Our cosy first floor bedroom overlooks the site of the 12th century Battle of Crogen, although to a much more serene view – the beautiful river Ceiriog and the Welsh valley wildlife. The room has two comfy, single beds.

Amongst the historic beams are all the mods cons to make your stay as restful and relaxing as possible, from tea and coffee facilities, to a TV and DVD player in the bedroom.

Our living room, with an open inglenook fireplace, is at your disposal, along with Freeview, free WiFi and a bookshelf of reading material to suit almost every taste!

For those of you winding your way along the Offa’s Dyke footpath, we do have an area available to dry your wet boots and clothing overnight – not that it rains often in Wales!

Mel’s breakfasts can be as big or as small as your appetite dictates! A range of cereals are available, along with toast and home-made conserves. If Eric’s bees have been behaving, there may even be some Castle Mill honey for you to enjoy. A full English (or should that be a ‘full Welsh’!) breakfast is on the menu, cooked to your liking, or select any combination of its parts! All of our meat is sourced from local butcher Steve McArdle at Chirk, who also makes the best coleslaw in Eric’s opinion!

Our bed and breakfast is available to book all year round, priced at only £35 per person per night. We don’t charge a single supplement.