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Small but perfectly formed, Llangollen has some of the greatest activities in the country waiting to kick your hangover backsides.
Ultimate Zip Wire - A 1 mile zip wire experience. Europe's longest zip wire.
Cave Trampolining - Get your bounce on 180ft in the air above a huge drop in this underground cavern.
White Water Rafting & Tubing - Tackle some of the toughest waters in the UK where Olympic champions come to train.
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Ahhhh. That first sip of a freshly poured IPA can’t be beaten after a day of stag adventure and adrenaline highs. In Llangollen, pubs are plentiful and awash with that traditional Welsh vibe that just can’t be beaten elsewhere. You’ve made a fine choice, gents.
It’s super picturesque so if you’re a summer stag it’s time to sample some fine beers in one of the garden terraces. If not, fires will be ablaze for hand-warming after white water action. If you’re not hearing ‘pub crawl’, who even are you?! Along the River Dee is a good place to start, even if you plan on setting up camp for the evening in one awesome establishment.
Llangollen is no sprawling metropolis with overcrowded pubs and extortionate prices. The town centre is compact, well priced and easy to navigate by foot, so there's no need to shell out on expensive cabs as a little shuffle on Shanky's pony will get you from A to B&B.
You can get to the World's End from Llangollen.
Sliver was once mined close to the town.
The bridge over the River Dee is considered one of the “Seven Wonders of Wales”. Katherine Jenkins is certainly our favourite Welsh Wonder.
The rivers around Llangollen are considered among the best in the UK for watersports, regularly hosting national championship events.
You won't need to spend hours huddled over Google maps to navigate Llangollen, the centre is compact to navigate by foot (and handily all our stag accommodation is right in the town centre keeping you within walking distance of the best nightlife action). Some of our best activities are a car journey away to make the most of the stunning countryside and epic natural stag challenges.
Man a man a mwnci - Literally 'might as well as a monkey'. Meaning 'might as well'. No, we have no idea either.
Fel rhech mewn pot jam - 'Like a fart in a jam jar'. Useless.
Mae fy hofrenfad yn llawn llyswennod - My hovercraft is full of eels.
Bydd y dyn hwn yn talu am bopeth - This gentleman will pay for everything.
Cer I grafu! - Go and scratch (bog off!).
Nwdls - Noodles. Not sure whether this is Welsh or just lazy spelling.
Pysgod wibliwobli - Jellyfish.
Moron - Carrot (you moron!)
Here in Llangollen, it's all about getting outdoors to enjoy a huge range of fantastic water sports and adrenaline packed activities! When you book with StagWeb, you and the boys can try out anything from white water rafting and tubing to canoeing or clay pigeon shooting, making it a totally action packed adventure from start to finish. There's loads to do on dry land too but just like the natives, we'd really recommend that you all get out on the water on your Llangollen stag do. When you're not wearing a wetsuit, give the picturesque canal walk a go and even a trip on the town's traditional railway, whilst you take in the breathtaking surroundings. Hang out, enjoy some quality bro time with your mates (plenty of it well clear of the pub's doors too) and make some memories which will last a lifetime. A Llangollen stag do is perfectly suited to groups who'd much sooner get dirty on a quad bike race than down a dirty pint and so if your groom to be is a big fan of the great outdoors, you've struck gold with this fantastic Welsh town!
It's small town so although the centre has everything you'll need for your Llangollen stag do, really it's all based around the breathtaking countryside. When it's time to eat, you can find cafes, bars, restaurants and shops to suit everyone's tastes and keep you going until the next energetic activity. On a sunny afternoon, you can stroll along the Victoria Promenade, enjoy a beer and watch the steam trains go by in one of the many pubs.
The town of Llangollen is friendly and welcoming to every visitor all year round but because you're likely to be spending the vast majority of your time outdoors, a trip in the summer months is recommended - canyoning in deepest, darkest February is reserved only for the very, very brave!
If you're looking for a real dose of traditional Welsh culture on your Llangollen stag do, look in on the annual Eisteddfod in July (Welsh national festival) and soak up dance, costume and music or the brilliant Llangollen Fringe, also in July, which showcases great local talent every year. Alternatively, winter is host to October's food festival and there's a Christmas event at the end of November.
We'd usually recommend travelling to any stag weekend by public transport but for your Llangollen stag do, we'd have to break tradition. Although it's possible, it's not easy - catch a train to Chirk and then a local bus on to Llangollen. Better still, arrive by car if you can. Although car parks fill up quickly at weekends and peak times, it's great to have your own transport for exploring the incredible rugged landscape when you have a spare minute!
This quiet and slow-paced but friendly and welcoming spot right in the middle of fantastic rugged countryside really is the perfect option for stags who want to enjoy nature, get the adrenaline pumping with a few challenging outdoor activities and relax with a pint and a good traditional British meal in the evening. A UNESCO world heritage site, this great spot in the Dee Valley could be exactly what you and your stag group are looking for.
This small town is a real tourist trap, so of course, some prices may be a little steeper because of this. However, it has a great range of brilliant restaurants which represent good value for money, quality fare and wonderful views while you chow down. There are plenty of cafes, restaurants and traditional pubs where you can pick up a hearty meal and enjoy a few pints without breaking the bank - you're unlikely to find fancy, expensive cocktails and fussy nouvelle cuisine in this charming line-up of independent establishments. Perfect.