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There is a wide choice of 17 hotels available to book in Gwynedd. To find out full details about any of the 17 Gwynedd hotels shown below just click on the 'more details' icon. To visit the hotels website for booking information, latest offers and availability use the 'Booking Info' or 'Availability' icons.

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Gwesty Maes Y Neuadd Hotel - This 14th-century Welsh manor is on a hillside on Snowdonia, with fabulous views of the mountains and coast. The on-site restaurant serves local produce from its kitchen-garden. Some bedrooms at Gwesty Maes Y Neuadd Hotel have antiques, 16th-century beams and high ceilings. There are 2 historic 14th-century rooms. In summer, morning coffee and afternoon tea can be served on the terrace with views of Mount Snowdon and the sea. The hotel is a good base for exploring Snowdonia, the North Wales coast and historic castles.
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Maes Y Neuadd,
Talsarnau,
Gwynedd
LL47 6YA

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The Grapes Hotel - Set within a beautiful Grade II listed building, dating back to the 17th century, this charming hotel boasts an idyllic setting in the village of Maentwrog, at the very heart of Snowdonia's National Park. Traditional, warm and comfortable, The Grapes Hotel is renowned for its home-cooked food, real ales and wonderful accommodation in North Wales. It provides the ideal base from which to enjoy a range of country pursuits, including walking, cycling and horse-riding. Each of the bedrooms at The Grapes has been recently refurbished to provide all modern comforts required for a comfortable and relaxing stay, whilst still retaining their original period features. Real log fires provide an inviting and cosy atmosphere for the cold winter evenings.
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Maentwrog,
Talsarnau,
Gwynedd
LL41 4HN

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Bodysgallen Hall and Spa - Bodysgallen Hall and Spa is a distinguished 17th-century hall set in 200 acres of parkland, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, free Wi-Fi and an award-winning restaurant. The spa has a large swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa bath, relaxation room and club room. There are also 5 beauty and holistic therapy salons staffed by qualified therapists providing treatments using Anne Semonin, Decleor, CACI, Jessica, and St. Tropez products (additional cost). The luxurious guestrooms all have views over the gardens and parkland, and some with far reaching views to Conwy Castle and Snowdonia mountains. Nestling in the grounds are the private cottages; some have their own private gardens and some are in close proximity to the spa. The award-winning restaurant, The Dining Room, offers freshly prepared food, made using locally sourced produce and has received 3 AA Rosettes. Situated in the former coach house, Bistro 1620 is a restaurant offering innovative, affordable and modern food. Traditional afternoon tea and light refreshments can also be enjoyed in the hall, library and bar.
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Pentywyn Road,
Deganwy,
Gwynedd
LL30 1RS

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Estuary Lodge - Set in Snowdonia National Park, the family-run Estuary offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and a stylish bistro. With scenic views and elegant bedrooms, there is also a coffee shop. The Estuary boasts 10 en suite rooms, all of which are located on the ground floor. Rooms are individually decorated with luxurious fabrics and natural colours, and each has a TV with DVD player, work desk and tea/coffee facilities. The Estuary Bistro serves a delicious menu featuring fresh, local produce. The Coffee Shop offers traditional coffees, a selection of snacks and indulgent homemade cakes. Full English breakfasts are also available daily. Located approximately 4 miles North of Harlech, The Estuary is within reach of Portmeirion and the Llechwedd caverns. The hotel is centrally placed for exploring Snowdonia's beautiful mountains and coast, and the friendly staff can help with planning trips and guided tours.
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Stryd Fawr,
Talsarnau,
Gwynedd
LL47 6TA

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Tynycornel Hotel - With a magnificent location, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty and dramatic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, the Tynycornel Hotel looks out over its own 222-acre fishing lake. With the majestic mountains of Cader Idris reflected in its waters, Tal-y-Llyn Lake is more than a scenic asset; the hotel owns the lake, which is noted for its superb fishing. Tynycornel was a well-known fishing hostelry as early as 1800 and guests enjoy priority access to Tal-y-Llyn's prized waters, together with fine river fishing. Sensitively refurbished, Tynycornel is a solid, traditional building, rich in original character and traditional charm. The en suite rooms have splendid lakeside or garden views and guests can also stay in the adjacent accommodation, converted from old farm buildings. All rooms have TVs, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities. There is a spacious lounge overlooking the lake and the quiet bar and restaurant both offer a high standard of cuisine with an extensive wine list.
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Talyllyn,
Dolgellau,
Gwynedd
LL36 9AJ

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Y Beuno - Rich in original character and traditional charm, this beautifully preserved Grade II listed building offers good food, local welsh ales, 4-star guest accommodation and views over Caernarfon Bay. Y Beuno was reopened in 2007 after extensive refurbishment of the bar areas. It has been carefully and thoughtfully decorated, keeping many original features, such as the wooden floors, ceiling beams and a roaring open fire. Each luxurious and individually decorated en suite room has its own unique character. All rooms have TVs, DVD players, individually controlled heating and tea/coffee making facilities. Charming extras are included, such as homemade biscuits, bottled water, morning newspapers and luxury toiletries. The sea views of Caernarfon Bay from the front bedrooms are simply breathtaking. Fine dining has long been a tradition and the award-winning chef makes great use of the finest, freshest seasonal produce available locally, including crab, lobster and fish caught daily in Caernarfon Bay.
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Clynnog Fawr,
Nefyn,
Gwynedd
LL54 5PB

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Brynllydan Hotel & Restaurant - A haven of peace and tranquillity, this family run residence is immersed within 7 acres of private grounds on a secluded hillside setting, boasting spectacular views of Snowdonia's National Park. Overlooking the Vale of Glaslyn to some of the highest mountains in England and Wales, including Mount Snowdon, the area is well known for walking, climbing and mountain biking, as well as game fishing, cycling and golf, making staying here an ideal base for touring the area. In the evenings you can relax in the friendly atmosphere of the hotel's licensed restaurant. Serving a selection of freshly-cooked meals and a traditional Sunday lunch, the restaurant is popular with both residents and locals.
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Penrhyndeudraeth,
Porthmadog,
Gwynedd
LL48 6DU

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Seiont Manor Hotel - Situated on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, Seiont Manor offers spacious bedrooms with scenic views. Surrounded by 150 acres of farmland, the hotel features a modern restaurant and fitness centre. All rooms feature an en suite bathroom and a private balcony or terrace with river, garden or mountain views. All rooms offer free luxury toiletries, complimentary mineral water and free Wi-Fi access. Tea and coffee facilities are also available. Set in a Georgian stone farmhouse, The Seiont Manor Hotel features a cosy library with an open fire and 2 elegant guest lounges. The River Seiont flows through the ample grounds, where there is a fresh herb garden. The Llwyn y Brain Restaurant serves seasonal, local produce and a modern British menu. There is also a stylish Conservatory for informal light meals and full afternoon teas. The impressive breakfast menu offers fresh cooked options and indulgent speciality dishes. Seiont Manor Hotel features a grand Victorian swimming pool. There is also a fully-equipped modern gym and sauna. Fishing and walking activities are available locally, and Bangor town is just 5 minutes' drive. Caernarfon castle is just 4 miles away, and Angelsey can be reached in 10 minutes.
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Llanrug,
Y Felinheli,
Gwynedd
LL55 2AQ

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Royal Sportsman Hotel - This family-run, 2 AA Rosette-winning home-from-home is the only hotel in Porthmadog. It offers modern cuisine, and a bar with locally brewed cask ales. The full-service Royal Sportsman Hotel is at the quieter end of Porthmadog High Street, by the A487 and A497 roads. The Tourist Information Centre and the Picture Postcard Walk can be reached on foot. Peppino's restaurant is included in the Good Food Guide, and is open daily for breakfast, lunch and evening meals, including traditional Sunday lunches. Lorenzo's lounge serves tea, shortbread and Welsh cream teas. Within walking distance of The Royal Sportsman is the heritage Ffestiniog Railway terminal. Train rides head across the Glaslyn Estuary and through Snowdonia to Blaenau Ffestiniog. The Royal Sportsman is rated 3 stars by the AA and Visit Wales. It was built with local slate, and the bar and lounge have original stone and slate fireplaces.
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131 High Street,
Porthmadog,
Gwynedd
LL49 9HB

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George III - Set on the banks of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary, this charming hotel is immersed within the spectacular scenery of the Cader Idris and Snowdonian mountain ranges. A haven of peace and tranquillity, George III is situated in the small hamlet of Penmaenpool which is 2.5 miles from Dolgellau and 9 miles from Barmouth. The surroundings are ideal for a host of country pursuits, including rambling, mountain biking, fishing and golfing. After a long day of exploring the area you can return to the George's welcoming restaurant, serving wonderful home-made food, prepared using the freshest local produce wherever possible.
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Penmaenpool,
Dolgellau,
Gwynedd
LL40 1YD

If you would prefer more space or the flexibility of a self catering holiday in Gwynedd then why not have a look at the large choice of apartments, cottages, lodges and holiday caravans available in Gwynedd. If you are looking for a lower cost alternative to hotels then you may like to consider a Gwynedd B&B or hostel.

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