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My wife and I stayed with my sister on B&B basis. My sisters room (28) was excellent with twin beds and en-suite with Jacuzzi bath, all very modern and spotlessly clean. Our room (16) was equally spotless with very comfortable double and single bed, but...More
We had an overnight DBB break through travelzoo and it proved to be one of the best we've had! Lovely little town amid beautiful scenery. The hotel has character yet was well appointed. Really good quality bed gave us a good nights sleep in a...More
We enjoyed our Sunday night stay and dinner at the Knighton. Our room which overlooked the main street and war memorial was very comfortable, with good bed linen and towels, and the best bedside lamps we've had in this country. There was a small, and...More
We stayed on 2 night Groupon Deal . Hotel is situated dead centre of the town amenities are really well presented . There's a wide choice at Breakfast which was of good standard . Evening meal was also good standard however it too a while...More
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US$103 - US$168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm 68 and just finished walking most of Offa's Dyke a few weeks ago. It's kind of defined by nasty ups and downs. You might want to consider the portions that run alongside the canals. Also outside of Langollen there is a... More
I'm 68 and just finished walking most of Offa's Dyke a few weeks ago. It's kind of defined by nasty ups and downs. You might want to consider the portions that run alongside the canals. Also outside of Langollen there is a portion of the walk that is high up but accessible via taxi.