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Chainbridge Hotel
Berwyn
Llangollen
North Wales

LL20 8BS | View map

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The Chainbridge is sited in a unique position between the spectacular River Dee, with it's racing white water and leaping salmon, and the Llangollen canal that begins it's life just a short walk away at the Horseshoe Falls. The Chainbridge Hotel, nestles in one of the most picturesque localities in Wales. In a valley of serene and natural beauty shielded by the Berwyn and Eglwysig mountains. Situated on the banks of the River Dee, about 3 minutes walk away are the Horseshoe Falls, the source of the famous Thomas Telford Shropshire Union Canal which also runs alongside the Hotel. Whilst on the opposite bank steam trains pass every hour.

The Restaurant affords a romantic and magnificent panoramic view over the River. The Tudor Bar is situated in the original building and has black and white timbers, with its Inglenook fireplace where you can also sit and watch the fishermen fish the river. Now available: great offers on 2-night stays.

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Number of Rooms: 25
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Cuisine: A La Carte

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