Which best hotel in Wales; How Much do they charge per night?

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Mansion, Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion

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Caemorgan Mansion, Ceredigion

This old mansion just outside Cardigan has been restored over the past three years and is now a five-star guesthouse with five rooms (three of them are enormous). Local food, including scallops from the bay, is served around a central log-burner in the bright-red dining room.
Doubles from £114 a night B&B, caemorgan.com
Country house B&B near Llangollen, Denbighshire

A bedroom at Geufron Hall, Llangollen, Denbighshire

Forget chintz-filled country houses – the decor in Geufron Hall’s four rooms ranges from Scandi cool to retro 1960s. There are plenty of rural charms, such as collecting your own eggs from the hen house for breakfast, and the owners mix a mean cocktail, too.
Doubles from £90 a night B&B, geufronhall.co.uk
Victorian townhouse, Llangollen, Denbighshire

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A room at Manorhaus, Llangollen, Denbighshire

Manorhaus Llangollen, a boutique restaurant with five rooms, is the younger sister of Manorhaus Ruthin. Both are period properties with modern design and cool cocktail bars serving Welsh spirits, and both are in appealing, small Denbighshire towns.
Doubles from £96 a night B&B, manorhausllangollen.com
Pub with rooms, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

The Waun Wyllt, Llanelli

Closed for several years, the Waun Wyllt, an 18th-century pub, has been restored and reopened. There are still lots of original features and real ales, but now there are five bedrooms, and imaginative food, too.
Doubles £80 a night B&B, thewaunwyllt.com
Castle, Roch, Pembrokeshire

Castle Roch. Photograph: Alamy

This Norman castle has six fairytale bedrooms, with thick walls, narrow windows, and leather furnishings. The two rooms up by the battlements are an 85-step climb – but at least guests will work off the king-sized breakfasts.
Doubles from £130 a night B&B, rochcastle.com
Art hotel, St Davids, Pembrokeshire

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Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids, Pembrokeshire

Twr y Felin started life as a windmill in 1806, was extended into a house, and later converted into a hotel. Now the Grade II-listed tower is becoming a more luxurious hotel, with 20 rooms, 100 pieces of modern art, and a fine dining restaurant.
Book from April, opens in summer, doubles from £180, twryfelinhotel.com
Lakeside cabin, Cemmaes, Powys

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Lakeside cabin, Gwalia Farm

Gwalia Farm, previously open only to campers, now has a wooden cabin on the banks of a small lake. Guests staying in the two-man lodge have sole use of the lake for swimming and canoeing, a private, wood-fired hot tub and a firepit on the veranda.
From £90 a night (minimum three nights), gwaliafarm.co.uk
Drovers inn, Tregaron, Ceredigion

Y Talbot, Tregaron

Y Talbot, a 400-year-old inn with slate floors, inglenooks and Welsh cask ales, has been recently refurbished. It now has 10 light and airy rooms, and lovely landscaped gardens and terraces.
Doubles from £60 a night B&B, ytalbot.com
Barn conversion near Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Stylish interior at Trefloyne Manor, Pembrokeshire Photograph: Ross Grieve/PR

An old barn at Trefloyne Manor now houses seven bedrooms, each with quirky features – the mezzanine bath platform in Coach House Two isn’t for shrinking violets. Expect sloping ceilings, wooden beams, exposed brick and Molton Brown toiletries.
Doubles from £90 a night B&B, trefloyne.com
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