Bodysgallen Hall & Spa Llandudno, North Wales
Outstanding luxury country hotel nr Llandudno, North Wales
Standing in 200 acres of its own parkland to the south of Llandudno, Bodysgallen Hall with 4 AA stars, provides all that is best in country house hospitality. Enjoy the fine dining restaurant and relax and unwind in the deluxe spa.
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From £159.67 pppn for a 3 night stay, to £184.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic room and receive:
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival (subject to availability)
- Dinner for two each evening in The Dining Room (allowance £49 pp)*
- Full afternoon tea for two during your stay (value £19.50 per person)
- Full Welsh breakfast served daily
- Early morning tea served to your room or available in your cottage
- Full use of the spa facilities
- *Please note that on Mondays a simplified menu will be served
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- 'AA hotel of the Year Wales' in 2013 - one of the finest hotels in the UK
- Set in 200 acres of mature parkland with views of Snowdonia & Conwy Castle
- Traditional luxury bedrooms
- Spa & health club facilities, including indoor pool
- Fine dining
- Guest bedrooms are luxurious though tend to have more of a traditional style decor. Spa cottages are down a short steep path and steps, or a long flat walk or drive round. There are some cottage suites closer to the hall. Please contact us if you have any access requirements in the event of a possible upgrade.
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Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
7.45am-9.30am Mon-Fri (8.30am - 10am Bank Holiday Mondays) 8am-10am Sat & Sun Continental breakfast is served in the spa until 11:30am daily
Main Hall Restaurant Lunch 12.30pm-1.45pm (closed on Mondays) Dinner 7pm-9pm Sunday - Friday (9:30pm Saturdays)
3.30pm -5.30pm Mon- Sat 4pm-5.30pm Sunday
We welcome children over the age of 6 years in The Dining Room
Smart please - whilst many gentlemen choose to wear a jacket and tie in The Dining Room restaurant in the evening, it is not obligatory.
Entrance to the hotel is by way of one step. A temporary Ramp can be placed at the hotel front entrance to enable ease of access. The Dining Room, Main Hall, Library, South Dining Room and Bar are on ground level in the main Hall with no steps. The Drawing Room is on the first floor of the main Hall, with stair access only.
One Spa Cottage is fully accessible and has ground floor bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette, and bathroom, which is equipped with bath and toilet suitable for wheelchair users with grab handles for assistance. There are four other cottage suites with ground floor access. There are no ground floor bedrooms in the main Hall.
Bodysgallen Hall welcomes families with children over the age of 6 years in the hotel and over the age of 8 years at set swimming times in the Spa when accompanied by an adult.
Children of residents, between the ages of 8 and 16, may use the pool between the hours of 10 am to 11 am, and 4pm to 5pm when accompanied by an adult.
Some superior rooms can accommodate a rollaway bed at a charge of £60 per night.
For further enquiries please contact OPL on 0845 287 1007
Bodysgallen is surrounded by over 200 acres of its own parkland and beautiful gardens both manicured and wild. The gardens have been recognised for their award winning restoration. Featured within the estate's grounds are a rare 17th century parterre of box hedges filled with sweet-scented herbs, naturally occurring limestone outcrops, a rockery with a cascade, a walled garden, lily-pad ponds, and several follies. The gardens also include a formal rose garden and a number of well-established and interesting trees and shrubs including medlar and mulberry, which add further dimension to the gardens.
Various springs traverse the parklands, and there are several woodland walks such as the Terrace Walk, the Ladies Walk, the Eastern Covert Walk or the Pydew Village Walk that lead to a Gothic Tower and the obelisk located on top of Pydew mountain.
History of the hotel
Despite the gradual addition of one wing, then another, during a building history of 600 years, the whole house is built in the same sturdy and conservative style. The name may mean either 'house among thistles' or 'the abode of Cadwallon', a 6th century chieftain. The oldest part of the house is a five storey tower, probably dating from the late 13th century, and possibly built as a watch tower for Conwy Castle.
Dogs are welcomed in the Cottage Suites only, by prior arrangement free of charge (not allowed in bedrooms), two small dogs or one larger dog, and may be walked in the park and woods, but not in the garden. Damage to rooms or injury to livestock will be charged for. We do not allow dogs in the Main Hall (unless guide dogs).
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