Stay in a Unique 17th Century Country House in North Wales

November 13, 2019


Bodysgallen Hall is a quintessential award-winning Welsh Country House Hotel and Restaurant located in over 220 acres of National Trust gardens


Standing in over 220 acres of its own parkland to the south of Llandudno with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conway Castle, Bodysgallen Hall provides all that is best in country house hospitality. This 17th century house has been sympathetically restored by Historic House Hotels since 1980 and was given to the National Trust in 2008.


A stay at Bodysgallen Hall is a unique experience. The many public rooms, bedrooms, cottages and gardens all provide a wonderful country house experience. Two of the finest rooms are the large entrance hall and first floor drawing room both with oak panelling, splendid fireplaces and stone mullioned windows. They are furnished with antiques and fine pictures.


Start the day with a hearty Welsh breakfast in The Dining Room restaurant, also serving lunch and dinner. The South Dining Room, the Library, Bar and, on the first floor, the oak panelled Drawing Room are public rooms in the main Hall. Guests can grab a magazine or book and curl up by an open fireplace while enjoying spectacular views outside.


Bodysgallen Hall have Wales’s greatest gardens in a hotel. Here guests can explore over 220 acres. Beautiful gardens include a rare 17th century parterre of box hedges filled with sweet-scented herbs, a rockery with a cascade, a walled rose garden, and several follies.


Bodysgallen Hall is home to 31 spacious bedrooms split between the house and cottage suites. Each of the bedrooms has been individually furnished in a traditional style and decorated with antique furniture and works of art enjoying glorious views over Bodysgallen’s parkland and gardens. Sixteen cottages, with picturesque names like Pineapple Lodge, Castle View and Gingerbread House are situated in the grounds and provide self-contained accommodation for guests preferring a greater degree of privacy.


The Dining Room awarded 3 AA Rosettes, in the main Hall overlooks the gardens and is the perfect setting for enjoying the imaginative Welsh menus created by Head Chef John Williams.


Bodysgallen Spa with its swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna, steam room and Club Room is the ideal place to relax.


Llandudno is the undisputed ‘Queen’ of the Welsh resorts and retains its period dignity. Llandudno’s sense of harmony extends to its geography. The main North Shore Beach is perfectly framed by two headlands, the Great Orme and Little Orme. The casual walker can enjoy walks on the Llandudno Pier. Venue Cymru stages everything from opera to comedy events. Many visitors will be happy to sit on the beach with a coffee to the sound of the sea. The Welsh National Opera will visit Llandudno at Venue Cymru again in March 2020.


The great half-price break offer: Available until 31st March 2020 (excludes 23rd December to 2nd January 14th-16th February 2020) this break includes accommodation, cooked breakfast, a three-course candlelit dinner, plus full use of the Spa. Tuesday-Sunday from £226 per room, based on two sharing a double room, single occupancy from £153.  Monday night when a simpler menu is served from £84.50pp (double occupancy), from £124.50 (single).  No minimum stay required. Llandudno, North Wales, LL30 1RS Tel: +44 (0)1492 584 466

B&B priced from £190.00 per night based on two sharing

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