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Situated in its own well established 35 acres of gardens amidst the magnificent scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, South Wales, Gliffaes overlooks the river Usk, on which the hotel has 2.5 miles of fishing. The hotel was originally built as a private home in 1885... more
Surrounded by the rolling hills of North Wales and the sparkling Irish Sea, Llŷn Peninsula offers a serene home base for your Welsh retreat. The eight traditional stone cottages of Llŷn Peninsula are perfectly integrated with the surrounding environment. Whether a holiday, romantic, or family escape, the local beaches offer clear blue waters and... more
An innovator in design. Creative in cuisine. A leader in style, comfort and service. Three 18 hole golf courses. The Celtic Manor is a stunning destination at the very heart of a spectacular location. Surrounded by a panoramic countryside with the Severn Estuary, rolling hillsides bordered by 20,000 acres of ancient forest and the Usk Valley.... more
Lake Country House is a welcoming Welsh country house set in its own 50 acres with sweeping lawns, rhododendron lined pathways, riverside walks and a large, well stocked trout lake. Each of the supremely comfortable bedrooms has its own particular charm and character; with elegant fabrics, period furniture, pictures and books.... more
On this site, fourteen hundred years ago, the Welsh Parliament stood. Inspired by this legend, the celebrated architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis transformed the largely Jacobean mansion he found into a great Edwardian country house-now an exceptional intimate and luxurious hotel- Llangoed Hall. In your bedroom, you will be greeted by warm Laura... more
Glanrannell Park is small country house hotel, hidden in the secluded Cothi Valley providing a haven of peace for the country lover. Since becoming a hotel in the sixties, Glanrannell has become a mecca for the birdwatcher and many of our visitors return year after year to enjoy this beautiful part of Wales.... more
The panoramic views from the gardens are reason enough for staying at this charming Old Rectory in Llansanffraid Glan Conwy, North Wales. Its hillside perch overlooks the grand sweep of Conwy Estuary, historic Conwy Castle and the Snowdonian mountains. There are many things to delight the eye in this highly rated elegant Georgian Country House.... more
Named Welsh Hotel of the Year for 1999, Nant Ddu Lodge blends easy informality and standards of excellence. The contemporary style of the individually designed bedrooms displays great zest and inventiveness. Their visual appeal even rivals the views which look out across the hotel's extensive lawns to the green hills, fields and forests of the... more
Penally Abbey is a fine Welsh country house rich in character and old-world charm. Standing in five acres of gardens and woodlands, with magnificent sea views over Tenby golf course and Carmarthen Bay, it enjoys an air of peace and tranquillity that benefits its monastic past.... more
Antique lovers are especially enchanted by what they find at Egerton Grey. This distinguished country house, which opened as a small luxury hotel in 1988, boasts a wealth of fine antiques, porcelain and paintings. The house's historic character - it dates from the 17th Century and was a rectory in Victorian times - has been magnificently... more
SET in 27 acres of parkland surrounded by the River Irfon, Caer Beris is the former home of Lord Swansea. The individually furnished bedrooms, comfortable lounges overlooking the gardens, historic panelled restaurant and well stocked bar all help create a relaxing hideaway in the very Heart of Wales.... more
Plas Bodegroes is a Welsh "restaurant with rooms"--beautiful rooms in a beautiful setting--the wild Llýn Peninsula. The food at Plas Bodegroes is some of the best in the British Isles and it is the only Welsh restaurant to hold a Michelin star.... more
Maes-y-Neuadd is a very old Welsh manor house, dating from the 14th century. Rates as one of the best hotels in Wales, it is situated near to Harlech Castle, in the Mountains of Snowdonia. Bedrooms are furnished with fine antique and period pieces, and are individually decorated to a very high standard. The food is exceptional.... more
The St Tudno Hotel is situated in a prime position on Llandudno's fine promenade opposite the Victorian Pier, gardens and beach and is sheltered by the nearby Great Orme headland. The hotel enjoys a reputation as one of the most luxurious seaside resort hotels in Great Britain and has been progressively refurbished over the years to create... more
The premier five-star hotel in Wales, The St. David’s Hotel & Spa is located on the new millennium waterfront in Cardiff Bay. All guest rooms have their own private balcony. Part of Sir Rocco Forte’s luxury hotel collection, this unique property is equipped with the latest communications technology. This stylish hotel is at the very heart of... more