Oswestry hotel providing accommodation in five acres of beautiful grounds, with lovely views. Some rooms have private patios or jacuzzis. Guest lounge with log fire.
Perched high in the Shropshire Welsh hills, midway between Shrewsbury and Chester, this beautiful silver-stone Georgian rectory is set in stunning scenery with great walking all around. In five acres of grounds, the Hotel prides itself on its unobtrusive hospitality, first-class cooking and an easy-going atmosphere that guarantees that away-from-it-all feeling. Some bedrooms have private patios others have spa baths or double en-suite jacuzzis. Log fires in both lounges.
Good Hotel Guide Country Hotel of the Year and Which? Hotel Rural Retreat Award. Two AA Food Rosettes. Great wine cellar!
All the ingredients for a refreshing night's sleep are brought together at Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel - thick stone walls, no traffic noise and sumptuous posture sprung beds throughout. Several of our en-suite guest rooms feature an Jacuzzi or spa bath and the rooms in the adjoining Coach House have private stone walled patios offering that extra touch of seclusion, particularly popular with pet owners. Our ground floor room is well suited to infirm guests and has French windows leading onto the hotel terrace. All rooms are complete with telephone, WIFI Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and trouser press.
The restaurant, with its huge, south-facing sash windows, is central to the Pen-y-Dyffryn experience. We have a long established AA two rosette good food award. The food is healthy and locally sourced, and we tend to make use of organic produce wherever possible. We even have our own tame deerstalker, and game features regularly on the menu along with more traditional delights. Vegetarian options are always included on the menu. Our chef and his kitchen brigade make it their business to change the menu every single day, so every night is a surprise!
Pen-y-Dyffryn is located in the quiet Shropshire and Welsh borders, midway between Shrewsbury and Chester, 3 miles from the small market town of Oswestry. From the A5 head into the centre of Oswestry following signs for Llansilin. Leave Oswestry on B4580 Racecourse Road. Go past Fire Station and keep following Llansilin road up long straight hill and then down and round a series of sharp bends. The hotel is on this road, set back on the left, just before the village of Rhydycroesau, three miles from Oswestry.