Bodysgallen Hall and SpaLlandudno, North Wales
About Bodysgallen Hall and SpaStanding in over 200 acres of its own parkland to the south of Llandudno, Bodysgallen Hall and Spa provides all that is great in country house hospitality.
This 17th-century house has been restored to its former glory, and now offers a range of bedrooms and cottage suites. Guests can enjoy magnificent views across the gardens to Conwy Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia National Park.
Within the grounds of hotel you can find the Bodysgallen Spa, comprising a 50ft swimming pool, steam room, sauna, gym, 6 beauty treatment rooms, a relaxation room, and Club Room where you can enjoy light refreshments and snacks.
The hotel restaurant is the only 3 AA Rosette rated restaurant in Llandudno, and its menus feature delicious dishes using fresh locally sourced ingredients, and seasonal fruit and vegetables from its own garden. We also have rooms for private dining and family celebrations. Or why not indulge yourself and enjoy a traditional Welsh afternoon tea served in one of the hotel's comfortable public rooms. In the summer tea can also be served on the terrace.
The hotel can accommodate wedding receptions, civil ceremonies and partnerships. The beautiful walled rose garden, parterre with neat box hedges filled with sweet scented herbs, and the historic Grade I listed Hall itself make the perfect venue for your special day. Whether a small intimate ceremony or an exclusive use wedding with marquee for up to 200 people, you can be assured of the same attention to detail and a bespoke service.
For corporate bookings and events, Bodysgallen Hall and Spa can also provide an exclusive environment in which privacy and confidentiality are assured. Discerning business travellers will be pleased to find themselves in a setting where the executive services and facilities are on hand for meetings, seminars or management away-days.
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Notes for guests
Historic House Hotels: Bodysgallen Hall (long leasehold from the Ernest Cook Trust) is one of three Historic House Hotels, which was founded in 1979 to acquire and rescue run-down country houses. In 2008, they became part of the National Trust by donation to ensure that the houses and their land are kept safe forever and maintained to their present high standards. All hotel profits are donated to the charity.
Dogs: 1 large or 2 small dogs can be accommodated in some cottage suites.
Special offers: For the latest offers, please contact the hotel directly.
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Located just an hour from London, Heathrow and Luton Airports lies this impressive Grade I listed oasis, set in 90 acres of landscaped parkland.