One night bed and breakfast  for two at Caer Rhun Hall

Nestled in the heart of the Conwy Valley, Caer Rhun Hall is a Grade II listed three-storey late-Victorian house surrounded by approximately 20 acres of grounds providing a tranquil and secluded setting.

The house was built on a Roman site, by General Hugh Gough in 1892. Every room has unique features with craftsmanship of an earlier era – the Tudor panelled hall, elegant Garden Room, Drawing Room and Library.

With its distinguished rooms, beautiful mature gardens and private house atmosphere, Caer Rhun Hall is the epitome of country elegance.

Now discover Caer Rhun Hall for yourself with a chance to win an overnight stay, with a bottle of Prosecco upon arrival, and breakfast for two the following morning.

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