Dee Valley Cottages
Introducing Dee Valley Cottages, self catering holiday accommodation in Llangollen…
Tell us a bit about yourself; what made you start providing accommodation? What was it that made you choose your property in the very beginning?
We live in a beautiful part of the country and decided to convert the old barns into holiday cottages.
We are Richard and Jenny
What do you think are the main reasons your guests choose your accommodation?
The cottages are set in a rural area, renown for its natural beauty, but still with lots to do and visit. We can a wide range of outdoor pursuits from abseiling to canoeing to walking and climbing but also more gentler activities maybe a trip along the Llangollen canal in a horse drawn boat or just sit back, relax and enjoy the views.
We also welcome well behaved pets.
What do you think are the main reasons why visitors come to your area?
For excellent value for money, a high standard of accommodation and the peace and quiet.
Has your accommodation received any awards, or especially suited to certain visitors?
We have an excellent mark with Trip Advisor, and we are suitable for accompanied disabled guests.
What do you think makes your accommodation stand out from the crowd?
The fabulous views, the peace and quiet, the quality of the cottages and the wide range of activities in the area.
Is your accommodation dog friendly? If yes, tell us what dog friendly venues are to be found locally; eg doggy friendly pubs, beaches, walks etc.
Yes we are dog friendly. Most of the pubs welcome dogs as well, sometimes in designated areas.
Where do you like to eat or drink (close to your accommodation)? What do you recommend on the menu?!
We won’t recommend a menu item, everyone is different, but we do enjoy the steaks at the Grouse Inn and variety at the Corn Mill both a short drive from us.
What’s your favourite place to go in your area that you think people should try and visit?
Visitors should walk the walk, there are miles and miles of secluded walks in the area. We also recommend the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct a world heritage site, but there are many, many other place to see and things to do.
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