Mulberry Inn


Here’s the perfect example of a contemporary country inn, combining the character of a bygone era with all the comforts and goodies that today’s discerning travellers expect to find.

Map of North Wales

The Pheasant Bar, in the original 18th-century part of the inn, sums the place up nicely. A mix of traditional slate flooring, old beams and sleekly modern décor, it’s run in a friendly and informal way, a Mulberry Inn trademark (along with its imaginative menus).

The bedrooms, completely refurbished a year or so ago, are fresh, stylish and full of contemporary touches including flatscreen TVs, mini-bars, bathrobes and slippers, sumptuous beds, luxury duvets, plump pillows and deluxe toiletries.

Then there’s the location, in the ‘hidden’ – and very peaceful – Ceiriog Valley, yet only a few miles from Llangollen and Chirk. It’s great for walking, cycling and all things outdoorsy – talking of which, you can soak up the views from the oak decking and landscaped gardens.

About North East Wales

We are told that interesting things await us in North East Wales where we share a border with English counties Shropshire and Cheshire. This area is perfect for nature lovers with Offa’s Dyke National Trail, a 177 mile range from north to south, passing through the heather clad hills and limestone cliffs making up the Clwydian Range.
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Your hosts Allan and Max take pride in sharing their knowledge of this part of Wales and look forward to welcoming you.

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The Mulberry Inn, Llwynmawr, near Llangollen, LL20 7BB