UK: Luxury Welsh property Palé Hall located on the edge of Snowdonia National Park has joined the Pride of Britain Hotels collection.
Palé Hall is a five AA Red Star country house retreat sat on a 50-acre estate. It was originally built in 1871 as the private home of Sir Henry Robertson, who set up most of the steam railway infrastructure in Wales.
The hotel offers 18 bedrooms in the main house, including two in turrets, and an additional four garden suites. Three dining venues comprise the Henry Robertson Dining Room (overseen by head chef Gareth Stevenson), The Huntsman Bar & Bistro, and The Venetian.
Other facilities include a library lounge, badminton and croquet lawn, full or half-day guided fly fishing sessions, e-bike hire, and a resident donkey and Shetland ponies.
Debbie Cappadona, general manager at Palé Hall Hotel, said: “We are delighted to have been accepted into Pride of Britain Hotels’ prestigious hotel collection.”
Kalindi Juneja, chief executive of Pride of Britain Hotels, said: “Palé Hall is a wonderful addition to Pride of Britain Hotels. We are delighted to welcome such a notable property as our fourth Welsh member.”
Pride of Britain Hotels is a collection of properties across the British Isles. The group has partnered with NOW which aims to promote sustainability within the travel and hospitality industries.