We are delighted to offer a selection of heritage accommodation in Wales: hotels, inns, castles, holiday cottages and bed and breakfasts located throughout this wonderful land of myth and legend, culture and tradition.
From the moment you cross the border, you know you're in another country - for one thing, all the road signs are in both English and Welsh! Discover the magic of a country that boasts a heritage as rich as it's landscape.
Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel, Powys, Wales
Nestled in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, this Victorian-Gothic country house hotel is popular with ghost-hunters and was subject to an investigation by TV's 'Most Haunted'. Guests have a choice staying at Craig-y-Nos on either a B&B or dinner, bed & breakfast basis. Also features its own on-site gym.
Ty Gwyn Hotel, Gwynedd, Wales
Situated in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed, Ty Gwyn was formerly a coaching inn but has been converted into an award winning hotel. The hotel is full of original features including beamed ceilings and stone walls, and also boasts a well known restaurant. A great base for exploring all that Snowdonia has to offer.
Kris Kin, Gwynedd, Wales
Sleeps 5 - 6. Surrounded by country walks and boasting some fabulous mountain views, this detached barn conversion even features a hot tub for guests to relax in. There are two double bedrooms and a single room, and the property can sleep up to six people. Within easy reach of the north Wales coast.
Pen-Y-Dyffryn Hotel, Oswestry, Welsh Borders
Winner of the Good Hotel Guide Country Hotel of the Year 2003, the Pen-Y-Dyffryn Hotel also boasts a 2 AA Rosette restaurant. The hotel is near to both Oswestry and Shrewsbury and straddles the Welsh / English border.