- 5 guest reviews
"Business trip with colleague. Superb find. Hidden gem. Our hostess made us welcome and nothing was too much trouble. The location is a spect..."
"The welcome was warm and genuine. The room all at once inviting, relaxing and thrilling. This building has a soul and gives an experience no..."
"Tower is a superb house in a beautiful and peaceful - very atmospheric and was a wonderful experience. The accommodation is clean, comfortab..."
"What an amazing opportunity to stay in this fabulous building. I can't believe how lucky we were to find this little gem. The standard of th..."
"Stunning house. Made to feel very welcome...."
About the hotel
TOWER is the only Welsh fortified border house still standing and, as such, is listed as a Grade 1 building of outstanding historical interest. For more than five hundred years TOWER has passed down through the family and has evolved from a lair for marauding raiders into the peaceful, gentrified home of the present owner. TOWER is ideally situated for visiting the many other Historic Houses, Castles and National Trust properties such as Chirk, Erddig, and Bodnant Garden in North Wales, or Arley Hall & Gardens, Lyme Park, Ness Gardens and Tatton Park in Cheshire.
For culture lovers there is Theatre Clwyd in Mold, the Welsh National Portrait Gallery at Bodelwyddan Castle and Llangollen the home of the International Eisteddfod. Here are some more you could visit and see: Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight, not forgetting the walled city of Chester with its Roman amphitheatre, Elizabethan architecture, world famous Zoo and Roodee Racecourse which are just a few miles away. Walkers can try Offa’s Dyke, the Clwydian Hills or various walks along the North Wales coast and the Dee estuary – or a gentle stroll round the gardens of TOWER.
Showing Saturday 10 October 2015 to Sunday 11 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
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- From 17:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- Pets are not allowed
100% would recommend it to a friend
Built 1465, quiet, peaceful, impressive, marvellous experience
Business trip with colleague.
Superb find. Hidden gem. Our hostess made us welcome and nothing was too much trouble. The location is a spectacular, quiet, country house location just outside of Mold, North Wales with wonderful character and history. Tower ramparts made hairs on the back of neck stand up. Rooms and ensuites have bags of character,style, originality mixed with practical modern design, and small finishing touches that make your stay experience just wonderful. Breakfast is freshly cooked using local ingredients. Cannot praise it enough. Will be back. Tom C Notts
Immerse Yourself in History
The welcome was warm and genuine.
The room all at once inviting, relaxing and thrilling. This building has a soul and gives an experience not to be missed.