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BODYSGALLEN HALL AND SPA, llandudno: Bodysgallen’s reputation precedes it as one of the U.K.’s top country house hotels. Lavish amounts of care and attention have been devoted to this distinguished 17th-century house. Skillful, sympathetic restoration, antique furnishings, old paintings and an extravagant use of fresh flowers combine to create an ambience of warmth and well-being - country house hospitality at its best.

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CELTIC MANOR, newport: Celtic Manor began life as a Victorian manor house before being turned into a maternity hospital, and then transformed into the largest (and by most accounts, best) hotel in Wales. While a bit commercial, (you’ll make that comment as you approach Celtic Manor on the M4!), the décor, staff, service and food are all top-quality. This is the home of the Wales Open and host of the 2010 Ryder Cup.

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HARBOURMASTER HOTEL: Aberaeron’s harbourside is a sight not often seen in Wales, a Georgian-inspired cluster of buildings painted all the colours of the rainbow. And there, at the entrance, is the most striking of them all. The Harbourmaster Hotel - a grade II-listed building dating from 1811 that once controlled the harbour traffic. In 2002 it was reborn as a stunning hotel and restaurant with a dash of cool contemporary style.

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HOTEL MAES-Y-NEUADD, snowdonia: The hotel’s setting is superb. Maes-Y-Neuadd (‘the mansion in the meadows’) stands in 80 acres of landscaped lawns, orchard and paddock, on a wooded hillside high above Tremadog Bay.

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Lake Vyrnwy Hotel: on the fringe of Snowdonia, located in a spectacular mountainscape overlooking the famous lake, it's the destination for pleasure or business.

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LAMPHEY COURT HOTEL: The neoclassical, colonnaded portico of this hotel leads you to a Georgian mansion. Lamphey Court’s well-proportioned, richly decorated public rooms retain the sense of harmony that characterized the period.

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Llangoed Hall, Powys: is a luxurious country house hotel , situated on the banks of the river Wye in mid Wales with views over the Black Mountains.Each room is individually decorated with antique furniture, fabrics from Elanbach, Sir Bernard's textile printing company based in the grounds, and work by artists such as Whistler, Sickert and Augustus John.

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MORGANShotel, swanasea: Morgans is the undisputed flagship hotel in Swansea. Local entrepreneur Martin Morgan transformed the Victorian Port Authority building into a stunning hotel.

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PLAS BODEGROES, gwynedd: Plas Bodegroes has always enjoyed a reputation as one of the places to eat in Wales. Over the years, Chris and Gunna Chown have ensured that it remains at the very top of the culinary tree.

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The Bear Hotel, Powys: a hotel famous far and wide for its welcoming atmosphere, historic character, convivial surroundings and good food. A cobbled forecourt, archway into the inner courtyard and 19th-century stagecoach timetable in the bar are all reminders of the Bear's former role.

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The Castle Hotel, Conwy: an old coaching inn, stands on the site of a Cistercian abbey and used to consist of two famous hostelries, The Castle and the 15th Century King's Head. The Castle was by far the larger and in more recent times has had an attractive face lift of local granite and Ruabon brick and is now one of Conwy's most photographed buildings.

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THE GREAT HOUSE, bridgend: The Great House is one of South Wale’s leading hotels and restaurants. The restoration of the historic Grade II listed building, which dates from the 1550’s, has been completed with great attention to detail.

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The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Restaurant: a former vicarage nestling in the lush mid-Pembrokeshire countryside, and still known locally by its original name "Allt-yr-Afon" ("Hill by the River").

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Trearddur Bay Hotel: overlooking the beautiful bay of Trearddur with its blue flag beach and low-lying cliffs, the Trearddur Bay Hotel boasts the ideal beside the sea location.