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Conwy Luxury Country House Hotel, Finest Quality Bed and Breakfast Accommodation North Wales

Welcome to the Old Rectory Country House

The panoramic views from the gardens are reason enough for staying at this charming Old Rectory in Llansanffraid Glan Conwy, the first graded '5 star Guest Accommodation' in North Wales.

Autumn and Spring Offers. Quote HWP Offer.

Stay 3 nights for the price 2 in a premier room - equates to from £89.90 a room a night for two.

Stay 2 nights in a premier room get the 2nd night at half price - equates to from £99.90 a room a night for two.

Both offers includes an A.A. Breakfast Award for a ‘Really special breakfast’ freshly cooked for you

Snowdonia Vistas in Spring

Its hillside perch overlooks the grand sweep of the Conwy Estuary, historic Conwy Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia. There are many things to delight the eye in this elegant Georgian Style Luxury Country House. Comfortable rooms abound with paintings and antiques.

The Vaughan's have created a calm, relaxing, unfussy atmosphere and have been granted many highly regarded awards and classifications which can be seen here. It is an ideal centre for touring North Wales, Bodnant Gardens, Betws-y-coed, and the Victorian seaside spa of Llandudno and historic Conwy.

Acknowledged as a World Heritage Site, Conwy in North Wales is a truly memorable place to visit. The well-preserved medieval town walls, with 22 towers and three gateways, are unique in Wales. The castle itself is remarkable. Its imposing grey battlements form a stark contrast to the colourful scene of the harbour with its graceful yachts and fishing boats. The suspension bridge built by Thomas Telford is equally impressive and there are many more architectural reminders of the town's historic past.

Other attractions include river cruises, pony trekking, the smallest house in Britain the magnificent Elizabethan town house Plas Mawr and the art gallery of the Royal Cambrian Academy.

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