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Hotel The Castle ConwyMore
Situated smack in the middle of World Heritage Town of Conwy with part of the hotel dating back to the 1600s. At the turn of the 19th Century the hotel had an attractive face lift of local granite and Ruabon brick and is now one of Conwys most photographed buildings.In the last 4 years, the hotel has had a major upgrade to its 28 bedrooms and suites, including the Wynn Suite with a very grand, ornately carved four poster bed dated 1570 and Caer Rhun Suite, complete with 2 person jacuzzi bath!The hotel serves local food in newly designed Dawson brasserie and bar. In winter months Conwy mussels are fantastic and the Welsh beef and lamb are sourced from farms locally. Reservations are essential on busy nights, especially Saturdays.
Hotel The Quay Hotel & Spa ConwyMore
Meticulously designed throughout, the architecture of the Quay Hotel epitomises cool sophistication and combines to create a truly inspirational experience.LocationSet in an idyllic waterside location, the hotel is the perfect coastal retreat, overlooking the Unesco World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle. With its rolling hills, ancient ruins, rugged Welsh cliffs and beautiful estuary stretching out into the Irish Sea, the hotel's diverse surroundings are truly inspirational. RoomsEach of the hotel's 74 bedrooms and suites have been impeccably designed for optimum comfort and style, with many rooms enjoying glorious waterside views. RestaurantThe Quay's elegant first floor restaurant, The Vue, combines contemporary fine dining with first class service. Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Conwy Estuary, the restaurant offers a sophisticated array of delicious creations from its celebrated award winning head chef. GeneralThe Quay's exclusive corporate facilities bring together the latest business technology with excellent service, an easy-to-find location, and beautiful surroundings. The hotel is superbly located for access to the region's best leisure activities like the prime sailing, water sport venues, outstanding golf courses along with Snowdonia's legendary vistas and a wealth of outdoor activities, which are all a short drive away.
Hotel Glyn Isa 17th Century Country House ConwyMore
Glyn Isa 17th Century Country House House offers bed and breakfast accommodation in well appointed en suite rooms. The house dates back to 1626 and is set in 10 acres of mature private gardens and land against a backdrop of mountains on the edge of Snowdonia National Park with beautiful views over the Conwy valley, just next to a fishing lake, All en suite rooms the house retains many of its orignal features and antiques, plus new for 2009 a cosy lounge with inglenook fireplace, a great place to relax after a long walk. This is a peaceful spot, but the medieval walled town of Conwy, with its 13th Century castle plus many shops, bars and restaurants is 3 miles and Llandudno,.more shops, bars and restaurants less than 10 minutes drive away. The award winning village of Rowen is 1 mile or 15 minute easy walk where you will find quaint cottages,beautiful gardens, a post office and a great village pub which hosts its famous Welsh singing every Friday night or stroll to our.other local eatery ,an Egon Ronay 16th Century Coaching inn, also a 15 mintue walk.. PLEASE NOTE .A 20% non refundable deposit minimum £25 will be taken on booking, the rest of the balance to be paid on departure. Sorry, no children or pets .Private Parking within our gates and land.ARRIVALS ARE STRICTLY AFTER 3:30 PM UNLESS BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT.Please call in advance to confirm your arrival time.Group bookings of no more than 6 people.
Hotel Yha Conwy ConwyMore
'Spacious, modern, 4 star hostel with views of Conwy's castle, medieval walls and harbour.'Conwy youth hostel is an ideal base for exploring North Wales. A great location for backpackers, families, youth organisation and anyone wanting easy access to the coastal resorts and Snowdonia. The hostel is situated on a hill just outside the town walls of Conwy in large grounds with a summer house, barbecue and picnic area. There are spectacular views from the roof terrace of the ancient medieval town of Conwy and the North Wales coastline. The town centre with it's pubs, tea shops and local attractions is just a 10 minute walk away. The castle is well worth a visit and the quayside is great for sitting back and watching the yachts and fishing boats go by.Guest Rooms - Spacious, light, clean with security lockers and en-suite showers and hand wash basins.Outside - Plenty of room for a game of football in our large garden, enjoy the peace and quiet of the summerhouse or eat al fresco in our picnic and BBQ areas. Common areas - Relax and enjoy the views from our observation lounge and roof terrace, chill out in front of the TV with the kids in our family area, challenge someone to a game of pool or table football in the games room or if you just want peace and quiet sit and read your favourite book in our quiet lounge.Meals - All our meals are delicious and great value for money. If after a hard days sightseeing you don't feel like cooking enjoy one of our evening meal specialities such as Welsh lamb casserole or Lemon and Herb salmon. We even have a special children's menu with old favourites like Fish Fingers and Chips and Bangers and Mash.*** This hostel is part of the Youth Hostels Association of England & Wales, which is a membership organization. The prices quoted are member's prices. A none members supplement of 3 per person per night will be charged on arrival for those guests not in possession of a valid YHA England & Wales or equivalent IYHF/ Hostelling International membership card *** We look forward to having you stay here.
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