Yes, probably. Give us a call on 01978 861773 and we'll do all we can to fit you in. Prices are from £18 for a single bed in a 6-bed dorm room, or £40 for a double (£45 ensuite).
Under 16s are just £10 per night when booked into a family room. There's no charge for babies.
Not at all. Put all images of grimy youth hostels with thin mattresses and stained blankets right out of your mind. We're an independent four star hostel, so are a mix of hostel, bunkhouse, hotel, bed and breakfast, and self-catering accommodation. Think of us as a great value hotel, with clean and comfortable beds, a fully-fitted kitchen, airy dining room, relaxing lounge, log fire, and washing facilities. Everyone who stays with us loves it, whether they be families with young children, canoeists paddling on the River Dee, walkers along the Offa's Dyke path, or couples having a romantic getaway.
As a four star hostel, we offer the best of both worlds: hotel quality with a hostel atmosphere. Our beds and rooms compare favourably with hotels. You'll be very comfortable here, whether you're a family on holiday or a paddler coming in after a long day on the water. With hotel-style accommodation at a hostel price, you'll be glad you stayed with us.
Yes, of course. Everyone is welcome at Llangollen Hostel. We love having a mix of people of all backgrounds and interests, from all over the world. It all goes towards building a friendly, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere that everyone enjoys. In fact, we find it a shame that it's even remotely necessary to say that all are welcome - of course they are. It should just be taken as read.
Well... I suppose so. Just make sure you clean up after yourself in the kitchen, and don't do anything that'll upset the other guests - up to and including launching nuclear warheads from our dorm rooms.
Do you accept bookings from stag and hen groups?
Do you allow dogs?
Sorry, we don't allow dogs.
Only if you can get them through the front door without scratching the paintwork, and up the stairs without scuffing the carpet.
We have 8 rooms, and can sleep 32 people. Our room layout is:
- 1 double and 2 singles. En suite. (Ground floor)
- 4 singles. En suite.
- 4 singles. En suite.
- 6 singles. Shared bathroom.
- 1 double and 3 singles. En suite.
- 6 singles. En suite.
- 1 double and 1 single. Shared bathroom.
- 2 singles. Shared bathroom.
Can we hire the whole hostel?
Are bedding and towels provided?
Yes, we have a washing machine, dryer, an iron and ironing board, and a hairdryer available for guests. We also have a drying room, which is perfect if you've spent the day canoeing and your kit is soaked.
Are meals included?
The standard price is for self-catering accommodation. We currently don't offer any breakfast, but you can also help yourself to tea and coffee throughout the day.
It's a large fully fitted kitchen, with oven, fridges, microwaves, sinks, toaster, kettle, and all the utensils and cutlery you'll need. Our dining room can seat 20 people. All we ask is that you tidy up after yourself, and if you make a big gooey chocolate cake, you give us a slice!
Is there somewhere in town to buy food?
Llangollen has a great choice of local shops, including a butcher, green grocer, several bakeries and deli's. There is a mini supermarket across the road from the hostel, a Spar around the corner and an Aldi just a 10 minute walk along the river.
Are there good places to eat and drink in town?
Yes! You'll often find us in one of the numerous drinking establishments in the town..too many to mention and there's always live music on somewhere at the weekend. There is also a fantastic selection of cafes, bistros, restaurants and takeaways to choose from, we are spoilt for choice.
Where are you located? How do I find you?
Llangollen's a pretty small town - you can't miss us. Approaching from the east on the A5, we're on the right, just past the traffic lights turning into Castle Street (the main street in Llangollen). ...Which means that approaching from the west on the A5, we're on the left, just before them. There's a map and public transport information on our location page.
Is there parking?
There's a public car park to the rear of the hostel, with free overnight parking. There is no charge between the hours of 5pm and 8am. All day car park permits are available from reception for £2 but please note we only have a limited number of these and they are issued on a first come first served basis and cannot be reserved. Pay and Display prices in the car park range from 30p for half hour to £7 all day (or £3.50 if you use the short stay car park on Parade Street just a 2 min walk away). Or if you really don't want to pay for your parking then simply find a space in one of the side streets nearby.
Can you arrange for champagne and chocolates to be in our room when I arrive with my boyfriend/girlfriend/wife/husband/partner/significant other/insignificant other?
What times are check-in and check-out?
Check-in is from 4pm. Check-out is by 10.30am. However, if you need to get here particularly early or late, let us know and we'll do what we can to accommodate you. We can also store your luggage for the day if needed.
Is there somewhere I can store my bike or canoe?
Yes, we have a locked shed with plenty of room to store bikes and canoes.
What activities are there in the area?
Walking, cycling, canoeing, mountain biking, you name it. Check out our Things To Do page for more details.
Are you open all year round?
Is there a minimum stay requirement?
How do you pronounce Llangollen?
Whip out your voiceless alveolar lateral fricatives - you'll need them for the Welsh double Ls. Put your tongue behind your top teeth, as if you're about to say 'Lan-', then with your tongue still in place, blow air either side of your tongue, making a lisping sound. Keep practising - it's all part of the fun of visiting Wales. If you're really struggling with the pronunciation, Clan-goth-len is a passable approximation, but don't tell our Welsh purist friends that we said so.
And how do you pronounce Hostel?
What does Llangollen mean?
The church (Llan-) of St Collen (-gollen). He founded a church in Llangollen in the 7th century. The monk is said to have arrived in the town by coracle.
And what does Hostel mean?
Ok, the international criminal mastermind and elephant things were fine, but now you're just being silly.
I have a question that you haven't answered.