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Abbey Grange Hotel
Llantisilio
Llangollen
North Wales

LL20 8DD | View map

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Abbey Grange Hotel is a fully licensed residential Hotel in the heart of some of the most beautiful and unspoiled countryside in the British Isles. The hotel is one and a half miles from the charming country town of Llangollen and is within easy access of all the major roads serving the North West, the Midlands and the rest of the U.K. Its location is ideal for enjoying the varied local amenities and also as a base for exploring the rest of North Wales, including the Snowdonia National Park and coastal resorts.About UsSet in eight acres of unspoilt countryside near the foot of the spectacular Horseshoe Pass, and enjoying magnificent views of open fields and mountains to all sides, Abbey Grange offers an idyllic setting for a relaxed holiday. Traditionally built from local slatestone and originally the private residence of the local slate quarry owner, the hotel now combines the character of an old country house with the comfort of modern amenities. The name of the Hotel derives from the nearby 13th century Valle Crucis Abbey. Outside, there is a Sun Patio, a large Garden / Lawn area and a children's play area which includes swings. There is also a large private car parking area. Inside, you can relax with friends in the cosy Abbey bar or you can enjoy a glass of Real Ale in the Oak Bar

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