Bodysgallen Hall is set in 200 acres of award-winning gardens and wooded parkland, accessed by a long winding drive. Situated just 2 miles from J19 on the A55 expressway and 2 miles from Llandudno. The hotel is renowned for its fine dining restaurant awarded 3 AA Rosettes and tranquil health and beauty Spa.
What makes a stay at Bodysgallen Hall Hotel, Restaurant & Spa unique?
The hotel offers a quintessential country house experience in an authentic historical setting, having the ambience of a well-run private house with welcoming staff and the highest standards of hospitality. This Grade 1 listed 17th century house enjoys spectacular views across its award-winning gardens to Conwy Castle and Snowdonia. Guests can stay in one of the 15 beautifully appointed bedrooms and suites in the main house, or choose to stay in the delightful Welsh stone cottages situated around the Hall and the Spa. There are gardens to explore: the walled rose garden, rare 18th century parterre, rock garden with cascade and potager garden, and a labyrinth of woodland walks. Or, find total relaxation and pampering in the Bodysgallen Spa.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Bodysgallen Hall Hotel, Restaurant & Spa?
Bodysgallen Hall has 15 beautifully appointed bedrooms and four Principal Suites in the main house, and 16 delightful Welsh stone cottages around the Hall or near to the Spa, offering comfort and all modern conveniences. The rooms are individually designed in a traditional country house style and decorated with fine prints and collectables. Guests will find each room has a Roberts radio, flat screen satellite TV, tea/coffee making facilities, and views over the estate.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Llandudno area?
The Victorian seaside town of Llandudno lies just 2 miles from the hotel offering a fine promenade, Venue Cymru theatre and events hall, shops, pubs and cafes. Guests can take a tram ride up the Great Orme, home to the oldest copper mine, and enjoy views across North Wales and out to sea. Guests also love visiting medieval Conwy with its Castle, Telford's Suspension Bridge, the Smallest House and much more within this ancient walled town. Further afield there are mountains, lakes, a coastal path along rocky and sandy beaches, castles and National Trust properties such as Bodnant Garden or Plas Newydd, to explore.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast in the hotel dining room, with freshly cooked to order dishes using the best local produce, or a continental option. The award-winning Head Chef John Williams creates imaginative menus for lunch and dinner using locally sourced produce and seasonal organic fruit and vegetables grown on the estate. The restaurant has been awarded consistently 3 AA Rosettes. Guests also love the traditional afternoon tea served in oak-paneled drawing room or library, or on warmer days on the sun terrace overlooking the gardens. A short drive away are local pubs and independent restaurants offering informal dining.
Bodysgallen Hall is one of three Historic House Hotels, now owned by the National Trust following donation in 2008 to protect their long term future. All profits benefit the Trust and further their projects.