Castles in Wales

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Castles in Wales are abundant but there are few where you can book to stay at for your holiday, vacation or even that special occasion such as a wedding. Book a Castles in Wales holiday and do something a little different for your trip to Wales. 

Chateau Rhianfa Castle, this stunning home was inspired by a Chateau in the Loire Valley region of France, and is fully deserving of its grade II listing. Roch Castle in Pembrokeshire sits high above the landscape offering panoramic views over St Brides Bay and the Preseli Hills. Castell Deudraeth Castle opened in 2001 following a complete renovation of the Victorian building and restoration of its gardens.
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Situated near Beaumaris on Anglesey, Plas Rhianfa is a lavish property, located within ideal access for exploring the peaks of Snowdonia. The property is spectacularly refurbished, with 21 bedroom suites, (spectacular views over the Menai Strait and mainland are visible from the Superior Rooms), as well as an indoor hot tub, tennis court, dining areas and the private beach with a jetty being added soon! Inside, the property boasts superb features, typical of the Victorian era. A Castles in Wales must visit in North Wales.   Choose a bed and breakfast stay or take exclusive use and indulge in unique accommodation, fine dining at Blas Restaurant, at our sister hotel, Twr y Felin and the perfect location to explore the UK’s only truly coastal National Park. Complimentary transfers are available to and from Blas Restaurant at Twr y Felin Hotel each evening and luggage transfers are available for guests staying at either or our sister hotels, former windmill Twr y Felin, or 19th century priory, Penrhiw. 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, meetings rooms and a stunning Victorian walled garden which offers further entertaining space during the summer. The interior of the Castell fuses traditional Welsh materials with cutting edge technology and design. The sympatheic refurbishment combines 21st century comfort with the building’s architectural heritage. A Castles in Wales hidden gem.
Ruthin Castle is an exquisite Regal and Grand North Wales Castle set in its own beautiful parkland estate. Craig y Nos Castle is situated half-way between Swansea and Brecon with some great accommodation deals to choose from. Gwydir Castle is an ancient Welsh house situated in the beautiful Conwy Valley, in the foothills of Snowdonia.
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At the castle you can indulge yourself with exquisite dining, unwind in our distinctive spa or revel in one of our renowned Medieval Feasts before sinking into a luxurious bed for a sleep worthy of a Prince or Princess. In our spa, which rests beside the rustic woodland grounds of the Castles original moat, you can leave the world behind you with treatments and health club that will help relax your mind and revive your spirit. Ruthin Castle is a royal gem just waiting to be explored and one of many Castles in Wales. Set on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, Craig Y Nos Castle is the perfect location for those seeking a romantic and rural setting for their accommodation in Wales. The former home of Adelina Patti, the once world famous Opera Singer, Craig y Nos Castle offers interesting historical tours – free for all guests staying at the Castle. There are loads of excellent walks in the near by Brecon Beacons National Park and all our B & B deals include full cooked breakfast. One of the many Castles in Wales with a great history to tell. Regarded as one of the finest Tudor houses in Wales, the castle was formerly the ancestral home of the powerful Wynn family. By 1994, the house and garden and fallen into dereliction. Its restoration has taken over twenty years to complete and is still a work-in-progress by its current owners. Deeply evocative and atmospheric, it is a unique experience in country house visiting. Gwydir was given the highest rating (4 stars) by Simon Jenkins in his book ‘Wales, Churches, Houses, Castles in Wales.

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