‘An absolute gem!’ wrote a reader, of this ‘stunning country house’, the former home of the Armstrong-Jones family, with views to the Menai Strait and Snowdonia on the doorstep.
The promised welcome in the vales is extended by Eluned Rowlands at this converted granite cowshed-turned-characterful B&B with views to Snowdonia and the Menai estuary
Glorious views to Snowdonia spill away from a cheerfully quirky restaurant-with-rooms surrounded by sheep-spotted fields on the Isle of Anglesey.
On a secluded farmstead, Hilary and Stephen Murphy and daughter Laura's hotel is ‘in lovely countryside’ overlooking the Isle of Anglesey.
A Georgian front belies the history of this ancient coaching inn, part of its fabric dating from the 1500s, in a town at the eastern entrance to the Menai Strait.
A rustic beach-house vibe breezes through this restaurant-with-rooms in a small seaside village in the south-west of Anglesey.
At the foot of Snowdonia, the Pullees’ ‘eccentric’ hotel is run by the same family who hosted Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay as they trained to climb Everest, and not a lot has changed since.
Clustered on the edge of a spectacular tidal estuary, this mansion house hotel – the focal point of Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis’s Italianate village – has welcomed guests including H G Wells, George Bernard Shaw and Bertrand Russell.
‘Lindsay is one of the most welcoming people I’ve ever met; the breakfasts, all freshly cooked by Gary, are delicious.’ Praise for the Ashcrofts, your hosts at this Georgian rectory on the beautiful Llyn peninsula.
In a sylvan setting on the remote Lleyn peninsula, Gunna and Chris Chown’s Georgian country house has had an entry in the Guide for many years.
Last updated: January 24, 2018