Castle Stay - Château Rhianfa

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Oddi Wrth GBP 270

Two nights of luxury...enjoy being pampered in this beautiful 9th-century French-style château, you deserve it. 

With exquisite food, huge, pristine rooms and amazing views of Snowdonia National Park this is a real treat.

The Château is situated on the beautiful island of Anglesey, connected to North Wales by two bridges. A breath-taking area of natural beauty, you can explore the sights of the island when you are not being spoiled at the Château. Visit an internationally renowned salt company and the small island of Llanddwyn that is truly magical.

Once you are completely relaxed, why not visit Snowdonia National Park on your way home?



2 nights accommodation with a full Welsh breakfast 

We can also include additional services as required, such as:

  • Transfers
  • Activity/ Attraction entrance 
  • Guiding services 
  • Any other services you may require 

Please contact us for more information. 

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Price is for 2 Night Stay

Oddi Wrth GBP 270

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Day 1: Arrival in Wales
Today, you will arrive at the striking Château Rhianfa, a Grade II listed building with Gothic architecture and a modern twist. You will be sure to feel like royalty at this boutique hotel.
Overnight: Chateau Rhianfa, Anglesey

Day 2: Anglesey and surrounding area 
Today spend the day exploring the island of Anglesey. Connected to North Wales coast by two bridges, the island features long stretches of coastline that have been declared Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a lot packed into this little island, including Halen Môn Saltcote, a family-run salt business whose museum will tell the story of their world famous sea salt. The magical Llanddwyn Island just off the coast holds the ruins of Llanddwyn Chapel, the church of Welsh patron saint of love. 
Overnight: Chateau Rhianfa, Anglesey

Day 3: Departure Journey
Today you will depart the hotel for your return journey. Why not take a drive through the Snowdonia National Park along the way? This spectacular National Park which holds the highest mountain in England and Wales. We suggest spending some time in the picturesque Betws-y-Coed, nestled in the heart of Snowdonia. Stroll around this traditional Welsh village, enjoying the iconic landscape around you.


  • Luxury accommodation 
  • Grade 2 listed building 
  • Stunning views overlooking Menai Straight

Y daith

  1. Anglesey