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TreYsgawen Hall
Capel Coch

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A luxuriously appointed Country House Hotel set in acres of secluded landscaped gardens, meadow and woodland just a short drive inland from the breathtaking east coast of the Isle of Anglesey. Built towards the end of the 19th century, originally as a grand country house, the hotel has been sympathetically restored and extended and is now considered to be one of the finest country house hotels in Wales. The hotel offers individually designed and decorated bedrooms, superior, Four Poster with 2 Four Poster Suites one of which has a whirlpool Spa Bath.

Tre-Ysgawen Spa, opened in 2002 is considered by many independent observers to be the finest in North Wales and is built and equipped to the highest standards. The Spa comprises of a 16m level-deck Swimming Pool, Sauna, Thermal Suite (Which comprises of an Experience Shower, Herbal Essences for the Sauna, an Ice Fountain and probably the most exciting of all - the Salt Inhalation Therapy Room), Whirlpool Spa Bath, air-conditioned Gymnasium and Beauty/Therapy Suite with 6 Treatment Rooms.

Spa Breaks are a speciality of the hotel and are available throughout the year. Adjacent to the Spa is the Clock Tower Café Wine Bar. Converted from the original Victorian stables it retains many of the original features and serves a Bistro style menu as well as snacks, patisseries, tea/coffee and soft drinks.

The hotel has a Civil Wedding Licence for indoor and outdoor ceremonies and can cater for up to 120 for a Wedding Breakfast. With 6 Conference Suites Tre-Ysgawen can seat up to 200 theatre style in the air-conditioned Anglesey Suite. A Conference Pack is available on request.

Guests staying can also have complimentary use of our fully sized snooker table, which is located in the Billiard Room.

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