Deganwy, North Wales
Wales' highest rated country house hotel is a distinguished 17th century hall, set in 200 acres of parkland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle. Buildings such as the farm, cottages, stables and coach house have been sympathetically modified to accommodate the spa, meeting rooms, guest accommodation and the recently opened restaurant, 1620.
Believed to have 13th century origins as a watch tower to Conwy Castle, Bodysgallen Hall boasts beautiful private gardens and parkland for you to explore during your stay, which includes a rare 17th century parterre of box hedges filled with sweet-scented herbs, a rockery with water cascade, a walled rose garden and several follies.
The hotel is now part of the National Trust and all profits are donated to the charity.
Penarth, South Wales
A unique guest house located in Penarth, just south of Cardiff, Holm House has been furnished to the highest standards using the best of modern and classic Welsh, British and European design. The following words can be used to describe the brilliant style of Holm House: ‘cwtchy’, cosy, quirky, eccentric, bohemian, opulent, decadent, indulgent, relaxing, sumptuous, luxuriant and accessible.
The 1920s house also has stunning views across the Bristol Channel to the islands of Flatholm, Steepholm and beyond.
Wild Pheasant Hotel and Spa
Llangollen, North Wales
Set in the tranquil, naturally beautiful surroundings of gently rolling pasture land in the Vale of Llangollen, the hotel has a superb location for a relaxing, restful and restorative leisure or spa break.
As well as a peaceful and relaxing location, comfortable accommodation and superb, luxurious spa facilities, the hotel also offers excellent value with great offers on 2-night stays.
White Waters Country Hotel, Spa & Restaurant
Llangollen, North Wales
The ethos of this new hotel is to offer the highest quality of luxurious accommodation and service with a restaurant dedicated to fine dining and an environment to provide that ‘little extra’ that puts it apart from other more standard hotels. It offers 24 bedrooms all with ensuite facilities. White Waters Country Hotel also has a Roman Jacuzzi Spa and steam room.
Portmeirion Hotel and Castell Deudraeth
Portmeirion, North Wales
Portmeirion is a private village set on its own wooded peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia. It was built by visionary Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis in order to show that one could develop even a very beautiful place without defiling it. Portmeirion has a total of 53 bedrooms, accommodation includes 14 rooms in the main hotel building overlooking the beautiful Dywryd Estuary, 28 rooms and suites in the surrounding village and 11 contemporary style rooms and suites in Castell Deudraeth..Surrounding the village on three sides are 70 acres of woodland gardens and to the south the estate is bordered by sandy beaches. Portmeirions sheltered coastal location and the influence of the Gulf Stream result in mild, frost free Winters which enable many rare flowering trees and shrubs to flourish here.
Mumbles, Swansea, South Wales
This stylish family-run establishment with en suite boutique rooms overlooks stunning Swansea Bay in the heart of Mumbles fishing village. You can literally step out onto the golden beaches on the Gower coastline, the first area to be designated as an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’. With award-winning chef, Frederick Pallade, Knabrock offers an exquisite set lunch menu and à la carte evening menu.
St George's Hotel
Llandudno, North Wales
With it’s impressive 150 year history, this premier 4-star hotel which has accommodated no less than 6 British Prime Ministers, offers sea views, luxury interiors and an enviable location.
Ideal for business and leisure visitors, the hotel offers comfort, style and conference and banqueting facilities. Admire the coastal views of Llandudno Bay, which you can easily explore from the hotel.
Pentre Mawr House
Denbigh, North Wales
Pentre Mawr, 4 star Country House set in 200 hundred acres in the Vale of Clwyd an area of outstanding natural beauty. Newly refurbished with 20th century facilities but 16th century elegance.
Pentre Mawr, 4 star Country House set in 200 hundred acres in the Vale of Clwyd an area of outstanding natural beauty. Newly refurbished with 20th century facilities but 16th century elegance
Graham and Bre owners of the award winning Sychnant Pass House are delighted to open Pentre Mawr House (Graham's family home of four hundred years) as a country house. The houses mirrors Sychnant Pass in many ways. It has a lovely romantic feel to it...set as it is in near 200 acres of meadows ,park and woodland. All the little extras that Sychnant has become known for are also apparent in Pentre but it is run on a much softer line. There is a heated pool in the wall garden which is a great suntrap. Breakfast is served in the morningroom or on the Georgian terrace on warmer mornings. Dinner will be served in the formal dining room but with none of the stuffiness. There are twolovely sittingrooms all with comfy sofas and portraits of Graham's ancestors (some are quite a dour lot!!) The hidden walled garden is a lovely place to sit and read or just relax and smell the roses. The pool terraced is the perfect place to soak up the sun and enjoy a glass of fizz. A warm welcome is assured.