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Castle Accommodation

 South Wales

 
  • Castle of Brecon Hotel

    The Castle Of Brecon Hotel is an historic hotel of great charm and character. It opened first as a coaching inn in the late eighteenth century, becoming one of the first hotels in Wales in the early nineteenth century. Occupying the site and remains of Brecon castle close to the centre of town, it stands between two rivers commanding extensive views along the valley of the river Usk and up at the peaks of The Brecon Beacons. Privately owned and family run, it combines a friendly atmosphere with efficient service and food of a high quality.
 
 
  • Craig y Nos Castle

    Craig y Nos Castle is located between Swansea and Brecon in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It’s the former estate of opera singer, Adelina Patti, but is now a hotel offering a wide range of accommodation and a venue for conferences and events. Adelina’s theatre is still in use today for staging operas and wedding ceremonies.
     
 

 

North Wales 

 
  • Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

    Bodelwyddan Castle, a grade II listed building, is situated in Denbighshire and is set in over 200 acres of parkland overlooking the Clwydian Hills. The accommodation is of a high standard, including the Royale, Signature and Ambassador Room. Facilities include the Mulberry Health Suite with a swimming pool, plunge pool, sauna, steam room and tropicarium.
  • Bryn Bras Castle

    Grade II listed building offering self catering  holidays for 2 people looking for peace and tranquillity. The Castle has a 32-Acre Garden with good views of Snowdon, Caernarfon Castle and Anglesey. It’s just 5 minutes from Caernarfon and Llanberis. Week or short breaks available all year round.
  • Castell Deudraeth

    Castell Deudraeth offers 11 fabulous contemporary styled rooms (4 suites and 7 bedrooms) two main dining areas (with a total of 80 covers), a bar, several exhibition spaces and a stunning Victorian walled garden which offers further entertaining space during the summer.
 

 

  • Ruthin Castle
    The pink marble monumental lions reclining proudly on their plinths and the red welcoming carpet at the entrance immediately lets you know that Ruthin Castle is a special hotel, but special in a friendly, comfortable way rather than being grand, formal and intimidating. The castle has a proud, centuries-old tradition of providing hospitality and comfort including hosting numerous Royal guests.

  • Château Rhianfa
    Plas Rhianfa, gazes out over the Menai Strait. Completed in the 1850s, it’s now a hotel called Château Rhianfa, with 22 elegant bedrooms and two self-catering cottages.

 

 

 

Mid Wales 

 

 
  • Glandyfi Castle

    An imposing Grade 2 listed Regency gothic revival castle with dramatic views of the Dyfi estuary and the mountains of Snowdonia is now open for business as a luxury boutique guesthouse.

     

    There are eight bedrooms for guests, ranging from four poster beds and painted cornices - to modest and charming. All the bedrooms are very stylish, elegant and unique and contemporary bathrooms range from extravagant with circular Jacuzzi bath to attractive and functional.

     

 
     
 
 
  • Cardigan Castle

    Until recently, Cardigan Castle was in desperate need of repair, but a community project stepped in to give it the overhaul it deserves. You can stay at Castle Green House, an elegant Regency house within the 13th century castle walls turned into luxurious self-catering apartments. Another building offers bed and breakfast.

 

 

 

West Wales 

 

 
  • Roch Castle
    The 5-star Roch Castle stands proudly on a rock outcrop commanding panoramic views over Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 13th century Roch Castle's 6 ensuite bedrooms, dining and conference facilities cater for the most discerning private or corporate function. 
     
 
 

 

 
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