Historic Accommodation in Wales

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.

Featured Accommodation

Ruthin Castle

Ruthin Castle, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 2NU.

Built in the thirteenth century for King Edward I by Dafydd, brother of Prince Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, today Ruthin Castle offers an award winning restaurant and comfortable accommodation.

  • 13th Century

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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

Penmaenuchaf Hall

Penmaenuchaf Hall, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 1YB.

In a stunning location within Snowdonia, this stylish Victorian mansion offers wonderful views, peace and tranquillity. The hotel has been awarded AA Hotel of the Year and the Visit Wales Gold Award.

  • 19th Century

Metropole Hotel & Spa

Metropole Hotel & Spa, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DY.

Located in the centre of the Victorian Spa Town of Llandrindod Wells, this comfortable and spacious hotel is an ideal location from which to explore the beautiful Mid Wales countryside.

  • 19th Century

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel and Spa

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Pulford, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9DG.

This award winning 4 star hotel is situated on the Welsh Border yet is only a 5 minute drive from Chester. The brasserie and bar work together to offer two different dining experiences, whilst the spa offers a pool, sauna and gym.

  • 16th Century

Maltsters

Maltsters, Llandaff, Cardiff, Glamorgan, CF5 2DS.

A walk away from Llandaff Cathedral, the Maltsters is rumoured to be the oldest licensed pub in Cardiff. What is certain however, this traditional white-washed inn now offers 5 individually styled bedrooms each with a bath and rain shower.

  • 18th Century

Ye Old Ferrie Inn

Ye Old Ferrie Inn, Symonds Yat, Herefordshire, HR9 6BL.

Dating from 1473, this beautiful riverside pub stands on the banks of the River Wye and offers cosy accommodation, great food, local ales and cider, all within a friendly atmosphere. Canoeing is available on the river and horse riding can also be arr.

  • 15th Century

Highland Moors

Highland Moors Guest House, Llanriddnod Wells, Powys, LD1 5ND.

A former Victorian hydro spa hotel, Highland Moors is an ideal base for exploring the stunning scenery of Mid Wales. Enjoy spacious, light and airy bedrooms with luxurious en-suite facilities and extensive grounds.

  • 19th Century

Ty Gwyn Hotel

Ty Gwyn Hotel, Betws Y Coed, Gwynedd, LL24 0SG.

Situated in the famous village of Betws-y-Coed, this award winning hotel is set in a historic building (previously a coaching inn) and makes a great base for exploring the Snowdonia National Park. Serves great food using local produce where possible.

  • 17th Century

Dolbrodmaeth Riverside Hotel

Dolbrodmaeth Riverside Hotel, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9LP.

A beautiful riverside hotel surrounded by beautiful grasslands in Machynlleth, the historic capital of Wales. Dolbrodmaeth offers en-suite bedrooms and a charming restaurant and bar overlooking the river, where guests can try their hand at fishing!

  • 19th Century

The Park Hill

The Park Hill, Betws-y-coed, Gwynedd, LL24 0HD.

An 18th century guesthouse offering stunning views across Snowdonia. Enjoy well equipped, en-suite bedrooms and take a dip in the onsite swimming pool before relaxing in the hot tub or sauna.

  • 18th Century