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The reputation of the restaurant at Maes-y-Neuadd is usually enough to encourage visitors: the vegetables come from the hotel’s own garden and all the food is seasonal and local. Set in the blissfully wild expanse of Snowdonia National Park, this 14th century manor house is blessed with a cosy conservatory with views of the Lleyn Peninsula, charming, walled kitchen gardens and quiet, pleasantly decorated bedrooms, but there’s one other factor which will add to your having a soothing, rejuvenating break that most hotels certainly don’t offer: that of the friendly ghost. She’s reputed to have been a much-loved nanny to the children of a family which inhabited the house some centuries ago, and her purpose in continuing to walk the earth after dark seems to be to bring nothing other than peace, comfort and a calm night’s sleep to all who encounter her.

Written by  larapiegeler.

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