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Relax and Unwind at these Luxury Spa Hotels in North Wales

Relax and Unwind at these Luxury Spa Hotels in North Wales

From stunning coastal walks through awe-inspiring landscapes to tucking into seasonal dishes at local country pubs, there’s plenty to do when visiting North Wales. Tantalising your taste buds and delighting your eyes aside, there’s also a wealth of picturesque places to stay. This includes hotels with superb spas and leisure facilities to recharge after your day’s adventures.

Whether you’re searching for dedicated spa breaks in North Wales or somewhere to relax between rambles, there’s bound to be world-class accommodation nearby. Venues offer a calming combination of swimming pools, beauty treatments and muscle-melting massages to make your trip one to remember.

Keep reading as we round up some of the best spa hotels in North Wales for special occasions and leisure lovers looking for some much-needed me-time.

1. The Quay Hotel and Spa

Deganwy Quay, Deganwy, Conwy LL31 9DJ

Earning TripAdvisor’s coveted Travellers’ Choice award in 2021, The Quay Hotel and Spa in North Wales is one of the most luxurious places to stay if you’re looking to cultivate calm in Conwy.

Sitting on the breathtaking estuary, you’ll have unparalleled views across the water to Conwy Castle and Bodlondeb Woods – a local nature reserve that’s home to sparrow hawks, nuthatches and jays. When summer rolls around, there’s an influx of boats preparing for the exciting Conwy River Festival. Not to mention happy holidaymakers enjoying freshly caught fish and chips.

 

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Inside, you can unwind at the Marina Spa. There’s an array of premium treatments to choose from, including his and her facials, deep tissue massages and full body scrubs. Pampering over, head to the chill-out room to snuggle up with a well-deserved drink.

If you want to surprise your loved one, book a North Wales spa hotel deal. This boutique escape with dinner for two is the perfect opportunity to get away from it all. You’ll stay in a premium double or twin room overlooking the Zen-style courtyard and enjoy a delicious three-course meal from the seasonal menu. Best of all, breakfast is included.

2. The Wild Pheasant Hotel and Spa

Berwyn St, Llangollen LL20 8AD

The Wild Pheasant Hotel and Spa in Llangollen is ideal for intrepid explorers who want to intersperse their adrenaline-fuelled activities with some downtime. The hotel is nestled within the gorgeous Vale of Llangollen, known throughout North Wales as a walker’s paradise. Nearby, you’ll find Pontcysyllte, an aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site, alongside fisheries and rivers for white water rafting. Explore more outdoor activities in Llangollen to try during your trip on our blog.

The Wild Pheasant hotel’s jewel is Llangollen Spa, which provides an innovative thermal experience for stressed-out city dwellers. The different sauna, steam room and hydrotherapy pool temperatures will improve your circulation and help you recover from lengthy countryside strolls. Plus, hotel guests receive an hour’s complimentary use of the facilities.

To make the trip even more memorable, book a one night break with a hot tub and a 25-minute treatment for two. You’ll rest your head in a spacious king-sized room with a Jacuzzi and private balcony after enjoying either a facial, massage or body scrub. In the morning, you’ll tuck into a hearty English breakfast to energise you for the day ahead.

3. Bodysgallen Hall

The Royal Welsh Way, Bodysgallen Ln, Llandudno LL30 1RS

Spa breaks in North Wales don’t get better than this – a luxurious stay at the Grade 1 listed Bodysgallen Hall. Tucked away in over 200 acres of peaceful parkland and delivering the very best country house hospitality, it’s ideal for honeymooners and newlyweds who want to spend some quality time together free from outside distractions.


The award-winning gardens and woodlands provide hours of entertainment on balmy afternoons, where you can revel in outstanding views across the River Conwy. If you’re a keen horticulturist, you’re sure to adore the manicured rose garden. There’s also an organic vegetable patch beyond, where the hotel sources ingredients for their seasonal menus. What’s more, Llandudno beach is only a short distance away, once voted by Harper’s as one of the world’s top 50 beaches.

As for Bodysgallen Spa, you’ll find a pool, gym and treasure chest of aromatherapy treatments that incorporate natural plant extracts and essential oils. Thanks to the advanced spa facilities, you can enjoy non-surgical facelifts and anti-ageing facials. They also offer body slimming wraps carried out by fully trained therapists.

4. Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa

Llanwddyn, Powys SY10 0LY

Lake Vyrnwy is one of the most remarkable lakeside spa hotels in North Wales. It sits within a 24,000-acre nature reserve that comes alive during the summer when migrant pied flycatchers, redstarts and wood warblers arrive. In winter, you could explore the local waterfalls and woodlands that look sublime sprinkled with an early morning frost.

Whatever the season, there’s always something new and exciting to try at Lake Vyrnwy. The hotel organises fly fishing and clay shooting for outdoorsy folk. Meanwhile, the Tower Restaurant serves a mouth-watering afternoon tea (with Champagne, of course) for fervent foodies.

The resident spa capitalises on the surrounding natural beauty with exquisite views over the serene lake. As you indulge in a manicure, massage and facial, you can just about hear the soothing bird song and rolling water outside. If you’d prefer to travel to far-flung locations, hop into one of the experience showers and enjoy an exotic monsoon mist.

5. Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel and Spa

Capel Coch, Llangefni, Isle of Anglesey LL77 7UR

Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel and Spa is a grand mansion turned boutique spa hotel in North Wales. The original manor house was converted into 29 lavishly decorated bedrooms, function suites and leisure facilities. Within its boundaries, you’ll find a collection of artworks in the sculpture gardens, designed by Simon Gudgeon. Plus, you can enjoy wonderful woodland walks peppered with sweet-smelling bluebells and daffodils.

 

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Perhaps most enticing is the hotel’s prime location on the Isle of Anglesey. Here, you can explore blue bays and sandy beaches, water sports and golf courses that promise hours of entertainment. In winter, why not take a wildlife walk along the local coastal paths to catch a glimpse of resident seals nursing their pups?

Anglesey also has plenty of restaurants and bars, so you’ll want to look your best before hitting the watering holes. Thankfully, the spa provides expert treatments to help you feel a million dollars, including a full-body exfoliation using a specially made Anglesey salt polish relaxer.

6. Waterloo Hotel and Lodge

Waterloo Hotel and Lodge, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia LL24 0AR

The Waterloo Hotel’s Snowdonia location offers activities for the whole family, making it ideal for busy parents looking to merge some quality time with kid-friendly excursions.

 

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There are dozens of famous attractions nearby to put on the itinerary, like Snowdon Mountain Railway, Bodnant Gardens and Swallow Falls. If you have children, you could visit Zip World or try dry slope skiing and tobogganing, both only a short drive away.

The hotel’s Stations Fitness and Leisure Spa is an oasis of calm within four walls. Here, you’ll have a quiet space to work out, lounge in the sauna or enjoy head to toe pampering. The gym is especially impressive, with recently updated cardio and weight-training machines to help you burn off some of those tasty holiday treats.

7. Portmeirion Hotel

Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6ER

Breathtakingly beautiful, Portmeirion’s flagship hotel sits on a private peninsula overlooking the pristine beaches, hidden caves and vast gullies of the Dwyryd Estuary in Snowdonia. It’s a focal point of the famous Portmeirion Village, designed by Clough Williams-Ellis in the Italian Riviera style.

Thanks to Clough’s penchant for unique architectural elements, there’s plenty to see for history buffs. He sourced endangered buildings and artefacts from around the globe to bring his vision to life, filling the village with loggias, grand porticoes and brightly coloured terracotta-roofed houses. Read our Portmeirion guide to learn more.

 

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The hotel sticks to the theme with art deco walnut panelled rooms and an open-air swimming pool for hot summer days. Outside, there are over 70 acres of unspoiled woodlands teeming with exotic plant life. Weather permitting, you can traverse the winding paths to the Japanese lily-covered pond. Alternatively, take shade underneath monkey puzzle trees, pines and giant redwoods.

No Italian Riveria hotel would be complete without a sumptuous spa to match. The Mermaid Spa invites guests to indulge in a range of bespoke packages and eco-friendly treatments. Masseuses use only the best cruelty-free products in honour of the area’s commitment to habitat preservation and wildlife.

Unwind with boutique spa hotels in North Wales

It’s time to check out from life’s stress and check into a boutique spa hotel in North Wales. Not only will you relish several hours in a soothing environment, but every venue has exciting local attractions and nature walks nearby.

Whether you’re travelling to Anglesey, Snowdonia or Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, these spa hotels in North Wales will make your visit unforgettable. After exploring the beautiful landscapes, chill out with a personalised spa package that’ll revitalise you for tomorrow’s adventures.

If you’re looking for more things to do in North Wales to add to your itinerary, browse our blog today. We’ve curated the best activities to suit every interest, including hidden gems off the beaten track.

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