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Our Location

Corwen Old Police Station and Court House are situated within the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with its stunning views and rich heritage.

Descriptive words that come to mind when out on the Berwyn Mountains are peacefulness, remoteness and wilderness. Less discovered than Snowdonia, yet easy to reach and explore, you don’t need to queue to climb the mountains surrounding the Dee Valley.

 

 

The Old Police Station & Court House are imposing buildings in the town centre of Corwen

Within a minute’s walk you will find a post office, butchers, bakers, delicatessens, off licence, newsagents, chemist and gift shops.

The leisure centre is a short stroll away and there’s also a children’s play park.

And as far as what to eat - there’s a choice of, fish and chips, kebabs, pizza, Indian and Chinese take aways. There are cafes, pubs and restaurants in the town and if you don’t mind a short drive, there’s a selection of inns and restaurants nearby.

 

I hope that my enthusiasm for the area is infectious and that my knowledge of the area will be helpful to you during your holiday. There are lots of things to do from fabulous walks, historic castles, buildings and gardens, market towns, canals, country parks, zip wires, white water rafting, canoeing, climbing, fishing ... you name it, we have it, all within a stunning setting.

 

Our Location

Corwen Old Police Station and Court House are situated within the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with its stunning views and rich heritage.

Descriptive words that come to mind when out on the Berwyn Mountains are peacefulness, remoteness and wilderness. Less discovered than Snowdonia, yet easy to reach and explore, you don’t need to queue to climb the mountains surrounding the Dee Valley.

The Old Police Station & Court House are imposing buildings in the town centre of Corwen

Within a minute’s walk you will find a post office, butchers, bakers, delicatessens, off licence, newsagents, chemist and gift shops.

The leisure centre is a short stroll away and there’s also a children’s play park.

And as far as what to eat - there’s a choice of, fish and chips, kebabs, pizza, Indian and Chinese take aways. There are cafes, pubs and restaurants in the town and if you don’t mind a short drive, there’s a selection of inns and restaurants nearby.

I hope that my enthusiasm for the area is infectious and that my knowledge of the area will be helpful to you during your holiday. There are lots of things to do from fabulous walks, historic castles, buildings and gardens, market towns, canals, country parks, zip wires, white water rafting, canoeing, climbing, fishing ... you name it, we have it, all within a stunning setting.

Our Location

Corwen Old Police Station is an imposing building in the town centre of Corwen offering self catering and bed and breakfast accommodation. There are many facilities close by; within a minute’s walk you will find a bank, post office, butchers, bakers, delicatessens, off licence, chemist, grocers and greengrocers. The leisure centre and the trim trail are a short walk away; there’s a children’s play park and shops in town to buy sweets, newspapers, gifts and ice cream.

Don’t forget a journey on the Llangollen Heritage Railway one of the major tourist attractions in North Wales. Carrying over 100,000 passengers per annum, and now extended to Dwyrain Corwen East; a journey on the train is one of the best ways to see the stunning views of the Dee Valley and the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in comfort.

 
 

The property has immediate access to miles of walking and cycling routes and the Brenig Way.

Corwen was once the hub for road and rail access to the North and West coasts of North Wales and now it is central for many new and growing activities. It is ideally situated between the Welsh Border Lands and Snowdonia National Park giving quick and easy access to the towns of Betws y Coed, Llangollen, Bala and Ruthin, to name but a few.

The Estate also offers, by arrangement, canoeing, fishing, shooting, survival training, rally car testing and off road go karting. Tyddyn Llan in nearby Llandrillo is now considered to be one of Wales' finest restaurants, with a high rating in the 2014 Good Food Guide, a Michelin Star and winner of the 2014 Cheshire Life Hotel of Excellence Award. Back in town there’s a choice of fish and chips, kebabs, pizza, a good Indian restaurant and take away. There are pubs in the town or if you don’t mind a short drive, there’s a selection of inns nearby serving very good bar meals.

 
 

Don't forget to visit the nearby Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain. It was built by Thomas Telford, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is a music festival which takes place every year during the second week of July. Singers and dancers from around the world are invited to take part in over 20 high quality competitions followed each evening by concerts where the best and most colourful competitors share the stage with professional artists.

Cycling and Mountain Biking

Denbighshire has many cycling jewels; the Clwydian Range and Hiraethog have some of the best bridleway cycle route networks in the country that pass through a landscape of outstanding beauty. Cycling is just one activity that has been embraced in the redevelopment of the property and whether off-road, on-road or stunt riding the area is a mecca for bikers and Corwen is a good base.

 
 

The Marin Trail is a classic, and one of the first single track mountain bike trails in the UK, while the Penmachno Trails offer 30km of rides managed solely by a group of local volunteers.

Llandegla Forest is one of the best places for mountain biking in the UK, with trails suitable for beginners, families and those who want to be challenged! Cycle hire and training are available at the centre as well as an award winning café and shop which will cater to your every need. During the spring, early risers can even get a glimpse of one of Wales’ rarest bird, the black grouse at the Coed Llandegla through an RSPB viewing scheme, followed by a hearty breakfast.

  • "Exceeded Expectations - Absolutely wonderful house with everything you need and more, exceeds all expectations, would definitely go back. We were a party of eight and everyone had a fantastic time, with something for everyone, the walks, the pubs, the takeaways the relaxation just superb."
  • "A Beautiful, well presented house. It has everything you need and more! We loved it and will be back. Thank you for a lovely stay."
  • "Fantastic place to stay - beautifully presented loved the walks and locals were so friendly. Thank you."

Corwen Old Police Station & Court House

London Road, Corwen, Denbigshire
United Kingdom LL21 0DP

+44 (0) 7590 442 632
+44 (0) 1490 412 503

caroline@corwenoldpolicestation.co.uk