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Welcome to Geufron Hall Bed and Breakfast

Address: Geufron Hall, Llangollen, LL20 8DY

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Nestled at the foot of Dinas Bran Castle’s ruins, in a beautifully green and rural location, yet only 15 minutes' walk into town, this 4-star property boasts picturesque views over the Vale of Llangollen. Geufron Hall Bed and Breakfast offers free WiFi and free parking on site. In the charming, wooden-floored dining room, guests can enjoy freshly prepared breakfast made using local ingredients. The menu features laver bread, dry-cured bacon, and eggs from Geufron Hall’s own hens. Rooms at Geufron Hall Bed and Breakfast are light and airy, and benefit from picturesque views. Each features a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. The edge of Snowdonia National Park is about 35 minutes’ drive away, while Chester city centre is a 40-minute drive away. The ruins of Dinas Bran Castle can be reached in around 20 minutes on foot, and the B&B can provide a book on the castle’s history for guests wishing to find out more.

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Chirk Castle - Chirk - Castle

Chirk Castle - Chirk - Castle

Distance 4.28 miles (6.84 km)
Chirk Castle, occupied virtually continuously as a castle and stately home for almost 700 years, sits on a hilltop with its best views over the Ceiriog valley to the south. The successor to two known mottes in the area, it was probably built by Roger Mortimer, of the powerful Marcher family, who was granted the area by Edward I after the Welsh defeat in 1282. He was almost certainly given royal assistance in its design and construction, and its similarities to Beaumaris suggest that work may have started as late as 1295, perhaps in response to the Welsh rising of 1294.

Newi Cefn Druids Football Club - Football Club

Newi Cefn Druids Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.43 miles (7.08 km)
Plaskynaston Lane, Cefn Mawr, Wrexham, Wales. Tel; 01978 824279. Formed as Cefn Druids in 1992 with the amalgamation of Cefn Albion and Druids United. Renamed Flexsys Cefn Druids 1998. Renamed 2003. Nickname; The Ancients. Club Colours; Black and White. The Druids is a club steeped in history, those involved in todays club are as progressive as its predecessors who have helped in developing the club both on and off the pitch over many years.