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Bed and Breakfast Snowdonia

Bed and Breakfast Snowdonia spring break offers.  Stay at the luxurious Groes Inn for two nights or more during April, may or June  and enjoy the best rates available. There are three fantastic room types to choose from, all individually furnished and equipped to 5 star Inn quality.  The rates listed below are per room, per person, per night and include dinner in the bar or dining room and bed and breakfast for two people.

Standard room, individually furnished with "emperor size" beds - £150 per night
Balcony rooms, at the rear of the Inn with a small balcony - £180 per night
Deluxe rooms, larger room with patio overlooking the mountains - £200 per night

For those that like to get out and about in the great outdoors, the Groes Inn is located in a prime location surrounded by the Conwy mountains and only a short drive to the Snowdonia mountain range.

Book now to avoid disappointment. 01492 650545

Mid Wales Holiday Homes

Welshpool is a very popular tourist destination and is a prime location for Mid Wales Holiday Homes. Many people choose to have a holiday home in Mid Wales due to the surrounding scenery and tranquil surroundings it offers, plus the fact it is easy accessible via major motorways.

Welshpool is located within the county of Powys in Mid Wales and has a rich history and charming countryside. The town is along the river Severn, for this reason it’s welsh name is ‘Y Trallwng’ literally meaning ‘The Sinking land’. Originally the English named it Pool, but renamed it Welshpool to disassociate it from the English town with the name of ‘Poole’. South of it lies Powis Castle, a medieval landmark made of sandstone overlooking the Severn valley. The castle is a very impressive sight, a large red structure from the 13th century and lavish gardens. Welshpool is abundant with Georgian architecture. Welshpool was once a borough under the title of Burgus de Pola in 1263, however it has lost its statu…