With Wales in Style, you can find those special places to stay in Wales - from romantic weekend breaks to full blown family holidays.
This stylishly simple boutique property demonstrates that the marriage of Grade II listing and contemporary flair takes some beating.
A true historic house with historic gardens too; owned by the National Trust. Immaculate in all ways- luxurious, stylish and supremely comfortable, with accomplished cuisine. Magnificent health and fitness spa with pool.
MorphPOD at Brandy House Farm is the perfect choice. A camper’s breakfast can even be brought to MorphPOD’s stable door for you to enjoy under the canopied veranda. This is a high quality camping experience.
The Britannia is a popular waterside hostelry that still bears the hallmarks of its ancestry as a 17th-century coaching inn.
This place has it all. Space, Indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Games room and a stunning location in North Wales close to Snowdonia National Park and Chester.
We’ve seen some amazing views, but Brynteifi’ s uninterrupted panoramic sea views from your very own hot tub demand a second and third look.
Romance drips from the ancient woodland surrounding Mill Cottage. Falling asleep to the gentle lullaby of the River Wye, eating breakfast in the dappled shade to the birdsong soundtrack, and reading a novel as the fire crackles are one of life’s forgotten pleasures. Time stands still here; the only constant is the relaxing burble of the gently flowing waterfall literally a stone’s throw from your front door.
Do you want country or coast, the popular Victorian mountain resort of Betws-y-Coed or the classic seaside charm of Llandudno? The advantage with this cottage, located in the Conwy Valley, is that you can have both.
A luxury small mansion that redefines the concept of guest house. An in spired restoration has created warm, super-comfortable accommodation with all the features of a top hotel. Interesting hosts – and exceptional food.
Everyone has dreamt of staying in an ancient castle, and this one covers off everything you dreamt of, and more. Wales boasts hundreds of castles, but this one is unique in offering a range of differing styles of special places to stay, complete with turrets standing guard over the River Teifi! It has almost a thousand years of history to investigate, and yet the dedicated CADWGAN Building Preservation Trust has brought it kicking and screaming into the 21ts century after a painstaking multi-million pound bricks and mortar restoration. Cardigan Castle provides its lucky guests with an immersive experience, and creates memories to cherish. During the painstaking 4 year rebuild archeologists unearthed 9,500 timeless pieces that make the historical jigsaw come to life, and they can be seen in the Castle’s own exhibitions.