Where We Are
Welcome to Parc Grove Bed and Breakfast, near the historic town of Llangollen in the beautiful Dee Valley, North Wales. Our home is situated at the foot of the Berwyn Hills in the hamlet of Llidiart-y-Parc. The surroundings are peaceful, yet Parc Grove is easily accessible from the A5.
We have three comfortable well-appointed guest bedrooms, each with its own character. Cadair Berwyn with an en-suite has twin beds or superking plus a single bed. Afon Dyfrdwy has twin beds or superking and a private bathroom. Owain Glyndwr has a double bed and a large en-suite. Each bedroom has a TV with a DVD player, hairdryer and complementary tea/coffee/herbal tea making facilities with biscuits. All bedrooms have lovely views along the Dee Valley.
What We Offer
Upon arrival guests are welcomed with traditional home baked Welsh refreshments. Drawing upon our catering experience and pride in good food, we serve meals that bring out the best of home cooking. The finest quality ingredients are used, which are locally sourced wherever possible. Our garden and surrounding countryside offer seasonal produce, while our free range hens provide fresh eggs. A full Welsh breakfast (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) is served.
There is a purpose built drying room as we know how important it is to have dry kit. A reception room is available for guests to relax in. It has a TV, as well as maps and numerous brochures to plan the following day’s activities.
Things to Do
Parc Grove is ideal for green tourism as there are so many leisure activities available within easy reach throughout the year. Walks suitable for all abilities begin from the house or by taking a short car, bus or steam train journey. Make a choice from mountain and moorland, woodland and forest, stream and riverside, industrial and historical heritage. We have an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise on our doorstep ... cycling to climbing, cave exploration to fly-fishing. Go canoeing or rafting on the Rivers Tryweryn or Dee, picnic by the river, visit the magnificent Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall, stroll along Llangollen canal.
For nature lovers, unusual and rare birds, mammals and plants are found in the nearby Berwyn National Nature Reserve and around Parc Grove. Sheepdog Trials and Agricultural Shows give a taste of rural Welsh life to-day, whilst castles and monuments of Medieval Denbighshire can be explored, with Owain Glyndwr’s Mount just 15 minutes walk across the field from Parc Grove. Visit local Iron Age hill forts or more modern engineering marvels such as the breathtaking Pontcysllte Aqueduct, a World Heritage Site. It is a 5 minute stroll from Parc Grove to the Llangollen Railway where can you board a steam train to Llangollen, home to the famous International Musical Eisteddfod and the eccentric Ladies of Llangollen.
Further afield, full day excursions to Snowdonia National Park, the seaside, the many castles of North Wales and the third oldest tree in the world are just a few ‘must do’ places to visit.
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