Little Hotels in North Wales

Chateau Rhianfa

, Glyngarth
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A fairytale country house hotel on the shore of the Menai Strait.

Guest rating 8.8

The Mulberry Inn

, Glyn Ceiriog
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A quntessentially Welsh pub, restaurant and B&B in the beautiful Ceiriog valley close to Llangollen and Oswestry.

Guest rating 9.7

The Royston

, Llanbrynmair
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A handsome country guest house deep in the countryside of Mid Wales, surrounded by the Cambrian mountains.

Guest rating 10.0

Plas Tan-Yr-Allt

, Porthmadog
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A historic country house B&B in an amazing position overlooking the Glaslyn estuary at Porthmadog.

Guest rating 9.8

Castellor Bed and Breakfast

, Cemaes Bay
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A magical location facing straight out to the beach and the sea.

Guest rating 9.9

Palé Hall

, Bala
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An opulent Victorian country house hotel where you will find the best of everything. Stunning interiors.

Guest rating 9.6

Ffynnon

, Dolgellau
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Boutique accommodation in Dolgellau, at the foot of Cader Idris in the Snowdonia National Park.

Guest rating 9.6

Ty Mawr Hotel

, Llanbedr
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A welcoming pub, hotel and restaurant in a tiny village near the coast and the Snowdonia National Park.

Guest rating 8.8

Forest Country House

, Newtown
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Luxury bed-and-breakfast in a big garden in the middle of the Welsh countryside.

Guest rating 9.2

Maesmawr Hall Hotel

, Caersws
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A Grade II listed country house in splendid grounds in the middle of Wales.

Guest rating 9.0

Escape

, Llandudno
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An exclusive, stylish and luxurious boutique B&B near the Great Orme in Llandudno.

Guest rating 9.0
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Reasons to visit North Wales

Conwy and Caernarfon are World Heritage Sites, walled towns with castles tucked between the mountains and the sea. Head a short distance inland for the unspoiled landscapes of Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia - the highest peak in England and Wales. Or stay on the coast for long sandy beaches and fabulous clifftop walks.

North Wales is an adventure playground with activities to keep most adrenaline junkies happy. Zip line through abandoned quarries or surf on an inland lagoon, the choice is yours. If you want to slow down, there are some of the best walks and cycling in Britain.

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