Looking for somewhere to stay in North Wales?
Tourists coming to North Wales are now spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation.
Many British people still associate a holiday in Wales with a seaside stay in a dilapidated Victorian hotel that has seen much better days and some soggy Fish’n’Chips, but the region has come a long way since then. Along with the huge range of fantastic food festivals and stellar outdoor activities that are now on offer, you can choose from a dazzling array of accommodation options so there truly is something for everyone.
Check out our top picks of places to stay in North Wales (from Visit North Wales) to get some inspiration for your next trip here:
For Campers: Gwern Gof Isaf
Opened in 1906, Gwern Gof Isap is one of the longest running campsites in Wales which has been run by the same family ever since.
Henry Williams’ great grandmother was the first member of the clan to open their farm to travellers, setting an example of hospitality that her descendants have continued to this day. Now run by the 8th generation of Williams, the campsite is one of a very few campsites in the country that is open 365 days a year.
Where? Nr Conwy, LL24 03U How much? £6pppn
For Glampers: Wild Wellingtons
For those not wanting to sleep too rough and who prefer a solid roof over their head, as opposed to a flimsy piece of material, glamping is the new alternative that is fast becoming massively popular for younger families who might find sleeping in a tent too much of a hassle.
There are only two ‘geo-domes’ at Wild Wellingtons which means that there’s never a queue to use the ample facilities there which include a newly built indoor cooking/fire area, children’s play area with trampoline and even a little football field.
Where? Ceredigion, SA44 6PS How much? From £250pn for an entire ‘Geo-dome’ (see site for details)
For Home Comforts: Y Bwthyn Llwyd
Of course, when ‘geo-domes’ won’t quite suffice and you just want some peace and quiet, self-catered accommodations provide a home from home experience that might make you want to never leave!
Whilst there are tonnes of holiday homes to choose from all with their own quirks, we’ve chosen Y Bwythyn Llwyd in Menai Bridge for its fantastic location, sleek presentation and brill facilities. There’s a Waitrose nearby as well as village shops and you’re just a short drive away from the Michelin-starred Sosban and the Old Butchers.
Where? Menai Bridge How much? From £75pn
For 4-Star Service: Castle Hotel
If you’re looking for a real pampering experience then perhaps its best for you to stay in one of Wales’ premier hotels. Named for the imposing 13th Century castle that lords over the coastal town of Conwy, this four-star town house hotel has been awarded a AA Rosette for culinary excellence in addition to many others.
Whether you choose to say in a cosy Club Double room or a Superior Historic Four-Poster Double you’ll find that the service you receive will be uniformly brilliant, just make sure that you remember to explore the rest of the town!
Where? Conwy How much? From £130pn for a double room (including breakfast)