Featured hotels with Special Offers
Hotels in North Wales
Porth Tocyn Hotel - October Mid-Week Walking Package Special Offer
Tyddyn Llan - Six Course Tasting Menu Special Offer
Bodysgallen Hall and Spa - Two-night 'Escape to the Country' Special Offer
Trefeddian Hotel - Summer Break Special Offer
Llwyndu Farmhouse - Three Night 10% Discount Special Offer
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Hotels in North Wales
On ‘one of the steepest, narrowest streets’ in a ‘town of sudden vistas’, just above the castle, this restaurant-with-rooms has been run by chef/patron Glyn Roberts and his wife, Jacqueline, since 1989.
With Tal-y-llyn lake practically in the back garden, Cadair Idris behind, and ‘some of the finest walks in any national park’, Alex Yorke and Lorraine Hinkins’s Snowdonia B&B wins praise again this year.
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 HG Wells, George Bernard Shaw and Bertrand Russell.
‘Delightful, hands-on’ Neil and Marco Soares-Baines have transformed the former home of the Armstrong-Jones family into a luxurious B&B, set between the mountains and the sea.
The big outdoors and cosy hotels in North Wales
Dramatic – that’s the first word that comes to mind when thinking of North Wales. The fizzing whirl of thrilling mountain scenery and beautiful beaches, bracing weather and ancient cultures that all come together to create an awe-inspiring holiday – it’s a fascinating part of the world.
For those seeking adventure, North Wales offers everything from the world’s longest zip wire allowing you to fly through the skies of Snowdonia, to the man-made lagoon in Conwy Valley featuring a wave machine and all the facilities you need to learn to surf. Outdoor pursuits including high ropes, racing circuits, rock climbing and abseiling, horse riding, quad biking, mountain biking and clay pigeon shooting are all available as ways of exploring the beautiful surroundings. Meanwhile, golf and fishing remain some of the most enjoyable activities – particularly if the weather is well suited to the occasion.
The beaches in North Wales really are a marvel. With 250 miles of coastline, they are available in abundance, framed by dramatic cliffs and with a remote feeling of seclusion and peace. Colwyn Bay beach’s claim to fame is that it has a longer coastline than Rio’s Copacabana beach, and the popular seaside resorts of Rhyl and Llandudno continue to please. Anglesey’s beaches are a particular delight, and here there is a wealth of history to add to their intrigue, with churches and lighthouses nearby to explore and learn about.
When it comes to hotels, there is a traditional rustic beauty to those available – Plas Bodegroes has the most spectacular gardens surrounding the postcard perfect house, while Trefeddian Hotel overlooking Cardigan Bay is a magical place for a family holiday with lots of space to run around and go wild, and the warmest of welcomes when you return after your adventure.
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