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.
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Bodysgallen Hall and Spa

Bodysgallen Hall and Spa -

Llandudno

Set in 220 acres of parkland, this antique-filled Elizabethan mansion has plenty to impress, from the oak-panelled hall and 13th-century tower to the modern spa and ‘lovely’ gardens.
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Trefeddian Hotel

Trefeddian Hotel - Five Night Summer Special Offer

Aberdovey

Trefeddian Hotel has closed, but hopes to reopen in February 2021. It may have a four-star rating, but there is nothing too swanky about this child-friendly, dog-friendly hotel overlooking Cardigan Bay, across the road from dunes, golf links and white-sand beach.
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Hotels in North Wales

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Hotels in North Wales

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Llwyndu Farmhouse

Llwyndu Farmhouse

Barmouth

Amid sheep-grazed pastures, this 16th-century farmhouse with outbuildings lies at the foot of the Rhinog mountains and has glorious views over Cardigan Bay to the Llyn peninsula. Guests make themselves at home in a converted granary, where three lofty rooms have their own access, beverages and self-catering facilities – a table, fridge, toaster and microwave. Exposed timbers and quirky old features join modern comforts in unpretentious bedrooms. Breakfast is delivered to the room; local restaurants and pubs are recommended. A wonderful location for exploring the area around Barmouth, there are walks and bicycle rides up the Mawddach estuary as well as castles and ruins to explore.  
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Craig y Glyn

Craig y Glyn

Pwllheli

On the south side of the Lyn peninsula, between Abersoch and Pwllheli, a friendly B&B in lawned gardens, seven minutes’ walk from a safe sheltered beach. Entrance steps lead up to the house and a small terrace with a table and seating. Bedrooms are cheerfully decorated with statement florals or stripy wallpaper matched to fabrics and bedding. A wood-burning stove adds cosiness to the plushly furnished dining/sitting room. Freshly cooked and locally sourced, hearty breakfasts can be walked off on the coastal path close by.  
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Yr Hen Felin

Yr Hen Felin

Pwllheli

In a converted water mill in landscaped gardens bordering the river, a stylish B&B with three comfortable, well-equipped bedrooms. Individually furnished, they all have wide beds, seating, blackout curtains, bathrobes, climate control, and double-aspect garden views. Complimentary hot drinks, treats and a mini-fridge containing fresh milk are provided. A Welsh breakfast, served on Portmeirion crockery, is taken in an oak-beamed dining room in the old stabling block. In a quiet hamlet on the north coast of the Llyn peninsula, the old mill is within 350 yards of a pub/café bar; 8 miles from Pwllheli.

The big outdoors and cosy hotels in North Wales

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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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Last updated: May 10, 2021