Pen-y-Dyffryn Hotel is a supremely peaceful country hotel in the Shropshire hills, near Oswestry and Shrewsbury. The perfect holiday retreat for a pampered short break.
What makes a stay at Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel unique?
The hotel has won numerous awards including several from The Good Hotel Guide and the Sawday’s “Favourite Hotel” Accolade. The hotel’s countryside setting and relaxed ambience guarantee that elusive “away from it all” feeling. Good food, high quality bedrooms and personal service are a given. For that extra touch of luxury reserve a bedroom with a Spa Bath, or one with a private patio, or a Suite.
Personal service, local staff with local knowledge, a walking folder with free guided walks, and relaxation. After walking the hills guests can be found lounging in the garden in summer or taking drinks in the circular summerhouse. A great place to idle!
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel?
Restful interiors suit the mood: lots of comfy chairs and plump sofas, an open fire in the quirky bar. Food is prime – inventive, seasonal, and a daily changing menu. Bedrooms almost all have great views, some have double-jacuzzis, and four have private patios and are dog-friendly.
The hotel also has two new luxury bedrooms in a spectacular position at the top of the garden – The Valley Room and The Valley Suite. Both rooms are exceedingly spacious, have high vaulted ceilings, a six foot double bed, a double spa bath, a walk-in power shower and a private patio. The Valley Suite has a separate lounge area, with a sofa-bed option for a third person if required. Both rooms have stunning views across the valley to the Welsh hills beyond.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Oswestry area?
Offa's Dyke, Powis Castle, Chirk Castle, Attingham Hall and Erdigg House are close, as are Chester, Shrewsbury and the quirky little town of Oswestry. Ellesmere is Shropshire's lake district, and the local canal system provided great walking on the flat. Snowdonia is an hour away,
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Meals are taken in the south facing restaurant, and occasionally outside on the terrace. The bar is replete, and the wine list has over 70 bins. The restaurant has had 2 AA rosettes for over 20 years, the longest in Shropshire.