Historic Accommodation in North Wales

Mount Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales and is to be found within the Snowdonia National Park in the north of Wales. It has been said that Snowdonia has all that the English Lake District can offer but with less people and less traffic!

From the mountains of Snowdonia, explore the nearby beaches and quiet coves of the Lleyn Peninsula. For more traditional seaside fun, try the holiday centres of Llandudno, Rhyl and Prestatyn. The castles at Caernarfon and Conwy must number amongst some of the most impressive castles in Wales.

Featured Accommodation

Hen Wrych Hall Tower

Abergele, Conwy.

Sleeps 2. Ideally situated only four minutes from the beach, this romantic tower boasts a four-poster bed and an open fire. The grade II listed building has been lovingly renovated, and could be your own romantic castle for two! Cottage Code: OPW.

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Close to Sea
  • Quirky
  • 19th Century

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Toll Bridge House

Penmaenpool, nr. Dolgellau, Gwynedd.

Sleeps 2. As the name suggests, this unique holiday property was once home to the resident tollkeeper. Built in 1921, it sits aside the listed, wooden toll bridge that spans the tidal Mawddach Estuary linking the coastal towns of Tywyn and Barmouth. Cottage Code: UK6082.

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Quirky
  • Pub nearby
  • Pet friendly
  • 20th Century

Melin Newydd Cottages – The Windmill

Tynlon, nr. Rhosneigr, Anglesey.

Sleeps 4. Dating from 1833, this traditional converted windmill occupies a quiet location in a rural part of Anglesey. Lovingly renovated, it features a delightful living space on the ground floor, with double bedrooms on each of the upper floors. Cottage Code: 29567.

  • Quirky
  • 19th Century

Sychnant Pass Country House

Sychnant Pass, Sychnant Pass Road, Conwy, LL32 8BJ.

Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park just minutes from the medieval walled town of Conwy, this award-winning country house offers a host of facilities including an indoor heated pool, sauna, gym, solarium and an outdoor terrace with a hot tub.

  • 19th Century

Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel

Tre-Ysgawen Hall, Capel Coch, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7UR.

Set amongst beautiful landscaped gardens, Tre-Tsgawen Country House Hotel offers luxuriously appointed bedrooms and suites, some with a whirlpool spa. The hotel features a swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool and gym. Close to Anglesey’s east coast.

  • 19th Century

Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa

Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa, Llangollen, Clwyd, LL20 8AD.

Dating from the 19th century, the Wild Pheasant Hotel combines traditional charm and original features with contemporary chic and superb, luxurious spa facilities. Within easy reach of Chester, Shrewsbury and Wrexham.

  • 19th Century

Bulkeley Hotel

Bulkeley Hotel, Beaumaris, Anglesey, Wales, LL58 8AW.

Situated in the 13th century castle town of Beaumaris, this Georgian hotel offers well decorated bedrooms, a fine restaurant as well as wonderful views across to Snowdonia. The beach is only yards away from the doorstep.

  • 18th Century

St Tudno Hotel

St Tudno Hotel, Llandudno, Gwynedd, LL30 2LP.

Stay beside the British seaside… in style! With numerous awards from its food to its service, St Tudno Hotel is something truly special.

  • 19th Century

Craig-Y-Dderwen Riverside Hotel

Craig-Y-Dderwen Riverside Hotel, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Wales, LL24 0AS.

Built in the late 19th century in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, today Craig-y-Dderwen is a lovely four star country hotel offering guests peace and tranquillity along with some breathtaking views! Award wining restaurant.

  • 19th Century

St George’s Hotel

St George's Hotel, Llandudno, Gwynedd, LL30 2LG.

Llandudno’s luxury seafront hotel, having undergone full refurbishment in early 2006, with comfort cooling in all bedrooms, offers a quality service with excellent value. Spectacular views of Llandudno Bay.

  • 19th Century

Llyndir Hall

Llyndir Hall, Burton Rossett, Chester, LL12 0AY.

Located only 5 miles from the historic town of Chester, Llyndir Hall is perfect for a relaxing break in the countryside. The highly acclaimed restaurant is a destination in its own right, whilst the hotel also offers a swimming pool and sauna.

  • 19th Century