Luxury & Charming Pubs with Rooms in Wales

A proud and independent nation where the Welsh language is the first language of many, particularly in the north and west. There is a strong tradition of choral singing, and the Welsh love of music in all its forms. Literature and poetry is also manifest in the large number of eisteddfods, a tradition going back at least eight centuries. The decline in the Welsh mining industry has now resulted in tourism being the most important industry. Set out below are luxury and charming pubs with rooms in Wales The Nags Head Inn, Montgomery and The Lowfield Inn, Welshpool are listed below.
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This pet-friendly inn has five stunning en-suite bedrooms, designed by international fashion and home furnishings business Laura Ashley, helping maintain its Visit Wales rating and making it a relaxing place to stay, whether on business, exploring nearby historic sites or the unspoiled countryside.
A newly rebuilt but traditional in style country pub. Excellent freshly cooked food influenced by all types of cuisine but sourced as locally as possible. Very informal style - no ties required! - comfortable, friendly and homely but with high levels of service and standards. Rooms are clean and well furnished to a high standard. 5* rating from Quality in Tourism. Perfectly placed for access to Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Telford or the Welsh coast.
The Hand at Llanarmon, standing in the heart of the stunning Upper Ceiriog Valley in the North Wales Borderlands, is a classic British Inn & Spa, serving superb food with flair, generosity and informality.
We strive to provide a personal service. From the moment you arrive our friendly inn staff are always on hand to assist and share their local knowledge. Since the early 16th Century The Black Boy Inn hotel has been welcoming weary travellers and visitors to the Town of Caernarfon and region of Snowdonia. Some things don't change, whether you want to drink, dine or unwind, you will find The Black Boy Inn the perfect base to explore the beautiful Snowdonia Mountains of North Wales and Angles...
The Gladstone is based on the beautiful North Wales coast and brings you a great place to eat, drink and stay. With great food and views, it goes beyond your normal b&b what's more it is just off junction 16 of the the A55 North Wales trunk road and is only 3 miles from the historic town of Conwy with it's castle and ancient walls and fantastic shopping in boutique style shops. The Gladstone is an ideal location to stop over when travelling to Ireland via the Stenna Line ferries at Holyhead.
The Pheasant at Neenton is a quintessential country inn serving some of the finest food in Shropshire, with local real ales and a wine list full of interest. Nestled below Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire's highest point, it lies midway between Bridgnorth and Ludlow, ideal for visiting Shropshire's many attractions or walking in the beautiful Shropshire Hills AONB.
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Traditional country inn offering home cooked food and quality guest accommodation.
The award-winning Cholmondeley Arms sits at the heart of Lord Cholmondeley's estate in Cheshire. This iconic pub was completely restored by pub entrepreneurs, Tim Bird and Mary Mclaughlin, who operate several award-winning pubs in the county. The 'Chum' (as the pub is nicknamed) was an old Victorian schoolhouse and has six bedrooms in the adjacent 'Headmaster's House'.
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