Walking in Denbighshire
Walking in Denbighshire
Whether a ramble through between the hillforts of the spectacular Clwydian Mountain range AONB is your scene or simply a relaxed urban stroll around the medieval streets of Denbigh – a stay at the Guildhall Tavern puts you right in the centre of all this beautiful county has to offer.
Circular walks in Denbigh
The Denbigh Civic society brings to life the wonders of historic Denbigh with some cracking short walks that begin and end at the town centre – that is, right on the door step of your hotel! Some routes allow you to follow the imposing town walls, which can be accessed by obtaining a key from the library just across Hall Square from the Guildhall Tavern.
Walking in the Clwydians
This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides visits with outstanding recreational opportunities whether it be a leisurely hillside picnic or a range-long hike this spectacular region is well worth a visit. In fact, the summit at Moel Famau is the highest point in North East Wales of which one of our hotel bedrooms offers outstanding views. If you plan on going walking here, why not make a request for this room and bring a pair of binoculars?
If you would like us to arrange a guided walk for you in the Clwydian range, please let us know when you book and we will do our best to make suitable arrangements for you.
Walking at Coed Llandegla Forest
Llandegla Forest is located a short drive south of Denbigh on the A525. Here you can find a well-managed forest with large car park and visitor centre from which several signed walking trails begin. Routes range from short strolls to journeys, which take you the whole length of the forest in a magnificent circular walk. The forest is a working forest and often the walking routes take you through harvesting areas where you can often observe how timber is processed.
Walking not your scene? Then why not try some of the Cycling trails and get the adrenaline pumping before returning to the comfort of the Guildhall Tavern for a relaxing drink in the bar!
Walking holidays in Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia covers a vast area of some 821 square miles, situated to the West of Denbigh and can be reached easily as a day trip destination from the Guildhall Tavern. This breathtaking region offers a truly unique range of recreational opportunities whether it’s simply taking in the rugged landscape with a ramble or (for the more adventurous) a hike up Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales and England. If the walking all gets a bit much and you feel like crashing out, then we can arrange for you to unwind back in Denbigh with an indulgent massage at an award-winning Spa to bring your aching body back to life.