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Denbighshire Hotels Guide

Denbighshire is Wales's north east. Formally part of the large multi county incorperation of Clwyd, it became a county of its own in 1996. The area around here is commonly referred to as the North Wales Borderlands. This is an area of quintessential Welsh peaks, forests, fields, beaches in the North, the River Clwyd and delightful towns.

Cheap Hotels in Denbighshire Wales

Owain Glyndwr Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.6/5

“Nestling amongst the beautiful scenery of the Dee Valley, the town of Corwen is an excellent choice of location for those that want to explore the spectacular sights of North Wales. Our historic hotel is set in the heart of the town and is the perfect place for the tourist and business traveller to make their base. ”

The Square, Corwen

rooms from £46.00 View Prices
Bron-Y-Graig
 
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“We look forward to welcoming you to our warm and friendly establishment. We offer a choice of accommodation, with 10 wonderfully spacious and well equipped bedrooms, or a splendid holiday cottage that sleeps up to seven people, whatever your preference we know that you will not be disappointed. ”

Bron -Y- Graig, Corwen

rooms from £50.00 View Prices
The Mulberry Inn
Guest Rating: 4.8/5

“Located in one of the most beautiful and picturesque valleys in Wales, our 18th century country house hotel offer our guests the finest in superbly comfortable accommodation, friendly and attentive service from professional staff and the finest cuisine created by our chef from locally produced ingredients. ”

Llwynmawr, Llangollen

rooms from £70.00 View Prices
Chainbridge Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Our superb setting on the banks of the River Dee, in one of the most beautiful and picturesque locations in Wales, is perfect for those who want to enjoy the delights of this magnificent country. Our wonderful hotel provides our guests with the finest in comfortable and stylish accommodation. ”

Berwyn, Llangollen, Llangollen

rooms from £99.95 View Prices
Bryn Howel Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4/5

“You may be coming to this part of the country to tour the many wonderful attractions that this area has to offer, you may be here because you want a convenient base, or you my just be coming to enjoy the peace, tranquillity and luxury of our historic, award winning accommodation. ”

Bryn Howel Lane, Trevor, Llangollen

rooms from £59.00 View Prices
Halcyon Quest Hotel
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“We have the perfect location for visitors who want comfortable and convenient accommodation in the popular holiday town of Prestatyn. Just a two minute stroll from the high street and sea front all the delights of this lively and beautiful area are within easy reach. ”

17 Gronant Road, Prestatyn

rooms from £40.00 View Prices
Ruthin Castle Hotel and Spa
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Standing in 30 acres of beautiful and tranquil gardens, woodland and parklands, our historic castle is without doubt one of the finest places to stay in North Wales. Come along and allow yourself to be pampered by our attentive, experienced and professional staff, in the elegant style and unashamed luxury of our Medeival Castle. ”

Corwen Rd, Ruthin

rooms from £84.15 View Prices
The Oriel Country Hotel & Spa
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“For visitors who want to explore the spectacular scenery and beauty of the breathtaking Welsh hills and valley's, the stunning North Wales coast line, or perhaps you just want somewhere comfortable, peaceful and quiet away from the pressures of modern life, then we have the ideal place for you.”

Upper Denbigh Road, St Asaph

rooms from £59.50 View Prices

 

Inland, hills and mountains dominate. The Clwydian Range (as well as being a designated AONB) is home to some 30-plus Iron Age hill forts. This is considered the finest collection of its kind in Europe. Even wilder is the Berwyn Range. This is home to waist high heather on the slopes and rare species of falcons in the skies.

Numerous rivers and lakes offer unsurpassable opportunities for white water canoeing, windsurfing and sailing. on top of all this there are great conditions for salmon and trout fishing.

Providing a welcome respite to these vigorous outdoor activities are the bustling market towns of Corwen, Ruthin and Llangollen. The barges travelling across the aqueduct high above Llangollen, make it especially unusual. Its 13th century Castell Dinas Bran, aka Crow Castle (said to be the resting place of the Holy Grail), give it an individual air of mysticism.

On the coast to the North are the traditional seaside towns of Prestatyn and Rhyl. They offer 7 miles of sandy beaches between them. Also some traditional seaside attractions. These make for an entirely different type of holiday just a few miles north of the mountains!


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