Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages.
FREE cancellation on most rooms! Instant confirmation when you reserve
Hotel Indigo - Cardiff is located in Cardiff, 656 feet from St David's Hall and 984 feet from Cardiff Castle. The hotel has a terrace and fitness center, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Staff were really friendly and helpful. Decor quirky. Great atmosphere and convenient location.
Built by a visionary architect in 1925, Portmeirion Village & Castell Deudraeth overlooks the beautiful Dywryd Estaury. Location, comfort, amenity, responsive staff.
Talardy Hotel by Marston’s Inns offers attractive en suite accommodations in St Asaph, North Wales. The management was extremely helpful accommodating all ours needs, even though we were a very large wedding party.
Located within Snowdonia National Park, Aberdunant Hall Country Hotel is a 17th-century property set within 200-acres of woodland on an beautiful upmarket Holiday Home Park. The hotel is great, but the setting is unreal! Fantastic views!
Located in Gwynedd, in the market town of Dolgellau, the Royal Ship hotel features a restaurant and free Wi-Fi in public areas. The market town is part of the Snowdonia National Park. Great attention to detail and wonderful service. Rooms spotless and decorated incredibly well
The Priory is nestled within the historic town of Caerleon on the River Usk. Dating back to 1180, this hotel was originally a Cistercian monastery. The hotel lived up to my expectation. A very good location . A great place for people watching ,as its very busy. Beautiful gardens ,& lots of history surrounding the town.
With 125 air-conditioned bedrooms, Holiday Inn Express Newport is a modern hotel, offering ample free private parking and free WiFi throughout. The hotel is in an excellent location for visiting the surrounding areas including Cardiff. Breakfast is excellent even if the orange juice could benefit from a little bit more orange. Second time that we have stayed in order to watch a sporting event in Cardiff and this time we got to visit the Christmas markets as well. Friendly staff and overall a great place to stay
The Black Boy is a 16th-century inn within Caernarfon's historic town walls. The young staff were highly motivated, well trained, and always near at hand when we needed them. We really enjoyed them chatting amongst themselves in Welsh, which they told us was their preferred language when they were not interacting with the hotel guests. The Black Boy Inn absolutely exudes charm and atmosphere from the moment one catches a glimpse of it along its narrow street just inside the castle walls. The outdoor patio in front of the inn doubles as an extension of the bar and as an additional lunch venue, but one really gets swept back into time upon going through the front door into the narrow beamed hallway. Everything is on a reduced scale, built for people in the 1500s who were a lot shorter than we are today. That said, there is plenty of room for modern folks, provided that they avoid the numerous low beams that are sprinkled throughout on one floor or another--but that's part of the fun of staying at the Black Boy! My wife and I had room 23 on the top floor overlooking the front of the building, and slanting roof beams went right through our room, making the approach to our bed area somewhat of a gymnastic exercise. Again, no complaints here. We loved the reminders of the over five hundred years that this charming inn had witnessed. If the owners had chosen to remove the beams and "modernize" the look, something significant would have been lost. Lastly, we would like to commend the management of the Black Boy Inn for the efficient and unobtrusive way in which everything just gets taken care of. There is an unmistakable esprit de corps amongst the entire staff, and it gives a lift to your mood even if the rain is pouring outside (which it did off and on during our stay). We are looking forward to returning to the Black Boy in the near future.
With wonderful views out over Tenby Bay, The Park Hotel offers beautiful cliff top terraces and gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. The staff was very helpful as this was our first visit to Wales The views were breath taking
This renowned hotel features one of the most breathtaking views and marine locations in Wales, overlooking Cardigan Bay, the rugged coastline, the Teifi Estuary and the broad sweep of Poppit Sands. WE were driven around the area by friends who live locally. Such an interesting area. Would quite like to live there myself.
This hotel in Wales has been booked 726 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 1226 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 1271 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 861 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 862 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 742 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 863 times
This hotel in Wales has been booked 1711 times
I used Llandovery as a base to mostly go out driving around the Brecon Beacons and mid Wales countryside. There would be plenty to do for outdoorsy people, beautiful scenery and plenty of places to walk.
Interesting town and beautiful setting. The castle was fun to tour, loved the marketplace, and all the fun restaurants. We ate at the Stones (excellent) and the Tiniest Pub in Wales (good) Loved our B & B Victoria House. Everything about it was excellent!
Lovely coastal town in friendly, quaint Wales. The walk along the beach promenade to the point with the old castle ruins is relaxing and amazing at the same time. The Marine hotel was very comfortable, reasonable, and the food was above average. Highly recommend this town for a quiet and relaxing getaway.
The hotel was a great and the rooms was really clean and lovely , John and Ricky were good hosts and John was really welcoming when my and husband got to nothing was to much for him the view from the room was fantastic and the view of the lake at was good next time we go to Wales I would stay here again if could say if there was a number from 1 to 10, I would rate at 10 out 10 thank John and Ricky for a lovely weekend from mick and Sandra Jones. Getting around tal-y-llyn was easy .
Set in beautiful scenery, Porthmadog is a great place to explore the mountains and beaches of that part of Wales. The town itself provides for all needs though eating at night is restricted and not great. Plenty of attractions for kids within driving distance, but don't go without a car.
Aber has a variety of things to do. Some good restaurants and shops. Lovely sea views and stunning sunsets. A great base for exploring mid Wales.
Seems to have everything for every age group and is close to all of north Wales beauty, victim of its own success as stuffed to the gills with tourists at peak times.
Builth is approximately the geographical centre of Wales, which means that one can have many "one-day" expeditions by car to interesting places. We visited Aberystwyth and rode on the Vale of Rheidol steam train; the Elan Valley reservoirs and enjoyed a long walk by the water; had lunch in Bishop's Castle in Shropshire, and drove miles through the beautiful Welsh hills. Builth is a small village/town on the River Wye. It has a limited selection of restaurants, but there are several in the near countryside.
Llandudno is nice and laid back, but I can,t understand why there are more places to eat in the immediate town centre. But I won,t use any other location in North Wales to tour Snowdonia as a lone traveler that is
If you wish to explore Snowdonia, Harlech is the perfect spot to drive out from and then come back to to enjoy sunset over the Irish Sea. It doesn't suffer from too many visitors and yet has everything one needs on a vacation in Northern Wales. Close to Mt. Snowdon and on the coast with beaches.
9.0 Wonderful 1,124 reviews
Very well situated for watching Wales Rally GB. Arrived rather late around 10pm (after terrible traffic through Birmingham) but still made to feel welcome. Early start next morning meant we would miss breakfast but hotel offered a complimentary packed lunch which was great, especially considering we were on a room only rate. Room very nice with comfortable beds and adequate bath/shower with plenty of hot water on tap. Hospitality tray with tea / coffee / hot chocolate and REAL (non-UHT) milk.
9.6 Exceptional 257 reviews
Delicious English (or should I say Welsh!) breakfast with quality ingredients. Warm hosts made the stay like a home from home and they are very helpful and knowledgeable about the area. I've holidayed in Criccieth for years and this part of town is, in my view, the best location and is great for visiting all around Snowdonia and North Wales. There is no parking dedicated to the hotel but we did not have any problem parking outside even in mid-August.
8.9 Excellent 286 reviews
The owner was great. At one point during our stay, we were the only ones in the hotel (it was the end of the season before school started). Bed was pretty big for Wales/England standards (bigger than a double...believe it was almost a King sized bed). The decor was different, but cool. The food from the restaurant was very good (he cooked just for us one night).
8.8 Excellent 373 reviews
We chose the hotel for the excellent location. It was not far too travel to all the places of interest in North Wales. There was little or no traffic noise from the road, so we slept well. Breakfast was good, and the service excellent. There was adequate parking for all the guests, and the walk into town was easy. We would stay there again.
9.0 Wonderful 374 reviews
We stayed three days at St. David's Hotel and it was lovely, from the surroundings, to the wonderful staff and food ~ definitely worth the price. The property is in city centre and has beautiful views of the garden, church, and green fields around the city. A must see for your travelers of SouthWest Wales.
8.7 Excellent 192 reviews
The manor was well appointed, great location, and very quiet . Our breakfast was excellent as was the service. We will definitely return to the Manor on our next trip to Wales. The packet of information in our room lead us to the Ty Gwyn hotel for a great meal and Welsh singing on Friday night. The Gregory’s
9.5 Exceptional 266 reviews
Western Wales and St. David were wonderful and historic. The hotel was an easy walk to town with shops, pubs and restaurants. The hotel is new and well furnished with lots of contemporary art. The staff is very friendly, courteous and helpful to a fault. Be sure to tour the Bishops palace and the cathedral.
9.6 Exceptional 239 reviews
A wonderful hotel just beyond the old city walls of Conwy. Room was very comfortable with a beautiful view of the bay and castle walls. Delicious breakfast. The owner has an excellent knowledge of north Wales and is a great resource about where to go and what to see.
9.6 Exceptional 222 reviews
The owners of this guest house are a pleasant to meet. The guest house is clean, good location and the home made breakfast was brilliant, much better than those served in a chain hotel. The nearby Elan Valley is a must go place in Wales. Will return for sure.
7.7 Good 2,387 reviews
I booked the hotel IBIS-Newport Wales for £ 105-00 but was charged £ 126.00 I checked out 1 day early and confirmed by email twice before the cut-off at 14.00 but was not credited any money for this day Booking date 6th March to 9th March 2017
8.4 Very Good 572 reviews
Breakfast was freshly cooked on arrival every morning. Room was clean and comfortable. Hotel good central location for walking to places of interest in Betws-y-Coed, and also for travel to other locations to visit in North Wales.
9.2 Wonderful 310 reviews
You cannot get a better tasting breakfast and coffee anywhere else in Wales. Also the menu was the best too. Love the pancakes, cheese platter. It is a small hotel that has thought of every detail to make their guest comfortable.
9.8 Exceptional 53 reviews
Jan and Colin are lovely people and genuinely cannot do enough for you. The accommodation is superb and the breakfast selection is as good as any hotel at 3 times the price! The welcome at Bryncoed is surely the warmest in Wales!
8.7 Excellent 4,996 reviews
Clean modern hotel. The Location is near the Red Dragon Center the Wales Millennium Centre (Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) and a couple of blocks from Welsh Assembly (Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru) and the Pierhead Museum.
8.0 Very Good 97 reviews
A rather 'colorful' place; a (US) '50s style bar-hotel for those looking for a throwback experience; a town in rural Wales with essential services; able to secure bicycle safely
7.4 Good 570 reviews
Location was close to Bike Park Wales and they had 24hr check in as we didn't arrive from the ferry till 3am and other hotels wouldn't accommodate our late arrival
Excellent location, facilities and customer service. Convinient base for family with kids to visit South Wales. Overall nice apartment.
9.1 Wonderful 465 reviews
Attentive staff, Spa, view. Hotel is on the Wales walk near cliff top views.
9.5 Exceptional 450 reviews
We will go back to that hostel for sure on our next visit to north Wales!
8.6 Excellent 2,481 reviews
Signature room spacious with a sofa and two chairs in the sitting area and a huge comfortable bed. Leisure facilities excellent. Breakfast unhurried and as good as you’d get in the main dining room.