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Snowdonia is home to the most beautiful Welsh scenery and Bodysgallen Hall, the most beautiful of Welsh hotels. Built around a 13th-century watchtower with Conwy Castle in the distance, this rambling hotel looks surprisingly uniform, considering eight centuries of additions, alteratio... more

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The Castle Hotel stands on the site of a former Cistercian abbey, the latest incarnation of a 14th Century coaching inn. The impressive granite and brick façade was “recently” added at the turn of the 19th Century. Once inside exposed beams, antiques, collectibles n... more

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The Cawdor is centrally located on the high street of Llandeilo in the heart of Carmarthenshire. Starting life as a coaching inn in 1796 it was recently completely refurbished and transformed into a contemporary boutique hotel. The striking pink and black external décor gives a... more

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Llangoed Hall

This grand and dignified house was designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis (of fanciful Portmeirion) and rescued from ruin by Sir Bernard Ashley (of Laura Ashley fame). The lounges are a delight: a great hall with an open fire, antiques, huge sofas, and interesting original artwork; a b... more

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The Olde Bull’s Head has a long and interesting history. Established in 1472 and rebuilt in 1617, the walls of its traditional beamed bar are decorated with antique weaponry, brass and copper knick knacks and the town’s ancient ducking chair—all enticingly olde world... more

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Penmaenuchaf Hall is a lovely country house hotel with a quite unpronounceable name. According to owners Lorraine Fielding and Mark Watson, “pen mine ich av” is a somewhat accurate pronunciation. The hotel is constantly evolving, recent additions being a classy gothic styled garde... more

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Tan-y-Foel, Capel Garmon, Wales, UK

Tan-y-Foel, “the house under the hillside,” sits high above the Conwy Valley, just outside Betws-y-Coed, within 6 acres of rugged woodland and pasture on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. This small 5 star country guest house owned and operated by husband and wife, Maria... more

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Tyddyn Llan is a delightful gray-stone country house set in the peaceful Vale of Edeyrnion at the eastern gateway to Snowdonia. A onetime shooting lodge for the Dukes of Westminster it is now a foodie haven and delightful country house hotel owned by the Webbs. Susan runs the front of... more

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