|Restaurants in North Wales|
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We never forget that you have literally hundreds of hotels and restaurants to choose from, so we go to great lengths to ensure the standards of Ye Olde Anchor Inn in Ruthin, North Wales exceed your expectations. Built in 1742, this beautiful hotel combines old world charm, oak beams and an open fire, with all of the amenities you would expect from a modern hotel.
Castle Cottage Restaurant with Rooms
Castle Cottage Restaurant with Rooms is located in two 400 year old buildings, the Llew Coch annex being Grade 2 listed. Glyn and Jacqueline have been running Castle Cottage since November 1989 and have 65 years (!) experience between them in the hospitality and restaurant trade.
Bodidris Hall is set in 9 acres of a 9000 acre estate. It is more than 650 years old and has been extensively yet sensitively refurbished to preserve the 650 year history of this Stetely Home Hotel in Wrexham, North Wales.
Wild Pheasant Hotel
Combining the traditional charm and comfort of an original 19th-century building, with the contemporary chic of the new luxury wing and extensive spa facilities, The Wild Pheasant Hotel is situated in magnificent scenery in the Vale of Llangollen, North Wales.
St Tudno Hotel & Restaurant
At the St Tudno Hotel Llandudno, you can experience something that is uncommon in the UK; stay beside the sea in style. The St Tudno Hotel is, undoubtedly, one of the most luxurious and appealing sea front coastal hotels in Britain.
Black Boy Inn
At the Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon, North Wales, we have been offering hotel style accommodation and dining of distinction for more than five centuries. Situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Caernarfon, within the medieval town walls, the inn has charm aplenty with its roaring open fires, oak beams and all the Welsh character that its age and location suggests.
Brookhouse Mill, situated in Denbigh, North Wales, is a busy restaurant and bar which boasts a fine ala carte menu using Welsh produce.
Ty\'n Rhos Country Hotel
Martin, Jan, their son Phil, Susy the terrier and the friendly staff extend a warm welcome and invite you to sample the delights of Ty\'n Rhos - A special place set in a beautiful location on the wide open lush plain between Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey. Surrounded by 50 acres of rolling countryside with lake, helipad, cottage kitchen gardens, cottage & courtyard rooms.
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