Llangollen Hostel offers clean and comfortable twin and double rooms, en-suite family rooms, private four-bed and six-bed en-suite rooms, and a great value six-bed dorm. Our friendly staff will ensure you have a pleasant and happy stay. The hostel is perfectly located to explore the Vale of Llangollen, with its walking, climbing, canoeing and mountain biking. Llangollen offers a great choice of restaurants and traditional pubs.
19 hotels in or near to Oswestry, Shropshire
Big Bear Lodge is a unique one of a kind experience set in a magical part of England, its a brand new bespoke designed lodge evocative of a ski lodge.
The Four Poster is a historic 17th century Bed & Breakfast and Holiday Cottage situated in the heart of Llangollen. It is close to the historic bridge spanning the River Dee, the steam train and the Llangollen canal.Offa's Dyke path is within walking distance. It is ideally located for visiting the many attractive shops and the excellent restaurants and bars of this picturesque Welsh town. Snowdonia and Chester are within a short car journey away. We are open March until late October annually.
This family run Hotel has beautifully appointed accommodation ideal for that weekend break. The rooms are designed to offer exceptional comfort and can cater for the needs of families. Overlooking the River Dee which flows graciously under the magnificent 16th century bridge, one of the "Seven Wonders of Wales", the hotel is ideally situated.
The Hand at Llanarmon, standing in the heart of the stunning Upper Ceiriog Valley in the North Wales Borderlands, is a classic British Inn & Spa, serving superb food with flair, generosity and informality.
One of Llangollen's longest established and family-run hotels. The Britannia Inn offers a personal touch and friendliness that make it a firm favourite with our guests, many who return annually. Offering a relaxed, country hotel, atmosphere in the wonderful surroundings of the Dee River valley, the hotel places emphasis on quality for money, cleanliness, and customer satisfaction. You will be welcomed by our friendly, courteous, professional staff and made comfortable throughout your stay.
Situated in the heart of stunning mid-wales country- side, The Cain Valley is a family owned Grade II listed 17th century coaching Inn. With a warm and cosy atmosphere it provides an ideal central location for touring Mid and North Wales. Private Car Park to Rear, 12 en-suite bedrooms, Bar Meals and Restaurant Available, Excellent Real-Ales, Pet Friendly
A warm welcome awaits you at our family run B&B. Tucked in a quiet cul-de-sac, a 5 minute walk from Oswestry town centre shops and restaurants. Ideally located for visiting the attractions and countryside of Mid/North Wales and only a few miles from Offa's Dyke. All rooms are non smoking, with a smoking area in the garden at the rear of the house. We pride ourselves on the comfort our home offers, use fresh local produce, are as accommodating as possible ensuring a relaxed stay. Off road parking
We have 11 en-suite bedrooms each with its own unique style. All rooms have flat screen TVs, direct-dial phones, tea and coffee making facilities and mineral water is also provided. We aim to make your stay at the Sweeney feel like home away from home but with that little touch of luxury that a 3*** Hotel provides.
Situated in one of the oldest streets in Llangollen and a few seconds from the high street, Gales has 15 en-suite bedrooms. All our rooms are individually decorated and sympathetically restored in keeping with the historic character of the buildings.
Idyllic setting in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountain, once a Drovers Inn and now a rural paradise - a historic 16th Century building with considerable character and reputation for dining. A rare olde inn with slate flagged floors, inglenook fireplaces with roaring fires and a genuine welcome from the staff of this privately owned business - a gem of a find! The Ceiriog Valley in which The West Arms nestles, is known locally as "The Hidden Valley" and once visited, will remain in your heart
Welcome to Plas Uchaf Country Guest House on the Shropshire/Powys border. Plas Uchaf has everything you have been looking for in a guest house, tranquillity, comfort, attentive service and some of the most beautiful landscape and sightseeing that England and Wales have to offer right on our doorstep
Set in the tiny village of Crickheath near Oswestry and only a stones throw from Wales is the luxury border award winning hideaway retreat of Greystones. We are the only AA Five Gold Star Highly Commended B&B in the greater Oswestry area and we have been awarded the coveted AA Dinner and Breakfast Awards. We are one of the few fully licensed B&B’s in the whole of Shropshire.
Accommodation with old world standards, modern facilities and relaxed atmosphere in the historic village of Ruyton XT Towns. Unique 2 acre hillside garden "has to be seen to be believed".
Cambrian House is a Grade 2 listed building recently refurbished to high class Guest House. Formally a coaching house Cambrian House boasts a large private locked car park. The Cambrian House has opened the "Beehive Restaurant" which offers a full Menu plus a Full "Gluten Free Menu" . The Restaurant is open to the public for Breakfast , Lunch and Dinner.
Welcome to our home, with picturesque views overlooking Whittington Castle and moat - perfect for business or pleasure. Situated on A495, we are about a mile from the well known Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, and only 2 miles from the market town of Oswestry.
The Burlton inn is a quaint village inn set in the wonderful Shropshire country, with six lovely bedrooms, a friendly bar and great food. All you need for a perfect break.
Carreg-y-big Farm B & B is situated on Offa’s Dyke Path at Grid Reference SJ252322 in a superb tranquil location with picturesque views of the Shropshire rolling countryside, yet only 3 miles from Oswestry. It is the only B&B actually located on the Offa's Dyke Path so no transport to the accommodation is required.
Set in 6.5 acres of gardens, this hotel is ideally located for Wrexham and Chester, has free Wi-Fi, log fires, and an excellent reputation for its locally produced food