dating back to the 13th century. Explore the atmospheric ruins and learn about the abbey's history and religious significance.

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