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Four Poster Hotel: 4 poster

The "Four Poster" is a small family run establishment situated in the heart of Llangollen. Converted from a row of 17th Century weaver's cottages, it has great charm and character providing centrally heated en-suite rooms with Colour TV, Trouser Press and Tea/Coffee making facilities, some with Four Poster Beds.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 16, 2002
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Chain Bridge Hotel ***: Luxury accomodation at Berwyn, Llangollen.

I have personally not stayed at this hotel but have passed it frequently whilst travelling on the Llangollen Railways trains.

It has always looked very nice but a bit pricey for me.

COMMENDATIONS: Welsh Tourist Board - 3 Crowns - Commended.

CHARGES: All charges are in U K Pounds

Bed & Breakfast Rates per person daily.

Twin/Double Single
Room with private bath 34.95 39.95
Reduced rates for children when sharing parents room, but children occupying separate accommodation charged at full adult rate.

MID-WEEK BREAKS Sunday to Thursday Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
from only 69.95 per person.

WEEKEND BREAKS 2 nights to include our special Saturday
Candle-lit Dinner Dance from 79.95 per person.

SATURDAY CANDLE-LIT DINNER DANCE, live entertainment and
Bed & Breakfast from only 49.95 per person.

TRADITIONAL SUNDAY LUNCH - 8.95

Small dogs accepted at the discretion of the management, but
not permitted in the restaurant - 3.00 daily.

All prices are inclusive of V A T.

All the above information is as supplied by the hotel's web page (Below) and is current as at 04 September 2005.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Historical Travel, Adventure Travel
  • Written September 3, 2005
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The hotel and 'Chain Bridge'.

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Wild Pheasant Hotel: Wild Pheasant Hotel

I stayed here some years ago as a stopover on a bus tour. I see from the website that it's been upgraded and modernized considerably since. It's a lovely hotel, now with about 45 rooms and suites including a few penthouse suites. Prices vary depending on if you are in the new wing or the original section of the hotel. There is only 2 floors in the original hotel, including rooms on the main level i believe. The Cinnamon Restaurant, as i recall, was very good. Rates seem very reasonable. The setting is about a mile outside of the town of Llangollen and you can cross the road and walk into the town along a path by the River Dee, with a great view of the old town bridge along the way. There are views of the mountains and of the Vale of Llangollen from most rooms. It was a great place to stay back then and it looks even nicer now.

Spa
Fully accessible suite for disabled guests
4 penthouse suites

Prices start at 42 pounds per person per night in a double/twin room in the original part of the hotel for bed and breakfast. See website for full details.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written March 23, 2006
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View along the river path looking towards Llangoll


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