A newly restored Grade II listed Gothic castle in Wales is now open to the public for short luxury breaks.
Glandyfi Castle, built in 1810, has been restored to its former glory after an extensive renovation project lasting five years.
Situated between the Dyfi estuary and the mountains of Snowdonia, the castle stands within 45 acres of meadowland, ancient woodland and formal gardens.
The castle feature eight guest bedrooms complete with four poster beds and old cornices, elegant furnishings and contemporary bathrooms, some of which feature Jacuzzi baths.
The castle was restored by the Holmes family, who own Glandyfi and now run the guesthouse there.
Owner Maureen Holmes said, "Our strength lies in attention to detail and being empathetic to the needs of our guests at any particular time. Our beautifully decorated and comfortable rooms, real fires and fine food, together with an honesty bar, ensure that the experience of staying in a unique country house such as Glandyfi Castle is informal and relaxed. There are no pretensions of grandeur - just pure luxury and relaxation."
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