Bodysgallen Hall is a dignified, gentle paced island of calm, close to Llandudno’s famous promenade and beaches. Climb its tower, built as a lookout for Conwy Castle – the medieval core of the fine 17th-century mansion – and you’ll be rewarded with a panoramic view. The house has enormous character, with 15 antiques-filled bedrooms and 16 postcard-pretty cottages scattered around the estate’s 200 acres of wooded parkland. Grass terraces overlook the award-winning gardens, which include a walled rose garden, cascade and rare 17th-century parterre of box hedges filled with herbs. There is a formal dining room in the main hall: Llandudno’s best restaurant, serving delicious locally sourced dishes. The former farmhouse now houses the spa with a large indoor pool, steam room, sauna and solarium. All in all, Bodysgallen Hall is one of the loveliest hotels in Britain.
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Bodnant Garden, one of the most spectacular and admired gardens in Britain, a National Trust property just a 15 minute drive from the hotel
Bodysgallen’s award-winning menus, created by Head Chef John Williams, using seasonal produce from our own gardens
Explore the cobbled streets of medieval Conwy to discover local food delights and collectable treasures.
CLAIM TO FAME
Bodysgallen’s was once the home of the Mostyn family, who have a rich heritage that stretches back many hundreds of years. They are prominent landowners in North Wales and were instrumental in the development of the coastal resort of Llandudno.
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