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Such a great stay in this hotel, room was really good, staff always friendly and helpful, good location even though just outside of the centre we just got cheap Uber’s to wherever we needed to go leaving the car safe in the hotel car park, my only negative would be that we went down to go for a swim ...
Had a lovely experience at the hotel, we stopped here as a midpoint in our journey home and it was perfect! It had everything we could possibly have wanted, beautiful, comfortable rooms with a huge tv and great shower! The hotel had a spa, pool and gym which we took advantage of! It had a lovely ...
This was a good hotel for what we wanted and needed . Close to bus depot. Near bars.shops and train station.we had problems with my husband's suitcase at airport and staff went way above to get it sorted. The hotel is immaculate and rooms clean armband quiet. Definately go back again
Have stayed at this hotel several times , very clean and comfortable , staff always keen to please and friendly , I would definitely pay that bit extra for a sea view because it’s just across the road . All rooms even basic ones have luxury products , fluffy dressing gowns , slippers , tea , herbal ...
Excellent hotel close to station everything was perfect the staff were very helpful the room is clean and tidy it was very quiet of the night. The breakfast was excellent service in the restaurant was quick and efficient. The price of the triple room was good value we didn't have any complaints at ...
had a great stay at this hotel, upgraded to a privilege room...fantastic view, very friendly staff highly recommend this hotel for being near to all tourist attractions and shopping.
From the arrival to when I left my stay at the Pullman was above and beyond. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The views over the Mersey, the Irish Sea and Liverpool were brilliant especially at night, with the lights on at night. The staff were smiling, welcoming and helpful throughout ...
An excellent place to stay if you're on a Beatles trip--unfortunately we had an adjoining door to the next room which was open when we arrived--it was locked by the staff but we were woken by the people next door coming into their room and talking which is always annoying in a hotel. Otherwise the ...
Holywell is a pleasant market town in North Wales, situated to the west of the River Dee estuary and within easy travelling distance of all the attractions and amenities of the North Wales coast. During the 18th Century the town of Holywell grew prosperous on the back of the mining and cotton milling industries, and the 21st century legacy of this wealth can be seen in the Georgian grandeur of the buildings along the high street.
Despite not being a major tourist hotspot in its own right – a fact that goes a long way towards explaining its quiet and relaxing appeal – Holywell contains a choice of accommodation for everyone from family holidaymakers to student backpackers. It’s even possible to source a luxury four star bed and breakfast accommodation while exploring Holywell. Coming complete with free internet access, a business centre and a library, four star accommodation of this kind is as apt for a business person looking to close a deal either side of the border with England as it is for someone simply hoping to explore the charms of the Welsh seaside.
The high street running through the centre of Holywell is a showcase for imposing Georgian architecture as well as being home to all of the household names and big brands the casual visitor might hope to find. On top of this, however, it boasts the occasional hint of luxury to complement the pampering on offer in a four star hotel.
Cwtch craft shop is located at 11 Tower Gardens and is packed with the kind of bespoke, handmade craft items you’re simply not going to find anywhere else. Artisans from the local area and beyond provide a range of goods running from souvenirs, jewellery and hand-stitched fabrics all the way to bath bombs and freshly made jams. Although the prices are reasonable the quality will always be a reminder of a little touch of luxury in the heart of Holywell.
A four star hotel in the centre of town will be ideally placed for exploring what Holywell has to offer, and top of any discerning visitors list will be the landmark after which the town is named – St. Winefride's Well.
The well is a source of natural spring water reputed to have healing powers since the 7th Century. The impressively Gothic shrine now built around it dates from the 16th Century, and the well is open to visitors every day of the year except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Catholic pilgrims from around the world visit the well, but it is a place of quiet contemplation worth seeing no matter what faith, if any, you follow.
Nature lovers enjoying four star accommodation in Holywell are particularly well served by the presence of the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park. This can be found to the east of the town centre, on Greenfield Road, and is famed for the varied species of birds and butterflies attracted by its’ wide open spaces. Lovers of history are also well served by the presence of structures from centuries gone by, such as a conserved mill and no fewer than seven scheduled ancient monuments.