Bodysgallen Hall

We say
A Grade I listed manor house, Bodysgallen Hall sits in parkland with views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle. Now a National Trust property, it is beautifully decorated and overlooks charming Arts and Crafts gardens. Guests are wowed by the elaborate food, and days are spent drinking tea, strolling in the grounds, indulging in spa treatments and generally feeling like lord and lady of the manor.

Recommended place to stay: Bodysgallen Hall

Bodysgallen Hall says

Dating back to the 17th century, the splendid Bodysgallen Hall was given to the National Trust in 2008, having been sympathetically restored in the 1980s by Historic House Hotels. Originally believed to have been a watchtower for Conwy Castle, it is packed with original features from the stained glass windows in the Dining Room to the coats of arms of three families.

  • National Trust gem
  • Spectacular gardens
  • Explore Snowdonia

Surrounded by spectacular Arts & Crafts gardens, it is now a welcoming and comfortable country house hotel with 31 rooms and suites as well as some delightful period cottages. Antiques, prints and paintings add to the sense of staying somewhere with a rich history whilst the creature comforts of the 21st century ensure a sense of luxury.

Dinner at Bodysgallen has a real sense of occasion with superb 3 AA Rosette cuisine, a stellar wine list and outstanding service. Much of the produce used is grown in our gardens or sourced within Wales.

The Spa has a lovely big swimming pool as well as a menu of pampering treatments. There’s a pretty sun garden to relax in after your treatment too.

Enjoy a game of croquet on our lawn and explore our 200 acres of formal gardens and parkland. ¬†Beyond the hotel you’ll find historic Conwy, the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, castles galore and a number of golf courses. Train enthusiasts will want to take a ride on the The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway.

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