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Choose from 445 hotels and guest houses in Wales. Shown below a just a selection of the hotels available. To search within an area please use the menu on the right.

Fairyhill - Reynoldston, Oxwich Bay, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA3 1BS
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Set amid 24 acres of parkland, Fairyhill is the jewel in the crown of the beautiful Gower Peninsular, offering serious luxury without pretension. For those looking for fantastic food, great atmosphere and peaceful surroundings, you will find what others have been talking about for years. Imaginative use of traditional local produce in the AA 2-rosette restaurant, is complemented by an award-winning wine list and 8 luxury rooms to create the classic Fairyhill experience. Fairyhill: restaurant, rooms, and relaxation.
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Kensington Hotel - East Parade, Prestatyn, Denbighshire, LL18 3AG
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Located right on the seafront and with stunning views over the Irish Sea, this small, family-run hotel is just a short walk from all that this seaside town has to offer. In the resort town of Rhyl, the Kensington Hotel has a great location for a seaside break. The Suncentre indoor swimming pool, the Children's Village theme park and the new Drift Park development are all within easy walking distance. The town's train station, cinema, events arena and bowling greens are all nearby. Conveniently located, with easy access to the A55, the hotel also makes a great base for exploring further afield and for visiting all that North Wales has to offer. Conwy and Anglesey are within easy reach. Llandudno is just 20 minutes' drive away and Snowdonia National Park is about an hour away by car. All of the en suite rooms have a TV, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries.
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Bryn Holcombe Non Smoking - 9 Grosvenor Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 7YF
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Ideal for touring Snowdonia National Park, this friendly accommodation offers a warm welcome, comfy en suite rooms and a tasty, hot Welsh breakfast. Bryn Holcombe offers double and twin rooms, all tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard. From the establishment you can embark on beautiful country and coastal walks close to Colwyn Bay and around the hills, valleys, lakes and mountains of Snowdonia. Close by are the world heritage sites of Conwy Castle and the medieval walled town; Plas Mawr the Elizabethan manor house; the world famous Bodnant Gardens; Llandudno and the Great Orme Nature Reserve; and the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Explore miles of sandy beaches and golf courses, try horse riding and explore many more attractions. The hotel is just minutes away from the main coastal bus route.
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Premier Inn Cardiff North - Pentwyn Road, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF23 7XH
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On the A48, just off the M4 motorway, only 5 miles (8 km) from Cardiff's city centre, the hotel offers great value, with free parking and spacious, comfortable and modern en suite rooms. The Premier Inn Cardiff North has good access to the M4 and the region's major roads. Newport is less than 10 miles (16 km) away. The hotel has a 24-hour reception desk and all of the rooms have satellite TV and telephone/modem points. Some rooms can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. An all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast is available each morning and includes scrambled, fried, poached or boiled eggs, and pork or vegetarian sausages. There is also a wide continental selection. Light, bright and contemporary, the on-site restaurant offers good food and drink at great-value prices. There are 2 widescreen TVs and a pool table.
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Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia - Llanberis, Llanberis, Gwynedd, LL55 4TY
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Royal Victoria Hotel is on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and set within 30 acres of woodland. It offers breathtaking views and is a perfect base for exploring. Royal Victoria Hotel will welcome you with warmth and friendliness. It is popular with walkers wishing to explore Snowdonia. The Snowdon Mountain Railway is within 100 metres, and you can try rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing or pony trekking in the local area.
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Llanerchindda Farm Guest House - Cynghordy, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, SA20 0NB
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Nestled amid 50 acres of Welsh countryside, this family-run guest house boasts comfortable en suite rooms, spectacular views of the Bran Valley and a wealth of outdoor activities. Providing clay pigeon shooting and an off-road course for experienced drivers and riders, the farm also presents itself as an ideal base from which to explore the natural beauty of South Wales and the Brecon Beacons. After a long day you can return to the comfort of the house to relax beside the log fire in the lounge bar or, in the summer months, you can unwind in the conservatory or on the terrace, which boasts breathtaking views of the Black Mountain and the Brecon Beacons beyond.
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Cae Mor - Central Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, LL301BA
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Commanding a spectacular seafront location a few minutes' walk from the town centre, this hotel is located next to Venue Cymru (North Wales Theatre and Conference Centre). Following a full but careful renovation, Cae Mor combines a beautiful blend of Victorian period features with tasteful decor and furnishings. Crystal chandeliers, a traditional Victorian fireplace and soft leather sofas create a comfortable place to relax in style. The hotel's restaurant is small but intimate, and combines period features with modern high-back leather chairs and contemporary cutlery and crockery.
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The Spittal Of Glenshee - A93, Llandarcy, Gwent and Glamorgan, PH10 7QF
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Set amid magnificent scenery, this charming, dog-friendly inn is the ideal base for a ski break in the Highlands, just 8 minutes from Glenshee Slopes, near Lecht and Aviemore. The Spitall of Glenshee is located over 2,100 feet (640 metres) above sea level, just off the A93 from Perth and Blairgowrie to Braemar. The site has been used as an inn since 961 AD. Today it is home to comfortable bedrooms including luxury suites, a fine-dining restaurant and ample parking. The Spittal of Glenshee sits between the Central and Eastern Highlands, on the road to Royal Deeside with easy access to 4 glens: Glenshee, Glenbeag, Glen Lochsie and Glen Taitneach. The area is also popular for climbing, hiking, golfing, mountain biking and horse riding.
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Montclare and Cumberland Hotel - 4-5 North Parade, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2LP
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The Montclare and Cumberland hotels have a great position on the North Shore promenade. The front rooms have spectacular panoramic sea views. The family-run hotels are also close to the local town, and within walking distance of many of Llandudno's attractions. Shopping malls, the theatre, conference centre, entertainment area and different types of restaurants are all accessible from The Montclare & Cumberland.
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Bella Vista House and Pizzeria - 83 Church Walks, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2HD
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Next to the seafront, where you can enjoy panoramic views of Llandudno, this Victorian town house is beautifully appointed with 12 fully furnished en suite bedrooms. Combining a top-class refurbishment with original features, Bella Vista House is just 100 metres from the town. Your room is serviced every day. Toiletries, mineral water, biscuits and even a free newspaper in the morning are all provided, free. The TVs have Freeview channels via a Sky set-top box. Bella Vista has a stylish modern pizzeria. Open daily, it serves fresh pizza and pasta (advance booking is advised).
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Blaen-nant-y-Groes Farm Cottages - Cwmbach, Merthyr Tydfil, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF44 0EA
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Situated in 15 acres of private wood and grassland on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, these 4-star holiday cottages enjoy fabulous views of the surrounding countryside. A former hill farm, the accommodation at Blaen-nant-y-Groes consists of a row of 4 traditional stone cottages. Each cottage has been beautifully restored and sensitively renovated. Traditional flagstone floors and bare floorboards are complemented by contemporary comforts such as under-floor heating. Every cottage now has a modern hot water system and double-glazed hardwood windows and doors. Each cottage has a real wood-burning stove to keep you cosy during the winter months. All of the cottages have private entrances and their own private barbecue areas. Near the town of Aberdare, Blaen-nant-y-Groes Farm Cottages are 40 minutes away from Swansea and Gower, whilst Cardiff Millennium Stadium and Centre are just 30 minutes away. The surroundings also offer the ideal setting for walking, mountain biking, horse riding and golf.
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De Vere Venues St. Davids Park Hotel - Ewloe, Buckley, Flintshire, CH5 3YB
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Offering a fusion of business and leisure amenities, this modern hotel is ideally located in Ewloe, within easy reach of the historic city of Chester, Liverpool and North Wales. During your stay at St David's Park you can take advantage of free access to the extensive leisure facilities, including an indoor swimming pool, fitness studio, sauna and jacuzzi. For pure indulgence, why not book a health and therapy treatment (additional cost). There's plenty to do and see in the region from the ancient Roman city of Chester, vibrant Liverpool or the stunning Snowdonia National Park. Other attractions include Chester Zoo, Llangollen Railway and the North Wales coastline.
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Wynnstay Hotel - Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Dyfed, SY20 8AE
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This 18th century former coaching inn is renowned for its atmosphere and critically acclaimed food. Surrounded by beautiful Welsh countryside, The Wynnstay offers the full hotel services you would expect from a 3-star hotel, but with the warmth of character and service more akin to its traditional origins. A convivial Good Beer Guide listed bar is complemented by, "The best food I've eaten in Wales" (The Daily Telegraph) in the restaurant and the number one pizza restaurant in the UK (according to The Times). A major social centre in the town, catering for business travelers and tourists, mountain bikers, golfers, fishermen and those who just want to enjoy the beautiful surrounding area. The Observer called it "different"; The Guardian called it "rustic and cosy"; hopefully, you will call it home.
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Halcyon Quest Hotel - 17 Gronant Road, Prestatyn, Denbighshire, LL19 9DT
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This family hotel/public house features a well-stocked bar, a sunny beer garden with ample seating and an off-road private car park at the front and to the rear of the building. Halcyon Quest (H.Q) is situated just 2 minutes' walk from Prestatyn high street and is within easy walking distance of the beach and many other picturesque strolls, including the historic Offas Dyke pathway. H.Q is within 10 miles of 8 excellent golf courses, and Prestatyn Golf Links has Championship status. For the discerning golfer, the team at H.Q offers golfing mini-breaks, with transport to and from any golf course you choose. Details are available on request. You will find a brochure in your room containing information regarding local eating places, doctors and places of interest.
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The Manor House At Celtic Manor - Coldra Woods, Newport, Gwent and Glamorgan, NP18 1HQ
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Set within its own beautifully landscaped gardens in Newport, South Wales, this elegant 19th century manor house has been recognised as one of the finest hotels in the UK. Winner of the Egon Ronay award for the best hotel in Wales for 5 consecutive years, The Manor House at Celtic Manor offers 69 traditionally-styled guestrooms, each of which has been updated to offer a range of modern comforts, whilst still retaining the original character of the property. With its picturesque grounds, The Manor House is a popular choice for weddings. Furthermore it provides Hedleys and the Manor Suite, perfect for special occasions, The Patio Restaurant, the Cellar Bar and the Residents' Lounge.
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Ruthin Castle Hotel - Corwen Rd, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 2NU
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Ruthin Castle is the ideal place to stay when you want to tour North Wales, Mid Wales, and the North West of England. Nowhere can a visitor enjoy the 'Regal' splendour of the principality of Wales in such comfort or in such verdant surroundings as they can at Ruthin Castle. Ruthin Castle provides hotel accommodation, a restaurant and bar, medieval banquets, and the ideal location for your business conference or wedding and reception. Currently under ongoing decorative refurbishment, no disruption to the guests is expected.
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Peterstone Court Country House Restaurant and Spa - Llanhamlach, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7YB
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Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Peterstone Court is loyal to its Georgian heritage but has a contemporary twist. The approach to food is simple and honest: 90% of the meat and poultry served at the restaurant comes from Peterstone Court's nearby family farm. Food is always seasonal and sustainable and features fresh, organic and home-reared ingredients wherever possible. All rooms are large, light and spacious. The spa uses only natural, organic products - a philosophy that has come from the main house. On offer is Ytsara from Thailand and Circaroma, an award-winning contemporary range certified by the Soil Association.
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The Plough Inn - Rhosmaen, Llandeilo, Dyfed, SA19 6NP
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A country hotel and restaurant set in the beautiful Towy Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by castles, country houses and the National Botanical Garden of Wales. Relax in tranquil surroundings, admiring the glorious views of the Towy Valley, which can be enjoyed from all 14 modern, well-appointed, en suite bedrooms. Each individually named after Welsh mythological Mabinogion characters, the rooms feature everything you would expect for your stay, including Queen-size beds, Wi-Fi internet access, sofas and disabled facilities, all impeccably served with fine attention to detail You will be greeted with a genuine welcome, good food and wines that can be enjoyed in a warm and relaxed atmosphere and brought to you with that all important personal touch. Feel free to take advantage of the gym and sauna to unwind and relax in during your stay.
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Barcelo Cardiff Angel Hotel - Castle Street, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF10 1SZ
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Located next to Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium, this hotel is perfect for exploring this great city. Cardiff's most historical hotel demonstrates Victorian splendour throughout, as well as modern extras like air conditioning in all bedrooms. Steeped in history, the hotel dates back to 1883 and is simply the most famous 4-star hotel in Cardiff. It stands in the heart of the city centre and offers a warm and friendly service. Recent investment has restored the building to its former Victorian elegance, including the beautiful Waterford Crystal chandelier in the foyer which is rumoured to be insured for a 6 figure sum.
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Bryncelyn Guesthouse - Dolecoed Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, LD5 4RA
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Set in beautiful Llanwrtyd Wells, this recently refurbished, family-run guesthouse provides comfortable accommodation complemented by traditional hospitality and modern comforts in this idyllic part of Mid-Wales. Ideal for those attending one of the local festivals or holidaying in this picturesque area, Bryncelyn Guesthouse assures a warm welcome from hosts Lil & Malcolm, who aim to offer a personal service to your stay. Immersed within an area of natural beauty, Bryncelyn boasts spectacular views of the rolling hills and countryside.
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Chainbridge Hotel - Berwyn, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8BS
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The Chainbridge is sited in a unique position between the spectacular River Dee, with it's racing white water and leaping salmon, and the Llangollen canal that begins it's life just a short walk away at the Horseshoe Falls. The Chainbridge Hotel, nestles in one of the most picturesque localities in Wales. In a valley of serene and natural beauty shielded by the Berwyn and Eglwysig mountains. Situated on the banks of the River Dee, about 3 minutes walk away are the Horseshoe Falls, the source of the famous Thomas Telford Shropshire Union Canal which also runs alongside the Hotel. Whilst on the opposite bank steam trains pass every hour. The Restaurant affords a romantic and magnificent panoramic view over the River. The Tudor Bar is situated in the original building and has black and white timbers, with its Inglenook fireplace where you can also sit and watch the fishermen fish the river.
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Glenshee Bunkhouse - A 93, Llandarcy, Gwent and Glamorgan, PH10 7QF
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In magnificent scenery, the charming Glenshee Bunkhouse is the ideal base for a ski-break in the Highlands, just 8 minutes from Glenshee Slopes and close to Lecht and Aviemore. The Glenshee Bunk House is located over 2,100 feet (640 metres) above sea level, just off the A93 from Perth and Blairgowrie to Braemar. The Bunkhouse offers beds in shared rooms. There is evidence that this site has been occupied since 961 AD.
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The Quay Hotel - Deganwy Quay, Conwy, Conwy, LL31 9DJ
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This contemporary hotel and day spa complex offers real luxury on the breathtaking Deganwy Marina, with views over the Conwy Estuary. The fully non-smoking hotel has been meticulously designed throughout, and its architecture epitomises cool sophistication. The large, airy spaces, understated chic and sharp styling combine to create a truly inspirational hotel experience. Wall-to-wall windows with sea views flood the interiors with natural light, and the use of specially quarried Welsh slate makes a thoroughly individual design statement. The rooms incorporate plush beds dressed in crisp Egyptian cotton, luxurious bathrooms and unrivalled in-room facilities.
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Singleton Hotel - 1-2 Dillwyn Street, Swansea, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA1 4AE
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Highly commended by the Grand Theatre, which is situated opposite, this friendly hotel and public house is set in the heart of Swansea, just a short drive from the Gower Peninsula. If you are here to visit Swansea city centre, the famous Mumbles, the Marina, or to see one of the Grand Theatre's famous shows and events, the Singleton hotel is the ideal place to stay. It is also within easy reach of the new Aquapark and the LC2. The Singleton is famous for its live music at weekends, popular amongst guests and the locals. Live music stops at 23:30.
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Salutation Inn - Felindre Farchog, Pontfaen, Dyfed, SA41 3UY
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Situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park at the foot of the Preselis hills in the rural village of Felindre Farchog, this friendly inn offers good quality food and accommodation. Salutation Inn has a car park that is large enough to cope with all guests. It features a lounge bar serving lunch and dinner daily, a local bar with pool table, and the newly built Denley's restaurant for fine dining (currently only open at weekends). The large garden at the rear borders the River Nevern that is teeming with salmon and brown trout during much of the summer, much of which finds its way to the inn's kitchen. If you enjoy the countryside, walking, fishing, bird watching or golfing, then you will find that this is a great place to visit. A warm welcome, good food, well stocked bar and a wide selection of wines awaits you.
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Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff - M4 Junction 36, Bridgend, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF32 9RW
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Just off the M4 motorway, on the edge of Bridgend, the hotel offers free parking and comfortable rooms with deluxe Hypnos beds and 22-inch LCD flat-screen TVs with up to 100 channels. The Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff makes a great stop-off point whether you are visiting Cardiff or Swansea, or travelling to anywhere in the South Wales area or even Ireland. The hotel offers spacious and comfortable over-size rooms at great-value rates. All rooms have en suite bath and shower facilities and Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available at an additional cost. Next to the hotel are Burger King and a Coffee Primo lounge, along with cash machines and a Game Zone. The McArthur Glen designer shopping outlet is also adjacent to the hotel. The hotel offers free parking and is AA 'Approved and AA Pet Friendly.
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Links Hotel - 77, Llandudno, Conwy, LL301PN
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Close to all that the seaside resort of Llandudno has to offer, the Links Hotel is just across the road from the bowling alley and only 5 minutes from the beach and the shops. The Links Hotel is within easy walking distance of Llandudno's new shopping centre; the town's multiplex cinema; the theatre; and all of the town's shops, bars, restaurants and clubs. The Great Orme is just 5 minutes away and you can reach the summit via Britain's longest cable car journey or on the tramway, which is over 100 years old. There are 20 golf courses within 30 miles of the hotel. Free parking is available for guests. The hotel has a large car park, also with disabled access. There is also a children's play area and patio area. The Links Hotel has a lounge bar and a restaurant area. The bar is well stocked, with a selection of cask ales and there is a pool table and a dartboard. An extensive menu is available for lunch and dinner and all the food is freshly cooked using local produce. All of the hotel's rooms are en suite and each room has free wireless internet access and a plasma flat-screen TV.
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Three Salmons Hotel - Bridge Street, Newport, Gwent and Glamorgan, NP15 1RY
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This charming 17th century coaching inn is found in the centre of the picturesque town of Usk. The hotel restaurant has an AA rosette award and offers a tranquil atmosphere in which to enjoy the fresh fish specialities. The bar is popular with both locals and hotel residents. The historic market town of Usk is nestled in the rural heartland of south east Wales, beautiful countryside to explore during your stay. The Three Salmons is ideally located for those wishing to tour Wales, with superb road links to Cardiff, Newport and the M5. The hotel can cater for various functions for up to 120 people, from corporate meetings to wedding receptions.
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Bryn-y-Ddafad - Welsh Saint Donats, Hensol, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF71 7ST
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This guest house is situated in a peaceful, rural location in the delightful countryside of the Vale of Glamorgan, just 4 miles from the M4 junction 34 and 3 miles from Cowbridge. The property is comprised of a spacious guest house together with a detached annex offering ground floor accommodation suitable for guests with limited mobility. Enjoy a restful night's sleep in a comfortable bed, followed by a scrumptious Welsh breakfast. Glyn and June aim to make your stay relaxing, enjoyable and memorable. Rooms are light and airy and those in the main house have views of the surrounding countryside. In addition to the bedrooms, guests staying in the house have access to a first floor lounge and also to a sun lounge below, leading to the attractive rear garden and patio area. The annex has a front door leading to a parking area and a rear door leading to the garden. Safe off-road parking is available and the guest house is strictly non-smoking.
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Brynhonddu Country House BandB - Pandy, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7PD
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This friendly, family-run bed and breakfast - voted the best in Wales by overseas visitors (2003) - offers picturesque views over the Black Mountains, within the Brecon Beacons National Park. An historic country house setting, surrounded by some of the best walking areas in the country, the estate boasts extensive and varied flora and fauna, with 51 types of tree and 47 different bird species within the grounds. Accredited with Welcome Host Gold Level standing and Level 2 Green Dragon Environmental Tourism status.
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