Tŵr y Felin, St Davids
A former windmill overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast in the UK’s smallest city, 4 Star Gold Hotel Tŵr y Felin bills itself as the Wales’ first contemporary art hotel. With style to spare, it’s an unusual and memorable location for a romantic getaway. Every room is a feast for the senses, immaculately decorated and furnished to the highest standards, but the luxurious Windmill Tower Suite is the jewel in the crown. Set over two levels, a spiral staircase leads up to the original observatory, offering stunning 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside.
Erskine Arms, Conwy
Don’t be fooled by the slightly austere exterior of this 4 star Georgian-era coaching inn. Venture inside the Erskine Arms and you’re enveloped in a warm and welcoming atmosphere of chunky old furniture and roaring log fires – perfect for snuggling up with your loved one. Upstairs, there are cosy and contemporary rooms, many of which have fairytale views of Conwy’s awesome 13th century castle.
The Bull, Beaumaris
What could be more romantic than an island escape? There’s no lengthy sea crossing required to reach Anglesey, though the luxury awaiting you at the 5 Star Bull's Head Inn would definitely be worth the trip. Add some real magic with a four-poster bed and enjoy fresh fish straight from Anglesey’s crystal waters in the elegant Loft restaurant.
Tŷ Castell, Caernarfon
Immerse yourself in fantasy at the 4 Star restaurant with rooms, Tŷ Castell. As well as being just a stone’s throw from the spectacular Caernarfon Castle, each of its four rooms has been inspired by legends from the Mabinogion, Wales’ ancient collection of folk tales. You can also feed your passion with a special Valentine’s menu – think Welsh tapas made with freshest local produce that Gwynedd has to offer.
Coes Faen Lodge Spa, Barmouth
Take rest and relaxation to the next level at the cool and contemporary Coes Faen Lodge Spa (5 Star Gold Guest Accommodation). With six individually designed rooms with eye-opening features (a handcrafted wooden bathtub complete with waterproof TV is one highlight), it’s perfect for the ultimate chilled getaway. You can also have a range of indulgent spa treatments without leaving your suite. Now that’s what we call room service.
The Grove, Narberth
It’ll be love at first sight at The Grove, a 4 Star Gold Country House Hotel. When you catch a glimpse of this luxurious country house hotel nestled amid the trees in the green Pembrokeshire countryside, you’ll know you’re in for something special. It has a beautiful blend of period features and light modern touches, not to mention AA Rosette winning cuisine (much of it picked from the hotel’s own kitchen gardens and or foraged from the surrounding countryside). Take the special Romance package and there’ll be bubbly, chocolate and red roses waiting in your room when you arrive.
Palé Hall, Bala
Feel like a princess (or prince) in a fairytale tower with a night in a turret room at the 5 Star Gold Award winning Palé Hall. Or, go one better by bedding down in a luxurious suite once occupied by Queen Victoria herself. It’s all part of Palé Hall’s supremely regal appeal. This elegant country house in the gorgeous Dee Valley transports you to a more genteel time, while keeping things relaxed and informal. The best of both worlds.
Mansion House, Llansteffan
A restaurant with rooms in a dreamy hilly location between the Carmarthenshire coast and the Cambrian Mountains, Mansion House (a 5 Star Restaurant with Rooms) is perfectly placed for a truly special trip. The eight rooms, each named after a local hill farm, have their own distinct personalities, while the two AA Rosette Moryd Restaurant serves up tempting dishes with a distinctly local twist. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the romantic ruins of nearby Llansteffan Castle (ideal spot for a proposal perhaps?), one of our most magical ancient monuments.
Plas Nanteos Mansion, Rhydyfelin
Relive the elegant Georgian era at the 4 Star Country House Hotel Plas Nanteos Mansion near Aberystwyth. For centuries it was the family home of the wealthy Powell family, but a multimillion pound renovation has restored the building to its former glory as a breathtaking country-house hotel. Stylish original features blend with cool, up-to-the-minute design in spectacular suites named after famous former visitors (including poet Lord Byron and composer Richard Wagner).