Hotels in Conwy, United Kingdom

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  • Hotel The Castle Hotel Conwy

    Situated within one of Conwy's favourite photography settings, the stately Castle Hotel Conwy presents local history within the charm of a family establishment.  Enjoy a hand-pulled beer before retiring, possibly sleeping in the same ornately-carved bed as Charles I did. Rooms and suites vary, each uniquely decorated and all recently refurbished to provide contemporary conveniences.  Four poster beds & jacuzzi baths are examples of the luxury found here. Hotel features comprise certified treatment therapists on duty in the lavish on-site spa & free Wi-Fi throughout the premises & courtyard. Dine in at the restaurant or bar, famous for friendly traditional service and an ever-changing menu.  Join the locals in a hearty meal and choice of wine. Step out with a guided tour, or plan your own visit to such finds as the Glassblobbery Studio & Gallery, Snowdonia National Park or try out some calligraphy at Inigo Jones Slate Works.  more

  • Hotel Glan Heulog Conwy

    This upscale smoke free guest house in Conway is less than one mile from Conway Castle and features free self-parking facilities. Each of the six guest rooms at Glan Heulog includes a TV with digital channels, a phone and a hairdryer. Infant cribs are available upon request. This Victorian guesthouse provides guests with tour/ticket assistance at reception, while a lobby fireplace will make sure that visitors keep warm and cosy. Airport transfers are available for an extra a fee. A complimentary breakfast is provided each morning, or visitors can choose to dine at one of the many fine dining establishments in the town of Conway. Bodvsgallen Hall is just more than a two mile walk from Glan Heulog Hotel, while the West Shore Beach and North Shore Beach are within a six mile drive. more

  • Hotel YHA Rowen Conwy

    Located in the lower slopes of the Carneddau Mountains, YHA Rowen is a traditional stone farmhouse in the Conwy Valley with stunning views of open countryside. The small village of Rowen is just under a 20-minute walk away which is home to a country pub, and Tal-y-cafn Railway Station is 10 minutes’ drive. Guests are on the northern tip of the Snowdonia National Park, and the foot of Snowdon is just under an hour’s drive away. YHA Rowen is a 30-minute drive from Bangor and access to the historic Isle of Anglesey. Cyclists will find secure storage for bikes at the hostel, and there is a drying room for those caught out in the rain. There are many hiking and mountain biking routes in the immediate area. YHA Rowen also has a modern communal kitchen and a dining room and lounge area, both with original fireplaces. When not enjoying the great outdoors, guests can relax in the hostel’s gardens with beautiful views of the valley. Most rooms feature bunk beds. more

  • Hotel YHA Conwy Conwy

    With panoramic views of Snowdonia, YHA Conwy offer comfortable, budget friendly accommodations. The hostel’s 82 rooms are all en-suite. Towels are not provided, but can be rented for a nominal fee. Ideal for families, YHA Conwy features laundry facilities, gardens, activity rooms and an archery range. Free Wi-Fi is offered in communal areas. Guests can prepare meals in the large self-catering kitchen, pre-book a full English breakfast and purchase packed lunches. The hostel features a licensed bar and kids eat dinner free at the on-site restaurant. More dining options are available in Conwy, just a short walk or drive away. An economical base for walking or touring holidays, YHA Conwy is convenient to Conwy Castle and Snowdonia and just a short drive to the beach. Other attractions in the area include Aberconwy House, the oldest dated dwelling in Wales and the RSPB Nature Preserve. more

  • Hotel Tir Y Coed Conwy

    Surrounded by an acre of mature landscaped gardens in the pretty village of Rowen, with far reaching views of the mountains beyond, Tir y Coed sits just inside Snowdonia National Park, 4 miles from the World Heritage town of Conwy and its majestic Edwardian castle - the gateway to the North Wales coast. 2017 in Wales is the Year of Legends, building on the success of 2016 as the Year of Adventure, which saw North Wales nominated as one of the top four adventure destinations in the world by Lonely Planet's Best in Travel guide. We are the only UK region nominated, on the strength of attractions such as Surf Snowdonia, the world's largest artificial surfing lagoon (minutes away) and Zip World, where you can reach 100 mph on the longest zip wire in Europe. Great walks, world class golf and mountain biking facilities, unique steam train journeys, the National White Water centre for kayakers, and miles of pristine, often deserted, scenic roads are all part of the experience. So whether you want to find your inner Bradley Wiggins (or Jeremy Clarkson) climb a mountain or take a crash course in surfing (without worrying about whether there will even be any surf) it's on our doorstep. more

  • Hotel The Erskine Arms Conwy

    The Erskine Arms is a traditional Georgian coaching inn nestled within the medieval walls of Conwy, a stone’s throw from King Edward I’s imposing medieval fortress, Conwy Castle. The inn has 10 luxury ensuite guest bedrooms spread over 3 floors. The ground floor offers a relaxing pub where you can enjoy some fresh local food, great local ales and a glass or two of good quality wine. The Erskine is situated in the centre of the town with public parking easily available nearby and the train station opposite. The inn is within easy reach of the A55 and main road networks. Free wifi available and Welsh breakfast included in room rate. more

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