The Bryn Howel Hotel and Restaurant is set in the magnificent Vale of Llangollen in North Wales, one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain.
- Overlooking the Fabulous Dee Valley
- Locally sourced produce
- Friendly welcoming service
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Stay in a Double Bedded room and receive:
- Flowers & chocolates in your room upon arrival (value £25)
- 3 Course evening meal for two on the first night (value £26.95 pp)
- Full English breakfast for two daily
1 night stay
Package Price: £90 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £180 per room
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2 night stay
Package Price: £125 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £250 per room
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3 night stay
Package Price: £160 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £320 per room
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All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.
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Facilities at The Bryn Howel Hotel
The Bryn Howel Hotel and Restaurant is set in the magnificent Vale of Llangollen in North Wales, one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain where there is so much to do and see at all times of the year.
As one of Llangollen's and North Wales' premier hotels and restaurants, The Bryn Howel is both popular with visitors from all over the world and with local people alike.
If you are looking for superb accommodation in Llangollen and North Wales The Bryn Howel Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area and the North Wales coast and countryside.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 2:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Free Parking on Site
The hotel has a lift.
History of the hotel
Bryn Howel was built in the late 19th century adjacent to The Llangollen Canal, during the reign of Queen Victoria, as the country home of Mr Edwards and his family.
Mr Edwards owned quarries, brick and tile works locally, which were important industries in the area at the time.
Bryn Howel has been sympathetically developed from a family home to the hotel it is today with all the facilities expected by visitors from around the world whilst the original features and the ambiance of the country house have been retained. The wood-panelled bar still has the original log fire and the The Welsh Anthem inscribed over the fireplace as well as it's celebrated ornate ceiling. Simply Stunning.
Children welcome, Family rooms up to 2 children. Children under 4 are free. Children up to 16 are £20 per night B&B paid on departure. Cots provided on request.
Dogs are welcome with prior agreement with the hotel in ground floor rooms. There is a charge of £30 per night. Dogs are allowed in the lounges but not areas where food is being served.
The Rooms at The Bryn Howel Hotel
All of our bed rooms feature a degree of space and individualism seldom found in modern hotels, Many with antiques beds and wooden beams. Double rooms have en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, direct dial telephone and television with 10 digital channels. Many of the rooms also have splendid views over the Vale of Llangollen.
All of our bed rooms feature a degree of space and individualism seldom found in modern hotels, Many with antiques beds and wooden beams. Twin rooms have en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, direct dial telephone and television with 10 digital channels. Many of the rooms also have splendid views over the Vale of Llangollen.
Cedar Tree Restaurant
We are extremely proud of our award-winning restaurant which specialise in producing delicious meals cooked to order. The ingredients are freshly delivered daily and yet you can still enjoy a 3-course meal from just £22.90.
Sample menus are displayed but we do change our menus regularly (some even daily) to provide variety and take advantage of seasonal fish, fruit, vegetables etc.
Whenever you visit you will be assured of excellent food at modest prices.
Take in the panoramic views from the windows of the Cedar Tree Restaurant whilst enjoying your meal.
7.30 - 9.30 Weekdays
8.00 - 9.30 Weekends
12:00 - 3:00pm
6.30pm - 9.30pm
The Bryn Howel Hotel Location
Map & Directions
Free Parking on Site
How to get here
We are situated on the A539 2 miles from Llangollen.
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Location & Local Attractions
Llangollen and the surrounding areas boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in North Wales and all our hotels provide the perfect base to explore Llangollen, the beautiful North Wales countryside and nearby Wrexham, Ruthin and Chester.
The Bryn Howel Hotel Reviews
- 6 reviews
- Member since 2008
Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 7UW
Bryn Howel Hotel
The hotel in set in a delightful location adjacent to the Shropshire Canal with beautiful gardens.
The public areas are being refurbished to an excellent standard in keeping with the style of the hotel.
The bedrooms at the moment are a little tired, but comfortable and clean .
These are also to be upgraded and when finally completed should provide excellent accommodation.
Took a chance as a last minute booking and was not disappointed at the stunning location. A genuine old family almost stately home. Currently undergoing a period of subtle and non intrusive refurbishment but not to the detriment of the building inside or out and one you would never notice as a guest.
It is a 3 star I believe but with the addition of wi -fi and air conditioning in all bedrooms would certainly bring it up to 4 star status and one it deserves.
The view from the dining room looking towards the mountains is truly what Bryn Howel is all about and we looked forward to breakfast just to gaze and admire where we would be later in the day.
All staff were very attentive and always had a smile on their face and the food was excellent real fine dining; it was a pity that there were not many guests the week we stayed which by cost effectiveness reduced the continental breakfast options which was a shame as by midweek couldnt handle the full Welsh breakfast and full means full !! It was lovely though.
The hotel deserves to be busier and a perfect wedding venue but I think I would be encouraging the short stay coach parties - gauranteed income .
I would certainly stay there again but perhaps on a shorter stay as having to live in the modern world would appreciate a wi-fi bedroom.
Fabric of the hotel is in urgent need of an update. Room was shabby, bathroom in particular.
The hotel was excellent, we had a wonderful room, location second to none , very disappointed
with the food , we would stay if the standard of food was much better.
Lovely staff, good food, dated decor
We had a pleasantly enough stay but only after changing rooms as there was no heating in the bathroom of the first room and it was January! The decor all around was somewhat dated and therefore felt a little unclean even though it wasn t, there was no heating in the restaurant either but we were the only people there. The food was good and the staff very attentive, a lovely breakfast too.
Hotel is well situated for walks, cycling and sight seeing.