North Wales: Two or Three Night Stay For Two With Breakfast Plus Drinks and Appetisers from £119 at the 4* Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant (Up to 57% Off)
- 4* coaching inn hotel
- Dates back to the 16th century
- Gastro pub-style restaurant with open fire and fine ales
- Picturesque, rural location
- Standard double en suite room
- Hot breakfast each morning
- Glass of wine each with appetisers on first night
- Well-behaved pets allowed
Expires 16 November 2012 (Excl. 2, 3, 12 June, 7 July, 8, 15 September, 14-17 November 2012).
Limit 1 per 2 people.
May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required by phone: +441745 816533, or by email at: email@example.com.
Non-cancellable once confirmed.
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am.
Well-behaved pets allowed.
Guests may bring own cot or travel bed for children.
Upgrade to a junior suite available subject to availability for a surcharge of £20.
Upgrade to luxury suite available subject to availability for a surcharge of £30.
Original value based on hotel rack rate.
Valid on option purchased only.
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In keeping with the rugged moorland, sleepy villages, and ancient history of North Wales, the Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant provides a wonderfully old-fashioned retreat for explorers of this rural idyll.
Keep it traditional with today's Groupon from the Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant. Choose from the following options:
Stay for two
In a standard double room with breakfast each morning plus wine and appetisers on the first night
- £119 for a two night stay (Up to 53% off)
- £159 for a three night stay (Up to 57% off)
Hiding its four-star splendor within a 16th century coaching inn, this rustic and relaxed hotel combines traditional styles with modern day indulgences. The Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant caters to fine tastes with gastro pub-style dining and real ales in a homely environment that’s warmed with open fires. Original beams and rich oak panelling adorn elegantly furnished interiors, while a clutch of cosy rooms offer comfort and seclusion with en suite facilities and other welcome conveniences.
Conquer historic curiosity with an intrepid trek to nearby Denbigh Castle, the 13th century ruins of which overlook the town from atop a scenic headland. Elsewhere, a chugging trip on the volunteer-run Llangollen Railway will provide unique views of the surrounding valley, rivers, and moorland, while the fully resorted steam locomotives are a spectacle in themselves. When not riding the rails, stroll up Llangollen Canal to take in the country air and explore the heights of Britain’s tallest aqueduct, which is reportedly surrounded by a charming community of local otters.
- Standard double room with en suite
- Full English breakfast each morning with sausages, black pudding, hash browns, mushrooms, tomato and toast
- Glass of wine each with a selection of pre-dinner appetisers on the first night
- Complimentary stay for well-behaved pets
- Upgrades to junior and luxury suites available for a surcharge
Train: Low-cost trips may be made from London Euston, Glasgow Central, Manchester Piccadilly, Cardiff Central, Birmingham New Street, and Liverpool Lime Street.
Road: Follow the M56 onto the A55 and then take Junction 27 towards Denbigh, where signposts will point the way to the town centre.
TripAdvisors award Guildhall Tavern a super 4/5 stars. While opinions regarding certain aspects of the rooms vary, reviewers praise the quality of dining, room decor, and service.
Friendly welcome, enthusiastic staff and good service both in the bar and restaurant. Excellent welsh cooked breakfast. Room comfortable and well appointed but could not find a hair dryer. Will definitely be returning!
– JonG53, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012
Lovely stay here for one night whilst visiting family. They gave us a lovely, clean room with loads of character. The bar is a lovely place to get all cosy and have a lovely drink or two and a meal and all the locals and staff are very warming and friendly!
– catchad, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012