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B and Bs in Llangollen

Cornerstones B&B
15, Bridge Street
Llangollen
North Wales

LL20 8PF | View map
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A collection of three Sixteenth Century houses commanding views of the River Dee.Located in a central position in the Welsh market town of Llangollen, we offer 5 rooms spread over the three properties:The first includes the River and Oak rooms, residents lounge and inglenook breakfast room. The Second contains a ground floor suite overlooking the river. Finally, our luxury rooms reside in what was the Red Lion Inn of old coaching days, which is particularly homely as the fires are lit in the cooler months.After a good nights sleep you can enjoy one of our famous Welsh breakfasts using locally sourced produce, a vegetarian option is also available.Free car parking passes are provided on arrival for use in any of the town's car parks, located just a minute away, and we also have a lockable garage avalable for cars and motorcycles.We have three luxury en-suite double rooms one which over looks the river dee. The suite suitable for double or family also looking over the river with own lounge. Two other luxury rooms, one of which has a roll toped bath set on a pedistole over looking the river.

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