Llangollen is a picturesque village with a celebrated canal system and a steam train in north east Wales. The small picturesque town of Llangollen stands beside the River Dee on the edge of the beautiful Berwyn Mountains in north east Wales. Given its size Llangollen boasts a considerable selection of independent shops and a good range of places to eat out. Llangollen's Riverside Park is a delight. A landscaped garden, well tended lawns, mature trees and riverside walks make it a pleasure to stroll through. It's a great place for picnics too. Bowling greens, tennis courts, a bandstand, shelters, public conveniences, crazy golf and kiddies paddling pool all add up to a lovely location in which to while away a few hours. The eleven mile UNESCO World Heritage Site from Gledrid to the Horseshoe Falls and spectacular Pontcysyllte Aquaduct includes the town of Llangollen. Explore by horse drawn canal barge or on the nostalgic Llangollen Steam Railway. Llangollen hosts a number of events throughout the year the most significant being the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod (Festival) which welcomes participants and spectators from all corners of the world. It is held annually for a week in July in the purpose built Royal International Pavillion.
Beautiful traditional Welsh farmhouse surrounded by lovely grounds and set in stunningly beautiful countryside in the Upper Dee Valley (An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Enjoy excellent walks from your doorstep.