|Restaurants in North Wales|
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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.
The Lion Inn (Gwytherin)
Deep in the heart of North Wales, in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park lies one of the Countries best kept secrets. Fifteen hundred years ago Gwytherin was a major destination for early Christian Pilgrims, today it is pretty hamlet of 28 homes surrounding the village Church and The Lion Inn.
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.
Maenan Abbey Country House Hotel
Privately owned 3 star Country House Hotel, restaurant and bars. Set in the heart of the beautiful Conwy Valley, close to the world famous Bodnant Gardens and on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, the hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the attractions of North Wales. All 14 bedrooms are en-suite with all modern facilities. Some rooms may accommodate families.
The Summit Complex
The Summit Complex now houses a Bar and Restaurant which is themed on the famous Randolph Turpin who once owned the Complex. A themed Gift and Curio Shop stocked with gifts and Souvenirs as a reminder of your visit.
Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 9-bedroom Victorian house in North Wales with tranquil river and mountain views. Set in the beautiful Dee Valley, it is the ideal base for exploring Snowdonia, Chester and North Wales castles and coast.
The Broadway Hotel
The Broadway Hotel, Is a great place to stay when visiting Llandudno, we are not on the sea front, but we do have an excellent position for the main shopping parade, and only a couple of minutes walk from The Train Station, Venue Cymru and the Seafront, we offer excellent value for money.
The Hand at Llanarmon
The Hand stands on the crossroads of two of the old drovers roads. As a farm, it was an ideal place to stop overnight, pen the animals and take a well-earned rest from the journey. Over the centuries the provision of accommodation has gradually taken over from farming with the final switch from farm to hotel taking place in the 1960s.
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