Bodelwyddan Castle is our Grade II-listed Bodelwyddan Castle is a fantastic hotel located in North Wales overlooking the beautiful valley. This Victorian folly has a warm and welcoming location and guests to the hotel enjoy free entrance.
A detached, family run guest house set in its own award winning gardens. Close to shops and amenities. All rooms are en-suite. Family room available on the top floor that can accommodate up to 5 guests. Excellent traditional home cooking.
Wales' highest rated country house hotel, Bodysgallen Hall & Spa is also one of Britain's top spa destinations. Set in 200 acres of private parkland, this distinguished 17th century hall enjoys spectacular views.
A late 17th century house, standing in 24 acres on the tidal banks of the Mawddach Estuary with picturesque views. The gardens have a variety of flowers, trees, shrubs as well as birdlife. Borthwnog also adjoins an 'RSPB' bird reserve.
Luxury accomodation with superb coastal views and within walking distance to the beach. Hot-tub, Gymnasium, WIFI, Relaxing 3/4 acre garden
All rooms en-suite with luxurious towels and hospitality tray.
The Castle of Brecon Hotel is an historic hotel of great charm and character. Occupying the site and remains of Brecon Castle close to the centre of town, it stands on a bluff of land between two rivers commanding extensive views.
Close to the sea, yet within 15 minutes drive of Cardiff City Centre. "Brecon Lodge" is ideal for the visitor and business traveller. Opposite parkland, close to shops and excellent restaurants. Cardiff Airport 10 miles.
This impressive country house is in a peaceful location with attractive, well-tended gardens. The friendly hosts are most attentive and provide a relaxing atmosphere. Bedrooms are spacious and well furnished.
Ideally suited for business and leisure, the Bridge End Hotel offers guests exceptional value and friendly, efficient service. Family rooms available. Lunch and dinner served. Bar with range of wines and beers. Overlooking the River Dee.
Brigydon is without question one of Aberdovey's finest houses. Our Five Star Grading and GOLD AWARD by Visit Wales is testimony to this. Your Aberdovey Accommodation at Brigydon includes stunning views, beautiful gardens, secure car parking
The Britannia inn was built in the 14th Century by the Monks of the nearby Valle Crucis Abbey. The Inn is situated at the foot of the Horseshoe Pass and has a commanding view of the Vale of Llangollen. Great food, drink and accommodation.
A warm welcome awaits you at our B&B. We offer a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with comfortable rooms with TV and tea/coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. Private parking. Residents lounge.
This Grade II listed Country House overlooks beautiful gardens with breathtaking views of the sea & is full of charm, warmth & genuine hospitality, offering the perfect venue for weekend breaks, conferences & meetings, weddings & golf.
Bron Heulog is a beautiful, large Victorian house nestling in the picturesque, Welsh Berwyn Mountains. Ideal location for walking and cycling. Comfortable and well furnished bedrooms. Children under 8 - free. Discounts available.
Beautiful Victorian House situated on the Menai Straits, only a few minutes walk from Caernarfon town centre. A warm welcome awaits guests. 10 en-suite letting rooms. We have a private car park and secure cycle storage.
Claire and Sian offer the warmest of welcomes at Bron Rhiw in Criccieth.
Located in the heart of Mid Wales, Builth Wells is the home of the Royal Welsh Show Ground and the perfect centre for any visit to the area.
Broomfield is a Grade II listed Georgian house of Italianate Regency style, standing in an elevated position commanding stunning views across the Wye Valley to the hills beyond.
Visitors return to Bryn Awelon year after year and are greated with a complimentray tray of tea/coffee and home made Bara Brith served in the lawned gardens or open beamed dining room.
Victorian property. Comfortable, well appointed en-suite accommodation complemented by freshly cooked breakfast. Free wi-fi. Private off road parking. 800m walk to Conwy’s amenities/transport services.