Bodlonfa Hall B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Cwm, Clwyd

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Bodlonfa Hall B&B, Cwm

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Bodlonfa Hall Country House offers tranquil accommodation set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with an idyllic rural position enjoying far reaching views over the North Wales countryside and Clwydian Mountains.The property stands within 2 acres of its own beautifully maintained grounds. It has a large pond and decking area and is the ideal place to relax and watch the wildlife and birdlife in its natural environment.We are positioned 200m from Offas Dyke National Trail. A short drive will take you to many golf courses, restaraunts and other attractions including Llandudno and Snowdonia National Park.

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