The Best Hotels to Book Near Snowdon, Wales

For a French-inspired stay in Snowdonia, book a room at Château Rhianfa
For a French-inspired stay in Snowdonia, book a room at Château Rhianfa | Courtesy of Château Rhianfa / Expedia
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24 August 2021

Magnificent jagged peaks shadow lake-strewn, green valleys at Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England. After a long hike up to the summit, rest your head – and feet – at one of these top accommodations in the area, and book your stay with Culture Trip.

Walk six to eight hours of challenging-but-worth-it track – or skip the exertion with the Mountain Railway – to reach the 1,085m-high (3,560ft) summit, promising stellar views over some of the best natural landscapes in Britain, including Snowdonia National Park (Gwynedd), Pembrokeshire, Anglesey and Ireland. Rest up at these historic and welcoming countryside escapes.

Plas Dinas Country House

Bed and Breakfast, Hotel
4.8/5 (197 Reviews)
Plas Dinas Country House
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Price Drop
Now from $240 per night
Luxury bedrooms in this 17th-century, Grade II-listed house retain original features like fireplaces and mahogany grandfather chairs alongside added luxuries such as Molton Brown toiletries and homemade fudge. Portraits of royal in-laws and Lord Snowdon tell the story of this home, which the proud owners will share. Sample the ever-changing menu at the Gunroom Restaurant – try seared wood pigeon and champagne trifle – and arrive early for pre-dinner cocktails and canapes in the fire-lit drawing room, complete with a late-night honesty bar.
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Golden Fleece Inn Tremadog

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Golden Fleece Inn Tremadog
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Experience true Welsh spirit at this family-run, family-friendly pub and inn on cliffside Tremadog Square, 1mi (1.6km) from seaside Porthmadog. Quirky wallpaper and accessories brighten the B&B rooms – you’ll love the whirlpool bath in the King Suite – while the rustic self-catering cottage has plenty of comfy living space. Best of all is the bar in the pub’s former cellar, serving real ales, local whiskies and 70 Welsh gins. If it’s sunny out, beer-garden dining promises locally sourced chicken in caerphilly sauce or Greek-style mock meat kebabs.

Hotel Portmeirion & Castell Deudraeth

Hotel, Luxury
4.7/5 (364 Reviews)
Hotel Portmeirion & Castell Deudraeth
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Price Drop
Now from $235 per night

Welsh architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis built the unique, Italian-style Portmeirion Village in 1925 and opened the cliff-hugging Hotel Portmeirion, overlooking sandy Dwyryd Estuary, in 1926. Victorian architecture is everywhere, from the intricate fireplace to the Great Exhibition library carvings. Don’t miss twice-baked Welsh rarebit soufflé and local wines at the art deco restaurant. Elsewhere, Portmeirion’s four-star, 19th-century castle hotel features Welsh oak, slate and stone interiors, and an in-turret penthouse. You’ll love the view of Meirionnydd from the brasserie.

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Château Rhianfa

Hotel
4.4/5 (296 Reviews)
Château Rhianfa
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Price Drop
Now from $174 per night
French-inspired Château Rhianfa, built in 1849, is an enchanting getaway by the glassy waters of the Menai Strait. Start with a stroll on the tropical, plant-filled grounds before heading for perfectly done afternoon tea at the AA Rosette-awarded Le Dragon Rouge Restaurant. Alternatively, enjoy a wholesome Sunday lunch in the panelled banqueting hall – designed by London’s Natural History Museum designer, Alfred Waterhouse. Finish with fine wine in the atmospheric cave, then head to your luxurious room or suite with bay window, bookcases and baths with epic Snowdonia views.
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  • Craflwyn Hall

    Guesthouse
    5/5 (4 Reviews)
    Craflwyn Hall
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    This charming, powder-yellow country retreat is rustic inside and out. You’ll love the converted stables – which feature cosy underfloor heating for colder months – and the full Welsh breakfast. Heading out? Just ask, and the friendly staff will make you a packed lunch. On lease from the National Trust, the property is located in lusciously green Beddgelert: a perfect backdrop for lawnside Pimms at the hotel bar-restaurant. Parking is included, so it’s an easy stop-off on your way to Snowdon.
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    Saracens Head Hotel

    Pubs with Rooms
    4.4/5 (84 Reviews)
    Saracens Head Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $216 per night

    Family-run pub with rooms Saracens Head happily declares “children, muddy boots and dogs welcome”. The traditional pub, with dark wood and antique-style furnishings, is great whatever the weather: natter over locally sourced fish and chips or veggie delights by the log fire (there’s a menu for your dog, too), or nurse an award-winning cask ale on the sun-drenched terrace. Try a pint (57cl) of Faithful Gelert, only available here. The rooms’ tranquil colours reflect Beddgelert’s rural surroundings, making for a peaceful night.

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    Aberdunant Hall

    Luxury
    4.6/5 (149 Reviews)
    Aberdunant Hall
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    Price Drop
    Now from $92 per night
    Snowdonia views surround this Victorian Manor House, based on a holiday home park with 200 acres (80ha) of woodland to explore. Modern rooms are individual; some feature luxurious four-poster beds and whirlpool baths. For rustic, nature-inspired stays, hire the neighbouring alpine-style cabins or patio-adorned Woodland Escape Suite. Spend evenings at Aberdunant’s restaurant, which cooks up Malaysian-style tofu or cooked-to-taste steaks served on a hot lava stone. Finish the night with cocktails made to your liking on the candlelit terrace.
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    Gwydyr Hotel

    Hotel
    4.2/5 (29 Reviews)
    Gwydyr Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $121 per night
    Picturesque Betws-y-Coed has been home to Gwydyr Hotel since 1819. Historic B&B rooms are homely: cosy up in a ground-floor room by a log fire or the Deluxe’s beautiful bay window. Grab a chequered lounge armchair alongside your furry friend, and tuck into steak-and-Guinness pie or loaded vegan burgers, and wash it all down with real ales. Mornings mean a Full Welsh breakfast; later, it’s cream tea with fizz on the side in the quaint Tea Rooms.
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    Haven’t found your ideal hotel yet? Book one of the best hotels in Snowdonia now via Culture Trip. For more options, see where to stay in the area. Enjoy a Welsh road trip to the best towns and villages you haven’t heard of, or explore on foot by embarking on one of the best walks in South Wales.

    These recommendations were updated on August 24, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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