A Place to Stay; Where to Stay in Wales So you want a trip to Wales? Here are two cosy places that may just fit the bill!
Wolfscastle Country Hotel – Situated 15 minutes from Haverfordwest in the Pembrokeshire countryside with 20 en-suite bedrooms which offer a unique blend of rural charm, heritage & contemporary design. Wolfscastle Country Hotel is the perfect place for families & walkers to relax. Benefit from the great location and explore the Pembrokeshire National Park with its beaches and activities such as horse riding, fishing, golfing, cycling, surfing kayaking and coasteering. They have recently won the best dog friendly hotel in Pembrokeshire! Relax in the 2 rosette Allt Yr Afon restaurant serving locally sourced food from local suppliers to create imaginative fine dining dishes, afternoon teas and hearty Sunday lunches. https://wolfscastle.com/
The Hand at Llanarmon is an ancient hostelry in the Ceiriog Valley,Llangollen with all the attributes you’d expect – bags of character, a cosy, relaxing ambience and a warm welcome. All the classic ingredients are here – old beams, roaring fireplaces, a casual mix-and-match of pine and oak furniture, real ale and good food. The Hand is renowned for award-winning food; an inventive marriage of country fare and sophisticated metropolitan cuisine. The bedrooms have all been decorated to a high standard and boast sparkling modern bathrooms, satellite TV and all the amenities that you would expect from a country house hotel. Walk in the Berwyns for hours with only the sheep for company and the Hand can arrange country pursuits, including horse riding, fishing and shooting. And to complete your stay, why not book a bespoke experience at their new Spa. www.thehandhotel.co.uk
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