Situated between Snowdonia and the sea, Bodelwyddan (pronounced bod-el-with-an) is a Grade II listed Victorian ‘Castle’ looking out over its peaceful estate.
The scenery is just beautiful overlooking the Clywdian Mountains what else would you expect this close to Snowdonia and the coast? The area is famous for its gorgeous landscapes, crisp clean air, rugged coastline and mountainous national parks, Wales is the perfect walking environment. Bodelwyddan has a unique and fascinating history and is set right in the heart of it all; just a stone’s throw from the coast and a short drive away from Snowdonia and its own gorgeous 16 acres of grounds which backs onto a massive 260 acres of Victorian parkland – A castle whose art and history combine to tell many interesting stories to enchant its visitors.
Your stay is set within the grounds of a romantic castle, with turrets and towers that surround the area, but with all the amenities of a modern Hotel, including a superb range of leisure facilities, numerous daily activities, and nightly live entertainment.
All the comfortable en-suite bedrooms feature hairdryer, telephone, television and tea, coffee-making facilities. All the rooms have been given the welcoming factor to offer you nothing but a great night’s sleep – fancy a room upgrade? Call us to check the availability of the signatureand Royale rooms. These contemporary rooms offer bigger beds and chairs, a generously stocked tea tray, still & sparkling mineral water, a bottle of wine and savoury snack; a mini fridge, fluffy white robes to be used during your stay and a fine selection of toiletries.
Enjoy your breakfast and evening meals in the lovely St David’s restaurant where you’ll taste the best ingredients from Wales and around the country – Following your evening meals, head down to the newly refurbished Lowther Hall Cabaret Lounge, complete with an amazing gallery bar, offering fantastic views of our wonderful evening shows, with tiered seating adding to our firstclass entertainment experience.
On your free day you may choose to explore the historic house, discover fascinating histories, Victorian games and memorabilia, spend time in the WW1 room and enjoy the Welsh art collection – staying at Warners means you’ll get free entry into the Castle.
This morning we leave the hotel for a visit to the nearby picture-per-fect seaside resort of Llandudno, the Queens of Welsh resorts with its elegant promenade.
Enjoy the vintage charm of the Great Orme Tramway – you’ll be rewarded with a splendid view, Punch and Judy on the promenade or a Victorian-style afternoon tea. Whatever you choose to do you’ll be sure to have an amazing time.
Time to visit Chester – Its bewitching beauty and unique atmosphere make Chester one of Britain’s most popular places for an unforgettable day out – The ancient city is a truly breath-taking experience. Each chapter of Chester’s history is etched into the very fabric of the city.
The Old City has been a conservation area for more than 50 years and retains numerous well-preserved half-timbered houses, as well as the Rows, its magnificent two-tier medieval arcades. Add to this mix its attractive bridges, parks, and riverside walks, as well as excellent shopping.
Venue: Bodelwyddan Castle
5 Days, 4 Nights
Deposit £60 (non-refundable)
No single supplement
21 October 2019
5 days / 4 nights
Entertainment all nights
Lift to all floors