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Enjoy The Great Outdoors And Indoors This Winter At Bodysgallen

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Standing in award-winning gardens and parkland to the south of Llandudno with spectacular views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, Bodysgallen Hall provides all that is best in country house hospitality and is the ideal hotel for a winter escape. Here are some outdoor and indoor moments to experience this winter.

Explore Llandudno
Llandudno is a perfectly preserved Victorian seaside resort enclosed by the headlands of the Great Orme and Little Orme. Take a ride up the Great Orme by cable railway or cabin lift to capture the views. Conwy is without doubt the best-preserved medieval town in Wales. Boasting a rich heritage and a unique atmosphere,

Conwy, the gateway to Snowdonia is guarded by its imposing castle and is reached via the bridge over the Conwy estuary. All this just a 10-minute drive from Bodysgallen Hall.

Discover Bodysgallen Hall’s gardens
Bodysgallen Hall is surrounded by over 200 acres of its own parkland and beautiful gardens – both manicured and wild. The 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. Several woodland walks enhance the outdoor experience. The additional highlight of a kitchen garden providing the freshest of ingredients for the dining menus, with an abundance of seasonal foliage for in house arrangements.

Visit a National Trust House and Garden
Plas Newydd is home to an enchanting mansion and gardens on the shore of the Menai Straits on Anglesey, just 27 minutes from Bodysgallen Hall. The gardens will reopen in November. Having been at serious risk in the 1990s, the red squirrel population on Anglesey is now the largest in Wales and there are over 100 thriving at Plas Newydd. Something to look out for over an afternoon stroll.

Relax with afternoon tea
The main entrance to Bodysgallen Hall is the ideal place to sit in front of the historic and welcoming fireplace after entering a beautifully ancient door. This is also a place to enjoy afternoon tea. In fact, afternoon tea can be taken in various areas of the hall including in the library and drawing room. Bodysgallen’s Traditional Afternoon Tea includes a selection of finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, cakes and pastries and a choice of freshly prepared teas.

Dine in an award-winning restaurant
The Dining Room, awarded 3 AA Rosettes, in the main Hall, overlooks the gardens and is the perfect setting for enjoying imaginative menus featuring local Welsh produce. Main course dishes include ‘Local Sea Bass’; Butter poached local wild sea bass, barbequed aubergine, polenta, razor clams, langoustine sauce. ‘Welsh Lamb’; Slow cooked loin of Welsh lamb, fondant potato, braised tongue, parsnip cream, pak choi. Vegetarian dishes are served and vegan menus are available on request.

Guests can enjoy modern comforts in the 15 individually decorated bedrooms (including four Principal Suites) in the main Hall or in the 16 cottage suites located next to the main house or near the Bodysgallen Spa for additional privacy. Covid-19 safety measures for guests and staff are in place.

A stay in North Wales at Bodysgallen Hall & Spa is the ideal way to unwind this winter with plenty of space inside and out.
North Wales
LL30 1RS
+44 (0)1492 584 466

B&B priced from £215.00 per night based on two sharing

Special offer
40% discount from the tariff bed and breakfast rates, starting from just £129 for two people sharing a classic double room.

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