Self catering accommodation for 6 in Llangollen
The incredible Pontcysyllte Aqueduct near Llangollen
The lounge with large flatscreen TV
Modern kitchen facilities
Alfresco dining

Swallows Return


  • Garden
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Dog/Pet Friendly

Self catering for 6 near Llangollen. This property is in an ideal location being centrally situated for visiting the regions main tourist attractions.

An end of terrace house (ex local authority) situated in the hamlet of Trevor home to Thomas Telford's world famous Pontcysllite Aqueduct world heritage site (some 4 miles from Llangollen).

Sleeps six - cot and highchair available. One well behaved dog welcome at a charge of £15.00. Not suitable for wheelchair access.

This house is in a great position being literally a stones throw from the canal  and close to the magnificent Pontcysllte Aqueduct. The Aqueduct has taken narrow boats safely from the villages of Trevor to Froncysllte over the magnificent Dee valley for over two hundred years. The Offas Dyke footpath also passes through Trevor. The historic Telford Inn opposite, serves excellent food and has a lovely beer garden. Llangollen is famous for hosting the Annual international music Eisteddfod and white water cannoning events.


  • Lounge/Diner with 42" Plasma T.V with SKY, leather suite: Dining table/chairs.
  • Kitchen (inc gas hob/electric oven, microwave, and dishwasher),
  • Utility room (with fridge/freezer, washing machine, sink and tumble dryer)
  • Sitting room (with Leather suite, satellite T.V, Computer with WI-FI Internet access)
  • Bathroom (with shower above bath, toilet, washbasin)
  • 3 bedrooms (1 double) (2 single) (1 bunk)
  • Gas central heating throughout.
  • All bed linen and towels included.
  • Electricity and gas by pre payment meter initial amount provided free.
  • Secure off road parking for two vehicles on gated driveway to the front of the property and free public car park to the rear.

The Local Area

The pretty town of Llangollen is famous for hosting the anual international music Eisteddfod. You can explore the green valley by steam train or horse drawn canal boat. And for the more energetic why not try white water rafting down the boulder strewn rapids of the river Dee. Llangollen offers a good range of pubs and restaurants as well as many interesting shops.

The National Trust properties of Chirk castle and Errdig Hall only a short drive away. And for the golfers two excellent courses locally.

Llangollen is renowned for its beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife with Buzzards now a familiar sight soaring high above the dramatic mountain backdrop. With many walks to suit all ages and abilities from a leisurely stroll to some serious trecking. If cycling is your thing then there are some great rides locally but for the serious thrill seekers the Coed Llandegla mountain bike centre is a must.

Further afield

This property is in an ideal location being centrally situated for visiting the regions main tourist attractions. The Snowdonia National Park with its breathtaking scenery and lakes. The famous mountain railway which climbs to the summit of Snowdon Wales highest peak standing at 1085 meters. The quaint town of Betws y Coed with its waterfalls. And the coastal town's of Llandudno and Barmouth all approx one hours drive. To the North just across the English border the historic Roman walled city of Chester is just a 30 minute drive.

From £319 - £439 per week
Changeover day Saturday
Will consider short breaks


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Contact Details

LL20 7UA
T: 07758709123
M: 07866348330