Tre-Ysgawen Hall Country House Hotel & Spa
Isle of Anglesey
17 miles east of Holyhead, 14miles NW of Bangor
Spa & Leisure
In the converted Victorian stables a short stroll from the main house, the spa at Tre-Ysgawen Hall is soon to add to its pool, spa bath and undulating Anglesey views with a new thermal suite complete with a Roman themed salt inhalation room using Anglesey sea salt (an idea unique to the venue); as well as a feature ice fountain, a herbal sauna, luxury cold drench and an experience shower.
Continuing the renovations, the spa is adding its own unique twist to its seven treatment rooms by developing a Signature Range of products which takes inspiration from the flora and fauna of the hotel gardens and surrounding area – of particular note is the Anglesey Salt Scrub Balm.
Hotel & Accommodation
A country house dating back to 1882, Tre-Ysgawen Hall is surrounded by 11 acres of gardens and woodland with 29 bedrooms enjoying rural views, not least of all from one of their main suites which comes complete with a four-poster bed and a view of Mount Snowdon.
There are two restaurants at the hotel – Noëlle’s – serving seasonal, local produce and with two AA Rosettes to its name; and The Clock Tower – a café/wine bar in what was once the potting shed, serving everything from tea and cake to vintage wines. There is also a resident’s only billiards room complete with leather Chesterfields and a full-size snooker table.