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Crogen, Corwen LL21 OSY Wales
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#2 of 8 Speciality lodging in Corwen
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Free parking
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Tennis court
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
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Tom H wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom8 contributions1 helpful vote
I went to Crogen in October. We had a wonderful day's shooting. Everything was well organised but the atmosphere was relaxed. The birds flew well and we were treated to some of the most memorable drives I've done. The food was wonderful as was the accommodation and the beds were extremely comfortable. The Robertson family were extremely hospitable, knowledgable and friendly, not to mention the wonderful array of dogs! I would recommend visiting (and/or shooting) at Crogen to anyone. I have also heard great things about the fishing, although I haven't done this myself.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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ilovealex41 wrote a review Jul 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom74 contributions39 helpful votes
We are two families and close friends who decided to have a week away at Crogen Estate shortly after lockdown had lifted. The house is large with plenty of space inside and the location and scenery is stunning. The house itself is old and rather neglected inside with very dated furnishings. The decor is poor and the house was dirty - particularly downstairs. There was considerable dust in the sofas and heavy draped curtains and we just couldn’t get rid of a colony of flies in the kitchen, despite attempts every day to do so. Most of the rooms smelt old and musty. The WiFi is non existent and my family were forced to use our own data for the week. It was difficult to use the tennis courts as the owners wife seemed to occupy it frequently with her friends. In the end we left earlier than planned as we missed our home comforts.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from sarah Robertson, Owner at Crogen Estate
Responded 24 Aug 2020
Hello and thank you for comments, and for taking the time to write. Although I respect that all of our guests have their own perception of our property, and matters of taste/decoration in the house etc, are, of course, personal, however there are certain comments which are factually incorrect, and I feel the need to respond to these. - Old house, rather neglected with dated furnishings: the house is old, but it is not neglected and we invest in it on an annual basis. Just before the end of lock-down. we installed an additional kitchen and a power shower for the downstairs bedroom, and also re-carpeted the games room/second sitting room. That investment cost us into 5 figures. We cannot upgrade everything in one go, but spend a significant amount annually. Two years ago, we had both drives (totalling over 1/2 mile) re-tarmaced, weve had biomass heating installed, so that the house is warm 24/7.... - the house was dirty, there was considerable dust in the sofas: As you can imagine, with Covid-19 having dominated our lives since March, and with a constant stream of news about cleanliness and sanitisation, it would have been foolhardy in the extreme not to have put out all the stops in advance of our first "post lock-down" guests. A day before your arrival, every carpet, all sofas and arm chairs were professionally steam cleaned. We also did an entire deep clean in the week leading up to your stay. - Most of rooms smelt old and musty: we had opened all windows in the house to let the air in, it having been empty for 3 1/2 months. My husband has a keen sense of smell and letting air in is of prior importance. - Difficult to use the tennis court as the owner's wife seemed to occupy it frequently with her friends: I advise our guests on arrival that our 2 hour coaching session (once p/w) takes priority, and if we arrange for friends to come to play at a particular time, that too. We arrived at the court on one occasion when you, our guests, were playing, and we encouraged you to continue for as long as you wanted, saying we would come back later. I have verified this with the group leader, and he said we were extremely fair. On no other occasion did we want to play at the same time, so I struggle to understand the comment. - Wi-fi - it is slow, agreed, but we are at the mercy of broadband providers. Again I am so sorry your experience was not a positive one, but in my response, I hope I have cleared up a few issues and can demonstrate that we do put considerable effort and investment into the property, despite its age.
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janetratcliffe13 wrote a review Feb 2020
Wirral, United Kingdom18 contributions8 helpful votes
Was here for a Wedding in December. Everything about the day, the venue, the staff, the food was just fabulous. A truly memorable occasion. The accommodation where guests stayed was perfect. And what a stunnung setting. Can highly recommend.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Michael B wrote a review Sep 2018
Reigate, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
A holiday cottage on the Crogan estate in North Wales. Set in beautiful countryside with lots of wonderful places to visit. The estate is bliss and the cottage elegant and comfortable. The perfect holiday spot.p
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Date of stay: September 2018
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steve9565 wrote a review Apr 2018
Cowes, United Kingdom17 contributions5 helpful votes
Group of 15 of us stayed for a week. The accommodation was very large and although there was 15 of us we were not treading on each other’s feet with plenty of space to move. Location is perfect with the river running in the grounds, great for kayaking. Bala town is less than 10 minutes away, with all shops needed. All in all a perfect venue for a large group holiday.
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Date of stay: April 2018
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United KingdomWalesNorth WalesDenbighshireCorwen
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Frequently Asked Questions about Crogen Estate
Which popular attractions are close to Crogen Estate?
Nearby attractions include Caerau Gardens (4.8 km), Bryntirion Inn (3.5 km), and Corwen Parish Church of St Mael and St Sulien (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Crogen Estate?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a tennis court, and internet access.
Is parking available at Crogen Estate?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Crogen Estate?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Berwyn Restaurant, Dudley Arms, and Tyddyn Llan.
Are pets allowed at Crogen Estate?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Crogen Estate?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Moel Ty Uchaf (2.4 km).