EllesmereCopyright Andy Beecroft

Ellesmere is a crossroads town at the centre of a starburst of roads to Wrexham, Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Whitchurch, thus great for touring, but with fine waterside provided by the Llangollen Canal and the meres which give the place its name there’s much to see here too... Read More

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Hotels in Ellesmere - 3 places to stay

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Red Lion Coaching Inn

Red Lion Coaching Inn

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16th century award winning coaching inn a 30 second walk from Shropshire's jewel Ellesmere lake with plenty of wildlife and walks for you to enjoy. A 2 minute walk into ... More

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Woodland Park Lodges

Woodland Park Lodges
Nestling in tranquil woodland, deep in Shropshire's unspoilt countryside, this superb collection of traditional real-log lodges offers an idyllic rural retreat. Perfect for romantic breaks or relaxing family holidays exploring England's beautiful green heart.
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Slieve Donard Hotel (2.54 miles)

Slieve Donard Hotel

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Open for over 100 years, Slieve Donard stands in 6 acres of private gardens leading to the world famous Royal County Down Golf Club.
With deluxe accommodation, luxury surroundings and excellent facilities, ... More

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The Old Post Office (3.90 miles)

The Old Post Office
The Old Post Office Offers Superior Self Catering Accommodation in the Co. Down / Belfast Area!
"The Old Post Office" is close to Banbridge, Castlewellan and Newcastle, and is easily accessible to Belfast and Dublin airports. ... More | visit website
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Hanmer Hotel (4.66 miles)

Hanmer Hotel
With a beautiful, peaceful location in the quiet, traditional village of Hanmer, this charming 4-star inn offers attractive en suite accommodation and is great for a restful, relaxing break.
Situated on the borders of Shropshire, Cheshire ... More | visit website
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Fitzwarine House (5.06 miles)

Fitzwarine House
Welcome to our home, with picturesque views overlooking Whittington Castle and moat - perfect for business or pleasure. Situated on A495, we are about a mile from the well- known Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt ... More | visit website
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Burlton Inn (6.11 miles)

Burlton Inn

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The beautiful 18th century main building is situated on the road between Shrewsbury and Ellesmere. Featuring traditional wood beams, a warming snug with fireplace, an excellent period bar and a ... More

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Lion Quays Hotel (6.14 miles)

Lion Quays Hotel

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Lion Quays Hotel is situated on the banks of the Llangollen Canal, on the main A5 trunk road between Oswestry and Wrexham.Designed to set new standards of comfort and convenience, ... More

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Moreton Park Lodge (6.25 miles)

Moreton Park Lodge
At Moreton Park Lodge we offer spacious comfortable, well equipped rooms, friendly service and fantasic value for money. Rates are for the room and not per person.

We also have our large restaurant "The Lord Moreton" right next ... More | visit website
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Mulsford Cottage (6.29 miles)

Mulsford Cottage
Mulsford Cottage is a family run four star bed and breakfast in the heart of North Wales, offering idyllic weekend getaways, or longer term stays for corporate visitors. 4 miles from the Wrexham Industrial estate, ... More | visit website
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Buck House Hotel (6.60 miles)

Buck House Hotel
We are close to Wrexham and Chester and many tourist locations, also convenient for those visiting Wrexham Industrial Estate. The village itself is set by the River Dee (good for fishing), is ideal for ... More | visit website
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Stableyard Guest Accommodation & S/C Cottages (6.62 miles)

Stableyard Guest Accommodation & S/C Cottages

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Built in 1630, genuine oak beams, centre of the village near the beautiful River Dee. Convenient for Chester, Llangollen, Ellesmere Lakes, Snowdonia, Borderlands,Wrexham Ind. Est. Excellent walking, golf nearby, fishing ... More

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