This is an ideal hotel for well priced short seaside and weekend breaks. Llandudno and the surrounding areas are packed with exciting places to visit and lots of things to see and do. The two beaches, "North" and "South" shore offer lots of fun on the Golden sand, and prove extremely popular in the summer months. The Pier is also not to be missed as Llandudno is one of the few remaining seaside towns to still boast an operational Pier. (GW 09/2008)
This hotel is one of Britain's top spa destinations and is Wales' highest rated country house hotel. Set in 200 acres of private parkland, this distinguished 17th century hall, built in 1620 and renovated in 2008, enjoys spectacular views. Furnished in a country house style with antiques, fine paintings and collectables, accommodation is found both in the hall and in the sixteen charming Welsh stone cottages nestling in the grounds. As well as the 31 guestrooms, the historical hotel houses a lobby, hotel safe and a cloakroom, plus a caf? and restaurant. Room and laundry services are offered and there is a car park for guests with cars.