Places to go out & eat & drink in Llangollen
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Llangollen

Places to eat & drink in Llangollen.

Beautiful Llangollen, sitting amongst the Welsh hills is a main gateway into North Wales, particularly for those who live in the North Midlands. The market town is a popular stop-over and resting point for tourists on four wheels and two.
Much more than a resting point Llangollen stands on the stunning River Dee. The river is wide and moves quickly, creating white water rapids in places, attractive for canoeing and kayaking. The town is also connected by the Llangollen Canal, which is part of the Shropshire Union System, and for rail lovers there is the preserved Llangollen Railway operating a mixture of steam and diesel locomotives.
The town is busy and very charming with tea shops, bistros, gift shops and galleries and plenty of good places to stay, it is a favourite holiday destination. Mountains, rivers and wild valleys are on its doorstep for walkers and cyclists. Llangollen also hosts a wide range of music festivals, parades, arts extravaganzas and novelty acts which are held throughout the tourist season.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Llangollen or surrounding areas.

Llangollen Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Cottage Tea Rooms

Tel: 01978 860976

Central located tea rooms, formally two cottages dating from the early 19th century. Standing in what is known colloquially as Ham & Egg Square. Eat inside in our cosy rooms or alfresco and take in the atmosphere of this vibrant town. Listed Building in a Conservation Area of Llangollen.
Type: Cafe

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Robbins Nest

44 Market Street, Llangollen
Tel: 01978 861425    Fax: 01978 861425

In the heart of Llangollen 'Robbins Nest' is situated in a large Victorian building with stylish furnishings including a warm open fire and an Edwardian style conservatory to the rear. "We look forward to your enjoyment of our fine food and wines."
Type: Pub/Inn

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The Bishop Trevor

Abbey Road, Lllangollen, Denbighshire, North Wales
Tel: 01978 860063    Fax: 01978 860063

Traditional Welsh Cakes, Cacen Radell, were originally cooked on a bakestone or griddle over an open fire. Make the job easy we can supply you with bake-at-home mixes of welsh cakes and scones prepared to a variety of local recipes. See them made fresh on the premises and smell the delicious aroma. Outside catering specialists for large and small events. Home baked food. Restaurant overlooking the famous Llangollen bridge.
Type: Restaurant

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Bryn Howel Hotel

Llangollen, LL20 7UW
Tel: 01978 860331    Fax: 01978 860119

The more traditional Welsh cuisine has been thoughtfully blended with modern elements of cooking to the benefit of both in the Cedar Tree Restaurant, and local ingredients are used whenever possible. A good wine list.
Type: Restaurant

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18 Bridge Street, Llangollen, LL20 8PF
Tel: 01978 860089

Gales is a conversion of former town house, now transformed into a lively Wine Bar serving tasty food, an exciting range of wines, with plenty of space for small corporate gatherings. The atmosphere is lively and welcoming.
Type: Pub/Inn

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Corn Mill

Dee Lane, Llangollen, LL20 8PN
Tel: 01978 869555

The Corn Mill, a dramatic conversion from an old water mill on the River Dee, provides a wonderful setting in which to enjoy agreeable pub-grub of an above average standard. Good range of beers and quaffable wines.
Type: Pub/Inn

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