Rest, is a bungalow, the name having derived from the author of the book
Wild Wales, written by George Borrow. Situated directly on the canalside,
the River Dee, Offa's Dyke path and close to Trevor Wharf. It's a haven
for all walks of life, especially for hikers, fishermen, cyclists and
canoeists and artists. Not exactly the appearance of a pretty Welsh
Cottage, but I believe I could guarantee you that you will be pleased with
the recently refurbished accommodation, the outstanding view of the valley
and especially that of the phenomenal Thomas Telford Aqueduct from the
conservatory , pleasant garden surroundings, ample off road parking and
hospitality you will receive.
I can accommodate up to 6 people. All bedrooms have a kettle, toaster, tea
and coffee making facilities. A fridge, Iron, hairdryer and shower robes
are available. All rooms are on the ground floor. Some with access
directly on to the patio. (weather permitting you can have your breakfast
Ideally positioned for touring North Wales. Llangollen 5mins. Wrexham
10mins Chester 25mins, Shrewsbury 40mins.
Double bed with door leading to patio with garden table and chairs.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 are ideal for four people travelling together as they
have a shared shower/toilet, with the advantage of a small kitchen with
ample cutlery and crockery and a microwave - so you don't always have to
Double bed with a private shower room.
Special Winter rates available. ie pay for two get third free.