Woodlands Hall Hotel

A Hotel in Pwllheli, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Woodlands Hall Hotel, Edern
LL53 6JB

Woodlands Hall Hotel, Pwllheli

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Woodlands Hall Hotel is a country house hotel located in a secluded position in Edern, on the beautiful LLeyn Peninsula. Set in seven acres of tree-scattered grounds, it is an ideal spot in which to u

Woodlands Hall Hotel is a charming country house hotel located in a secluded position in Edern, on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales. The hotel is set in a marvellous position, standing in seven acres of its own tree-scattered grounds, away from all the hustle and bustle of a busy lifestyle. It is perfectly situated for walking holidays and visiting the many attractions of North Wales.

These include the Italiante village at Portmeirion, Ffestiniog Railway, slate mines, castles and, of course, the Snowdon range which is beautiful all year round. The local beaches are excellent, offering safe swimming. The hotel is also an excellent location for golfing breaks - Nefyn Golf Club is a mile away and there are numerous other golf courses nearby.

The hotel offers 13 well presented rooms as well as two fine bars providing bar meals and a restaurant with a table d?Hote menu. A well stocked wine cellar complements the facilities. The fabulous new children?s play area is housed in a large dedicated room, the play equipment is designed to provide a safe, fun environment for children of all ages.

Woodlands Hall Hotel ensures a relaxing stay and excellent service.

5 star rating

From: £75.00

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