In the heart of the town surrounded by the Beautiful DEE VALLEY
A WELCOME IN THE HILLSIDES
mh TOWNHAUS is a boutique 5 Star graded GUEST ACCOMMODATION in the centre of Llangollen, a destination for outdoor activities, steam and canal heritage and the home of the International Musical Eisteddfod.
A Victorian townhouse, its original features contrast with stylish modern interior design, art and 21st Century facilities.
mh TOWNHAUS is housed within an imposing Victorian townhouse and offers 9 guest rooms, many with their own lounge with stunning views of the castle opposite, which have been designed to offer the highest level of contemporary style and comfort.
Inspired by the black and white buildings that characterise the town, the decor utilises a muted palate of black, white and soft greys with a splash of gold and yellow.
Aspects of what we offer have changed to respond to the Covid-19 impacts. Our website notes any changes to facilities etc during this period.
manorhaus Ruthin & Llangollen (including the self-contained cottage in Llangollen) has achieved the Visit Wales/Visit Britain Covid accreditation ‘Good to Go/Barod Amdani’ which certifies we have new processes in place to meet government guidelines to be Covid-aware.
Our Covid-19 Risk Assessment document can be downloaded as a .pdf HERE
FOOD & DRINK
Breakfast is served in the dining room and offers a variety of fruit and homemade yoghurt as well as a full menu of hot dishes cooked to order using locally sourced ingredients.
Room only rates available with option to include breakfast at a supplement.
When chargeable Breakfast is £10 to include juices, hot drinks, buffet and choice of dishes from our cooked to order menu.
COVID-19 - our public areas are currently closed. A complimentary 'grab and go' breakfast will be included for all reservations - comprising a cereal bar, brioche, orange juice, fruit.
hot tub & little library
Our rooftop Hot Tub is located on the third floor on an external timber decked terrace which has fabulous commanding views over the town and mountains opposite.
Virtual Library • a selection of magazines are provided in every room, and our first floor landing library provides a small quiet reading area with an extended collection of magazines, local guidebooks and maps
COVID-19 - Unfortunately for guest safety we are unable to offer the hot tub or library facilities
GUEST ROOMS & suites
stay out of the ordinary, discover a collection of beautifully designed characterful rooms with you in mind
LARGE DOUBLE GROUND • Oriel 1
Located on the ground floor this large double is spacious with a with sofa and armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV - with a view towards the front of the property.
suite • Oriel 2
Located on the first floor this suite is spacious with a lounge area with sofa and armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV - with a view towards the front of the property and Castell Dinas Bran opposite. The bedroom area is towards the rear with a view to the side of the building and has a king size bed and LCD tv, and a slipper bath in the bedroom.
small DOUBLE • Oriel 3
Located on the first floor this double is our smallest room but is quiet and well laid out with plenty of space for an armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV. It has three small windows but they don't offer views.
LARGE DOUBLE • Oriel 4
Located on the first floor this large double is spacious with a lounge area with sofa and armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV - with a view towards the front of the property. The bedroom area is towards the rear and has a king size bed and LCD tv.
suite • Oriel 5
Located on the second floor this suite is our most spacious with a lounge area with sofa and armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV - with a view towards the front of the property and Castell Dinas Bran opposite. The bedroom area is towards the rear with a view to the side of the building and has a king size bed and LCD tv, and a double ended roll top bath in the bay window.
DOUBLE • Oriel 6
Located on the second floor this double room is quiet and well laid out with space for a couple of armchairs, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV. It has a small private external deck but no view as its window and deck overlook surrounding buildings.
loft room • Oriel 7
Located on the third floor (which does involve a lot of stairs) our Loft room has 6 cosy single cabin beds built into the eaves, each with its own TV, charging shelf and USB sockets, lighting, under-bed storage and nearby hanging spaces. An adjacent quiet seating area has two armchairs and a desk with a skylight window overlooking the rooftop.
LARGE DOUBLE • Oriel 8
Located on the second floor this large double is spacious with a lounge area with sofa and armchair, working desk, beverage cabinet with kettle and cafetiere and a large LCD TV - with a view towards the front of the property. The bedroom area is towards the rear and has a king size bed and LCD tv.
Our cottage provides one bedroom self contained accommodation attached to manorhaus Townhaus B&B - with independent access via a gated path from the front terrace.
YOO HOO! WE ARE HERE
Just 35 minutes from Chester, and 1 hour from Manchester by car • RUABON or CHirk train station 10 minute taxi
ACCESS STATEMENT • AS A VICTORIAN BUILDING CONSTRUCTED ON A HILLSIDE, OUR MULTI LEVEL PROPERTY HAS SOME ACCESS LIMITATIONS
PLEASE DOWNLOAD OUR FULL ACCESS STATEMENT TO UNDERSTAND THE RESTRICTIONS THAT EXIST.
PICTURESQUE LLANGOLLEN • LONG RECOGNISED AND VISITED AS A SCENIC GEM
Straddling the white waters of the River Dee, Llangollen has been a desitnation for visitors over the centuries, and offers a vibrant town with a wealth of attractions, cafe's, restaurants and independent shops; surrounded by the beautiful hills and Berwyn mountains. DISCOVER MORE
llangollen steam railway
Llangollen Railway is the only standard gauge heritage railway in North Wales.
Located beside the historic Dee Bridge (built in 1345) in the centre of Llangollen town. The journey is a relaxing 10 miles travelling through the stunning Dee Valley to the lovely town of Corwen the cross roads of North Wales. DISCOVER MORE
llangollen canal and horsedrawn barges
Take a walk, or barge at a leisurely pace along the Llangollen Canal
Llangollen Wharf is is now part of a World Heritage Site. From the Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn boat trip along the feeder for the main canal, or a motorised aqueduct boat trip which takes you across the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. DISCOVER MORE
plas newydd house and gardens
Former home of the Ladies of Llangollen
Plas Newydd is notable as the home where two Irish ladies, Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby (the Ladies of Llangollen) eloped and set up house together in the late 18th century, scandalising the world. DISCOVER MORE
PONTCYSYLLTE aqueduct & world heritage site
Thomas Telford's Canal Engineering masterpiece & World Heritage Site
The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a navigable aqueduct that carries the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee in north east Wales. The 18-arched stone and cast iron structure, which took ten years to design and build, was completed in 1805. DISCOVER MORE