Taking a walking holiday and don’t want to leave the luxury of your home behind? The Historic Hotels of Europe have got you covered. There are 47 hotels in Wales who belong to the association, from city boutique to country manors, and they all have one thing in common, exceptional quality. Explore the beauty of the Welsh coastline taking in the South West corner of Wales’ Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Great places to stay and unwind within close range of the great walking trails include the St Bride’s Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot. A seaside hotel, its the best place to relax after your day’s walking with stunning seascapes to enjoy.
For the discerning traveller looking for a countryside haven to unwind and take a seat back there’s just one place to go. The Bodysgallen Hall and Spa (Llandudno) is the ideal staging post for exploring Llandudno and medieval Conwy. The well-apportioned hotel dates back to the 17th Century and has majestic well-tended gardens for you to walk and in which to lose yourself. Fine dining and top class customer service are the hallmarks of a stay at this magnificent hotel. The spa and wellness centre provides for a place to take care of your body as well as your mind in a relaxing atmosphere.
Wales’ best known natural feature is its highest mountain, Snowdonia. If you are into mountain climbing, then Snowdonia is one place you have to visit. Located in the Snowdonia National Park there is more than just mountain climbing to enjoy. Other activities include underground abseiling and caving, as well as the opportunity to abseil down to the lowest point in Britain, underground! Stay at the Ty’n Rhos (Caernarfon), and you are well placed to enjoy Snowdonia as well as the seaside, all within reach.
Spoil the country lover in you and book your next adventure to Wales. Choose the best hotel and activities by going to the Countries & Hotels page and choose Wales.