North Wales offers sweeping mountains, glistening lakes and fabulous rugged coastlines making it the ideal location for walkers, whether it is for a leisurely stroll or more strenuous hike.
Now that the schools are on the final run up to the end of term and the sun has finally put in an appearance, many people’s thoughts are turning to holidays, and for those with children the solution to the never-ending problem of how to keep the children entertained for weeks on end.
Geoffrey Lofthouse, general manager; Arwel Jones, executive head chef and Rhys Jones, fitness instructor are undertaking a 300 mile cycle challenge from Beaulieu in Hampshire to Llandudno in over three days to raise money for the Wales Air Ambulance.
We have been accredited as an Investors In People organisation.
Running the perfect conference is dependent on a number of factors excellent facilities, knowledgeable staff, a reliable and high speed wireless connection and of course the flexibility to offer overnight accommodation for delegates.
January can be a demanding month when it comes to planning special occasions…
For the fourth year in a row Visit Wales has awarded The Imperial Hotel its esteemed Gold Award 2015.
We've just been presented once again with our certificate for the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme and scored the top rating of 5, which is awarded to eating establishments which have very good hygiene standards.
There’s not much that the single Great British pound can buy you these days. Perhaps a small chocolate bar or the essential hire of a supermarket trolley…
New Year’s Eve. The culmination of another long year and hopefully a time to celebrate to eat, drink and be merry with friends, family and loved ones.