Within just a few miles are the Horseshoe Falls and Horseshoe Pass. Horse drawn narrow boats operate from Llangollen toward the Horseshoe Falls and motorised boats will take you over the world famous Pontcysyllte aquaduct.
Glyndyfrdwy is famous for its’ Owen Glendower connections and Corwen has a wonderful equestrian statue of him. Visitors to the area will be struck by the antiquity of the place. So many pubs are proud to claim 13th century trading roots and it is clear that many of the buildings are of a similar era. Llangollen offers canoeing and other pastimes along the river Dee. It is also home to the Eisteddfod and many excellent restaurants.
North Wales is of course home to many narrow gauge railways, castles and fine beaches, all of which are easily reached in a day trip from Station House.
If we are full or you wish to try somewhere different I can recommend Berwyn station. The Llangollen Railway runs part of the station as a holiday home too:
This beautifully renovated, Grade II listed station master’s house is situated on the platform of Berwyn Station on the Llangollen Steam Railway. It can sleep six and features all home comforts.
Visitors to this unique property can enjoy travel on trains winding their way through the breathtakingly scenery of the Dee Valley between Carrog and Llangollen.
Pub serving food 50 yards.