ProAdventure Activity Centre
This not-for-profit company runs canyoning, canoeing, rock climbing, rafting and bushcraft tasters and trips: prices start from £45 per...
Llangollen Wharf arranges two options: a short excursion on the Llangollen Canal by horse-drawn narrow boat, and motorised narrow-boat...
The 7.5-mile jaunt through the Dee Valley via Berwyn (near Horseshoe Falls) and Carrog on the former Ruabon to Barmouth Line is a superb...
A sister to the well-established Ruthin Manorhaus, this restaurant-with-rooms brought whole new stratospheres of swish to Llangollen...
Plas Newydd information
Lonely Planet review
The 18th-century home of the Ladies of Llangollen, Plas Newydd is an atmospheric step back in time. The celebrated couple transformed the house into a hybrid of Gothic and Tudor styles, complete with stained-glass windows, carved-oak panels and formal gardens. Admission to the house includes a good self-guided audio tour of the house. The tranquil gardens are free to explore.