The Four Poster

Guest house in Llangollen, Clwyd

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1 Mill Street
Llangollen
Clwyd
Wales
LL20 8RY

The Four Poster, Llangollen

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The Four Poster is a historic Guest House and Holiday Cottage situated in the heart of Llangollen. It is close to the historic bridge spanning the River Dee and is ideally located for visiting the many attractive shops and the excellent restaurants and bars of this picturesque Welsh town.

It is also very convenient for walkers, cyclists, canoeists and angler exploring the spectacular local countryside, or as a centre for those venturing further afield to Snowdonia, the North Wales coast or the nearby towns of Wrexham, Chester, Oswestry and Shrewsbury. Converted from a row of 17th century weavers' cottages, the Guest House has retained many of the original features, including low ceilings with exposed beams, and has great charm and character. It provides comfortable accommodation with a warm friendly welcome.

Centrally heated and double glazed throughout, all rooms are en-suite and are furnished to a high standard. They are fully equipped with freeview colour TV, hair dryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. One room has a four-poster bed and there is a quad bedded unit consisting of two twin bedded rooms, which is suitable for a family or up to four adults.

Pets are welcome in this room. Enjoy a welsh cooked breakfast meat based or vegetarian! Swn-y-Cored is the holiday cottage next to The Four Poster Guest House. It consists of a sitting room (with freeview colour TV and DVD Player), a separate dining room, kitchen (equipped with CD player, larder fridge/ freezer, electric cooker, microwave oven and dishwasher) and bathroom/toilet on the ground floor.

Upstairs there is a large double bedroom, and a second bedroom with twin beds. With sleeping accommodation for 4 the cottage is heated by gas central heating and is double glazed throughout. There is a small, private courtyard to the rear, with garden table and chairs, and off-road car parking is available.

There are facilities available for well behaved pets upon request.

 3 star rating

From: £65.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Llangollen Travel and Heritage Information

Llangollen, St Collen's Church - 0.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Plas Newydd, Llangollen - 0.4 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Castell Dinas Bran - 0.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Llangollen Motor Museum - 1.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Valle Crucis Abbey - 1.4 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Eliseg's Pillar - 1.6 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - 3.4 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Chirk Castle - 4.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Brynkinalt - 6.1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Llangadwaladr, St Cadwaladr's Church - 7.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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