For those wanting a night or even a weekend spa break, North Wales is a popular choice due to its peaceful scenery and impressive mountain ranges. These relaxing breaks provide an escape from the everyday and the chance to unwind away from home.
North Wales provides a wonderful backdrop for a relaxing UK break. With rolling green fields complete with sheep, Snowdon standing proud and beautiful waterfalls, coastline and villages to wander, you won’t find it hard to have a relaxing getaway. Use this handy guide to plan your break.
Spa breaks in North Wales
Spa hotels in North Wales are perfect even if a dedicated hotel isn’t your thing but you would like the option of treatments. Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel is a good choice with a fully equipped leisure club, sauna and steam room. You can indulge in a treatment or two from experienced therapists, from an energising facial to a deeply relaxing massage. Follow this with a dip in the pool or a soak in the hot tub, and you are ready for the rest of your day and into the evening.
Great service in North Wales
North Wales is a great choice for a relaxing UK break in part because of its great service. From attractions like the Conwy Valley Railway Museum that run like clockwork to friendly hotel teams to ensure you enjoy the best of what the area has to offer.
Betws-y-Coed is one of North Wales’ prettiest towns, set in Snowdonia National Park. The village offers lots of opportunities to relax. The local business owners see thousands of visitors per year and know how to give you a wonderful experience. Just walking around the winding streets and popping in and out of independent gift and craft shops is relaxing on a beautiful day and there are lots of greens spaces if you want to sit back with an ice cream. Why not find a seat in the window of one of the tearooms and watch the world go by with a scone or two.
North Wales hotels provide great service in the form of quality rooms and amenities. When booking a holiday, you generally want to experience luxury that you may not have at home. Discover an unbeatable choice of locations across the area, so you can either stay on the coast and wake up to fresh sea air or enjoy a place deep in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Warner Leisure Hotels boasts ownership of the beautiful Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, a Grade II listed Victorian Castle. The hotel is perfectly positioned between Snowdonia and the sea. Enjoy luxurious Signature rooms, complete with complementary drinks and snacks on arrival, or Garden lodge rooms with allocated parking, modern comforts and a secluded scenic setting within the beautifully landscaped grounds.
Fine dining in North Wales
As well as being a naturally stunning area perfect for rambling by the coast, through the countryside and round the many lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia, North Wales offers the chance to enjoy the finer things in life.
For fine dining in North Wales you are spoilt for choice. Seaside town Llandudno offers a large selection of restaurants, some within the town and others right by the beach, while Betws-y-Coed houses lots of country pubs with local dishes.
Lawton’s Grill sits around 900 yards from Llandudno seafront and pier, so makes a great place to relax and enjoy a meal after a laid-back afternoon browsing the shops and lounging on the beach. Having received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, you can be sure that you will receive excellent service and top class food.
If you are looking for more laid-back dining right on the seafront, Llandudno Pier offers a selection of traditional seaside lunch options including afternoon tea and freshly made sandwiches at the Pier Café. As well as the café, you can enjoy classic fish and chips, ice cream from Kelly’s Ices and sweet treats from Judy’s traditional Sweet Shop. The restaurants in Betws-Y-Coed, Llandudno and Conwy, just to mention a few, are well known for serving local produce. North Wales is the home of many delicacies including laverbread, fondly known as ‘Welsh Caviar’. Fancy an evening out in Llandudno? The pier bar is a great choice for a chilled glass of wine or a local beer. In the summer, the bar also hosts live music. Situated half a mile out to sea, you can enjoy remarkable views, making this a truly relaxing place.