Are you looking for a self catering holiday cottage to rent near Llangollen? We have a beautiful holiday cottage for rent a short drive from Llangollen. We are situated in the small village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog which is set in the glorious North Wales countryside. It is an ideal base for visiting Llangollen and the surrounding area.
About our holiday cottage
Glan y Wern is a traditional Welsh cottage in the small village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog. Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog is a small village set in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains. We have two wonderful historic inns serving food within a 2 minute walk of the cottage. There are mountain biking trails and walking trails straight from the door. Please visit our website for more information about the cottage and things to do in the area.
- Sleeps 4
- En suite and family bathroom
- Comfortable lounge with log burner
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Traditional cottage finished to a high standard
- Off road parking
- Bike storage
- Patio and BBQ overlooking open fields
- Short walk to two historic inns
Glan y Wern makes a great holiday destination for couples, families with children, short breaks or longer holidays. Families, walkers, outdoor enthusiasts and mountain bikers lover our North Wales holiday cottage.
Llangollen things to do
Llangollen is a beautiful town in North Wales situated on the banks of the River Dee and the edge of the Berwyn Mountains. Llangollen is a very popular tourist destination. Here are some of our recommendations for things to do and days out around Llangollen:
- Walk or take a boat trip along the canal.
- Take a steam train ride.
- Picnic next to the River Dee.
- Try out white water rafting on the River Dee.
- Walk to the ruins of Dinas Bran Castle.
- Explore Valle Crucis Abbey.
- Walk across Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and along the canal into England.
- Visit and walk around the Horseshoe Falls.
- Visit the historic house at Plas Newydd.
- Wander around the beautiful gardens at Chirk Castle.
- Walk a section of Offa’s Dyke.