Discussion in 'Galas and Events' started by shredder1, Mar 16, 2009.
That the one by Vale Crucis abbey, or the one overlooking the Dee Bridge???
I booked my accommodations back in December, before i had even been able to book the time of work or flights. Having never been to Llangollen and only having the internet to go by, it strikes me as a typical small town, enough accommodations normally, but when an event occurs, the demand far outstrips the supply. Hopefully everyone who wants to attend can find somewhere to stay.
I am looking forward to my few days there for SSS2, it should be a fantastic event from the looks of things.
It is a small town, but yet it is very popular with tourists, eisteddfod visitors in June, canoeists, hikers aswell as railway enthusiasts, so most of the hotels and b&b's do get booked up pretty quickly...
But there are plenty of campsites nearby. And Wrexham is only 10 miles away...
Not sure what its called, but its up a VERY steep slope.
Accomadation at Llangollen has just got better
check this out http://www.llangollen-railway.co.uk/berwyncottage.html
just dont book for our Gala as you wil get no peace
The name would be handy as when I search campsites in Langollen, or anywhere for that matter on the works PC it blocks it as being "offensive"? I am hoping to be there from 18th to the 20th.
It is based on 6 people sharing so that would mean about £44 a night
that would be £37 a night per person for all nine days from the 17th to the 27th
And you can come and go as you please with your nine day rover ticket
Not a bad way to spend the week
Carrog Station Campsite still have some pitches available I believe...
I live reasonably close, may be able to accommodate but not set a fee yet
Thanks for the offer Tracky, but I will have the missus, kids and dog in tow and possibly another family ;-)
I have just rang Carrog site and they have said just turn up on the day and pay if we have a family tent, they always have space. I think that the caravan/motorhome pitches get full or electric hookup sites.
Link here if anyone needs it:-
See some of you on weekend of 18/19th,
As I have said before I'm there with the dog and glynsgirl (Ally).
Here is Mia from last time.
What a cuite!!
Oh, i can not wait, only one more week before my flight to Scotland to see my Grandparents before i head down to Wales for SSS2!!! Nothing quite like the anticipation of a vacation to get you going!!!
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