The Dee Valley is brimming with local history to discover. In Llangollen, walk up to the ruins of Castell Dinas Bran Castle, or take a ride on the Llangollen Steam Railway to Corwen – Glyndyfrdwy station is less than a mile from the lodge! Stop off at the Berwyn Station where you can walk over the Chain Bridge above the River Dee and take a picnic to the Horseshoe Falls. Stand Up Paddle Board or take a trip on the Horse Drawn Canal Boat along the Llangollen Canal World Heritage Site, or kayak over Thomas Telfords’ Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Take a stroll around Plas Newydd in Llangollen and learn about the Ladies of Llangollen, Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby or visit the evocative ruins of Valley Crusis Abbey. Discover the fascinating history of Owain Glyndwr, Lord of Glyndyfrdwy, who took the title Prince of Wales in 1400 – Owain Glyndwr’s Mount can be seen off the A5. In Glyndyfrdwy you’ll find a charming and beautiful walk up Pandy, where you’ll find slate works and beautiful scenery.
Chirk Castle and Erddig National Trust properties are just 25 mins away.
After a busy day, retreat to the lodge, and look for the stars while you unwind in the hot tub.