Breakfast & Dinner
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Breakfast & Dinner
Chocolates, flowers and a bottle of house wine on the first evening
Wine and Dine
A bottle of wine on the first evening
Situated in the North Wales borderlands, the Beaufort Park Hotel is a modern, independent hotel ideal for leisure breaks, family breaks or romantic weekends away.
The hotel is sited in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, and offers easy access to the North Wales borderlands, the Wirral and Cheshire – with mountains, national parks, coast and countryside for outdoor activities and adventure breaks. For sightseeing and culture, the area is rich in heritage, with the nearby historic city of Chester, the market town of Mold and the many castles of North Wales all well worth a visit. And, with the Clwyd Theatr Cymru within a mile of the hotel, it’s ideal for theatre breaks too.
At the Beaufort Park Hotel, the relaxed but elegant Orchard Restaurant shows its commitment to Welsh produce with a menu full of fine-dining classics. In the Arches Bar and Coffee Lounge, you’ll find an informal family atmosphere, as well as a range of local ales, fine wines and light meals. And if you need to work up an appetite, the hotel even has its own squash courts.
As a recent winner of the 'Warmest Welcome in North Wales' award, The Beaufort Park Hotel is known for its friendly atmosphere and real dedication to service – whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend away or a family break.
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Where is the Beaufort Park Hotel?
Just off the A494, the hotel is a few miles from the motorway network and the City of Chester. Manchester International Airport is only 45 minutes by road and Chester railway station is only twenty minutes by car.
What’s worth visiting in Mold?
• Corris Mine Explorers – Explore the historic workings of an old Welsh slate mine, which has remained virtually untouched since is closed 40 years ago.
• Plas Teg – A 17th Century Jacobean country house, today Plas Teg is a Grade 1 listed building with a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in the country.
• Chester Zoo – The UK’s number one zoo, with over 11,000 animals, including some of the world’s most endangered species.
• Coed Moel Famau – the highest peak in the Clwydian Range, the hill is home to the Jubilee Tower, built in the early 19th century, and has been classed as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Where is there to eat & drink at the hotel?
The Orchard Restaurant is a relaxed, but elegant dining option for traditional Welsh breakfasts, sumptuous dinners and the classic Sunday Carvery – all made with finest, freshest locally-sourced ingredients possible.
The Arches Bar has an informal family atmosphere for enjoying a few tipples – with carefully selected beers, locally sourced guest ales, wines and spirits with a full array of soft drinks, coupled with a bar menu packed with delicious treats and pub classics.
Features at a glance
• 106 well-appointed rooms and suites
• Dog-friendly hotel (£15 per night)
• Television in every room
• Ample free car parking
• Informal family bar & coffee lounge
• Inviting, relaxed restaurant
• Squash courts on site
• Free Wi-Fi available
• Jacuzzi in Executive Suites
• Children’s menu on offer
• Regular entertainment events
What else do I need to know?
• Disabled access to all public areas and selected rooms – please call easy-breaks on 08430 55 44 33 or email email@example.com to check details and availability.
• Family rooms with bunk-beds for the kids available – please call easy-breaks on 08430 55 44 33 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to check details, availability and any possible kids’ deals.
• Dogs are welcome (with a £15 per night charge), but should be kept on lead at all times and are not allowed in any of the dining or function rooms.
“The Beaufort Park Hotel has one of those perfect locations – it’s in a quiet little spot, but almost everything you could look for in a break is within easy reach. For city breaks and shopping, Liverpool is a short drive. For history and culture, Chester is not far. And for outdoor activities, beautiful scenery and leisure breaks, North Wales, the Wirral and Snowdonia is on your doorstep.”