This is the finest address in the north of Wales, a dramatic 17th-century country house set in 80 hectares (200 acres) of parkland and manicured gardens. It would be the only suitable address for the novelist Henry James, were he alive today. Skillfully restored, it offers architectural merit combined with 21st-century comfort. The hall has a 13th-century tower that was a lookout post for Conwy Castle, 2.5km (1 1/2 miles) away. You can still climb the tower for a panoramic view. Each of the spacious and elegant bedrooms evokes a certain period in their styles and colors; some have four-poster beds. Some of the units, as good as those in the main house, are in converted cottages.
- © Frommer's 2013
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- Very Highly Recommended 2010