Historic Hotels in Wales
Hotels, inns and other accommodation connected to famous figures from history.
Home to Snowdonia National Park, North Wales boasts some of the most stunning scenery anywhere in Britain. And with a number of the nation’s most famous castles it has plenty to offer the history enthusiast, too - not least a diverse range of extremely historic accommodation.
A country house once owned by a monarch; the supposed site of the White Palace of Welsh legend; and a spa once visited by a protagonist of World War I, Mid Wales certainly possesses some notable old places to stay.
Cardiff is certainly one of the most vibrant cities in the UK, and anyone seeking to explore its sights or visit the Millennium Stadium will find that it features some notably historic hotels. But there’s plenty to discover outside the city, too.
Pictures on this page: Soughton Hall Hotel near Mold in North Wales; Ynyshir Hall in Mid Wales; and the Great House at Laleston, South Wales.