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Renowned for the surrounding hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has something for every visitor. This small town has a wealth of independent shops, cafes and and interesting places to visit. Stroll along the Riverside, watch the river tumble down beneath the bridge, and where the energetic can have a go at a range of outdoor activities. If you just want to relax, let the steam train take the strain or experience the peaceful views gliding along the canal on a horse-drawn boat.  


Llangollen is a great place to live, a great place to work and a great place to visit and over the years Llangollen has acquired a reputation for welcoming people from all over the World.

Local attractions

Llangollen Steam Railway

Llangollen Canal and Horsedrawn Barges

Plas Newydd Historical house and Gardens • The ladies of Llangollen

Pontcysyllte Aquaduct • UNESCO World Heritage Site

River Dee & Eglwyseg Mountains • Outdoor activity areas

Clwydian Range AONB • Scenic Gateway to North Wales

Snowdonia National Park • 30 minutes drive

Coed Llandegla Mountain Bike Centre


Just 40 minutes from Chester, and just over an hour from Manchester or Liverpool, 1.5 hours from Birmingham and the Midlands by car, Llangollen is ideally placed as a gateway to North Wales.  manorhaus is situated in the centre of Llangollen, with attractions such as the Steam Railway, Canal and Plas Newydd only a few minutes walk away.  

Access Statement

As a historical building located at the bottom end of Hill Street, manorhaus occupies 150 year old building with 4 floors.  We do not have a lift.


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