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Fishing Hotels & Guest Houses in Wales

Choose from 85 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.

Penrhadw Farm - Pontsticill, Merthyr Tydfil, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF48 2TU
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In the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, Penrhadw Farm has spectacular mountain views and offers a range of comfortable accommodation to suit the needs and budget of any traveller. With a superb location just outside the unspoilt village of Pontsticill, the farm is the ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The open farmland surrounding the farm's main building adjoins the park, so you can enjoy the stunning natural beauty of this landscape from the minute you step out of the front door. The great access to the region's major road network also makes the farm a convenient base for exploring Mid and South Wales. Penrhadw Farm offers luxury en suite bed and breakfast accommodation in the main building, as well as self-catering and bed and breakfast accommodation in several separate, well-equipped, detached holiday cottages.
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Buckley Pines Hotel - Dinas Mawddwy, Dinas Mawddwy, Powys, SY20 9LP
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A warm welcome awaits you at this family-run hotel that has much charm and character, and is ideally located on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy in Snowdonia. Nestled within the beautiful Dyfi Valley, with the River Dyfi (Dovey) located behind it, the hotel offers you a picturesque countryside location. Situated on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy, Gwynedd, the hotel is easily accessible from the A470 and is located between Dolgellau and Machynlleth. A selection of beers is available in the hotel's bar and bistro, and when the weather is good you can enjoy a drink in the beer garden where you can take in the spectacular scenery. For the hungry traveller the hotel serves a wide choice of traditional food from their menu together with your selection of wine from the carefully selected list.
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Woburn Hill Hotel - High Street, Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, LL67 0HU
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This homely hotel rests in the North Coast of Anglesey in the old fishing village of Cemaes; ideal for beaches, water sports, fishing, walking and birdwatching. Golfing is available 4 miles away. The Woburn Hill Hotel is a small friendly, family-run establishment offering bed and breakfast, a licensed bar, grill menu, a dry lounge, beer garden and luxury en suite rooms. There is the option of your choice from the grill menu and a daily specials board to suit all palates. We also cater for special diets. The hotel uses as much local shellfish, fish, meats and farm produce as possible, subject to availability. We also have our own car park, with space for boats, jet skis, canoes, cyles etc.
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Guidfa House - Crossgates, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6RF
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In picturesque gardens, this charming Georgian house is in the village of Crossgates, just north of Llandrindod Wells. Bright and spacious bedrooms are individually furnished and include a ground-floor room. All rooms have comfy beds, huge fluffy bath towels, soft bathrobes and quality toiletries. Trained Cordon Bleu chef Anne prepares modern and traditional dishes that use fresh, local ingredients. The wine list has some new and interesting new choices for 2009. Dinner is available Wednesday to Saturday (if reserved at least 24 hours in advance). A selection of soups, freshly baked bread and cold platters is available on other nights. Discover this beautiful part of Wales with Guidfa House.
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Churchills Hotel - No. 3 Llandaff Place, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF5 2AE
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On the edge of rolling parkland in the cathedral suburb of Llandaff, this contemporary town-house style hotel provides an oasis of calm right in the heart of Cardiff. Close to beautiful parkland, the original graceful building retains its original features in a contemporary style. It offers comfortable accommodation, a relaxing lounge bar and a restaurant with a well deserved reputation for excellence. Furthermore, the hotel has free wireless internet access so you can keep in contact with family, friends and colleagues during your stay. Just 4-minutes away from the bustling city centre, Churchills Hotel is situated on Cardiff Road, next to the parkland of Pontcanna fields and within sight of Llandaff Cathedral. With ample free parking, it is easily reached from either the M4 or Cardiff central station
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Swallow Falls Hotel - Holyhead Road, Betws-y-coed, Conwy, LL24 0DW
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Opposite Wales' most beautiful waterfall, 3.2 km (2 miles) outside of Betws-y-Coed, this hotel combines the classic quality of a Victorian coaching house with the relaxed ambience of a modern establishment. Recently refurbished, the spacious rooms all offer en suite facilities, with most benefiting from panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The dog-friendly hotel has a traditional pub serving fine ales, while the Tavern Cafe serves lunches and snacks throughout the day. The restaurant serves evening meals, and tables should be booked in advance.
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The Glan Yr Afon Inn - Dolphin, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 8HE
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Nestling in the small village of Dolphin, near Holywell and just off the A55 to Holyhead, The Glan Yr Afon Inn combines traditional and contemporary elements. We provide simple, fresh, locally sourced, quality food, accompanied by traditional ales and a comprehensive wine list. Our function room accommodates up to 70 people. We offer comfortable accommodation, quality cuisine and a well stocked bar, all in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Wherever you are travelling from, the Glan offers a warm welcome.
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The George Hotel - 11-13 Stepney Rd, Burry Port, Dyfed, SA16 0BH
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Just a short distance from the harbour and the seafront, the George Hotel has been fully refurbished and now offers comfortable rooms, good food and a modern wine bar. The George Hotel has just 5 rooms, ensuring guests receive a warm welcome and friendly, personal service. The rooms are individually decorated and named after streets in the town. The wine bar has a 42-inch plasma flat-screen TV and offers a fine selection of wines, spirits and beers. The restaurant offers fine dining and has become a favourite with hotel guests and local townsfolk alike. The extensive menu has something to suit everyone, with steaks and seafood proving particularly popular. In the heart of Burry Port, just a few miles from Llanelli and Swansea, the George Hotel is the hub of the town and has a great location for those exploring the lovely countryside and coastline of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and West Wales.
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Gwesty'r Plas Coch bala - 52 high street, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7AB
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Originally built as a coaching inn in around 1780, the Plascoh Inn is now a family-run hotel, centrally located in the lovely Welsh town of Bala. The hotel offers free parking and comfortable, great-value accommodation. The regions major road network can be accessed easily. The hotel works closely with the National Whitewater Centre to offer guests discounted rates on the activities available: canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing on Lake Bala and white-water rafting. Guests can also enjoy special discounted rates on many of the other exciting activities on offer in the area, including golf, fishing and quad biking.
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St George's Hotel - St George's Place, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2LG
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Offering sophistication and style by the sea, St George's is a contemporary and luxurious hotel that is perfect for exploring Llandudno and the North Wales coast. Close to Llandudno's promenade and pier, the stunning 4-star hotel in the town centre is among the top 3% of hotels in Wales that have been awarded the Gold Award by Visit Wales. The St George's Hotel combines traditional Victorian elegance, professional service and fine views of Llandudno Bay.
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The West Usk Lighthouse - St. Brides Wentloog, Newport, Gwent and Glamorgan, NP10
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Set on the old coastal road between Newport and Cardiff, this former lighthouse offers unique accommodation with views over the Severn and Usk Estuaries and the Bristol Channel. Designed over 2 floors, plus the lantern room, the West Usk Lighthouse is a circular building with a spiral staircase running through the middle, with a wishing well at the very bottom. As a result, each room features a distinctive wedge shape. Not your most traditional hotel, at the bottom of the stairs you will also find a Dalek! Quirky, friendly and relaxed, the West Usk Lighthouse aims to offer a relaxing stay unlike any other. You can enjoy a session in the Floatation Tank, have a soak in the hot tub which is on the roof and be pampered with a choice of complementary therapies.
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Stella Guest House - 64 Church Walks, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2HG
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On a pretty Llandudno street, close to the seafront and tramway, Stella Guest House is a delightful B&B serving great breakfasts. Reach the town, pier and seafront in 3 minutes. Each clean and comfortable bedroom has a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet access. Stella Guest House is ideal for a lovely stay in Llandudno, where you can explore the Orme Tramway and the town itself, or travel further afield.
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The Black Boy Inn - Northgate Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1RW
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The Black Boy Inn is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls and easy walking distance from the town centre and the famous 13th-century castle. The Black Boy dates back to 1522 and some of its walls are 1.2 to 1.5 metres thick. The wood panelling, low ceilings and thick wooden beams create a cosy atmosphere. Caernarfon is a market town with an open-air market every Saturday (Mondays also in summer).
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The Oak Lodge Inn - Llanallgo, Amlwch, Anglesey, LL72 8HB
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The Oak Lodge is on the edge of the delightful old fishing village of Moelfre, which lies on the East Coast of the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. The Oak Lodge has 10 en suite bedrooms, all with welcome trays, TV and central heating. The rooms are individual and vary in size. Full Sky TV is available in the lounge. Bar snacks are available, as are delicious home-cooked meals in the restaurant. Enjoy a relaxing drink in the comfort of the cosy oak-beamed bar and take in the stunning panoramic sea views of Anglesey, Llandudno and Puffin Island.
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Bron-Y-Graig - Bron -Y- Graig, Corwen, Denbighshire, LL21 0DR
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Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 10-bedroom Victorian Town House Hotel in North Wales with tranquil river and mountain views. Relaxed, a la carte Dining and/or B&B in our spacious rooms with room service if required will not disappoint you. Built in 1888 as the family home of the Sheriff of Denbigh, this fascinating courtyard house nestles in the wooded slopes of the Berwyns on the edge of Corwen between Betws-y-Coed, Llangollen, and Bala. After years of careful renovation, Bron-y-Graig opened in 1999 to offer bed and breakfast, a licensed a la carte restaurant for Dinner service and now a luxury holiday cottage, with special facilities for groups and business guests. The 19th century splendour of our William Morris decor is complemented by 21st century services and 100% attention to our guests' comfort. Many visitors return year after year to enjoy our old house's relaxing welcome or to sample exciting outdoor activities with our expert associates. Bron y Graig is ideally located for exploring the whole of North Wales.
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Marlborough House Hotel - Southcliffe Street, Tenby, Dyfed, SA70 7EA
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This small, friendly hotel is on the coastal path. It is 2 minutes' walk from the main beach and 4 minutes' walk from the town centre. The town's best restaurants are a 5-minute walk away, and Marlborough House Hotel offers Thai evening meals for groups of 4 or more (by prior arrangement). Each room is en suite and has a TV. Some rooms have a sea view. Marlborough House Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the coach terminal and a 10-minute walk from the railway station.
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White Lion Royal Hotel - High Street, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7AE
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The White Lion Royal Hotel, built 1752, reopened after extensive renovation to a 4 star Coaching Inn standard. Close to Snowdonia National Park (an area of outstanding natural beauty) and the Lake District of North Wales. Straddling the A494 Dolgellau road, The White Lion Royal Hotel is ideally situated for touring North and Mid Wales. One would have difficulty finding a location as well situated as the Bala area, the Lake District of North Wales. The hotel has been completely refurbished, bringing it up to 4 star coaching inn standard. The White water rafting centre is nearby, we are one of the closest hotels. We would advise booking a table at the same time as room as restaurant is very popular.
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Bodidris Hall - Wrexham, Llandegla, Denbighshire, LL11 3AL
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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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Castle Hotel - Kings Road, Llandovery, Dyfed, SA20 0AP
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In Llandovery, on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons, amid rolling hills and spectacular scenery, this historic hotel combines traditional charm with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi. The Castle Hotel is conveniently located next to the A40, in the heart of Carmarthenshire, known as 'The Garden of Wales'. Llandeilo and Builth Wells are only a short drive away. Free on-site parking is available for guests. The Castle is a charming traditional town centre hotel with 20 comfortable en suite rooms. The cosy bar features beautifully preserved original features such as real log fires and exposed wooden beams. The bar offers home-cooked meals and Carriages Restaurant offers a superb menu, with delicious roast Sunday lunches from the carvery. All the food is lovingly prepared by the chef/proprietor, using fresh locally sourced produce and served by the friendly team. When the weather is fine, an al fresco lunch can be enjoyed in the courtyard at the front of the hotel.
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West Arms Hotel - Llanarmon Dc, Moelfre, Powys, LL20 7LD
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Situated in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, this delightful hotel 16th century residence has a wealth of charm and character, with inglenook log fires and original timbered ceilings, all set off by period furnishings. Tranquility and a warm welcome await you at this charming country inn. Over 400 years old, the period quality extends into the bedrooms, each one spacious and comfortable and with a private bathroom. Best seafood pub of the year 2007, the West Arms holds AA 3 stars and an RAC 2 star rating. It is mentioned in Welsh Rarebits, Hotels of Distinction as well as many other hotel guides. Furthermore, the hotel has just been awarded by their 2nd AA rosette for fine dining and also been upgraded to a 3-star.
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Gwenllian Court Hotel - Mynyddygarreg, Kidwelly, Dyfed, SA17 4LW
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With a beautiful, peaceful location, in fine grounds on the banks of the Gwendraeth River, this Victorian country mansion offers individually designed bedrooms, free parking and fine dining. Just off the A484 and with easy access to the M4 motorway and the main road links to Pembrokeshire and West Wales, the Gwenllian Court Hotel is a great base from which to explore South Wales. All of the comfortable en suite rooms have TVs, hairdryers, telephones and tea/coffee. Fine dining is available in the Old Chapel Restaurant. Simpler, home-cooked bar meals can be served in the Gwendraeth Bar or the Felindre Conservatory. Only the finest quality, locally sourced ingredients are used. The Gwenllian Court Hotel also caters for weddings throughout the year.
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The Royal Hotel - Bridge Street, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8PG
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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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Gales Of Llangollen - 18 Bridge Street, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8PF
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Situated in one of the oldest streets in Llangollen and a few seconds from the high street, Gales has individual en suite bedrooms. Each room is sympathetically restored in keeping with the historic character of the buildings. Rooms are split between 2 buildings: a Georgian town house above the wine bar and an older, timber-framed building. The wine bar at Gales has fresh, home-cooked food and an extensive wine list.
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Seacroft - Ravenspoint Road, Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, LL65 2YU
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In Treaddur Bay, on the stunning coast of the Isle of Anglesey, the Seacroft is a 5-star restaurant with rooms, offering free Wi-Fi, superb locally sourced food and a cosy traditional bar. The Seacroft has received a 5-star rating from Visit Wales in its Restaurant with Rooms category. There are 6 individually decorated rooms, each with their own unique charm and each named after one of the beautiful beaches on Anglesey. Each room has a flat-screen TV, Egyptian cotton bed linen and a modern bath or shower room. Some of the rooms have private balconies. With a roaring log fire and superb local food, the Seacroft is a great place to sit back and relax in stylish and comfortable surroundings. There is both a bar menu and a restaurant menu, with the finest, freshest, locally sourced seasonal produce used throughout. Lobster comes from Trearddur Bay itself, from a boat based just a few hundred yards away.
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The Mirador - 14 Mirador Crescent, Swansea, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA2 0QX
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The Mirador is a truly unique guest house with themed, cosmopolitan rooms and extremely welcoming staff. You will not find rooms like this anywhere else. Each room at The Mirador has superb d?cor, each portraying themes such as Roman, Egyptian or Oriental. All have TV, DVD player, free Wi-Fi access and en suite bathroom with power shower. Most rooms are furnished with desks. Fax and photocopying services are available. Breakfast is available to all guests at The Mirador. The Gower Peninsula and surrounding beaches are located within driving distance. Local activities range from pony trekking and rambling to golf and tennis.
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Tyn Rhos Country House - Seion, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL55 3AE
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Located on the open plain between Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey, this former farm has been transformed into a stylish country house. Ty'n Rhos is surrounded by 50 acres of farmland with views of Snowdonia, and its friendly staff extend a warm welcome. Bedrooms feature quality bedspreads and curtains, luxury bathrobes and towels, Egyptian cotton bedding, toiletries, courtesy trays and Freeview TV. There is a large, restful lounge furnished with antiques, and a cosy, tastefully furnished bar. The dining room and conservatory overlook the gardens and the Isle of Anglesey. Ty'n Rhos, which means 'house on the heath', has won many fine awards.
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Tynycornel Hotel - Talyllyn, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL36 9AJ
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With a magnificent location, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty and dramatic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, the Tynycornel Hotel looks out over its own 222-acre fishing lake. With the majestic mountains of Cader Idris reflected in its waters, Tal-y-Llyn Lake is more than a scenic asset; the hotel owns the lake, which is noted for its superb fishing. Tynycornel was a well-known fishing hostelry as early as 1800 and guests enjoy priority access to Tal-y-Llyn's prized waters, together with fine river fishing. Sensitively refurbished, Tynycornel is a solid, traditional building, rich in original character and traditional charm. The en suite rooms have splendid lakeside or garden views and guests can also stay in the adjacent accommodation, converted from old farm buildings. All rooms have TVs, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities. There is a spacious lounge overlooking the lake and the quiet bar and restaurant both offer a high standard of cuisine with an extensive wine list.
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Seiont Manor Hotel - Llanrug, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL55 2AQ
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Seiont Manor sits peacefully within the countryside of Snowdonia, some of the most stunning scenery in North Wales. Surrounded by 150 acres of mature farmland, Seiont Manor offers a complete escape from the pressures of every day life. Imaginatively created from the original farmstead of a Georgian manor house, as soon as you walk in the door you'll receive a warm Welsh welcome that will instantly make you feel at home, ready to relax and recharge your batteries. Finding the space to unwind at Seiont Manor is not hard. You can escape for a long walk in the surrounding farmland, take in some fishing on the River Seiont within the hotel grounds, or burn off some excess energy in the 40ft Victorian pool or the gym. To enjoy life at a slightly more leisurely pace, you can absorb yourself in a good book in the library or lounge. Relaxation is effortless in the spacious guest rooms. Many rooms have been furnished with artifacts and antiques from around the world, making them unique and a real treasure trove of cultural finds. All rooms have either a small balcony or terrace to enable you to enjoy the view over the surrounding countryside, the herb gardens or the idyllic stream that trickles past one side of the hotel. The castle town of Caernarfon, university town of Bangor and Llanberis are only a 5 minute drive away. The Island of Angelesy is also reachable in just 10 minutes.
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Gliffaes Country House Hotel - Crickhowell, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RH
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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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Nant Ddu Lodge Hotel and Spa - Brecon Road, Merthyr Tydfil, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF48 2HY
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This contemporary hotel with health spa and bistro is located in the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. It is a true country hotel and inn, unfussy, welcoming and relaxing, where guests sacrifice nothing in terms of comfort and surroundings.
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