Holiday Accommodation in Wales
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Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Located in a converted Victorian Railway Hotel in Abergavenny, the BlackSheep Backpackers offers a clean, friendly and fun place to stay. We have a mix of twin, quad, and dorm rooms, some with en-suite bathrooms.
Llandudno, Conwy, Wales
The Royal Hotel, located in the Beautiful Victorian town of Llandudno, North Wales, where dramatic coastlines meet with some of the highest mountains in Wales and the stunning sandy beaches mingle with one of the greatest National Parks in the UK. The Royal Hotel is an elegant hotel retaining much of its original Victorian charm, combined with modern facilities, excellent food, and well equipped, comfortable accommodation.
Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales
The Black Boy Inn (a listed building circa 1522) is situated within the historic town walls of the Royal borough of Caernarfon, a market town with an open air market every Saturday (also Mondays in Summer) and is a world heritage site with both Roman and Edwardian history. The Inn is within easy walking distance to the town centre, and the famous 13th Century Castle.
Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales
This Charming Georgian house; set within picturesque gardens; is found in the village of Crossgates; just north of Llandrindod Wells. The individually furnished bedrooms are all specious and bright and include a ground floor room for their less active guests. All rooms have comfy beds; huge fluffy bath towels; soft bath robes and quality toiletries. New for 2008 is the Coach House suite with it’s super-king double bed and Spa bath. Good food is essential to any holiday or short break and here at Guidfa House; the imaginative dinners are prepared by Cordon Bleu trained Anne who uses fresh local produce in a combination of new and traditional recipes.Attractions: You will find a nice array of out-door activities for people who enjoy; cycling; pony trekking; hang-gliding; bird-watching or go for a enjoyable walks viewing the lovely scenery views; and sites to take in. You could also pay a visit to the RSPB Red Kite feeding station; or check-out the local rally schools available; where you can test out your off-road driving skills. All in All; this would be an ideal chilled or activity break for anyone.Location: Set as it is; in the very heart of Wales; Guidfa House is an excellent base for touring the wonderful local countryside which includes the Elan Valley; the Radnor and Hafran Forests; the Brecon Beacons and the Welsh Borderlands. Guidfa House is easy to find situated in the centre of the village of Crossgates. Please Note: Non-smoking; No Children under the age of 10yrs; Parking on the drive available; No pets permitted anywhere on the premises and Check-in time: 14:00 Check-out time: 10:00
Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales
"Cartref Guest House is located within the ancient town walls of spectacular Caernarfon Castle. A delightful 18th Century town house built by a Scottish Baronet; it retains many of its original features including some very special carved; Welsh slate fireplaces with magnificent cast iron inserts.The town centre; shops and restaurants are just 2 minutes away and there are numerous museums; galleries and theatres within easy reach. The countryside of Snowdonia is also close by for walking; cycling; sailing; outdoor pursuits; amazing beaches and rock pools and golf set amongst dramatic scenery. Also the guest house is just two minutes walk from the banks of the picturesque Menai Straight; opposite the Isle of Anglesey. Cartref prides itself on the relaxation and the quality of service offered to guests. It takes pride in providing food to savour; in an unhurried and comfortable space and is keen to emulate the ‘slow city movement’ of Italy: ‘We are enslaved by speed and have all succumbed to the same insidious virus: Fast Life; which disrupts our habits; invades the privacy of our homes; and forces us to eat fast foods"" Carlo Petrini. "