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Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales - Llandrindod Wells 0 miles (0 km)
Behind the impressive Victorian façade of the Metropole lies a contemporary hotel with a welcoming atmosphere and modern facilities which have been fully upgraded through recent investment. The hotel spa features an indoor pool, thermal suite, beauty treatment rooms and hi-tech gym equipment. Comfortable bedrooms all have free Wi-Fi internet access and the spacious Tower Rooms and Suites offer added luxury and comfort. Guests can savour award-winning cuisine in the Radnor Restaurant, or a tasty meal in the stylish Spencers Bar & Brasserie.
Oswestry, Shropshire - Llandrindod Wells 55 miles (89 km)
The Wynnstay Hotel is situated in the centre of the market town of Oswestry, a short drive from the Welsh border, Shrewsbury, Chester and the Marches. Dating back to 1727, this historic Georgian hotel has been carefully renovated. Bedrooms feature digital TVs and Wi-Fi internet access and many overlook the hotel?s walled gardens and 200 year-old Crown Bowling Green. The Coach House has been converted into a health & leisure club with indoor pool, air-conditioned gym and candlelit beauty treatment rooms. Award-winning cuisine is served in the Four Seasons Restaurant and the hotel has two popular bars featuring local ales.
Snowdonia National Park, Mid Wales - Llandrindod Wells 63 miles (101 km)
From its hillside position, Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa (pronounced 'Lake Vern Wee'), takes in breathtaking mountain, woodland and lake views. The surrounding estate offers an array of outdoor activities and excellent walking. It is also home to an RSPB bird sanctuary. Award-winning food, including lamb and game from the estate, is served in the Tower Restaurant. The hotel features a superb health spa with treatment rooms, spa bath, sauna and Technogym fitness room. Most premier bedrooms have their own balcony.
Llandudno, North Wales - Llandrindod Wells 117 miles (188 km)
Llandudno has a prime position on the rugged heritage coastline of North Wales. Spectacular Snowdonia National Park is a short drive away and the town itself is overlooked by Great Orme, which has a tramway to its summit and bronze age copper mines beneath it. Many of the bedrooms at the Imperial have sea views and some offer balconies. Diners at Chantrey's Restaurant can gaze out to sea while they savour award-winning food, prepared with an emphasis on locally-sourced produce. Mint Condition is the excellent on-site health and leisure club.
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