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10 of the best: sea-view hotels




by Webmaster, 30th March 2018

If you’re going to escape to the coast for a break, you’ll be in need of a room with an inspiring view. Try our 10 of the best...

1. VICTORIAN CHARM IN CONWY
With a prominent position on Llandudno promenade at the heart of the resort, it’s no surprise The Imperial Hotel is a venue that comes with some serious outlook credentials. This four-star hotel enjoys picturesque views across Llandudno Bay and over the impressive Great Orme and Little Orme headlands. Delicious food, stylish rooms and good fitness facilities complete this coastal venue’s charm. The Imperial Hotel, Vaughan Street, The Promenade, Llandudno LL30 1AP. Tel: 01492 877466. www.theimperial.co.uk

2. TAKE A DIP IN CARDIGAN BAY
Perfectly positioned between the striking mountains of Snowdonia and the Cambrian coast, just outside the pretty seaside village of Aberdyfi, the Trefeddian Hotel is a getaway with views to match its idyllic position. The Trefeddian enjoys panoramic sea vistas and, particularly noteworthy, you can take a dip in the hotel’s swimming pool while looking out across Cardigan Bay. There are 59 hotel rooms, along with three self-catering units, as well as a tennis court and games room. Trefeddian Hotel, Aberdyfi LL35 0SB. Tel: 01654 767213. www.trefwales.com

3. ON THE COASTAL PATH IN CEREDIGION
Occupying a prime spot on the Ceredigion Coastal Path, The Pentre Arms is an ideal getaway for those after a venue with a view that also offers easy access to a good range of inspiring hikes. The Llangrannog hotel has a choice of rooms, as well as homemade food, a fully stocked bar and regular music nights during the summer months. Pentre Arms Hotel, Llangrannog, Llandysul, Ceredigion SA44 6SP. Tel: 01239 654345. www.pentrearms.co.uk

4. A BOUTIQUE STAY IN CONWY
With a prime seafront position in the popular seaside resort of Llandudno, The Elm Tree Hotel (pictured) serves up some spectacular panoramic views over Llandudno Bay. The boutique-style hotel has 14 well-appointed bedrooms, a lounge and a landscaped outdoor terrace garden that overlooks Llandudno’s iconic pier and promenade. The bar lounge, meanwhile, is the ideal spot to unwind after a busy day at the beach. The Elm Tree Hotel, 24 North Parade, Llandudno, Conwy LL30 2LP. Tel: 01492 339871. www.elmtreehotel.co.uk

5. ON THE STRAIT IN GWYNEDD
The unrivalled position of Eryl Môr Hotel in Bangor gives it awe-inspiring views of Bangor Pier, the Menai Strait, Anglesey, the Great Orme and the surrounding mountains. The en-suite bedrooms have all the expected amenities - and a room with a view can be reserved at no additional cost. Guests can enjoy dinner - a blend of British, French and Mediterranean cuisines - in the hotel’s restaurant or conservatory, before relaxing with a nightcap in one of the two bars. Eryl Môr Hotel, 2 Upper Garth Road, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2SR. Tel: 01248 353789. www.erylmorhotel.co.uk

6. ELEGANCE IN PEMBROKESHIRE
Warpool Court Hotel has a prime position in St Davids, from which it enjoys unspoilt views across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The hotel provides luxurious accommodation, while outside there are impressive Italianate gardens. The hotel has 12 sea-facing rooms, as well as 10 that are country facing, all of which are modern and stylishly furnished. Warpool Court Hotel, St David’s, Pembrokeshire SA62 6BN. Tel: 01437 720300. www.warpoolcourthotel.com

7. GRANDEUR IN CARMARTHENSHIRE
Tucked into a hillside and surveying the coastline, four-star Stradey Park Hotel and Spa in Llanelli is a luxurious retreat. A range of rooms is available, including family rooms and luxury suites. The hotel’s Samphires Restaurant allows guests to enjoy panoramic views over the Gower Peninsula and Carmarthen Bay as they tuck into dishes that feature fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Stradey Park Hotel and Spa, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire SA15 4HA. Tel: 01554 758171. www.stradeyparkhotel.com

8. BED AND BREAKFAST ON ANGLESEY
Looking out over the rugged beauty of Cemaes Bay, Castellor Bed and Breakfast certainly has a calming feel to it, particularly as it’s a venue for grown-ups only. The boutique bed and breakfast occupies a Georgian house and offers just five charming en-suite rooms, all of which are individually decorated and situated on the ground floor. It’s the perfect place to unwind. Castellor Bed and Breakfast, Cemaes Bay, Anglesey LL67 0ND. Tel: 01407 710789. www.cemaesbaybandb.com

9. A HOTEL STAY ON THE LLYN PENINSULA
The Nanhoron Arms Hotel is situated in the historic Welsh town of Nefyn Gwynedd on the picturesque Llyn Peninsula. The hotel is a stone’s throw from the peninsula’s sweeping beaches, offering breathtaking scenery as well as some fantastic walks. The rooms are comfortable and well equipped, and the hotel has two bars and a restaurant that serves hearty dishes that are perfect at the end of a busy day exploring the local area. Nanhoron Arms Hotel, St Davids Road, Nefyn, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 6EA. Tel: 01758 720203. www.nanhoronhotel.com

10. FIVE STARS IN CARDIFF
The Principal St David’s Hotel, Cardiff, makes a bold statement on the city’s waterfront, thanks to its glass-fronted façade, private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel has luxurious bedrooms, a new restaurant and bar, and a spa that provides a range of treatments. Principal St David’s Hotel, Havannah Street, Cardiff CF10 5SD. Tel: 029 2045 4045. www.phcompany.com

 

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