Ideally Located for a Holiday in North Wales
Bron-y-Graig is at the Crossroads of North Wales easy to reach from London, the Midlands and Manchester, and well-placed for exploring the whole of North and Mid Wales:
- Welsh Borderlands
- Snowdonia National Park
- historic castles and houses
- walking, mountain biking & other outdoor activities
There is something for everyone in North Wales and we are always able to help you plan your days out, or provide you with suggested itineraries.
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Attractions Around Bron-y-Graig
Things To Do and Places To Visit around this Bed & Breakfast Hotel Accommodation near Llangollen in North Wales
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Llangollen Steam Railway
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From the map above it can be seen that this bed & breakfast accommodation is ideally located for visiting the many tourist attractions of Snowdonia and North Wales.
The Llangollen Steam Railway now runs from Llangollen all the way to Corwen and the new station is directly opposite Bron-y-Graig, only 200 metres away. Stay in our front of house bedrooms and get great views of the steam trains coming and going! See our video lower down.
Exciting Activities: The area offers all types of activities including walking, climbing, tree-top rope walks, fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, mountain biking, quad bikes and off-road motorbiking.
Great Walking Country: Bron-y-Graig is ideal for the Clwydian Way, the Dee Valley Way and now the North Berwyn Way, recently opened. This area offers a wealth of relatively undiscovered walks, and there are pleasant walks from Bron-y-Graig itself – leave your car and stroll out for the day with one our generous packed lunches. Guide books, maps and leaflets area available. See walkingworld.com for some local walks.
Peace and Quiet: In this unspoilt valley you can see buzzards from our windows and hear owls at night. Within an hour’s drive are the beauties of Bodnant Garden, Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall and the charms of Portmeirion Italianate Village.
Days Out for the Children: Llangollen Railway (including Santa trains around Christmas), Canal Boats, farm-parks and go-karting are among the many attractions nearby that will appeal to children and teenagers. There is also Chester Zoo, Colwyn Bay Mountain Zoo, the exciting Llechwedd Slate Caverns, and the beaches of the North Wales coast. See our video below of one of the first trains on the Llangollen Steam Railway to use the station at Corwen as viewed from Bron-y-Graig.
Leisure Shopping: Potter in the little shops of Llangollen and Bala, or head for the outlet centres – Tweedmill at St Asaph or Cheshire Oaks at Ellesmere Port. For big town shopping Chester is a must, or try the Victorian flavour of Llandudno.
Spectacular Scenery and Romantic Castles: North Wales is home to some of the best-preserved and most romantically-sited medieval castles in Britain – Harlech, Criccieth, Conwy and Caernarfon are all within easy reach. Closer to home are the 19th splendours of Erddig and Chirk. Make the most of your visit with our carefully-planned leisure drives - Lakes and Mountains, Romantic Castles, Wonderful Waterfalls, plus tried and tested family days out.
To help you plan your journey, and see where Bron-y-Graig is located, see the Find Us page for location map and route planner.
Specials for 2014
Bed and Breakfast from just £29.50 per person per night.
See our bed & breakfast accommodation page for details.
For more information, or to request or make booking, please contact David Cowan or Judith Sansom.
You can use our contact form or use the following contact details:
Bron-y-Graig 1888, Corwen, Denbighshire, North Wales. LL21 0DR. UK
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