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562 amazing properties from 35 providers can be booked in Llangollen with prices starting at £30 a night. By directly analysing these accommodation options, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers as well as the highest rated lettings in Llangollen.
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Price and Availability Index in Llangollen
Holiday Letting Price Information in Llangollen
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Llangollen. in Llangollen, prices can go up to £113 (27/07 - 03/08). The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in January (26/01 - 02/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Llangollen
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Llangollen with the graph above. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Llangollen is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Conversely, 93% of the lettings are still available during a week in July (13/07 - 20/07).
The weather in Llangollen
You can see our climate diagram above. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Llangollen holiday lettings are about ancient castles and adventure
Idyllic Llangollen accommodations are set in the midst of the Berwyn mountains, which are home to a rich heritage dating from the Bronze Age through to Victorian and more modern times. Discover this Welsh jewel from a Llangollen cottage
Ancient local gems
Chirk Castle, a 700-year-old fortress, still serves as a residence today. ItsThe opulent interiors include a long gallery furnished in 17th-century fashion, a 1920s-style bow room, and 18th-century saloon. Award-winning gardens cover an area of 5.5 acres and overlook the Cheshire Hills.
Check out Castell Dinas Brân, a fantastic medieval castle constructed within the foundations of an Iron Age hillfort. Thought to be built in the 1260s, it was burnt during Edward I's rule and reclaimed in the 14th century. A thousand feet high, the commanding precipice affords spectacular views of the mountains.
Meanwhile, the sublime Valle Crucis Abbey is even more romantic in its ruined state. Seeming to melt into its woodland surroundings, the Gothic abbey was built in 1200 by Cistercians, and sacked during the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII some three hundred years afterwards.
Kids cavort across the lawns at Erddig Country Hall And Gardens, a stunning green space where every path entices you with the promise of new vistas. A sensory garden, butterfly beds, and other delights entertain little ones, and there's an adventure playground to discover as well. Don't leave without meeting the estate's working horses.
Children will be fascinated by the collection of vintage automobiles on display at the Llangollen Motor Museum. Interactive exhibits teach visitors about the engineering feats of the past through play. Situated by the river, the site also has a picnic area where you can dine al fresco as a family.
Alternatively, get out into nature with the kids on exciting river rafting and tubing trips. Expert guides coach you across the white water on rafts, while tubers float effortlessly down the rapids, enjoying spectacular views along the way.
Drives and day trips
Dividing two vast mountains, Horseshoe Pass runs in a U-shape around the valley and offers sublime views. At the highest point of the pass, the celebrated Ponderosa Café is the ideal place for pondering. There are several walking routes you can follow through the foothills to appreciate the scenery.
Canyoning and rappelling tours are another great way to experience the magic of Wales's great outdoors. Llangollen Outdoors takes you to the most thrilling natural phenomena in the area, where you can abseil, go gorge walking, or learn bushcraft. Stand up paddleboarding and 4x4 offroading days make for unforgettable adventures in the scenic Welsh hills.
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