Llanrug, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 2AQ
Seiont Manor is situated in Snowdonia, amid some of the most beautiful scenery in north Wales. Created from the outbuildings of a Georgian manor house, this hotel is ideal for fishing on the River Seiont or walking the surrounding countryside. For those who want something more relaxing there is a 40-foot swimming pool, and if that’s still too active each room has its own terrace or balcony to get the most from those stunning views. This is a hotel for relaxation, with a talented team in the kitchen and a fine selection of European wines.
Seiont Manor is part of the following Editors' Picks:
"If you are looking for a piece of romantic rural escapism then Seiont Manor is the place. In the foothills of Snowdonia with a river flowing through the grounds, surrounded by farmland and lakes you are bound to find your own piece of paradise to pop the question. The spacious suites have balconies and on a clear day the peak of Snowdon is visible, whilst the fine dining experience is perfect for an intimate celebration after you’ve proposed."
"This attractive modern hotel stands in the grounds of an nineteenth-century manor house built by John Hughes, a naval doctor who had fought at Trafalgar. In 1810 Hughes commissioned a manor house above the Seiont Farm. It was subsequently owned by Lady Goronwy Owen, the first female High Sheriff of Caernarvonshire. Today the farm outbuildings of the manor house have been converted into hotel common areas while the manor currently stands empty."
"Snowdonia offers some of North Wales’ most magnificent vistas, not to mention mount Snowdon, the UK’s most frequently climbed mountain. Seiont Manor, set at the edge of the national park in 150 acres of grounds bisected by the River Seiont, blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape, it’s silver-grey stone hewn from the same rock that builds the ranges beyond. Inside, comfort abounds, from the heated indoor pool to the 28 rooms, each furnished with a balcony or small private terrace for capitalizing on the stunning views."
Information on Seiont Manor hotel , Llanrug , Caernarfon
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 18 Standard, 1 Twin, 2 Family, 3 Executive, 1 Four-Poster, 3 Jnr Suites
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £109.00
Suites from: £220.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 3 Red Stars, AA 2 Rosettes
DVD player, Direct dial telephone, Flat screen TV, Satellite channels, Complimentary broadband internet access, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, iron & board, trouser press, bathrobes, Safe, hairdryer, Tea & coffee making facilities, mineral water
Gardens, Indoor swimming pool, Award-winning restaurant, Conservatory, lounge, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 5 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 100 delegates, Heli-pad, Private dining
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Archery, Clay shooting, Fishing
Golf, White water rafting, Horse riding, Mountain walking
|Local directions:||The Hotel is easily accessable from the M6 via the M56 connecting with the A55 Expressway from Bangor. From Telford follow the A5 up to Bangor. If you are travelling from Cardiff, follow the A487 to Caernarfon. The hotel is three miles from Caernarfon on the A4086.|
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Nearest railway stn:
Bangor (8 miles)
Manchester (70 miles)
Bangor (8 miles)
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Sun 01 Mar 2015 – Sun 31 May 2015
This spring we have created a heritage break giving you the chance to enjoy an overnight stay, breakfast, dinner and pre-dinner glass of wine.
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