Hotels near Buckley
0.2 mi. (0.3 km) from Buckley
Located amidst the beautiful Welsh countryside this historic hotel offers free Wi-Fi and parking. With luxurious rooms elegant interior and magnificent gardens it is one of the most select venues in the North West. Built in 1714 Soughton Hall started life as a bishop's palace and has been the home to a succession of heirs in the Wynne-Bankes family line. It is now a privately owned boutique hotel with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Exquisitely furnished and decorated this luxurious country house features the highest standards of interior design. From beautiful handmade carpets and fabrics to an impressive collection of antiques and curios it truly embodies the refined elegance of traditional country living. All 15 bedrooms at the hotel are individually named and elegantly decorated. Each room has its own bathroom bath robes Egyptian cotton sheets television radio hair dryer trouser press homemade biscuits mineral water and tea and coffee making facilities. With antique furnishings handmade carpets and...
Beaufort Park Hotel
0.8 mi. (1.3 km) from Buckley
“ Hotel was lovely and clean,staff very friendly what more could you ask for.
Paul from Carlisle
Northop Hall Hotel
1.7 mi. (2.8 km) from Buckley
Set in over nine acres of tranquil gardens and private woodland, bordering the A55 gateway to Wales, the hotel is 10 minutes drive from Chester with a wide range of attractions on it's doorstep such as Chester Racecourse and the Zoo. North Wales and it's stunning countryside, historic castles and and attractive coastal resorts are all waiting to be explored. The 38 individually furnished en suite bedrooms have been tastefully decorated and presented to the highest standard to reflect the charm and splendour of the former Victorian country house. Each room is fully equiped with all modern amendities including tea and coffee making facilities, telephone, television (most flat screen) with freeview and WiFi. There are also four poster and Superior bedrooms available at a supplement. A beautiful Victorian Mansion. The original "Hall" of Northop has been tastefully modernised, retaining the oak paneling, majestic Canadian pine staircase and stained glass windows. Recommended in the prestigious Welsh Rarebits "Hot
St Marys Mews Apartment
1.8 mi. (2.9 km) from Buckley
This accommodation is perfect for two people. Modern ground floor flat comfortably appointed with lots of attention to small details that make it something special. It is fully furnished and is situated in a secluded location yet in the very heart of the market town of Mold. It is ideal for those who like the outdoor life but do not wish to renounce the comfort of city living. The apartment is in walking distance of the theatre bus station and shops yet it is just 3 miles from Loggerheads and Moel Fammau Country Parks It comprises a beautifully decorated living room with free-view television and a sofa bed. It has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge-freezer washing machine microwave electric oven and hob. It had a double bedroom with wardrobe com plete with quality bed linen and towels that lead to a luxury en-suite bathroom shower . Iron ironing board and heated clothes dryer are also included. Free WiFi. It has lovely warm oak wooden floor with underfloor heating and double glazing. Off-street secluded...
Holiday Inn A55 Chester West
1.8 mi. (2.9 km) from Buckley
Most recent booking for this hotel was 26/11/2013 at 21:12
“ Used as and was great as a stopover on business. Everyone welcoming/helpful. Food good and and available at all hours. Being used for weddings/parties when I was there but not a problem noisewise.
Ridanne from Coventry
Bryn Awel Hotel
1.9 mi. (3.0 km) from Buckley
Welcome to the Bryn Awel Hotel in the beautiful north Wales borderlands. The hotel is situated in the historic market town of Mold ('Yr Wyddgrug' in Welsh) in the county of Flintshire in the heart of the North Wales. The Bryn Awel is close to the city of Chester and is within easy reach of the Snowdonia National Park and the cities of Liverpool and Manchester are less than an hour away. Whether you are planning a business trip a holiday a short break or that special occasion the Bryn Awel Hotel makes the perfect venue. The hotel is an ideal location for conference facilities and the restaurant is perfect once you are ready to take a break. The Bryn Awel is the only hotel in Mold and offers a choice of different dining options which include a Bistro Restaurant Tapas andCurry nights and bar serving an extensive menu from soup and sandwiches to a three course meal. The town of Mold is only a short walk from the hotel and offers a wide variety of local shops and amenities. There are many local attractions within