Wales has always been a popular short break destination, not just because of its beautiful natural scenery and the sweeping coasts, but also because of its rich history and culture. Whatever your reason for visiting Wales, Welsh Country Inns now features some of the very best weekend breaks throughout this beautiful country.
From the Gower to Snowdonia, from luxury breaks to short holidays on a budget, just scroll down for our very best offers and some truly memorable weekend breaks.
Escape to a Cottage
In association with Historic UK
If you're looking for a weekend break for the whole family, or perhaps a group of friends, or may a romantic break just for two, then why not consider renting a cottage?
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Stay in a Welsh Castle
Ruthin Castle, North Wales
Originally built by Edward 1 in 1282 the castle is set in 35 acres of gardens and grounds including ruins and dungeons. It has two magnificent lounges, an oak panelled entrance hall and a bar in the library
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ST GEORGE, Near CONWY, NORTH WALES The Kinmel Arms
The Kinmel arms is a haven of rural tranquillity only a few 100 meters from the A55 with ready access to the coast, mountains and cwms of North Wales. We have now been awarded 2 rosettes from the AA. AA seafood of the year, commended Taste of Wales winners, Les Routiers Regional In of the year award in 2005 and Best Inn in Wales and the Marchers 2006. Voted 8th sexiest place to be fed (The Obsever) in the world. In the top 10 spots for walks (Times magazine 15/03/2008) guide to best restauraunts for walks nationwide.
CONWY Synchant Pass House
In the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park, this award-winning country house boasts beautiful rooms, a candlelit restaurant and superb leisure facilities. Just outside the medieval walled town of Conwy, Sychnant Pass Country House is only 1.5 miles from Conwy Railway Station and the heart of the town centre. There are 12 en-suite rooms, ranging from ground-floor terraced rooms to suites with private decking and hot tubs or whirlpool baths. The impressive leisure facilities include an indoor saltwater pool, a sauna, a gym, a solarium and an outdoor terrace with a hot tub.
SWANSEA The Mirador Town House
Situated just one mile from Swansea's bustling city centre, perfect for the disgruntled businessman; yet on the edge of the infamous Gower Peninsular, whose beaches pay homage to the countryside that surrounds them. The Mirador lay bespoke: Tailor made for your requirements. Its uniqueness is apparent and appealing, its divergence is different from anywhere else, yet it remains unquestionably bespoke: Custom made for a discerning customer.....!