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|Distance to city centre||0.2 km|
|Nearest Airport||Liverpool J. Lennon|
|Distance to airport||45.6 km|
|"Lovely big room very comfortable."||(in 108 reviews)|
|"Ate evening meal excellent ."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff nice food location."||(in 161 reviews)|
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|big room||in 176 reviews|
|car park||in 39 reviews|
|centre of the town||in 23 reviews|
|comfy bed||in 27 reviews|
|continental breakfast||in 196 reviews|
|croissants bakery||in 8 reviews|
|evening meal||in 11 reviews|
|extra charge||in 8 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 215 reviews|
|gales||in 10 reviews|
|glass of port||in 16 reviews|
|good food||in 90 reviews|
|great location||in 130 reviews|
|old building||in 34 reviews|
|restaurant was excellent||in 46 reviews|
|shouting and screaming||in 5 reviews|
|value for money||in 30 reviews|
Room was nice and clean.
Shower had no water pressure, sounded like an industrial fan running all night near the room. Breakfast was included but the full cooked was not and you had to purchase this. Breakfast finished early at 09:00 for a Sunday morning.
The suit room was beautiful, clean and comfortable.
Boxed in when parked in the car park. The staff have a system of handing in car keys then they move the cars so you can get in and out.
The owners were wonderful, the room was great and the bed very comfortable. This is the place for people who like old buildings with lots of character.
The staff were all lovely and very helpful (e.g. when I asked for an extra chair for the room). Interesting building and brilliant location. I walked everywhere from Gales so left my car parked from arrival to departure. There are so many walks, places of interest and things to see without needing any transport other than the Steam Railway for the sheer fun of it.
Quite noisy in the evening if booked into a room at the back of the building as it was close to the Wine Bar Kitchen, which understandably had an open door while the weather was still mild - loud radio competing with staff talking above it. An expensive place to eat in the evening.
A glorious Wine Bar and Hotel in two Georgian facade buildings. Wood panelling providing character it opened in 1977. Its tempting to say not much has changed in terms of atmosphere because although it has grown overall it has continued to keep its rooms small and now numbers 20 tables in the wine bar. The upper floors became sixteen en-suite guest rooms. The fifteenth century cellar holds vast quantities of very excellent wine.
The Wine Bar and its reputation has flourished and draws in folk from every corner of the earth – each to be plied with wine and food and conversation and responding with degrees of loyalty which see many returning now armed with grandchildren.
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based on 766 reviews
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- Friendly atmosphere
- Spacious rooms
- Good alcoholic drinks
Policies vary by room type and provider.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Llangollen Bridge 125 m
- Llangollen Scenic Railway 208 m
- Llangollen Canal Trail 225 m
- Valle Crucis Abbey 2.4 km
|Liverpool J. Lennon||45.6 km|
|Wrexham Chirk||8.1 km|
|Wrexham Ruabon||8.6 km|