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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.

The Hand Hotel - Bridge Street, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8PL
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Standing above a beautiful stretch of the River Dee, close to the centre of the pretty market town of Llangollen, the Hand Hotel is rich in traditional charm, with a stunning riverside garden. The hotel is renowned for its home-cooked food, served in the beautiful Georgian restaurant, which overlooks the gardens and the river. The hotel also offers a special bar menu that changes regularly. There are 58 comfortable en suite rooms, all with TVs, radios and tea/coffee making facilities. Some of the rooms have river views. The hotel also offers entertainment, hosting its own popular Welsh evenings, with the Llangollen Male Voice Choir joining in with the residents for a singsong. On Saturdays, there is the hotel's own special brand of rock and roll. On Sundays, the hotel offers traditional jazz. There is plenty of free private parking available on site.
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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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Seven Stars - 11 Broad Street, Builth Wells, Powys, HR3 5DB
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Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this characteristic 16th century building has been transformed into a comfortable guest house, whilst still maintaining many of its original features, including oak beams and thick stone walls. Centrally located within Hay-on-Wye, famous for being the 'second-hand book capital of the world', during your stay you can explore the town's arts, crafts and 'eccentric' shops. Also nearby you can find The beautiful Cathedral City of Hereford, Brecon with its canal and Cathedral, and local castles, such as Raglan. Recommended by WHICH? Good Bed & Breakfast Guide, the Seven Stars boasts comfortable surroundings in which you can completely relax. Take a refreshing dip in the indoor swimming pool and rejuvenate in the sauna before unwinding in the guest lounge.
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West House Country Hotel - West Street, Bridgend, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF61 1SP
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West House Country Hotel dates back to the 16th century and is a friendly, privately owned and run hotel in the old part of Llantwit Major, 25 minutes from Cardiff. The hotel is set in restful countryside and is renowned for its intimate, warm and cosy ambience. Heritage restaurant offer ? la carte fine dining and fine Welsh produce. All rooms are en suite and the hotel offers free Wi-Fi. Cardiff Airport and St Donat's Castle are both a short journey away.
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Carreg Mon - Church Lane, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL61 5YH
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Carreg Mon is a family-run country hotel nestled in 3 acres of gardens located just 1 minute from the A55 and close to the Menai Straits. The hotel offers high standards of service, hospitality and cuisine. You can dine from the ? la carte menu in the restaurant, or choose a lighter meal from the bar menu.
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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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The Park Hotel - Hereford Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 8DS
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Set at the foot of the Black Mountains, this beautiful 18th century country house presents itself as the ideal base from which to enjoy the wonderful Offa's Dyke trail. Less than 6 miles from the historic town of Abergavenny, this privately-owned former gentleman's residence sits within splendid unspoiled countryside. The area offers the opportunity to try a number of country pursuits, including pony trekking, country walks, fishing and golfing. In the evenings, after a long day, you can relax with a drink in the hotel's bar before sampling the English and international menu in the restaurant.
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Bodysgallen Hall and Spa - Pentywyn Road, Deganwy, Gwynedd, LL30 1RS
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Wales' highest rated country house hotel is a distinguished 17th century hall, set in 200 acres of parkland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle. Bodysgallen Hall and Spa has been restored and refurbished by Historic House Hotels Ltd in a traditional, elegant country house style with antique furniture, fine artworks and precious collectables, the hotel has the atmosphere of a private home. Buildings such as the farm, cottages, stables and coach house have been sympathetically modified to accommodate the spa, meeting rooms, guest accommodation and the recently opened restaurant, 1620. Believed to have 13th century origins as a watch tower to Conwy Castle, Bodysgallen Hall boasts beautiful private gardens and parkland for you to explore during your stay. They include a rare 17th century parterre of box hedges filled with sweet-scented herbs, a rockery with water cascade, a walled rose garden and several follies. The hotel is now part of the National Trust and all profits are donated to the charity.
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The Tilstone Guest House - 15 Carmen Sylva Road, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 1EQ
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Situated in a peaceful residential area of Llandudno, this family-run guest house is just a short walk from the Promenade, North Wales Theatre, Conference Centre and all local amenities. Uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes, with 2 wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand dune lined West Shore, Llandudno is a perfect base from which to visit Snowdonia National Park, the UK's highest mountain range, and the medieval castles of Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris. An elegant Victorian residence, The Tilstone maintains its period charm, offering warmth, comfort and tranquility. To make your stay even more enjoyable, start your day with a freshly cooked full English breakfast.
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Hotel Cymyran - Llanfair yn Neubwll, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL65 3LD
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Enjoying spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range, this family-run hotel offers a warm welcome on the west coast of Anglesey, just minutes away from the beach. During your stay, the team of friendly, local staff aim to cater to your every need. The restaurant and bar area are open to both residents and non-residents, where the talented team of chefs use only the finest and freshest local ingredients produced from the land and waters that surround the hotel. The hotel's proximity to a number of main travel routes makes it the perfect venue for business meetings, seminars and training events, as well as leisure stays.
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Guidfa House - Crossgates, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6RF
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In picturesque gardens, this charming Georgian house is in the village of Crossgates, just north of Llandrindod Wells. Bright and spacious bedrooms are individually furnished and include a ground-floor room. All rooms have comfy beds, huge fluffy bath towels, soft bathrobes and quality toiletries. Trained Cordon Bleu chef Anne prepares modern and traditional dishes that use fresh, local ingredients. The wine list has some new and interesting new choices for 2009. Dinner is available Wednesday to Saturday (if reserved at least 24 hours in advance). A selection of soups, freshly baked bread and cold platters is available on other nights. Discover this beautiful part of Wales with Guidfa House.
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Castle Hotel - The Parade, Port Talbot, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA11 1RB
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A 2-minute walk from Neath Rail Station, the family-run Castle Hotel is an historic Welsh coaching inn providing en suite rooms and 2 cosy bars, just off the M4 motorway. Rooms at the Castle Hotel boast character and charm, whilst offering facilities such as a flat-screen satellite TV, Wi-Fi internet access, feather duvets and tea/coffee making facilities. Green's restaurant serves traditional Welsh Food and offers a daily blackboard featuring local specialities. The 2 bars include the traditional, oak-panelled Lounge Bar, with its huge fireplace and comfy arm chairs. The contemporary Castle Bar has big TV screens and an upbeat, modern atmosphere. Local attractions include Afan Forest Park, Brecon Beacons National Park, the stunning Swansea Bay and Gower coastlines. All this and yet only 40 minutes from Cardiff, the vibrant Welsh capital.
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Gwesty'r Plas Coch bala - 52 high street, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7AB
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Originally built as a coaching inn in around 1780, the Plascoh Inn is now a family-run hotel, centrally located in the lovely Welsh town of Bala. The hotel offers free parking and comfortable, great-value accommodation. The regions major road network can be accessed easily. The hotel works closely with the National Whitewater Centre to offer guests discounted rates on the activities available: canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing on Lake Bala and white-water rafting. Guests can also enjoy special discounted rates on many of the other exciting activities on offer in the area, including golf, fishing and quad biking.
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The West Usk Lighthouse - St. Brides Wentloog, Newport, Gwent and Glamorgan, NP10
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Set on the old coastal road between Newport and Cardiff, this former lighthouse offers unique accommodation with views over the Severn and Usk Estuaries and the Bristol Channel. Designed over 2 floors, plus the lantern room, the West Usk Lighthouse is a circular building with a spiral staircase running through the middle, with a wishing well at the very bottom. As a result, each room features a distinctive wedge shape. Not your most traditional hotel, at the bottom of the stairs you will also find a Dalek! Quirky, friendly and relaxed, the West Usk Lighthouse aims to offer a relaxing stay unlike any other. You can enjoy a session in the Floatation Tank, have a soak in the hot tub which is on the roof and be pampered with a choice of complementary therapies.
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Future Inn Cardiff Bay - Hemingway Rd, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF10 4AU
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Future Inn Cardiff Bay is spacious, comfortable and affordable. It is near the city centre and steps from vibrant dining and entertainment at Mermaid Quay waterfront. The modern hotel is suitable for all types of traveller. The Wales Millennium Centre, the Welsh National Assembly, County Hall and the business community are within 1 mile of the hotel. Thomas restaurant and bar serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner every day. Rooms have plenty of modern facilities including a flat-screen TV, air conditioning and free internet access via the TV.
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Pentre Mawr House - Llandyrnog, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 4LA
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Pentre Mawr is a 5-star country house hotel, set in 200 acres of meadows and woodland in the Vale of Clwyd, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Some of the rooms have a four-poster bed and stunning views over the parkland. All of the rooms are beautifully furnished with elegant decor. In the rural heart of North Wales, this 16th-century elegant hotel is well placed to explore Chester, Llangollen and Snowdonia. Pentre Mawr boasts a heated swimming pool and relaxing hot tubs. The hidden walled garden is a relaxing space and the pool terrace is the perfect place to soak up the sun. Breakfast is served in the morning room or on the Georgian terrace. There are two sitting rooms with comfortable sofas and historic portraits. Guests may enjoy a drink before dinner in the drawing room. Dinner is served in the formal dining room, awarded an AA food award.
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Swansea Marriott Hotel - Maritime Quarter, Swansea, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA1 3SS
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This beachfront hotel has dramatic views of Swansea Bay, and is a short stroll from the town centre. The M4 motorway, golf courses and the Gower Peninsula are nearby. The Swansea Marriott boasts a leisure area with a fitness centre, a swimming pool, a whirlpool and a sauna. There is also a restaurant, and fine views of the sea and marina. Fully refurbished guest rooms come with high-speed internet access and 24-hour room service. The Marriott Swansea also has 5 meeting rooms complemented by expert catering, audiovisual resources and free car parking.
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Ramada Plaza Wrexham - Ellice Way, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL13 7YH
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This hotel has air-conditioned bedrooms and excellent conference facilities for up to 220. It is south of Chester and close to major road networks leading to Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. Ramada Plaza Wrexham is close to Vale of LLangollen and only minutes away from the hospital and industrial estate. Relax in the Health and Fitness Suite, unwind in the comfortable and stylish Fusilier Lounge Bar or dine in Zara Restaurant.
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Seiont Manor Hotel - Llanrug, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd, LL55 2AQ
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Seiont Manor sits peacefully within the countryside of Snowdonia, some of the most stunning scenery in North Wales. Surrounded by 150 acres of mature farmland, Seiont Manor offers a complete escape from the pressures of every day life. Imaginatively created from the original farmstead of a Georgian manor house, as soon as you walk in the door you'll receive a warm Welsh welcome that will instantly make you feel at home, ready to relax and recharge your batteries. Finding the space to unwind at Seiont Manor is not hard. You can escape for a long walk in the surrounding farmland, take in some fishing on the River Seiont within the hotel grounds, or burn off some excess energy in the 40ft Victorian pool or the gym. To enjoy life at a slightly more leisurely pace, you can absorb yourself in a good book in the library or lounge. Relaxation is effortless in the spacious guest rooms. Many rooms have been furnished with artifacts and antiques from around the world, making them unique and a real treasure trove of cultural finds. All rooms have either a small balcony or terrace to enable you to enjoy the view over the surrounding countryside, the herb gardens or the idyllic stream that trickles past one side of the hotel. The castle town of Caernarfon, university town of Bangor and Llanberis are only a 5 minute drive away. The Island of Angelesy is also reachable in just 10 minutes.
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The Black Boy Inn - Northgate Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1RW
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The Black Boy Inn is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls and easy walking distance from the town centre and the famous 13th-century castle. The Black Boy dates back to 1522 and some of its walls are 1.2 to 1.5 metres thick. The wood panelling, low ceilings and thick wooden beams create a cosy atmosphere. Caernarfon is a market town with an open-air market every Saturday (Mondays also in summer).
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Broadway Country House - Laugharne, Ferryside, Dyfed, SA33 4NU
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This sensitively restored Victorian hotel is set in 7 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, with stunning views over Carmarthen Bay and beyond to North Devon. This charming country retreat is situated on the outskirts of the historic town of Laugharne, famous for its castle and more recently, for Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, who did much of his writing in the boathouse there. Broadway Country House is situated between Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. All the wonders of West Wales are on the doorstep, including Pembrokeshire National Park, local theme parks, picturesque beaches, rugged countryside and Pendine Sands, famous as the home of many attempts on the world land-speed record. Originally built 300 years ago, the hotel was extended in 1914, with a new West wing and the Orangery added. Today, the hotel offers 6 recently refurbished en suite rooms, the majority with sea views. Wireless internet access is available throughout.
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The Royal Hotel Cardiff - 10 St Mary's St, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF10 1DW
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With an excellent city-centre location, Royal Hotel Cardiff is a 2-minute walk from Cardiff's Millennium Stadium and a 5-minute walk from the train station and St Davids Shopping Centre. The urban retreat has contemporary bedrooms with air conditioning, an LCD TV, a DVD player and broadband. Free Wi-Fi is offered in the lounge bar where you can relax over a couple of drinks and eat from the great selection of light meals. Royal Hotel Cardiff is a 5-minute walk from a public car park where guests receive a 40% discount. The oak-panelled Scott Room can seat up to 130 guests for an event. It was in this room that Captain Scott held his farewell dinner prior to his fateful expedition to the Antarctic.
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Cwmbach Guest House - Cwmbach Rd Neath, Port Talbot, Gwent and Glamorgan, SA10 8AH
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Cwmbach Cottages are one of the quietest places to stay, nestled on a hill side over looking Neath and is surrounded by mature woodland just half a mile above the village of Cadoxton. Our location is ideal for walking with a network of foot paths which start 100m away and lead into Graig Gwladys, Country Park, and onto Aberdulais Water Falls. Neath Golf club is only 400 meters away. We also have our own car park, internet access and only half a mile from the first of many places to eat.
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Shelbourne Hotel - Central Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 1AR
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Seafront family owned hotel, with spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding bay, only 20 metres from the beach. Ideal location to visit the surrounding area's beauty, theatre, conference centre and shops, only 4 minutes away. Seafront location, overlooking the beautiful bay between the Great Orme & Little Orme. A warm welcome awaits you at the Shelbourne Hotel, where you will find that we cater for families, tourists and businessmen. The hotel has an excellent reputation for good food (you won't go home hungry) with a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
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Ty Newydd Country Hotel - Penderyn Road, Hirwaun, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF44 9SX
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In a tranquil setting, Ty Newydd Hotel lies within easy reach of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Set in beautiful grounds, the hotel enjoys some of the most stunning scenery in Wales. Ty Newydd Hotel is neo-Georgian in style, featuring log fires and oak-panelled walls in the George Lounge. Some of the rooms feature Jacuzzi baths and four-poster beds. All rooms have en suite bathrooms. Free broadband access is available and the hotel has ample parking. Renowned for its locally sourced seasonal produce, the impressive George Restaurant hosts a Sunday carvery, along with local Welsh game and vegetarian options. The classic Foxhunter Suite offers the perfect venue from which to host weddings, events and conference meetings, next to the Olympic Bar.
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Best Western New House Country Hotel - Thornhill Road, Cardiff, Gwent and Glamorgan, CF14 9UA
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A roaring log fire and fantastic views of Cardiff and the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan make this hotel and its award-winning restaurant an ideal venue. Situated on a hillside, the hotel is set on the fringes of Cardiff and nestled amongst the Welsh hills. Cardiff city centre is only a 10 minute drive away, and the M4 can be reached in 5 minutes. Featuring open fires, exquisite furnishings, beautifully restored bedrooms and historic embellishments, New House Country Hotel is an attractive and comfortable location for your visit.
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Tyr Graig Castle - Llanaber Road, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL42 1YN
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With stunning views of Cardigan Bay, this impressive Victorian building has a magnificent cliff-top location, between the sea and the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park. Originally built in the late 1880s for a famous gunmaker, Tyr Graig Castle was constructed to resemble both a castle and a double-barrelled shotgun. Today, the building has been converted to offer 4-star guest accommodation, but it still has beautiful original Victorian features, including stained glass windows, original wood panelling and decorative floors and ceilings. All of the en suite rooms have modern comforts and facilities, including TVs and DVD players. The lounge has a real log fire and drinks are available from the conservatory bar. There is also a terrace with superb views over the water. Overlooking Cardigan Bay, the restaurant offers traditional home-cooked British and Welsh food, made with the finest, freshest seasonal produce available locally.
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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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Royal Goat Hotel - Caernarfon Road, Talsarnau, Gwynedd, LL55 4YE
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In the heart of Snowdonia National Park, this hotel has an excellent reputation for good food and wine and its popular grill bar overlooking the village and beyond. The Royal Goat Hotel is well placed for you to enjoy fine mountain scenery in Britain. It is situated on the Porthmadog side of the village and residents' parking is available opposite the hotel entrance.
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The Hollybrook Country Inn - Bronwydd, Carmarthen, Dyfed, SA336BE
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In the heart of the beautiful Gwili Valley, this traditional family-run inn has a bar and a new extension housing a restaurant offering home-cooked food and 7 en suite rooms. In a quiet peaceful location, in beautiful West Wales, the Hollybrook Country Inn offers comfortable accommodation at great-value prices. A full English breakfast is included in the price. There is a fully refurbished and yet traditional bar and a restaurant, offering a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere in which to enjoy your meal. Food is served throughout the day in the bar and during the evening, the restaurant is open offering a more extensive menu of quality home-cooked traditional food. The games area is always popular with children. Free on-site parking is available for guests.
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