A recent listing of top 100 hotels saw six Welsh hotels being named in a list compiled by the UK's leading hoteliers and verified by pre-eminent hotel experts including hotel journalists and AA inspectors.
The hotels which were listed are: Ynyshir Hall (also voted the second best boutique hotel in the UK); Bodysgallen Hall; Celtic Manor; The Harbourmaster; Llangoed Hall and The Grove Narberth.
Having six hotels included on this prestigious list shows the depth of quality of hotels in Wales.
Set in beautifully landscaped grounds and surrounded by an RSBP reserve, Ynyshir Hall is a haven of calm. Lavishly styled bedrooms provide high standards of luxury and comfort - each one individually designed by taking inspiration from a great painter. The lounge and bar have different moods, but both feature an abundance of fresh flowers. The dining room offers outstanding modern cooking using the best ingredients.
Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, The Grove, Narberth is surrounded by manicured lawns, flower borders, meadows and mature trees. There are 20 intimate guest rooms and suites, together with four traditional cottages that are full of character and scenic views of the Preseli mountains.
Bodysgallen Hall & Spa is set in 200 acres of private parkland, and the distinguished 17th century hall enjoys spectacular views across its award-winning gardens to the majestic Snowdonia mountains and Conwy Castle. Its guestrooms are elegantly furnished with antiques, fine paintings and collectables.
The Celtic Manor Resort is a luxurious five star hotel set in 1400 acres of panoramic parkland in the beautiful Usk Valley. Each one of its 330 bedrooms are beautifully appointed and decorated, where distinctive design and traditional luxury create a calm and relaxing environment. A selection of luxury suites are individually decorated with picture windows and terraces. Even more indulgent and sumptuous are the two Presidential Suites, one with a baby grand piano.
Llangoed Hall Hotel is a unique country house hotel situated in the stunning Wye Valley. This impressive building dating from 1632 is set within 17 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. It is the 'home from home' that you would expect from your 'best friend's Country House'. Blazing log fires help create the cosy, welcoming ambience that Llangoed Hall is renowned for.
The iconic cobalt blue Harbourmaster is on the quayside of Aberaeron and offer great views. The Grade II listed accommodation has a contemporary style and is in a perfect location for walking the Ceredigion coastal path.
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Published 19 September 2016
Celtic Manor Resort and Spa
The Grove, Narberth