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Pale Hall Hotel
Palť Estate
Llandderfel

Bala
North Wales

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Undoubtedly one of the finest buildings in Wales whose stunning interiors include many exquisite features such as the Boudoir with its hand painted ceiling, the magnificent entrance hall and the galleried staircase. One of the most notable guests was Queen Victoria, her original bath and bed being still in use. With the finest cuisine served, guests can sample life in the grand manner.

Leisure Facilities:

Fishing, Game Shooting, Walking.
Nearby: Horse Riding, Canoeing, Sailing, White Water Rafting, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Archery, Go-Carting, Quad Trekking, Off Road Driving.

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TWO NIGHT BREAK
Small double: £355.00.
Standard double/twin: £410.00.
Large double: £490.00.
Superior double/twin: £520.00.

3 NIGHT BREAK
Small double: £495.00.
Standard double/twin: £580.00.
Large double: £690.00.
Superior double/twin: £750.00.

These rates are available only by booking direct by telephone with the hotel and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers.
Available until the end of 2011 excluding Christmas and New Year.

Offers posted Mon 31st Jan 2011

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