Glasgwm Bed & Breakfast
Glasgwm is a Victorian townhouse run by John Spicer and Heather Petrie, located close to the centre of the historic town of Llangollen. Just a short walk from all of the town's many attractions, Glasgwm offers plenty of off-road parking at the front of the property. The four en-suite bedrooms have views, either across the beautiful valley at the front of the property, or into a quiet, terraced garden at the back.The guest lounge has a television and a wealth of reading materials and board games. Although centrally heated throughout, in the cold weather open fires are kept in overnight. Breakfast is served in an adjoining dining area. John and Heather are happy to provide guests with packed lunches and evening meals by prior arrangement. As ex-restaurateurs, they have a reputation for using high-quality, locally sourced, seasonal produce.Glasgwm is ideal for those wishing to explore the wider attractions of North Wales, and also the border counties of Cheshire and Shropshire (Chester is only 30 minutes drive and Shrewsbury 40 minutes drive away).
Glasgwm, Abbey Road
Llangollen, LL20 8SN
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Llangollen Railway is a Heritage Railway line starting at Llangollen Station, located beside theDee River Bridge in Llangollen Town and continuing 7 ½ miles upstream to
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