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Hotels in Harlech

Nestled on Wales' west coast, just a few miles from the Ll?n Peninsula, lies the town of Harlech. Surrounded by the impossibly picturesque Snowdonia National Park, Harlech is a popular destination for visitors who come to admire the natural beauty of the area, play on its internationally-renowned golf club, visit the many historical sights and enjoy the best of Welsh hospitality. We have a wide selection of Harlech hotels to choose from, so if you're intending to spend some time in the town, finding suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION accommodation won't be a problem.

Golf

One of the main attractions in the area is Royal St David's Golf Club. Founded in 1894, the traditional Championship links course is located right next to the stunning coastline, offering players a unique challenge and beautiful surroundings. National and international tournaments have been held here, including the Ladies European Tour and the European Seniors Tour.

Local attractions

There's plenty going on in and around Harlech to keep non-golfers busy too. Harlech Castle sits in a prominent position above the town and the 13th century fortification is likely to be the first thing you'll notice when arriving. It was a siege at the castle during the War of the Roses that inspired the famous song Men of Harlech.

Harlech's beach is another top attractions. Its dunes have helped the area to be classed as a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Closer to the sea you'll find a beautiful expanse of flat sand that's ideal for relaxing walks or even a spot of sunbathing in the summer.

To learn more about one of the industries that shaped the local area, pay a visit to Chwarel Hen Llanfair Slate Caverns. Find out all about how underground tunnels and caverns were created more than a hundred years ago by men working by candlelight.

Keeping fit

Staying active in this part of Wales isn't a problem thanks to the huge range of activities and sports available to try in the surrounding area. Excellent hill walking opportunities are all around, while pony trekking, mountain biking and sailing are also possibilities.

Eating and drinking

Being a tourist destination, Harlech has a great range of eateries in the local area. For a traditional pub environment The Lion Hotel delivers, while Y Branwen Hotel Brasserie offers fine dining with a varied menu. Llew Glas Delicatessen is the place to go for local cheeses, meats and cakes, and for delicious artisan ice cream, look no further than Hufenfa'r Castell.

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