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Welsh Hotels 31 to 60 in Wales

Choose from 308 hotels and guest houses in Wales. Shown below a just a selection of the hotels available. To search within an area please use the menu on the right.

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The Ship Hotel - On the Wirral, with fabulous views over the Dee estuary to North Wales, the Ship Hotel offers great food and drink, free Wi-Fi, free parking and comfortable en suite rooms at good-value prices. On Parkgate's Parade, looking out over the mouth of the River Dee, the Ship Hotel is within easy reach of both Chester and Liverpool. All of the attractions of the Wirral are close by, including the village of Port Sunlight, the Lady Lever Art Gallery, and the area's many golf courses, including the world famous Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake (host to the British Open in 2006). The well-stocked bar sells a range of award-winning cask-conditioned real ales, lagers, bitters and stouts. There is a real open fire and a heated patio area. The menu features good-value traditional favourites. All of the en suite rooms are clean, warm and comfortable, with digital TVs and tea/coffee. The Ship Hotel also has a large, free customer car park.
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The Parade,
Flint,
Flintshire
CH64 6SA

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Anglesey Arms Hotel - In the pretty village of Menai Bridge, the 200-year-old Anglesey Arms is rich in original charm and traditional character, with en suite rooms, tasty home-cooked food and real ales. The Anglesey Arms is the first building you see as you enter the island of Anglesey over Thomas Telford's famous Menai Suspension Bridge over the Menai Strait. The friendly pub serves traditional real ales and good, honest pub food in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The building is steeped in history and the bell once used to call last orders was the original ships bell rescued from the HMS Conwy, which ran aground in the Menai Straits in April 1953. The en suite rooms feature modern comforts and facilities, including flat-screen TVs and tea/coffee. Free Wi-Fi is available in the bar. A full English breakfast is served each morning and free private parking is available on site. The A55 and the city of Bangor are just minutes away.
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Mona Road,
Bangor,
Gwynedd
LL59 5EA

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Court Colman Manor - Situated within easy reach of Bridgend, Cardiff and Swansea is this Grade 2 Georgian manor. The hotel has more than six acres of terraced lawns, an ornamental fish pond, Victorian rose walk and arbour. Court Colman Manor offers en suite bedrooms, with the unique concept of 10 themed bedrooms that include Mediterranean and Moroccan. In addition, the hotel boasts the Bokhara Brasserie which is an Indian/Mediterranean restaurant. The 2 principal conference rooms have natural light and pleasant views. The Ballroom can seat 160 theatre-style and up to 200 when used with the adjacent Garden Room. For more intimate occasions, smaller meetings or private dining, the Llewellyn Room and Library are available. Please note: The court Colman Manor is a completely non-smoking establishment and there is no lift available at the hotel.
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Pen-Y-Fai,
Bridgend,
Gwent and Glamorgan
CF31 4NG

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Vale Hotel, Golf and Spa Resort - Nestled within over 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, this modern resort is now firmly established as one of the UK's most desirable spa, golf and leisure destinations. The resort is home to a luxuriously appointed 143-bedroom, 4-star hotel, Wales' largest spa, 2 championship golf courses, unrivalled leisure facilities and 2 restaurants, one of which boasts an AA Rosette. When you are not taking advantage of the resort's superb facilities, you can explore the beautiful city of Cardiff. There is an ever-increasing choice of attractions to visit and the proximity to the coast and mountains means that Cardiff really does have something for everyone.
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Hensol Park,
Hensol,
Gwent and Glamorgan
CF72 8JY

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Sky Plaza Hotel - In the beautiful Welsh countryside, 400 metres from Cardiff International Airport, the hotel offers free parking, well-equipped rooms and a lovely bar/restaurant. Sky Plaza Hotel is within easy reach of the airport, with a shuttle service from the hotel available (additional cost). The hotel has excellent transport links to the Cardiff area, including the Millennium Stadium, historic Cardiff Castle and the vibrant Cardiff city centre. All rooms have power showers, flat-screen TVs with Freeview digital channels, tea/coffee and biscuits. There is a bar and themed restaurant with a wide range of wines, beers and soft drinks at reasonable prices.
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Port Road,
Barry,
Gwent and Glamorgan
CF62 3BT

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Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa - This hotel is high on the hills of the Berwyn Mountain range, with fantastic views across mountains, forests and the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy reservoir. On the edge of Snowdonia, the Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa is a calm environment. Activities and sightseeing are available, or you can just relax with a good book, glass of wine and an unforgettable view. The cuisine at the Lake Vyrnwy Hotel focuses on fresh, ingredients - around 80% comes from the British Isles, and most of that is from Wales and the Borders. There is an AA Rosette-winning restaurant with a smart-casual dress code, as well as a more informal Tavern Bar/Restaurant. The top-class spa offers treatments, a fitness centre and a fabulous view over the lake.
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Lake Vyrnwy,
Llanwddyn,
Powys
SY10 0LY

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The Lemon Tree - The Lemon Tree is a comfortable, friendly, 11-bedroom hotel in Wrexham town centre. The contemporary style and authentic flavours of its Italian restaurant recreate a host of Mediterranean memories. Carmine and Colette de Pasquale offer a wonderful blend of home-cooked Italian food, comfortable accommodation and warm hospitality. Our neo-Gothic style building on Rhosddu Road has a long history. It was designed by a local Wrexham architect, James Reynolds Gummow, built as a private residence in 1865 and named Abbotsfield. Gummow was responsible for many of the Victorian villas in the area. At some stage it became the Denbighshire and Clwyd Area Education Office. During the war years, one wing was given over to The Abbotsfield Priory War Nursery. In 1982 it opened as a hotel, retaining both the Abbotsfield Priory name and many of the features from the original building. It also had a spell as the Graffiti Italiano, before its current transformation by new owners into The Lemon Tree.
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29 Rhosddu Rd,
Wrexham,
Wrexham
LL11 2LP

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Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel - Boasting wonderful views over the Mawddach Estuary and the mountains beyond, this magnificent country house hotel stands in 20 acres of formal gardens, grounds and woodland. Set in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park and close to the market town of Dolgellau - where Mid Wales meets North Wales - this impressive hall was built in 1860 and has undergone careful restoration by the present owners, who have created a comfortable and welcoming hotel. This stylish hotel is perfect for chilling out and enjoying good food and wines or, if you want to be more energetic, there are a multitude of activities including mountain biking, fishing, walking, golf and pony trekking on offer.
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Penmaenpool,
Dolgellau,
Gwynedd
LL40 1YB

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Burton Hotel - Set within a modernised coaching inn, this charming residence is situated on the Offa's Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border. During your stay at the Burton Hotel you can enjoy the range of activities that the surroundings have to offer, including rambling, fishing, golf, pony trekking, motor-rally school, bird spotting and rare plant safari. For moments of relaxation, the Burton provides the Cloud Nine swimming pool and fitness club. With complimentary access for all residents, the club features a gym, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.
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1 Mill St,
Knighton,
Powys
HR5 3BQ

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Belgrave House - Overlooking the seafront from the promenade, this 4-star guest house has easy access to the shops and is a short walk from the railway station. Open for over 12 months, the hotel has friendly staff and comfortable en suite rooms featuring all the necessary facilities including complimentary tea and coffee. Restaurants and bars with entertainment can be found close by.
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Y Prom/marine Terrace,
Aberystwyth,
Dyfed
SY23 2AZ

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Singleton Hotel - Highly commended by the Grand Theatre, which is situated opposite, this friendly hotel and public house is set in the heart of Swansea, just a short drive from the Gower Peninsula. If you are here to visit Swansea city centre, the famous Mumbles, the Marina, or to see one of the Grand Theatre's famous shows and events, the Singleton hotel is the ideal place to stay. It is also within easy reach of the new Aquapark and the LC2. The Singleton is famous for its live music at weekends, popular amongst guests and the locals. Live music stops at 23:30.
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1-2 Dillwyn Street,
Swansea,
Gwent and Glamorgan
SA1 4AE

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De Vere Venues St. Davids Park Hotel - Offering a fusion of business and leisure amenities, this modern hotel is ideally located in Ewloe, within easy reach of the historic city of Chester, Liverpool and North Wales. During your stay at St David's Park you can take advantage of free access to the extensive leisure facilities, including an indoor swimming pool, fitness studio, sauna and jacuzzi. For pure indulgence, why not book a health and therapy treatment (additional cost). There's plenty to do and see in the region from the ancient Roman city of Chester, vibrant Liverpool or the stunning Snowdonia National Park. Other attractions include Chester Zoo, Llangollen Railway and the North Wales coastline.
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Ewloe,
Buckley,
Flintshire
CH5 3YB

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Gliffaes Country House Hotel - Situated well of the beaten track in a spectacular position above the River Usk, this charming country house hotel offers log fires, a sunny terrace, locally sourced food and plenty of walking routes in the surroundings. Placed between the 2 market towns of Abergavenny and Brecon in the valley of the River Usk, this family-run establishment sits just south of the A40. Set in the middle of the Brecon Beacon's National Park, the hotel has a stunning location, with spectacular views of its own grounds and the River Usk. With delicious cuisine and friendly, efficient service Gliffaes is the ideal base for exploring the magical Brecon Beacons National Park and walking through the countryside and surrounding hills. You may wish for nothing more than a lazy lunch in the sunny conservatory with a bottle of wine, followed by a walk along the river and afternoon tea. Then, round off the day with a drink by the fire.
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Crickhowell,
Crickhowell,
Powys
NP8 1RH

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Ambassador Hotel - This traditional, family run, independent hotel offers uniquely styled accommodation in picturesque Llandudno. Found on the north coast, this is the largest seaside resort in Wales, near to Snowdonia. Llandudno uniquely combines the Victorian splendour of a coastal resort with the modern attractions and amenities of a bustling town. It is a popular tourist destination for visitors of all ages, offering something of interest to everyone. The hotel is renowned for its comfort and friendly, relaxed and informal atmosphere. We are committed to provided a high standard of service at affordable prices. The Williams family is now in its 3rd generation of caring for our guests, many of whom have been returning for over 30 years.
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Grand Promenade,
Llandudno,
Conwy
LL30 2NR

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The Albany Hotel - The Albany Hotel is the perfect location with its 24 en-suite rooms for visiting Tenby. The Albany Hotel is situated on the Pembrokeshire Coastline, and a couple of minute stroll to the North Beach and Harbour. Near to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and close proximity to many local attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Caldey Island and a number of National Trust Properties.
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22-23 The Norton,
Tenby,
Dyfed
SA70 8AB

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The Grapes Hotel - Set within a beautiful Grade II listed building, dating back to the 17th century, this charming hotel boasts an idyllic setting in the village of Maentwrog, at the very heart of Snowdonia's National Park. Traditional, warm and comfortable, The Grapes Hotel is renowned for its home-cooked food, real ales and wonderful accommodation in North Wales. It provides the ideal base from which to enjoy a range of country pursuits, including walking, cycling and horse-riding. Each of the bedrooms at The Grapes has been recently refurbished to provide all modern comforts required for a comfortable and relaxing stay, whilst still retaining their original period features. Real log fires provide an inviting and cosy atmosphere for the cold winter evenings.
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Maentwrog,
Talsarnau,
Gwynedd
LL41 4HN

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Bodidris Hall - The historic Bodidris Hall is over 650 years old (built in 1465) and provides a spectacular backdrop for memorable views. A lake populated with swans and ducks, roaring log fires, baronial dining room and stone mullion windows combine to provide an ambience that cannot be created in modern hotels. Take a look at the 3-night Christmas package (24 December), for an Olde Worlde Christmas with a roaring log fire.
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Wrexham,
Llandegla,
Denbighshire
LL11 3AL

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Owain Glyndwr Hotel - Combining heritage with the comforts and facilities of a modern hotel. The Owain Glyndwr provides an excellent venue for business or an ideal base to explore North Wales. This historic building, dating back to 1329 and named after Owain Glyndwr, the legendary Prince of Wales, boasts 13 well appointed bedrooms, a restaurant, 2 bars, a residents lounge, conference facilities and secure private parking. For the tourist, the Owain Glyndwr offers the ideal base to enjoy the beautiful Dee Valley, with its wide range of country pursuits, or to explore the many and varied attractions of North Wales. For business, the Owain Glyndwr's spacious conference facilities are an ideal 'away from the office' location for meetings and training events. Set in a 'lecture theatre' style, there is seating for 100. Set in a 'board room' style, 35 can work in comfort. Our fine restaurant, with seating for 20 diners, serves a varied and changing menu that takes full advantage of fresh, local produce. The ideal venue for that special occasion. Guests will be attracted by the log fire in the Saddle Bar or may prefer the Bottom Bar to enjoy the range of beers, selected wines and spirits.
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The Square,
Corwen,
Denbighshire
LL21 0DL

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Peterstone Court Country House Restaurant and Spa - Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Peterstone Court is loyal to its Georgian heritage but has a contemporary twist. The approach to food is simple and honest: 90% of the meat and poultry served at the restaurant comes from Peterstone Court's nearby family farm. Food is always seasonal and sustainable and features fresh, organic and home-reared ingredients wherever possible. All rooms are large, light and spacious. The spa uses only natural, organic products - a philosophy that has come from the main house. On offer is Ytsara from Thailand and Circaroma, an award-winning contemporary range certified by the Soil Association.
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Llanhamlach,
Brecon,
Powys
LD3 7YB

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Premier Inn Swansea City Centre - In the heart of Swansea's city centre, just 800 metres from the train station, this modern hotel offers great value, with an on-site restaurant and spacious, comfortable and modern en suite rooms. The Premier Inn Swansea City Centre is just 350 metres from Swansea Marina and within easy walking distance of all the city's museums, bars and restaurants. The hotel has a 24-hour reception desk and some rooms can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. An all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast is available each morning and includes scrambled, fried, poached or boiled eggs, and pork or vegetarian sausages. There is also a wide continental selection. The on-site restaurant and bar offer good food and drink at reasonable prices. There is a public car park next to the hotel offering parking at an additional cost.
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Salubrious Place,
Swansea,
Gwent and Glamorgan
SA1 1EE

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Swansea Marriott Hotel - This beachfront hotel has dramatic views of Swansea Bay, and is a short stroll from the town centre. The M4 motorway, golf courses and the Gower Peninsula are nearby. The Swansea Marriott boasts a leisure area with a fitness centre, a swimming pool, a whirlpool and a sauna. There is also a restaurant, and fine views of the sea and marina. Fully refurbished guest rooms come with high-speed internet access and 24-hour room service. The Marriott Swansea also has 5 meeting rooms complemented by expert catering, audiovisual resources and free car parking.
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Maritime Quarter,
Swansea,
Gwent and Glamorgan
SA1 3SS

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Maesmawr Hall Hotel - Maesmawr Hall is situated in the beautiful Severn Valley, 5 miles (8 km) from the market town of Newtown and 1 mile (1.6 km) from the village of Caersws. The beautiful period house is privately owned and personally supervised by the resident proprietors. The hall was built in 1535 and is Grade II listed and still retains many original features. Most bedrooms are within the main house and some others are located in the Coach House just across the front lawn.
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Long Length,
Carno,
Powys
SY17 5SF

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The Plough Inn - A country hotel and restaurant set in the beautiful Towy Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by castles, country houses and the National Botanical Garden of Wales. Relax in tranquil surroundings, admiring the glorious views of the Towy Valley, which can be enjoyed from all 14 modern, well-appointed, en suite bedrooms. Each individually named after Welsh mythological Mabinogion characters, the rooms feature everything you would expect for your stay, including Queen-size beds, Wi-Fi internet access, sofas and disabled facilities, all impeccably served with fine attention to detail You will be greeted with a genuine welcome, good food and wines that can be enjoyed in a warm and relaxed atmosphere and brought to you with that all important personal touch. Feel free to take advantage of the gym and sauna to unwind and relax in during your stay.
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Rhosmaen,
Llandeilo,
Dyfed
SA19 6NP

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Kinmel Manor Hotel - Conveniently located just of the A55, this family-run manor house is set within the peace and tranquillity of the rural surroundings of Abergele, North Wales. During your stay you can explore the many attractions that North Wales has to offer, including historical sites, such as the castles at Conwy, Boddelwydan Beaumaris and Chirk. Furthermore, the city walls of Chester are only a 30 minute drive away where you can make the most of the extensive shops, restaurants, bars and caf?s. In the evenings you can return to the comfort of the Kinmel Manor Hotel where you can enjoy a freshly prepared meal in the restaurant, which boasts a historic fireplace with the coats of arms from the Kinmel Estate.
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St. Georges road,
St Asaph,
Denbighshire
LL22 9AS

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Monnington Lodge - Originally a 16th century farmhouse, this friendly country inn is set in its own grounds, overlooking the small town of Blackwood, near Newport, with the Brecon Beacons within easy reach. Monnington Lodge was once owned by the family of the infamous Captain Henry Morgan. Today, this quaint building is brimming with country charm and its own wonderful unique character, giving you a warm sense of welcome from the moment you arrive. Just a short distance from some of the region's most beautiful woodland, the lodge is nevertheless within easy reach of the cities of Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. There are 15 modern en suite rooms, each with tea/coffee making facilities and satellite TV. Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout. Family run, Monnington Lodge is renowned throughout the local area for its high-quality food, first-class service and relaxed atmosphere.
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Gordon Road,
Trehafod,
Gwent and Glamorgan
NP12 1DS

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Foelas Arms Hotel - In the picturesque village of Pentrefoelas, 5 miles outside Betws-y-Coed, this small, family-run hotel provides a warm welcome and good value for money. Snowdonia National Park is a 30-minute car-ride away, as is white-water rafting in Bala. The largest outdoor go-karting circuit in North Wales, Glan y Gors, is a 5-minute drive away. Other nearby activities include golf, fishing, hiking and horse riding. In the 19th century, the Royal Mail coach often stopped at the Foelas Arms on its way from London through Betws-y-Coed to Holyhead. Today, the coaching route is the A5. The hotel has refurbished its dining room and offers a wide range of home-cooked food prepared using local produce.
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Pentrefoelas,
Betws-y-coed,
Conwy
LL24 0HT

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Elen's Castle Hotel - A former 18th century coaching inn, originally part of the Earl of Ancaster's Welsh estate, this comfortable, family run hotel is full of historic character. Resting in the centre of the Dolwyddelan, the hotel offers a unique place to relax at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Retaining its original character and many fittings, Elen's Castle Hotel has en suite guestrooms to suit all tastes, including four-poster rooms overlooking the Lledr Valley and River, family suites and accommodation to suit walking groups. We also have a bunkhouse for the traveller on a budget. Dine in our intimate restaurant and enjoy a drink by the wood burning stove in our cosy historic bar.
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Dolwyddelan,
Betws-y-coed,
Conwy
LL25 0EJ

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The Royal Hotel - This hotel rests by the banks of the River Dee, in the heart of this historic market town that nestles within the Welsh mountains. With superb views of the impressive Langollen Bridge, this recently renovated hotel offers modern comforts whilst retaining its original, period charm. Here, you will find comfortable, refurbished accommodation and a redesigned bar and restaurant. Famous former guests at the Royal Hotel include the young Queen Victoria and her mother, the Duchess of Kent. The Royal Hotel continues to extend the warm welcome which has been its proud tradition for over one hundred years.
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Bridge Street,
Llangollen,
Denbighshire
LL20 8PG

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Cleddau Bridge Hotel - Whether you choose the Cleddau Bridge Hotel for a 'get away from it all' break, a business venue where the relaxing atmosphere will allow you to concentrate on the job in hand, or simply as a stopping off point en- route to Ireland, you will be sure to appreciate the elegant surroundings, excellent cuisine and friendly but discreet staff. Set in 3 acres of grounds, the Hotel is in a secluded yet convenient location a few hundred yards from one of Pembrokeshire's best known landmarks, the Cleddau Bridge, and enjoys panoramic views over the River Cleddau. The town centre is less than a mile away and with ample parking, the Hotel is ideally situated for access to all Pembrokeshire's main towns and attractions.
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Essex Rd,
Pembroke,
Dyfed
SA72 6EG

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Ivy Bush Royal Hotel - The Ivy Bush Royal commands a spectacular position at the gateway to West Wales. Welcomes business and leisure travellers to this beautiful part of the country in considerable style and comfort. The hotel has been fully refurbished and sympathetically modernised to blend its old world charm with modern facilities. There are 70 comfortably furnished bedrooms including 3 family rooms, 4 executive rooms and a two-room suite.
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Spilman Street,
Carmarthen,
Dyfed
SA31 1LG

 

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Hotels & Guest houses in Wales
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Flintshire
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