Inns & Hotels

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Blackthorn Farm is an award-winning family-run Bed & Breakfast, Camping and Touring site. Situated in an idyllic spot on peaceful Holy Island in North Wales, it is set in 18 acres of outstanding unspoilt beauty with panoramic views encompassing the Irish Sea, the mountains of Snowdonia, and the breathtaking coastal views of the Isle of Anglesey. Within walking distance of Blackthorn Farm is a beautiful local beach and peaceful coastal trails where you can may even be able to catch a glimpse of some of the local wildlife. Within a few minutes’ drive is the famous South Stack Lighthouse as well as the town of Holyhead, which offers rail connections to the rest of North Wales, and high speed ferry services to Ireland.

Boasting well appointed en-suite guest rooms, The Bryntirion Inn is the ideal place to stop over when visiting this picturesque Dee Valley region of North Wales, just four miles from Lake Bala. Dating back to 1695, ‘The Bryn’ serves real ales (including those local to the immediate area!), provides an impressive list of wines, and a food menu designed to tantalise the taste buds of everyone – including vegetarians and children.
Tel01678 530205

The Ceridwen Centre is a multi-award winning eco-sensitive holiday, educational course, retreat, event and wedding venue, located on a 40 acre Organic farm in the Teifi Valley in West Wales. We can accommodate over 60 people in a variety of comfortable unique spaces, all restored, upcycled or made by our local onsite team. Ceridwen has unique overnight accommodation options including a converted smithy, yurts, double decker bus, eco pod, traditional and modern B&B rooms, a static caravan, a restored and original 1890’s Romany caravan, plus camping and caravan spaces. Set in a beautiful location 15 miles from some fantastic beaches, Ceridwen has a licensed bar and shop. The venue runs regular pizza nights from the wood-fired pizza wagon, along with open-mic nights, and fantastic monthly Sunday lunches. There are also plenty of other events throughout the year, and Ceridwen is a wedding venue.

Located in the village of Dolwyddelan, near Betws-y-Coed, Elen's Castle Hotel was named after the daughter of Prince Llywelyn the Great. Lying within the Snowdonia National Park, the hotel offers friendly accommodation along with fantastic dining in its restaurant, which serves tasty, home-prepared nosh, including gluten-free and vegetarian options, as well as a kids’ menu. Occupying a beautiful, historic building, Elen’s Castle offers modern, eco-friendly hotel accommodation that includes use of charging points for guests with electric vehicles.
Tel: 01690 750207  Web:

Highly acclaimed contemporary boutique bed and breakfast hotel in Llandudno, offering exclusive, stylish and luxurious accommodation in a unique Victorian villa.
Tel: 01492 877776  Web:

Gregynog Hall has been famed for centuries for its hospitality. Now, a conference, meeting and wedding venue located in Grade I-listed gardens and woodland, with a courtyard cafe and shop, the hall hosts special events throughout the year (for details see website).

Extensively refurbished inn located in the historic village of Kilpeck in the heart of rural Herefordshire. We offer a warm welcome, friendly service and top-quality food sourced from local suppliers. Come and sit by the fireside and enjoy a pint of local ale, have a delicious meal in the bar or in our restaurant, or stay the night in one of our luxurious en-suite bedrooms. Recently named in The Daily Telegraph as one of the "10 perfect country pubs with rooms in England and Wales”. The Kilpeck Inn, Kilpeck, Herefordshire HR2 9DN.
Tel: 01981 570464  Web:

Set in stunning surroundings in the picturesque village of Leintwardine, a short distance from Ludlow in Shropshire, this quiet country inn with bars, restaurant and rooms is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a drink or dinner. The atmosphere is friendly and informal – our aim is to make our guests feel comfortable and at home, whilst enjoying our selection of drinks, local real ales and seasonal freshly cooked food, which is prepared using only the best local ingredients.
Tel: 01547 540203  Web:

Renowned for its atmosphere of peace and tranquility, Steeple View is situated in a quiet location in the heart of Newport, Pembrokeshire. A former sea captain’s house, the retreat is a fantastic place to rest and relax, and has been refurbished to the highest standards, harmoniously fusing original period charm with tasteful modern facilities.
Tel: 01239 821553/07940 663362  Web:

Stylish hotel with lovely seaside views, located a 15-minute walk from the centre of Prestatyn, Denbighshire. Inside, the hotel has both a bar and restaurant areas, which serve a seasonal menu of delicious dishes, and a leisure centre with gym, swimming pool, sauna and steam room. There are 69 bedrooms and suites to choose from, set across three floors with lift access throughout.
Tel: 01745 853072 Web:

The Fountain Inn is a traditional pub located just outside Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire. Open all day, every day serving lunch 12.00pm-14.00pm and evening meals 18.30-21.00pm. Bed and Breakfast accommodation and function room available.
Tel: 01584 810701  Web:

Guests are guaranteed a warm welcome at The Mulberry Inn, located in the quiet setting of Llwynmawr village in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley – only five scenic miles from the A5 between Wrexham and Llangollen, and tucked in the valley beyond the border town of Chirk. A ‘once discovered, never forgotten’ place to stay – The Mulberry Inn is a delightful country inn where the warmth and friendliness of the very enthusiastic team is always apparent.
Tel: 01691 718281  Web:

A country inn, offering dining and accommodation, The Riverside at Aymestrey is situated deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside just on the southern edge of the Mortimer Forest, yet still close to Ludlow and Hereford. Authentic and atmospheric, the 16th-century black-and-white building is surrounded by the natural beauty of the River Lugg valley. A small and lovely village with lovely people completes the setting. Hopefully we’ll surprise you with our food: classic flavours in a country style with original touches that make quite a difference, cooked by Andy and his team.
Tel: 01568 708440  Web:

Located in beautiful Aberdyfi, Gwynedd, The Trefeddian Hotel has elegant and spacious lounges overlooking the seas, which provide the perfect retreat for all the family, and offers something for everyone. Facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool and spa bath, a nine-hole putting green, tennis court, snooker room, beauty salon, indoor and outdoor play areas, and sun terraces. The hotel also offers morning coffee, bar snacks, sandwiches and traditional afternoon tea in its cosy sea view lounges. Meanwhile the dining room offers great value lunches Monday to Saturday, and a delicious three-course traditional Sunday lunch.
Tel: 01654 767213.  Web:

Centuries of providing warmth and hospitality to travellers are part of the fabric of the West Arms in Llanarmon DC, Wrexham. Low ceilings, natural slate floors and roaring inglenook fires create the perfect ambience in which to enjoy the delicious food prepared by award winning chef Grant Williams. Seasonal dishes lovingly prepared using fresh local produce can be enjoyed in the award winning restaurant, or amidst the laid back comfort of the bar.
Tel: 01691 600665  Web:

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