If you are thinking of visiting Wales, then accommodations are the least of your worries. The reason why we say this is because of the variety and quality of the hotels available. You will be simply spoilt for choice as you choose between luxury hotels, premium boutiques, and more economical options. No matter your budget, you will find a cosy, comfortable option
In this section, we list some of the most exclusive hotels:
- Slebech Park, Pembrokeshire
At first glance, Slebech Park will remind you of a Jane Austen novel with its magnificent manor set amongst acres and acres of pristine woodland. The exotic exterior is, however, in stark contrast with the most modern luxuries that you will find inside.
Located a few minutes from the A40, the grand old hotel serves as a rich reminder of the culture and traditions of Wales. Staying at this grand manor will surely beckon images of kings, queens, and marauding Vikings.
- Llangoed Hall, Powys
It is perhaps harder to find a hotel that is steeped in as much history as Llangoed Hall. In fact, you may forget for a moment that you are staying in a luxury hotel when you view family photographs and a fine collection of British paintings that belonged to the man who restored the place, Sir Bernard Ashley. There is also a piano that the guests can try their hands at. The style and character of the hotel is more intimate. Set against the majestic view of the River Wye with the Black Mountains in the background, the view alone provides a reason to stay here.
- Plas Bodegroes, Gwynedd
From the outside, the Plas Bodegroes may not give the impression of a luxury hotel. Surrounded by vibrant and colourful summer flowers, the hotel feels more like a Victorian house. It is only when you step in that you realize that what seemed quaint from the outside is in fact a spacious, luxurious living accommodation. A beautiful staircase leads to the sitting room kept warm by a fireplace. The service has a personal touch to it, making it one of the most welcoming hotels in Wales.
Here, we take a look at some of the best hotels that offer premium accommodation…
- The Bell at Skenfrith, Monmouthshire
Nestled in the beautiful and pure natural setting of Skenfrith, The Bell retains an old world charm. The hotel as an old castle that you can visit along with the very interesting Church of St Bridget. The countryside setting will provide a relaxing break from the crowds, noise, and pollution that is common in our daily lives.
Inside the hotel, you will find cosy sofas and chairs that accompany a warm fireplace. There is also a kitchen garden that is fertile with local produce.
Premium accommodation does not get much better than The Bell.
- Castle Hotel, Conwy
If we were to use only one word to describe the Castle Hotel, it would be heritage. The reason being that the hotel lies in the midst of a citadel and town walls that have been given World Heritage Status by UNESCO.
A good mix of the modern and the traditional, the premium accommodation is also a nerve centre for festivals and activities like the Gwledd Conwy Feast.
Wales Welcomes You
With its exquisite rage of accommodation, Wales welcomes visitors and tourists with open arms, ready to serve them with a warm smile and friendly conversation. The hotels listed above provide the traveller with the best that the charming country has to offer.