Thursday, April 11, 2013

Where to Stay in Wales

Around every corner in Wales, experience the unexpected. You’ll stumble across restaurants, rustic fishing villages, mountain vistas and cliff-top trails. Discover little gems in the coziest of places, stay in cute little cottages, majestic manor homes or luxury hotels. Here are just a sampling of hotels you can stay in Wales.

Ty Mawr Mansion, Mid Wales
Crowning the Aeron Valley, that sweeps towards Wales' Heritage Coastline four miles away, Ty Mawr Mansion holds national awards for its outstanding restaurant and exquisite accommodation

The imposing exterior of the Grade II listed building reveals a beautifully restored interior, offering a unique fusion of Georgian splendour with contemporary facilities

Falcondale, Mid Wales
The Falcondale hotel and 2AA rosette restaurant (awarded for 6 consecutive years) located near the University town of Lampeter, now known as Univeristy of Wales Trinity Saint David. Only 30 minutes from the coastal villages of Cardigan Bay and hilly, marshy regions of the Cambrian Mountains. A wealth of walking, cycling, fishing in the Teifi River, and open gardens are within easy reach of this central location in Mid Wales.

Lake Country House, Mid Wales
This award winning Luxury Spa Hotel in the Heart of Mid Wales is the perfect destination for a luxury hotel break or romantic getaway. See our hotel vouchers for the perfect gift. The Kingfisher Spa offers a range of Health and Beauty treatments and is equipped with an indoor pool, sauna and jacuzzi overlooking the lake. Fly Fishing on the river Irfon, golf and various walks are available on site and there is a good range of other golf courses and open gardens in the area. Horse riding, the Elan Valley and of course the Brecon Beacons are all nearby.

Caerwylan Hotel, North Wales
The Caerwylan is a landmark Victorian building which faces south with stunning views over the main beach, Tremadog Bay and towards the ruins of Criccieth Castle. From our vantage spot we probably enjoy some of the best seaside views in North Wales.

Since we bought The Caerwylan at the end of 2007 we have rebuilt the entire building to create 24 comfortable, individually designed en-suite bedrooms and a fine dining restaurant, Tonnau Restaurant.

St. George's Hotel, Llandudno, North Wales
Occupying a prime position on the Promenade, overlooking the beautiful Bay of Llandudno, St Georges Hotel offers some of the best views of any hotel in North Wales.

Bodysgallen Hall & Spa, North Wales
Bodysgallen Hall & Spa lies at the end of a winding drive in 200 acres of wooded parkland and beautiful formal walled gardens. Magnificent views encompass the sweep of the Snowdonia range of mountains and the hotel looks down on the imposing medieval castle at Conwy.

Wolfscastle Country Hotel
 Popular with business and holiday travellers alike, we're within easy reach of the county's main towns, and in a great location for exploring the St. Davids Peninsula, Preseli Mountains and attractions of South Pembrokeshire. Hotel reception is always happy to offer travel and holiday advice.

These are a just a few of the beautiful hotels and accommodations we have in Wales. For more information on traveling to Wales, visit our website

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