Where to Stay in Anglesey on a 4 Day Trip. Base yourself in Beaumaris on the first 2 days and move on to Almwch.
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Grand Hotel La Cloche Dijon. A luxurious hotel right in the heart of the city. It has everything you would expect from a 5 star city hotel.
The Aloft Hotel Liverpool is well located for a short city break in this vibrant city. It's quiet, clean, comfortable and good value. It also has stunning architecture - keep looking up!
The Lamb Hotel, Hindon makes an excellent base for exploring all the sites in Wiltshire. Boutique style rooms, excellent food and friendly service. Highly recommended.
Gosforth Hall Inn makes an excellent base for a few days exploring the Western Lake District. Friendly, comfortable and efficiently run.
Twr y Felin Hotel - the perfect place to base yourself for a 2 day hiking trip around the North Pembrokeshire coastal path.
The King Arthur Hotel Reynoldston - the perfect base for a trip to the Gower. A lovely location, comfortable rooms and good real ales. Highly recommended!
The Randolph Hotel Reydon is a good base for a trip to explore the Suffolk coast. Easy walking distance from the centre of Southwold.
The Manor House Hotel West Bexington is a comfortable and friendly hotel well situated close to the South West Coastal Path.
The Bull Hotel, Bridport is a great base for a walking holiday on Dorset's Jurassic Coast.
Mullion Cove Hotel has an idyllic location perched on the clifftop above Mullion Cove with beautiful views and spa facilities.
The Greenbank Hotel Falmouth is truly the perfect base for a stay in this lovely part of the world. It is Falmouth's oldest hotel and is stepped in history yet manages to feel fresh, modern and comfortable at the same time.
Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel is very well located for a short break exploring the pristine coast around Northumberland.
Kura Design Villas - Accommodation Review Kura Design Villas bills itself as "the most glamorous romantic resort in Costa Rica". It is a boutique, adults-only hotel high in the Uvita…
Lapa is the Costa Rican name for the scarlet macaw. When the American couple who founded Lapa Rios first visited the area, they spotted a number of macaws flying across the jungle in tandem, creating a river of red. Inspired by this beautiful image, they named the lodge Lapa Rios – River of Scarlet Macaws. It took them 8 years of searching to find the perfect place to realise their vision of creating an eco lodge in Costa Rica. They poured everything into it - savings, pension pots, heart and soul. It was well worth it - this is such a stunning place.
El Silencio Lodge & Spa is located in picturesque Bajos del Toro on a 500-acre private cloud forest reserve flanked by the Juan Castro Blanco and Poas Volcano National Parks.
Nayara Resort Spa and Gardens - Accommodation Review Nayara has been recognized as one of the world’s best resorts by Travel&Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler and Trip Advisor and with very…
Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel is a small resort-style, ecologically-conscious hotel right in the centre of the lush cloud forest of Rio Celeste in Volcan Tenorio National Park. You can walk down to the beautiful blue river directly from the hotel.
Peace and comfort in the middle of the rainforest. - Manatus Hotel is the exclusive way to enjoy remote Tortugero
Where to stay in Alujela - Xandari Resort & Spa Accommodation Review Xandari Resort & Spa Alajuela has 24 spacious architecturally designed villas nestled on a 40-acre plantation surrounded by…
We have stayed in three hotels in Perth during this trip and the Duxton Hotel was by far our favourite. This is the place we will stay when we return here. The room has all the usual comforts you expect of a good city centre hotel - including a bath and fast free wi-fi.
Where to Stay in Cervantes - Pinnacles Edge Resort Accommodation Review This hotel is a sister hotel to the Kalbarri Resort, so it felt very familiar when we arrived here.…
Kalbarri Edge Resort is an excellent place to stay in Kalbarri. The resort is operated on a timeshare kind of basis, so owners come for 4 weeks a year and rent out their apartments for the remainder of the year, paying a management fee. The apartment we had was very spacious with a well equipped kitchen, large gas Jumbuck barbie on the patio, a washing machine and a good sized spa bath. There is also a swimming pool in the grounds. The Tourist Office is just a short walk away as is the beach and a really good little supermarket.
All in all, the Carnarvon Motel was an unexpected mini highlight of the trip. For a room 1/6th of the price of the luxurious Sal Salis Resort we had just come from, we had a comfortable bed, bathroom and all you would expect from a decent motel room. The bonus though was great local company in the bar during happy hour (the beer is very cheap here at $6 a pint) - we cried laughing at some of the good humoured banter. This was followed by a great steak in the "Hot Rocks" restaurant. You cook your steak just to your liking on a hot lava rock at your table.
We arrived at Sal Salis in good time for a 2pm check-in and were blown away by it. This really is a very special place to stay indeed. It is a digital detox zone (no wi-fi), so forgive me, but I am going to say little more about our stay here beyond the accommodation review. The photos can do the talking and if you want to know more, then add this place to your bucket list and come and discover it all for yourself - I promise you, you will not leave disappointed.
The Ningaloo Reef Resort is fairly small - all apartments and no caravans etc. It has a really great location - all apartments look out onto the ocean and you can walk out straight to the beach from them. The apartment style accommodation is very spacious - we could have fitted another three in ours easily.
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort is a great beach front location with dolphin feeding three times a day on your doorstep. The restaurant is extremely good for dinner and serves a good breakfast and coffee in the morning too. There is a good laundry facility and a swimming pool.
The Ocean Centre Hotel Geraldton wins the award for the most welcoming reception. Apart from giving you a quick friendly round up of all you need to know to make your stay great, you also get a couple of complimentary drink vouchers so you can enjoy a beer/wine in the bar with views out to the ocean.
The Hyatt Regency is a well located, luxurious hotel with everything you need for a comfortable stay in Perth. The free bus to King's Park and the Elizabeth Quay area stops right outside the hotel. The atrium is delightful - complete with a live pianist in the early evenings - but the downside of that is that it is a long way to walk around to your room.
TheQuest Yelverton Kalgoorlie conveniently located apartment style hotel - a short walk from the Main Street in Kalgoorlie and the Tourist Information Office and Museum.. Wi fi is a reasonable speed. There is a nice spa style bath in the room. There is no restaurant here though and no laundry facilities. Our room was up a long flight of steps , which could be awkward if you have luggage to haul up.