• ✓ Check Availability
  • ✓ FREE cancellation on most rooms
Photo of Wales

Best Hotels in Wales

Hide some Locations

About Wales

If you're looking for windswept and spectacular then Wales is for you. It doesn't matter if it's a dramatically buffeted coastline, rocky mountain range or lush river valley, Wales offers a myriad of opportunities for getting out into the great outdoors. Of course Wales also has lively cities, charming seaside towns and has had many thousands of years in which to build wonderful castles, historic homes and fascinating structures. Some of these have now been converted into the best places to stay in Wales.

Some of our Welsh Collections:

North Wales

North Wales is a great destination for active folk and active families are especially well catered for. As well as access to Snowdonia National Park and the Wales Coastal Path - Llandudno is a good base for the coast and Conwy or the Isle of Anglesey for other outdoors activities - there are also several areas classified as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Then there are the stunning beaches along dramatically rugged coastlines and rocky interiors and also plenty of rainy-day heritage activities.

South and Mid Wales

South and Mid Wales have the main cities, Cardiff and Swansea. It’s also where you’ll find the vast mecca for walkers and cyclists that is the Brecon Beacons which is part of the Powys area, parts of the Wye Valley and the pretty village of Mumbles, gateway to the Gower Peninsula. This is where you can find some of the best beaches and surfing conditions in Wales.

Cardiff is watched over by its ancient fort, and in turn, watches over the modernised waterfront and bay. This layout is a pretty good analogy for the city itself: a blend of recent innovative architecture which still preserves the city’s heritage. Cardiff’s popularity as a destination for visitors is relatively new, and there’s a nice buzz on a busy weekend - especially when the rugby is on - with the shopping districts doing a lively trade and the pubs, clubs and restaurants enjoying the same crowds in the evenings.

Swansea’s not the most beautiful city in Wales, but it is situated on Swansea Bay, a five-mile swathe of stunning beach. It’s also where you’ll find the National Waterfront Museum and for fans of "Under Milk Wood" the Dylan Thomas Centre.

West Wales

As you get into West Wales you'll notice road signs changing from English above Welsh to Welsh above English. This is the heartland of traditional Wales and Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion really feel a long way, culturally, from the rest of the mainland. The coastline is tamer, with more sandy stretches, dotted with candy-coloured harbour towns, so this is great place for a unique seaside holiday.

What not to Miss

  • Get in touch with the capital at the the National Museum of Cardiff which houses a truly wonderful collection including over 500 years worth of paintings, sculptures and one of Europe's finest collection of Impressionist art. There's an array of galleries displaying Wales' rich natural history as well as dinosaur displays.
  • Also in Cardiff, the 19th-century Gothic revival Castell Coch features dazzlingly colourful interiors and splendid architecture, including a moat, draw bridge and dungeon. You'll feel as if you're in a fairy tale!
  • Consider exploring some of Snowdonia National Park, home to a number of fantastic hiking trails, fishing spots, cycling routes and no less than 20 golf courses!
  • Or how about walking the Wales Coastal Path?
  • There’s the Brecon Beacons National Park, which covers some 520 square miles and is a mecca for walkers and cyclists. The landscape is stunning with old sandstone forming four distinct ranges of hills intersected with major river valleys.
  • The Wye Valley which stretches from mid Wales to Chepstow, runs a picturesque course through typically British countryside. Obviously ideal for keen walkers, the area also offers great fishing. Of course the only literary festival to be seen at is the Hay on Wye Festival.
  • Pembroke Castle, the "birthplace of the Tudor Dynasty", is a wonderful place for the whole family visit. It boasts an 80 foot Great Keep and the medieval dungeon, as well as a number of falconry displays and historic re-enactments.

With such a variety of areas and experiences we are sure it will be easy to find a bed in one of the best places to stay in Wales, here are our suggestions.

The best places to stay in Wales

In Cardiff

  • Holm House occupies a tranquil spot on top of the Penarth Cliffs, overlooking the stunning Welsh coastline so you’ll feel a bit seaside-y on your city break. As well as 12 individually designed and decorated rooms, Holm House has a luxurious spa and a fine dining restaurant.
  • Cathedral 73 is a beautifully renovated Victorian townhouse in one of Cardiff’s smartest neighbourhoods. The nine rooms are elegantly furnished, bright and airy and the bathrooms are enormous. The indulgent breakfasts will set you up for the day’s sightseeing as you’re close to many of the main attractions.
  • St David's Hotel & Spa is a large hotel right on Cardiff Bay with a wonderful waterside restaurant, a luxurious spa and stylish decor throughout.
  • The Hotel One Hundred is a family owned B&B with seven rooms in the heart of the city. Clean, simple rooms and a complimentary breakfast for around £50 per night make this a great value option.

For Snowdonia National Park

  • Seoint Manor Hotel, set in an 18th century country house amidst 150 acres of grounds, provides stylish and tasteful accommodation. You'll love their 2 AA Rosette awarded Llwyn y Brain dining room! Plus, you're right on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.
  • Pen-Y-Gwryd is a historic mountaineer's hotel in the heart of Snowdonia. It offers cosy and unfussy rooms right by the mountains - perfect for hiking holidays.
  • The Slate Shed was originally a Victorian slate cutting mill that has been converted into a cycle and pet friendly B&B in the heart of Snowdonia. Eclectic interior furnishings and truly breathtaking views!
  • Palé Hall is set in a historic Victorian manor house next to Snowdonia. With elegantly traditional interiors and gorgeous surroundings, this is a top-notch country stay.
  • Y Meirionnydd is a quaint stay located in Snowdonia with Coed-y-Brenin's fantastic mountain biking just 8 miles away. Homely rooms and an atmospheric cellar restaurant with exposed stone walls and church pew seats.

For The Brecon Beacons

  • The Felin Fach Griffin is a gastropub with a laid back atmosphere and squashy leather sofas surrounding a warming open fire. Simple, stylish food and country style bedrooms with supremely comfy beds. Just what's required after a day in the hills!
  • Glangrwyney Court is set in a Grade II listed Georgian Mansion by the Black Mountains. This beautiful, five star hotel offers elegantly traditional interiors and sits amongst 33 acres of private parkland.
  • The Cawdor is a lovely spot in the village of Llandeilo, offering great value rooms mixing original features - think high ceilings and wooden beams - with contemporary touches. Wholesome, typically Welsh grub served up at the restaurant.

For the Coastline

  • The Restaurant James Sommerin is a gorgeous, Michelin-starred restaurant with nine boutique-style rooms. The setting is idyllic in Penarth, right on the waterfront, and you’re close to Cardiff.
  • Patricks With Rooms is located just a short distance from the beach and offers views across Mumbles Bay. With contemporary rooms featuring a red and white colour scheme as well as great British cuisine (specialising in seafood), this is a top family coastal retreat.
  • The Harbourmaster Hotel is located in Aberaeron and has a reputation for great food as well as being perfect for the seaside. The rooms are split between three harbour side buildings and many have stunning views out to sea.
  • Located on the Pembrokeshire coast, St Brides Spa Hotel enjoys a cliff top situation with stunning views. Privately owned, it boasts forty-six contemporary styled bedrooms and top-notch spa offering various marine therapies and an infinity pool with sea views.
  • The Penrhiw Hotel is a luxurious seven room bolthole on the southwest tip of Wales with chic and fashionable accommodation. It's ideally located to head off hiking through the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

For A Romantic Escape

  • Close to Snowdonia National Park, the wonderfully Gothic Chateau Rhianfa, inspired by the castles of the Loire Valley, offers bedrooms in a traditional style but with contemporary furnishings - as well as three self-catering cottages. Come back after a long day hiking and enjoy a good book in their elegant sitting rooms.
  • Plas Bodegroes is set in a Georgian Manor on the Lleyn Peninsula, a stunning area of natural beauty. Offering understated country-chic rooms and a Michelin-starred restaurant, this is a lovely country escape.
  • The Georgian Brooks Country House expertly blends original features with contemporary touches to provide beautiful accommodation. With a sauna and top-notch food.

Perfect for Walkers

  • Llwyndu Farmhouse enjoys a wonderful location overlooking Cardigan Bay at the foot of the Rhinog mountains. Offering comfortable and cosy accommodation, this B&B is a great spot for avid walkers.
  • Ael y Bryn offers comfortable cream coloured accommodation and extensive gardens. Set in Snowdonia, there are a number of surrounding walking trails to explore whilst Royal St David's Golf Course is just a short distance away.
  • The Wye Valley’s Tudor Farmhouse offers chic accommodation in serene countryside surroundings. The Michelin noted restaurant serves up quintessentially British classics - ideal to come back to after a day out hiking.
  • King Arthur Hotel is situated beneath Cefn Bryn, the Gower Peninsula's highest point. Boasting nineteen unfussy yet chic rooms, there's also delicious home cooked food served up and a cosy log fire by which to enjoy a good book.
  • The New White Lion is an intimate six room hotel in the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains. Boasting tasteful accommodation with log burning fires, there's also a lovely restaurant and huge breakfasts to set you up for the day.

For a Rural Retreat

  • Bryn Mair House is set in a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in the market town of Dolgellau, a short distance from Snowdonia. This intimate 3 bedroom spot offers unfussy accommodation in a great location to get out and about enjoying the countryside.
  • The Kinmel Arms boasts lovely rooms with an Alpine-chalet feel, but the main attraction's definitely the wonderful food. Spend your days hiking around the coast before relaxing with a tipple by the fireplace.
  • The West Arms Hotel is a 16th century inn located in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains. It offers cosy bedrooms with original features and antiques. There are nearby golf clubs and wonderful walking trails to be explored.
  • Manorhaus Llangollen boasts artsy rooms featuring plenty of black and white, whilst the bathrooms have private hot tubs and there's even one on the roof. With the Dee Valley on your doorstep, there's no excuse not to go on a number of wonderful hikes.
  • Gliffaes Hotel is the perfect country escape,enjoying a lovely rural setting overlooking the River Usk. Offering large, classically decorated rooms, you'll love the ever-changing menu and beautiful grounds.
  • The Grove is a beautifully restored manor farmhouse just outside Narbeth in West Wales. There are twelve bedrooms which are simply perfect, plus extra accommodation in an adjoining cottage and longhouse. Food too is outstanding here and if you book a self catering cottage you're positively encouraged to raid the vegetable garden.

Great for Families

  • The Hotel Portmeirion & Castell Deudraeth enjoys a terrific setting, right by the coast (with a beach area out front) and Snowdonia National Park to the other side. Come back after a day out hiking and go for a refreshing dip in the pool.
  • The Bell at Skenfrith is an old coaching inn featuring charming, cosy accommodation in the peaceful countryside (there's no phone signal!). A relaxed, family-friendly getaway.

For an apartment or cottage

  • If you’d prefer to stay in an apartment or private cottage we recommend you visit our online partner Booking.com.

Travel Information

  • Cardiff Airport is directly linked to around 50 destinations, including all the main airline hubs, but it’s also a fairly short distance from Heathrow - only three hours by road. Alternatively there are good rail links to many Welsh destinations from continental Europe and the rest of the UK, and you can cross to and from Ireland on the ferry, which takes under two hours from Dublin.
  • If you want to hire a car - which we highly recommend if you’re staying in Wales - we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.
  • Spring is beautiful in Wales. If you enjoy a stroll, be it around a castle grounds, up a mountain or along a rocky peninsula, then the mild, dry weather of spring is a good time for it. Plus there are lambs and birdsong. Summer in Wales is also appealing, what with the golden beaches looking almost as good as the Med. under the summer sun. Autumn is great for walkers, with the colours adding to Wales’s dramatic views and welcoming pub lunches to come in for. Plus the castles are at their most moody and dramatic looking too. In winter you might need to walk more briskly, or up higher mountains, to keep you warm, but there’s always a welcoming fire burning somewhere and plenty of colourful Christmasy events to keep you in good cheer.

Still not sure?

    See all » 19 hotels in Gwynedd

    • Y Meirionnydd 5 rooms from $116

      Dolgellau

      A quaint option at the heart of Snowdonia National Park. A former country jail now beautifully renovated. Rooms feature exposed stone walls, crisp white linen and comfortable beds. The intimate restaurant serves hearty food and there's a cosy bar. An ideal spot to return to after a day outdoors.

      Hideaway  -  A perfect retreat from everyday life- a charming country hotel with a cosy bar, fantastic restaurant and chic rooms.
      Great walks  -  Bring your walking boots and head out on the Mawddach trail with a lunch packed by the hotel.
      Sights nearby  -  The area is dotted with ancient castles and areas of interest, ask your hosts to guide you.
      Restrictions on children  -  Adults only
      Recommended by  -  Sawdays
      Check prices
    • Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel 16 rooms from $117

      Gwynedd

      An historic mountaineer's hotel offering characterful service, right under Snowdonia. Delightfully eccentric climbing inn with a range of comfortable sleeping options. With a hearty breakfast to start the day and a lively dinner upon your return!

      Hideaway  -  A hidden gem in this spectacular stretch of countryside, lose yourself amongst the picturesque hills and lakes.
      Great walks  -  Situated in the heart of Snowdonia this area boasts some of the finest walking in the British Isles.
      Swimming Pool  -  Natural unheated 60-metre swimming pool
      Full of character
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Hotel Website

    See all » 18 hotels in Pembrokeshire

    • Hammet House 14 rooms from $156

      Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

      Luxury boltholt with great food close to Cardigan

      Romantic  -  Good for couples.
      Check prices
    • Twr y Felin Hotel 21 rooms from $274

      St Davids (Tyddewi)

      A wonderful hotel overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast. Set in a restored 19th century windmill, the hotel's design is chic and contemporary. The rooms are sleek and urbane with metallic colour schemes. Local and international modern art pervades throughout this stylish coastal retreat.

      Honeymoons  -  This elegant and extraordinary hotel boasts a two floored circular windmill suite- perfect for a honeymoon to remember.
      Birdwatching  -  Make the most of the great sea birdwatching along the Pembrokeshire coast.
      Sights nearby  -  Roch Castle is only four miles away and well worth checking out.
      Great walks  -  There are ample walks along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
      Recommended by  -  Johansens
      Check prices

    See all » 8 hotels in Conwy

    • Osborne House Hotel 6 rooms from $163

      Llandudno, Conwy

      Victorian townhouse now 5* boutique on the Llandudno's seafront. The listed building houses antiques and fine art works in all rooms. Suites are comfortable with sea views. Continental breakfast to start the day, lunch and dinner at the casual cafe. A beautiful find in the Welsh countryside.

      Local exploring  -  Whether your interest lies at land or sea Osborne House is the perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the country.
      Value chic  -  Lavish old world feel without the prohibative price tag- think marble fireplaces, fluted pillars and antique furnishings.
      Swimming Pool  -  Indoor pool at the Empire Hotel is avaliable to guests at Osborne House.
      Sights nearby  -  The worlds largest Bronze Age Copper Mine are located in the Great Orme
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Hotel Website
    • Bodysgallen Hall & Spa 22 rooms from $207

      Conwy

      Dating back to the 13th Century, Bodysgallen Hall & Spa lies in beautiful formal gardens and features 15 bedrooms in the main house, Principal Suites, and 16 delightful cottage suites in the grounds. The hotel is ideally placed for local historic castles, golf courses and the coast of North Wales.

      Historic  -  The oldest part of the house is a five storey tower, probably dating from the late 13th century
      Birdwatching  -  The local RSPB Nature Reserve on the Conwy Estuary is a must for birdwatchers
      Great walks  -  2 miles from Llandudno, a perfectly preserved Victorian Seaside resort.
      Local markets  -  2 miles from the medieval town of Conwy.
      Check prices

    See all » 7 hotels in Carmarthenshire

    • The Cawdor 23 rooms from $85

      Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

      A landmark building in the lovely village of Llandeilo. Large rooms mix contemporary design with a traditional feel. High ceilings with criss-crossing wooden beams. The large bar sells regional drinks and the restaurant serves up wholesome welsh food. An ideal base for exploring Wales.

      Country Escape  -  A cosy hotel with plenty of walking opportunities from the Brecon Beacon National Park to Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay.
      Great walks  -  Just outside the town find yourself in stunning countryside with endless walking options.
      Sights nearby  -  Nearby attractions include the medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen castles.
      Traditional
      Check prices
    • The New White Lion 6 rooms from $156

      Dyfed, Carmarthenshire

      For walkers and artists, and all those who love the great outdoors, The New White Lion in the Breacon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains is a wonderful retreat. After a day in dramatic scenery sleep and eat in the greatest of comfort. Cosy log burning fires, lavish rooms, hot baths and huge breakfasts.

      Sitting Room  -  Come back to homemade scones and jam in front of a blazing fire
      Local exploring  -  Stunning scenery and exciting and dramatic mountain biking
      Bar  -  Honesty bar, the hotel is very relaxed and welcoming
      Restaurant  -  Recommended.
      Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
      Check prices

    See all » 5 hotels in Cardiff

    • Restaurant James Sommerin 9 rooms from $195

      Cardiff (Penarth)

      Restaurant James Sommerin enjoys an idyllic coastal setting in Penarth. The main draw is obviously the fabulous Michelin-starred food, but the nine boutique rooms are lovely in their own right. Some boast stunning Severn Estuary views and all are contemporary and bright. Foodie heaven!

      Local exploring  -  Located just 15 minutes away from the centre of Cardiff
      Sights nearby  -  Take a tour of Cardiff Castle, St David's Hall or go visit the Principality Stadium
      Great walks  -  Wander along the coast at sunset and marvel at the stunning views
      Views  -  Stunning views over the Severn Estuary
      Check prices
    • Hotel One Hundred 7 rooms from $63

      Cardiff

      Hotel One Hundred is a family owned and managed bed and breakfast in Cardiff City Centre. The hotel has seven clean, simple, fully en-suite bedrooms and offer a continental breakfast each morning. Great value just a short walk from all of the shops and attractions of Cardiff city centre.

      Learning  -  Ideal for guests visiting Cardiff University, Cardiff Sixth Form College, Cardiff School of Engineering.
      Sights nearby  -  The Millennium Stadium, The National Museum Of Wales
      Close to nightlife  -  In close proximity to Cardiff city centre
      Other Activities  -  Caerphilly Castle, Cardiff Castle
      Check prices

    See all » 4 hotels in Ceredigion

    • Penbontbren 5 rooms from 70

      Ceredigion

      Penbontbren is a charming, luxury Bed and Breakfast nestled in 32 acres of grounds, surrounded by Welsh countryside and only 2 miles from wonderful national trust beaches. Beaming with character, this old Welsh farm has spacious private suites and substantial Welsh breakfasts!

      Local markets  -  Local Cardigan is a very busy market town in Ceredigion with medieval castle.
      Art Classes  -  Nearby Studio Llwyndrain is a unique facility in Wales for art courses
      Great walks  -  Tresaith is a coastal village nearby, linked to a coastal path.
      Sights nearby  -  Aberglasney House features one of the finest gardens in Wales.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
      Check prices
    • Gwesty Cymru 8 rooms from $117

      Aberystwyth

      A boutique seaside hotel with a strong sense of Welsh identity and impressive sea views. Traditional stone walls sit alongside contemporary fittings. A laid backed restaurant serves up excellent local food. Perfectly situated to make the most of this corner of Wales.

      Local exploring  -  Chic hotel with local flare- Welsh handmade oak furniture, Welsh slate accents and bedrooms adorned with local oil paintings.
      Sights nearby  -  Visit Aberystwyth’s 12th Century Castle, steeped in local history and folk lore.
      Great walks  -  Walk along the Wales Coastal Path to the sandy dunes of Ynyslas.
      Sailing  -  Take a boat trip from New Quay for some dolphin spotting.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
      Check prices

    See all » 4 hotels in Monmouthshire

    • The Angel Hotel 35 rooms from $145

      Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

      The family run Angel Hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny offers stylish, well decorated rooms, fine dining and a fantastic base on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. A lovely wedding venue with private Castle Cottage and a 10min drive from partner Michelin-starred restaurant the Walnut Tree.

      Cycling  -  Cyclists are well catered for in both Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
      Other Activities  -  Dozens of local gardens open as part of the National Garden Scheme.
      Sights nearby  -  Spend a whole day in Blaenavon World Heritage Site
      Great walks  -  On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Check prices
    • Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms 8 rooms from $290

      Nr Monmouth, Monmouthshire

      Refined Michelin starred restaurant with rooms set in peaceful Welsh valley. Modern rooms with large comfortable beds and luxury bathrooms. Friendly service, understated setting and exceptional cuisine often using locally foraged produce. A real culinary treat.

      Foodies  -  A phenomanal Michelin starred restaurant serving up locally sourced seasonal produce, crafted to technical perfection.
      Local exploring  -  Ideal base for exploring Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. As well as local rambling through the woods.
      Great walks  -  Pack some wellies and walk directly from the hotel through St Margarets Wood.
      Sights nearby  -  Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle are nearby, and worth checking out.
      Recommended by  -  Sawdays
      Check prices

    See all » 19 hotels in Gwynedd

    • Y Meirionnydd 5 rooms from $116

      Dolgellau

      A quaint option at the heart of Snowdonia National Park. A former country jail now beautifully renovated. Rooms feature exposed stone walls, crisp white linen and comfortable beds. The intimate restaurant serves hearty food and there's a cosy bar. An ideal spot to return to after a day outdoors.

      Hideaway  -  A perfect retreat from everyday life- a charming country hotel with a cosy bar, fantastic restaurant and chic rooms.
      Great walks  -  Bring your walking boots and head out on the Mawddach trail with a lunch packed by the hotel.
      Sights nearby  -  The area is dotted with ancient castles and areas of interest, ask your hosts to guide you.
      Restrictions on children  -  Adults only
      Recommended by  -  Sawdays
      Check prices
    • Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel 16 rooms from $117

      Gwynedd

      An historic mountaineer's hotel offering characterful service, right under Snowdonia. Delightfully eccentric climbing inn with a range of comfortable sleeping options. With a hearty breakfast to start the day and a lively dinner upon your return!

      Hideaway  -  A hidden gem in this spectacular stretch of countryside, lose yourself amongst the picturesque hills and lakes.
      Great walks  -  Situated in the heart of Snowdonia this area boasts some of the finest walking in the British Isles.
      Swimming Pool  -  Natural unheated 60-metre swimming pool
      Full of character
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Hotel Website

    See all » 18 hotels in Pembrokeshire

    • Hammet House 14 rooms from $156

      Cardigan, Pembrokeshire

      Luxury boltholt with great food close to Cardigan

      Romantic  -  Good for couples.
      Check prices
    • Twr y Felin Hotel 21 rooms from $274

      St Davids (Tyddewi)

      A wonderful hotel overlooking the Pembrokeshire coast. Set in a restored 19th century windmill, the hotel's design is chic and contemporary. The rooms are sleek and urbane with metallic colour schemes. Local and international modern art pervades throughout this stylish coastal retreat.

      Honeymoons  -  This elegant and extraordinary hotel boasts a two floored circular windmill suite- perfect for a honeymoon to remember.
      Birdwatching  -  Make the most of the great sea birdwatching along the Pembrokeshire coast.
      Sights nearby  -  Roch Castle is only four miles away and well worth checking out.
      Great walks  -  There are ample walks along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
      Recommended by  -  Johansens
      Check prices

    See all » 8 hotels in Conwy

    • Osborne House Hotel 6 rooms from $163

      Llandudno, Conwy

      Victorian townhouse now 5* boutique on the Llandudno's seafront. The listed building houses antiques and fine art works in all rooms. Suites are comfortable with sea views. Continental breakfast to start the day, lunch and dinner at the casual cafe. A beautiful find in the Welsh countryside.

      Local exploring  -  Whether your interest lies at land or sea Osborne House is the perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the country.
      Value chic  -  Lavish old world feel without the prohibative price tag- think marble fireplaces, fluted pillars and antique furnishings.
      Swimming Pool  -  Indoor pool at the Empire Hotel is avaliable to guests at Osborne House.
      Sights nearby  -  The worlds largest Bronze Age Copper Mine are located in the Great Orme
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Hotel Website
    • Bodysgallen Hall & Spa 22 rooms from $207

      Conwy

      Dating back to the 13th Century, Bodysgallen Hall & Spa lies in beautiful formal gardens and features 15 bedrooms in the main house, Principal Suites, and 16 delightful cottage suites in the grounds. The hotel is ideally placed for local historic castles, golf courses and the coast of North Wales.

      Historic  -  The oldest part of the house is a five storey tower, probably dating from the late 13th century
      Birdwatching  -  The local RSPB Nature Reserve on the Conwy Estuary is a must for birdwatchers
      Great walks  -  2 miles from Llandudno, a perfectly preserved Victorian Seaside resort.
      Local markets  -  2 miles from the medieval town of Conwy.
      Check prices

    See all » 7 hotels in Carmarthenshire

    • The Cawdor 23 rooms from $85

      Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

      A landmark building in the lovely village of Llandeilo. Large rooms mix contemporary design with a traditional feel. High ceilings with criss-crossing wooden beams. The large bar sells regional drinks and the restaurant serves up wholesome welsh food. An ideal base for exploring Wales.

      Country Escape  -  A cosy hotel with plenty of walking opportunities from the Brecon Beacon National Park to Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay.
      Great walks  -  Just outside the town find yourself in stunning countryside with endless walking options.
      Sights nearby  -  Nearby attractions include the medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen castles.
      Traditional
      Check prices
    • The New White Lion 6 rooms from $156

      Dyfed, Carmarthenshire

      For walkers and artists, and all those who love the great outdoors, The New White Lion in the Breacon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains is a wonderful retreat. After a day in dramatic scenery sleep and eat in the greatest of comfort. Cosy log burning fires, lavish rooms, hot baths and huge breakfasts.

      Sitting Room  -  Come back to homemade scones and jam in front of a blazing fire
      Local exploring  -  Stunning scenery and exciting and dramatic mountain biking
      Bar  -  Honesty bar, the hotel is very relaxed and welcoming
      Restaurant  -  Recommended.
      Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
      Check prices

    See all » 5 hotels in Cardiff

    • Restaurant James Sommerin 9 rooms from $195

      Cardiff (Penarth)

      Restaurant James Sommerin enjoys an idyllic coastal setting in Penarth. The main draw is obviously the fabulous Michelin-starred food, but the nine boutique rooms are lovely in their own right. Some boast stunning Severn Estuary views and all are contemporary and bright. Foodie heaven!

      Local exploring  -  Located just 15 minutes away from the centre of Cardiff
      Sights nearby  -  Take a tour of Cardiff Castle, St David's Hall or go visit the Principality Stadium
      Great walks  -  Wander along the coast at sunset and marvel at the stunning views
      Views  -  Stunning views over the Severn Estuary
      Check prices
    • Hotel One Hundred 7 rooms from $63

      Cardiff

      Hotel One Hundred is a family owned and managed bed and breakfast in Cardiff City Centre. The hotel has seven clean, simple, fully en-suite bedrooms and offer a continental breakfast each morning. Great value just a short walk from all of the shops and attractions of Cardiff city centre.

      Learning  -  Ideal for guests visiting Cardiff University, Cardiff Sixth Form College, Cardiff School of Engineering.
      Sights nearby  -  The Millennium Stadium, The National Museum Of Wales
      Close to nightlife  -  In close proximity to Cardiff city centre
      Other Activities  -  Caerphilly Castle, Cardiff Castle
      Check prices

    See all » 4 hotels in Ceredigion

    • Penbontbren 5 rooms from 70

      Ceredigion

      Penbontbren is a charming, luxury Bed and Breakfast nestled in 32 acres of grounds, surrounded by Welsh countryside and only 2 miles from wonderful national trust beaches. Beaming with character, this old Welsh farm has spacious private suites and substantial Welsh breakfasts!

      Local markets  -  Local Cardigan is a very busy market town in Ceredigion with medieval castle.
      Art Classes  -  Nearby Studio Llwyndrain is a unique facility in Wales for art courses
      Great walks  -  Tresaith is a coastal village nearby, linked to a coastal path.
      Sights nearby  -  Aberglasney House features one of the finest gardens in Wales.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
      Check prices
    • Gwesty Cymru 8 rooms from $117

      Aberystwyth

      A boutique seaside hotel with a strong sense of Welsh identity and impressive sea views. Traditional stone walls sit alongside contemporary fittings. A laid backed restaurant serves up excellent local food. Perfectly situated to make the most of this corner of Wales.

      Local exploring  -  Chic hotel with local flare- Welsh handmade oak furniture, Welsh slate accents and bedrooms adorned with local oil paintings.
      Sights nearby  -  Visit Aberystwyth’s 12th Century Castle, steeped in local history and folk lore.
      Great walks  -  Walk along the Wales Coastal Path to the sandy dunes of Ynyslas.
      Sailing  -  Take a boat trip from New Quay for some dolphin spotting.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
      Check prices

    See all » 4 hotels in Monmouthshire

    • The Angel Hotel 35 rooms from $145

      Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

      The family run Angel Hotel, located in the centre of Abergavenny offers stylish, well decorated rooms, fine dining and a fantastic base on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. A lovely wedding venue with private Castle Cottage and a 10min drive from partner Michelin-starred restaurant the Walnut Tree.

      Cycling  -  Cyclists are well catered for in both Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
      Other Activities  -  Dozens of local gardens open as part of the National Garden Scheme.
      Sights nearby  -  Spend a whole day in Blaenavon World Heritage Site
      Great walks  -  On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
      Recommended by  -  Good Hotel Guide
      Check prices
    • Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms 8 rooms from $290

      Nr Monmouth, Monmouthshire

      Refined Michelin starred restaurant with rooms set in peaceful Welsh valley. Modern rooms with large comfortable beds and luxury bathrooms. Friendly service, understated setting and exceptional cuisine often using locally foraged produce. A real culinary treat.

      Foodies  -  A phenomanal Michelin starred restaurant serving up locally sourced seasonal produce, crafted to technical perfection.
      Local exploring  -  Ideal base for exploring Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. As well as local rambling through the woods.
      Great walks  -  Pack some wellies and walk directly from the hotel through St Margarets Wood.
      Sights nearby  -  Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle are nearby, and worth checking out.
      Recommended by  -  Sawdays
      Check prices