Warner Hotels in Wales

Bodelwyddan Castle

A true feast for the eyes set among peaceful valleys

North Wales may be famous for the haunting mountain ranges of Snowdonia, but this region boasts many other magnificent sights to behold. Think beautiful beaches, rolling green hills, forests, lakes, and endless hiking or cycling trails, and you have the ultimate playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The quirky town of Portmeirion, Aber Falls, Snowdon Mountain Railway, Bodnant Gardens, the Isle of Anglesey, Aber Falls, and Rhos-on-Sea, are just some of the surrounding areas that will leave you breathless. This makes North Wales one of the most magical regions to explore.  

Aber Falls

35 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL33 0LP

The postcode takes you to Aber Falls car park – from there, it’s a 6km walk to the falls, but with very little incline don’t be put off by the distance, as you’ll be rewarded with the sight of the iconic waterfall crashing down green-covered rocks into the river below.  

Bodnant Gardens

23 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL28 5RE

Bodnant Gardens is famous for its five Italian terraces that feature two rose gardens, ornamental pools and pergola walkways. The gardens have undergone extensive conservation work over the last few years and the benefits are clear to see, a beautiful landscape that changes with the seasons.


30 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL32 8FZ

Conwy’s rich history is preserved within the walls and traditional structures of its buildings. In its heart is the mighty 13th-century castle, whose walls encapsulate this remarkable medieval town. Explore local beaches and visit the 'smallest house in Britain. 
Parking is available for £3.20 for 4 hours and £4.70 over 4 hours.


34 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL26 0LS

Surrounded by the thick Gwydyr Forest, Betws-y-coed has an atmospheric alpine feel to it. The ‘Gateway to Snowdonia’ is surrounded by a network of hiking and cycling trails, some of North Wales’ most picturesque castles and some unique adrenaline activities, including the world's fastest zip wire.

The Great Orme

30 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL30 2ND

The Great Orme is a 207-metre-tall chunk of limestone rising straight out of the sea, accessible by walking, driving, cable car or the Great Orme tramway. Boasting heathlands, sheer cliffs, grassland and woodland, the area is also home to the Kashmir Goats that have become famous during lockdown times.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

50 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL55 4TT

Definitely the easiest way to climb Mount Snowdon, the mountain railway is also the most picturesque with panoramic views out over the national park. It is the only public “rack and pinion” railway in the UK, allowing the trains to operate on the steep gradient of Snowdon.


1h 20 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL48 6ER

Perhaps most famous as the location of 1960’s TV show “The Prisoner”, Portmeirion was designed and built in the style of an Italian village between 1925 and 1975, and is now one of North Wales’ premier tourist destinations, with several cafés, tea rooms, and an Italian-style homemade gelato shop.

Rhos-on-Sea / Colwyn Bay Beach

12 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL29 8ED

Nestled between Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, the harbour of Rhos-on-Sea is reminiscent of a traditional Welsh coastal village. The town is home to St Trillo’s Chapel, the smallest church in Britain with a capacity of 6, and the Harlequin Puppet Theatre, the only venue designed and built for puppets.

Moel Famau

40 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, CH7 5SH.

The highest hill in the Clwydian Range, which also gives its name to the Moel Famau country park, has been classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985. Enjoy a number of walks to reach the summit of Jubilee Tower, the most moderate of which is 5.8km (approx 2 hours). 
Parking is available for £1.50 all day.

Isle of Anglesey – Llanddwyan Beach

60 min drive from Bodelwyddan Castle, LL61 6SG

Anglesey is home to a staggering 125 miles of coastline (including our personal favourite, Llanddywan Beach) with a network of walking routes for all levels of fitness. Trekking between dense forest and the mountains of Snowdonia, this is a hiker’s heaven, a walker’s wonderland, and a pedestrian’s paradise.

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    Breakfast and dinner

    Delicious breakfasts and three-course dinners featuring tempting classics with either help yourself buffet or waiter service.

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    Choose from dance and fitness classes, spa and wellness, bike rides, archery, quizzes, walking tours and more.

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    Leisure facilities

    Heated pools and a steamy sauna, plus a cinema, games room and other sports facilities at selected locations.

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    Nightly spellbinding performances from vocalists, bands and comics to choreographed and costumed shows.

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    All rooms come with a generously stocked tea tray, plus a selection of toiletries in the bathroom.

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    Friendly service

    Our team are happy to help with anything you need and there's no charge for parking and high-speed Wi-Fi.

  • Free, high-speed wifi

  • Free Parking

  • Adults only

  • Tea and coffee in room

  • Wheelchair accessible

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