The Royal is found on the banks of the River Dee in downtown Llangollen, just next to the 14th Century Llangollen Bridge and across the waters from the steam trains of the Llangollen Railway. Guests can take a horse-drawn or motorised boat trip along the Llangollen Canal, which lies about four minutes’ walk away from this 3-star hotel.
All 33 rooms are tastefully furnished, have hill or river views, en-suite bathroom, TV, tea and coffee facilities, heater, hair dryer, and telephone.
Free on-site parking and complimentary common area Wi-Fi are available to guests.
The Royal’s rates include a full Welsh breakfast, Berwyn Restaurant serves British cuisine, and the bar offers drinks, snacks and a terrace overlooking the wild waters.
The Llangollen Tourist Information Centre is a minute’s walk away, Plas Newydd is half a mile away and the Vale of Llangollen Golf Club can be reached in a five-minute drive.
Address7 Bridge Street, LL20 8PG, Llangollen United Kingdom | 0.0 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(1)978860202 | Fax:+44(1)978861824 | Official Homepage
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