Chateau Rhianfa is an award winning luxury hotel located on the Menai Strait in North Wales. Spectacularly luxurious, magical and completely unique, this one time stately home has 30 delightfully decorated rooms for guests to enjoy as well as three self catering options
- 5 star rated (Visit Wales) - luxury Chateau overlooking the Menai Strait on Anglesey & towards Snowdonia
- Magnificent grand bedrooms & suites
- RIB boat rides from own private slipway
- Sauna & hot tub
The following offers are showing provisional availability*.
Chateau Rhianfa Experience
Stay in a classic room and receive:
- Complimentary room upgrade on the day (subject to availability)
- 3 course dinner for two on one evening from the A la Carte menu (£35 per person allowance).
- Full breakfast daily
1 night stay
Package Price: £107.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)
2 night stay
Package Price: £187.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)
3 night stay
Package Price: £257.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)
Ultimate Luxury Escape
Stay in a luxurious suite room and receive:
- Complimentary bottle of Champagne in your room on arrival and box of chocolates
- 3 course dinner on one evening from the A la Carte menu (£35 per person allowance).
- Full breakfast daily
- Complimentary lazy late check out to 12.30pm
1 night stay
Package Price: £144.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)
2 night stay
Package Price: £249 per person per stay (based on two sharing)
All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.
* Offers showing provisional availability are subject to confirmation with the hotel and availability is not guaranteed. No funds will be taken from your card until the booking is confirmed, which will usually be within a few hours.
Offers showing instant availability are live and will be confirmed immediately.
Facilities at Chateau Rhianfa
Chateau Rhianfa is a 5 star award winning luxury hotel with luxurious bedrooms and stunning views over the Menai Straits on Anglesey in North Wales. This Grade II listed Victorian property is modelled on a French Renaissance Chateau.
Each of the 30 bedrooms has been transformed to offer luxury hotel accommodation so that you can enjoy all of the comforts you would expect from sumptuous accommodation with that little something extra.
Enjoy outdoor dining overlooking the hotels' private beach and jetty, or wander through the attractive gardens and 4 acres of grounds.
Some of the Classic rooms are located in the Lodge, less than a minute's walk from the main house. These rooms may not be in the main house, but they have guaranteed views over the Menai Straits and Snowdonia mountain range.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Car parking is available on site.
The hotel is a Grade II listed building over 6 floors. There is a lift but there are also 6 steps into the main reception
Children under 2 charged £10 per night for a cot on request.
Older children charged £25 per night for an extra bed. Breakfast is an additional £9 per child per night.
Pets are not allowed
The Rooms at Chateau Rhianfa
Beautifully decorated with wonderfully comfortable double beds, the classic double rooms make for a stylishly lazy stay with gorgeous en-suite bathrooms and fantastic views towards the Snowdonia peaks.
The newest rooms at Chateau Rhianfa. All 8 of these beautiful double rooms have been recently renovated in classic New England style. With a restful colour palette of blues, greys and white and stylish wood panelling features, you'll quickly feel your cares drift away.
Each ensuite has decadent marble tiles, luxury toiletries, and a shower (with the exception of room 7 which enjoys a bath). Every one of these rooms boasts stunning views across the Menai Strait from the garden location of Rhianfa Lodge – a beautiful location from which to enjoy your Anglesey stay
Classic Rooms are located both in the main House and Rhianfa Lodge
Lush and plush, light and airy, with spectacular sea views over the Menai Strait and Welsh mountains. The large king sized beds will swallow you up, making it very hard to get up in time for breakfast, while the super en-suites and feature bath add a touch celebrity styling.
Le Dragon Rouge
Welcome to Le Dragon Rouge, our award-winning restaurant steeped with romance and ignited with an enchanting flair. Taste the magic as Chef and his talented team cook up a treat behind the scenes, serving delicious dishes from our seasonal menus with wines to match, handpicked from the vintage racks in our atmospheric Wine Caves.
Our food celebrates who we are. Serving up a twist of imaginative genius taking the very best flavours of our Welsh roots and infusing them with the culinary wizardry of French cuisine. Using our enchanting surroundings to ignite a touch of gourmet magic in the restaurant's romantic ambience, we've handpicked the finest ingredients that showcase the best of North Wales. Using crabs and lobsters caught straight from the Menai Strait, we asked Chef to add a touch of his award-winning creative flair to cook you up a real treat.
Chateau Rhianfa Location
Map & Directions
Car parking is available on site.
How to get here
Leave the A55 at junction 8A and at the T-junction turn right onto the A5 Continue down the hill passing straight over at the roundabout and into the centre of Menai Bridge. Turn left onto the High Street which becomes Ffordd Cadnant. Drive for just under 1.5 miles where Plas Rhianfa will be seen on the right hand side.
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Location & Local Attractions
Close to the picture-postcard village of Beaumaris and just 12 miles from Snowdonia Park, Plas Rhianfa's enviable position is convenient for the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club, various marine activities, excellent walking, boutique shopping and restaurants.
The estate lies within 2 miles off the A55 expressway.
Chateau Rhianfa Reviews
- 35 reviews
- Member since 2013
Anglesey, Wales, LL59 5NS
Food and accommodation good. we didn't receive the complimentary bottle of champagne and chocolates on arrival. On departing we were issued with a bill for the total cost of the stay which we had previously paid via offpeakluxury.
Excellent location let down by disappointing restaurant supervision, service and food
Stayed 4 nights at the lodge alongside this hotel enjoying an excellent view of the Menai Straights. It is a great base for exploring Anglesey and Snowdonia. The room met our expectations. I had booked the hotel for my wife's birthday so that she could enjoy a birthday dinner in great surroundings. The meal proved to be a big let down as the service and the food itself was disappointing. We ate from the set menu but the service was extremely slow; we arrived at 7 pm and did not finish eating until 9.45. This was far too long. My wife had to send back her main course. It should not have been served because it had been left waiting in the kitchen and so not freshly served which should have been evident to staff. The replacement dish also fell short. The restaurant was in need of experienced supervision.
There was also a problem at breakfast on the first day when the full menu was not available to guests because of the absence of the chef due to illness. At no point did I see anyone from senior management checking on the day to day operation of the restaurant.
Stayed one night in the Duchess suite what a fantastic room with views over the straits.
My wife just loved the large bath located in the window area. The service and staff were excellent also the dinner that night. Would recommend anyone to visit or stay at this hotel. We will be back!
Could be better
This hotel is quite magical however it could really be improved by a better restaurant and better staff in the restaurant. We felt the staff were on work experience. Our first nights meal was quite poor. We ordered lamb and my partner ordered steak. We had to ask for steak knives and part of our meal didn't arrive.The quality of the meat was poor. Staff would come into the restaurant and not be aware people needed attention. The front desk staff however were very good indeed. The hotels situation Is second to none and we thoroughilly enjoyed the ambiance. Get rid of the pink dragon. It gives the impression of a theme park. It charges 5 star prices and with a little more effort it has the makings of a 5 star hotel. We would stay again but would probably eat out.
The little things!
As it says in the title, its the little things that make a break special and sadly this hotel didn't deliver. I stayed here with my daughter as a treat as she was finishing University of Bangor. I felt like because we got the hotel on a special offer break we were given substandard treatment. The hotel itself has a fabulous location and is very quirky throughout. Lots of cushions in the lounge areas for comfort however they always looked so untidy. I think the lack of staff was the problem. Considering the word 'luxury ' is thrown about a lot when this hotel is advertised there was nothing luxurious about it. Service with a smile was rare and the barman spent more time apologising to his colleagues for not being able to help in the restaurant as he was serving guests while preparing our drinks. Sitting on the summer terrace on a balmy spring evening sipping gin and tonic overlooking the Menai Straits would have been lovely apart from the 30-40 cigarette butts at our feet. Pretty sure smoking is banned in hotels. The gardens are lovely though. The room however lacked the love. There was a broken tile on our bathroom floor conveniently placed to stub your toe on. The carpet had seen better days. No biscuits. The window had to be open fully or not at all. The best part though was the early morning call at 5.30-6am from the staff. Yes our room was right next to the kitchens with a brick wall as our view. Someone was running up and down the stairs constantly for half an hour under our window. Dragging what sounded like barrels or boxes along the ground. Then the best bit started, the generators kicked in. Well if you weren't awake already you were after that! This room probably had the worst location in the hotel. I don't know what the other rooms were like but this one was so disappointing. Dinner was lovely and the staff were nice. Breakfast was quirky sat in a little turret. The food in this hotel is outstanding, this made up for the rest of our stay. I was a little disappointed when I asked the waiter for marmalade for my toast however and he told me it was on the breakfast table. All the other tables already had jam and marmalade on them but ours had been missed (not on purpose I'm sure) I am used to better treatment in 4-5* star hotels. It wouldn't have killed me to collect my own marmalade but that wasn't the point. He must have thought better of his actions however and did get me some in the end. It seems petty reading this review on the things I have picked up on but everyone wants special treatment when they are paying good money to stay somewhere special. I was told on checking out that a manager would contact me to discuss my complaints. That was four weeks waiting!
Beautiful location and lovely hotel
Stayed here recently for one night, and had a lovely stay here. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful, and happy to assist with advice on the local area. On checking in, the young lady who showed us to the room even explaining that the number of ships on the picture on the wall related to the floor that we were on, a nice little touch! Would recommend this hotel, and would definitely stay here again. The only slight negative, was the doors slamming through the evening/night. They aren't soft closing doors like more modern hotels, and would have made such a difference to overall quietness during the night and hindered our sleep a little.