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Tyn Celyn Farmhouse
Llangollen
North Wales

LL20 8AR | View map

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Tyn Celyn is a spacious oak beamed country house, on the outskirts of Llangollen, just 1 miles from Llangollen town centre. The house whose name means 'House in the Holly', is over 300 years old and is a beautiful location from which to base your stay in this area. Situated in a peaceful valley, Tyn Celyn enjoys outstanding views of Dinas Bran castle and its surrounding majestic hills of vale of Llangollen.

At Tyn Celyn, we have three bedrooms available for guests. All have en suite bathrooms, central heating, TV, radio, hair dryer and hospitality tray. One room is a ground floor room and has a double and single bed in. Another room has a luxurious four poster bed. The other room at Tyn Celyn has twin beds that also zip and link to make a six foot wide double bed.

At Tyn Celyn, we offer you a peaceful and relaxing stay and a very warm welcome indeed.

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