The Empire Hotel is a Luxury 4 star hotel in Llandudno. The Hotel is a superb business, holiday and vacation hotel in the picturesque, seaside holiday resort of Llandudno, North Wales, UK, a perfectlocation, not only for that special occasion, but also for a short break or a business stay.
The Merrion, located in the heart of Dublin city centre, is the capital's most luxurious five star hotel, and a proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World. The 142-bedroom and suite hotel is aswelcoming as it is stylish. An impeccable restoration of four Georgian townhouses, The Merrion is a marriage of exquisite comfort, relaxed elegance and advanced guest facilities, including free Wi-Fi, an 18m pool, spa and gym.
Find peace and tranquility and walks galore in the Snowdonia National Park, what better place to stay than Tyn y Coed Inn. The Tyn-y-Coed Inn at Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed amidst the beautifulmountains of Snowdonia has been developed into a very relaxed and friendly quality hotel with bedrooms tastefully furnished and each, naturally, has a bath or shower room, television, phone with data sockets, hairdryer and hot drinks tray.
Situated uniquely between the Little Orme and The Great Orme and features two fantastic beaches, North Shore, an award winning beach and West Shore, quiet and rich in sand dunes. Llandudno has keptits Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. During the Victorian era, roads on the Great Orme were still fairly primitive and the steep slopes prevented all but the most sure footed from reaching the summit.
The Craig-Ard Hotel in Llandudno greets you with a warm and friendly welcome into a relaxing enviroment with pleasant surroundings. This family run 3 star metro hotel is situated in a tree-linedavenue with a FLAT and EASY 2 minute walk to the extensive shopping facilities, 4 minute walk to the promenade, pier, beach and various places of interest. Excellent Welsh cooked breakfasts are served in our spacious breakfast room overlooking the garden.
Set amongst rolling parkland with spectacular views of the coast, The Kinmel and Kinspa offers splendid accommodation, fine dining and a luxurious Spa complex. Whether it is business or pleasure, arelaxed lunch or large function, you will find everything you need to make your time with us an experience to remember. The Kinmel (formerly the Kinmel Manor) has provided the perfect venue for weddings, functions and conferences for over 30 years.
The Gwydyr Hotel, rich in history, is a beautiful Victorian property which dates back to the early 1800s. Originally a small private dwelling, the property was extended to become a hotel in the 1880s.Lying in the heart of Snowdonia the Gwydyr Hotel is surrounded by some of the most picturesque scenery in North Wales. Situated in the centre of the pretty village of Betws-y-Coed and overlooking the delightful village green, the hotel provides the perfect setting for a relaxing and memorable break.
The proprietors Mick & Jan guarantee you a very warm and friendly welcome at the west point hotel, all our bedrooms are en-suite with either a bath or a shower, and all rooms have Freeview TV and alsotea & coffee facilities. There are many places of historic interest of perhaps take part in the wide range of outdoor activities including water sports, golf, cricket, fishing, walking and climbing.
A fabulous location, and warm hospitality await you at Cobdens hotel, a 200 year old inn on the A5, five miles west of Betws-Y-Coed in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. A haven for mountainwalkers and climbers for generations; Cobdens is the place to stay if you are looking to enjoy the many wonders of North Wales in an atmosphere of fun, informality and comfort.
A great place to eat, serving contemporary restaurant food, informal lunches or creative catering for weddings and parties: Bridge Restaurant serving a menu of local seasonal produce, Bar 1815 is theideal place to drink and relax and Stations lounge offers a wide selection of fairtrade teas & coffees and a place to chill out after your swim or gym session. We also serve carvery every Sunday from 12pm - 3pm.
Nestling at the foot of the Great Orme Country park, the Brynymor enjoys a full sweeping view of the beautiful bay of Llandudno & rolling hills beyond. On the best part of the promenade just yardsfrom the pier entrance, within a few minutes walk of the many shops, cafes and restaurants of the town. Ideal venue for your holiday, short break or business trip, our award winning small hotel is perfectly placed and run with all the care in the world. Your enthusiasm to return is our greatest concern!
Why not come stay for a while? Located on the peaceful West Shore at the foot of the Great Orme, The Clontarf Hotel provides the perfect holiday location offering brand new highest quality beds,secure car parking, locally sourced produce for breakfast, wireless internet and superb service throughout. We are a family run business and we pride ourselves in the service we offer and the high standards we employ throughout and hope that you relax and enjoy your stay with us.
The Eagles Hotel is a charming 18th Century hotel situated in the heart of the lively market town of Llanwrst, North Wales. Comprising 16 rooms, two bars, restaurant and a large beer garden for thosehot Summer days! Offering a warm welcome, excellent home cooked food, superb accommodation and two private function rooms for everyone to enjoy.
The Northwood is a family run Guesthouse that is situated in the heart of lovely Rhos on Sea, some 175 yards from the high class shops and the Promenade. For those not travelling by car the Llandudnoto Rhyl buses pass the door. Quietly placed we do not suffer any of the noise from the A55 Expressway or the Railway. Reduced rates apply for children up to and including the age of fifteen.
Opening in June 2015, the Llandudno Bay Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel on Llandudno's Parade. From the moment you enter, make it your home, relax and enjoy the most welcoming experience. Enjoyviews across the Llandudno bay whilst choosing from a specially selected menu that focusses on serving the most delicious cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients, a bar offering a varied selection of Welsh ales, wines, spirits and, of course, a cheeky cocktail or two!
Colwyn Bay, Rhos-on-Sea and Old Colwyn have plenty to offer whether you are looking for a short break or longer holiday. The Promenade stretches from Old Colwyn to Penrhyn Bay and is lined with acycle track; you can enjoy a bike ride or you can take a stroll along the wide walkway. Separate slipways are situated along the promenade for fishing, sailing, and jet skiing. Both Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea have shopping areas and are close to the area's main attractions.
The Ty Gwyn Hotel situated in Betws-y-coed, at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, is a former coaching Inn dating back to 1636. Ty Gwyn Hotel is one of the few original coaching Inn′sunspoilt and with traditional features, log fire (when it cold enough), low ceilings, original beams; mind your head and watch your step. Our door is always open.
The New Loretta is situated on a quiet avenue yet close to the shops and the promenade. The hotel's facilities and 75 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms make it ideal for someone looking for the comfortof a first class family-run hotel at a budget price. Guests can also access an indoor heated swimming pool in the hotel's sister seafront property 800 metres away.
Welcome to Castlebank in the historic medieval walled town of Conwy: the gateway to North Wales. Our home is an imposing Victorian town house where we offer a warm friendly welcome and a relaxedinformal environment. Located in its own grounds just outside the castle walls Castlebank offers guests a quiet stay within walking distance of the town and all its facilities. Gorgeous views of the castle, estuary and surrounding hills can be enjoyed from the front of the house.
Adam and Helen Hardy welcome you to their comfortable, family-run hotel in Snowdonia near Betws-y-Coed, full of historic character, in the village of Dolwyddelan in North Wales. Once an 18th Centurycoaching inn, and originally part of the Earl of Ancaster's Welsh Estate, our hotel offers a unique place to relax at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales between Betws-y-Coed and the Crimea Pass.