The Smith Family at Hope Mountain Bed and Breakfast have been welcoming guests from all over the world since 2008.
Our 18-acre small holding is situated in a quiet, rural location on Hope Mountain, part of the Clwydian Mountain Range; an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty regarded as one of Britain's most treasured landscapes and is surrounded by dramatic scenery. With picturesque walks and bridle paths through the mountains on the doorstep, there is always somewhere new to explore and you will never be short of something to do whatever the weather.
We make the perfect rural retreat for walking, horse riding, dog walking, motor bike and mountain biking.
The original farmhouse dates back pre 1750, and now houses Charlies Place (our outside under covered eating area). Hope Mountain Bed and Breakfast was self-built by the owners Rob and Jo Smith in 2002.
Ideally placed whether your visit is for business or pleasure. Perfectly placed for picturesque North Wales and historic Chester with excellent road links. We pride ourselves in being able to offer something different. Providing, comfortable, spacious, relaxing and affordable accommodation, all rooms are en-suite.
We are open all year including Christmas and New Year. During public holidays, we have a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Situated in one of the most picturesque areas of the Clwydian Mountain Range, Hope Mountain
Drying facilities are also available for walkers, bikers and ramblers. With central heating and log fires out of season. Our guests are provided with either a British or Continental breakfast and for those who are touring or walking in the area, we can also provide packed lunches. Evening meals can be provided by prior arrangement for groups of 6 or more.
There is ample car parking space for all our guests.
Activities such as Zip World, Surf Snowdonia and the World Heritage aqueduct site at Pontcysyllte, near Llangollen are a short drive away.
Hope Mountain Bed and Breakfast has three dog-friendly rooms that welcome guests with dogs aged one and above, for a charge of £5 per dog to cover housekeeping costs.