There's no doubt that the hotel is an excellent base for exploring North Wales - but first you have to find it! Perhaps our SatNav was having an off day but we certainly had an extensive tour of the area before spotting the entrance. Whatever you do, don't type Alltami Road, Mold, into your TomTom as we were advised. You'll finish up with a real headache. The hotel is actually in New Brighton.. Or were we just unlucky? That having been said, we had a wonderful three-night break. The restaurant is great and the rooms are adequate if a little tired. The showerheads certainly need attention. There's always plenty of hot water but don't expect a power-shower! One thing we could not fault was the attitude of the staff, especially supervisor Fiona Lettsome who is a gem, extremely helpful and a real whizz when it comes to creating all manner of things out of a paper napkin. I've got to make mention, too, of three mature musicians who apparently use the hotel from time to time to play a wide range of music to which visitors are invited to sing along. 'The Fallen Archers' (sic) were great and a real asset to the Beaufort Park. Long may they carry on making music! Oh . . . and who taught us that the Welsh word for 'microwave' is 'poppety ping' (though I'm not sure how to spell it!).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With Snowdonia National Park and the fabulous North Wales coastline on our doorstep, only 20 minutes away from the historic city of Chester, the Beaufort Park Hotel truly is perfectly located for both the business and leisure traveler. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Beaufort Park Hotel Mold, North Wales