Situated in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, this delightful 16th-century property has a wealth of charm and character. It boasts inglenook log fires and original timbered ceilings, all set off by period furnishings.
Over 400 years old, the period quality extends into the unique and spacious 4-star bedrooms. Some rooms are set in the oldest parts of the hotel, with views of the Berwyn Hills, whilst all have a private bathroom.
The restaurant has won multiple awards for the quality of its service and the creative menu. The kitchen’s fresh, seasonal produce includes Ceiriog trout and locally farmed Welsh Beef.
Local real ales are stocked in the relaxed Lounge Bar, which also features a large fireplace and an antique confessional.