Spa resorts in North Wales to consider for Mother’s Day 2022

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Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and for the first time in two years everywhere is open, so you better be on the ball this year. A spa day is a great gift to consider getting your mum this year, who’ll no doubt be over the moon at the prospect of […]

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and for the first time in two years everywhere is open, so you better be on the ball this year.

A spa day is a great gift to consider getting your mum this year, who’ll no doubt be over the moon at the prospect of relaxing and unwinding away from life’s problems, in a tranquil environment purpose built for just that.

Here in north Wales we are spoilt for choice for such getaways, as across each county there are great little retreats that promise to land you in someone’s good books.

Read more: Affordable dog-friendly cottages still available to rent for Mother’s Day 2022

Falling on Sunday 27 March this year, you have the whole weekend to impress one of the most important people in our lives.

We’ve put together a list of hotels and spa getaways to consider booking for Mother’s Day:



Relax and unwind at one of several spa hotels across North Wales

The Kinmel & Kinspa – Abergele

This hotel has a very good 8.2 rating, and is priced at £378 for two nights.

The spa from Friday & Saturday costs £215.00 per person. Single Supplement – £30.00.

They offer:

  • 1 Night Stay in Luxury Double or Twin room

  • Full Welsh Breakfast

  • Use of Thermal Spa Experience & Technogym® Gymnasium (2 hours per person)

  • Access to The Tranquillity Suite when having treatments

  • Includes a choice of 1 x 50 minute treatment from:
    • Elemis Facial • Kinspa Signature Shoulder, Face & Scalp Massage • Kinspa Signature Body & Glow Ritual • Kinspa Signature Aromatherapy Full Body Massage • Kinspa Signature Back, Shoulder & Scalp Massage • Manicure • Pedicure

  • Afternoon Tea with a glass of Prosecco in The Terrace spa restaurant

  • An evening meal in our Brasserie 1786 restaurant

Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia – Conwy

This hotel has a good 7.9 rating, and is priced at £360 for two nights.

The Overnight Spa Package costs £114.50 each (2 person minimum).

One night’s bed and breakfast in a Woodland room set upon a scenic backdrop.

1 x 55 minute treatment from a choice of:

You’ll both be treated to a glass of Prosecco on arrival. Robe, towel and slippers are provided, and all in all you’ll have 4 hours access to the facilities.

The Warren Spa and Holiday Resort – Pwllheli

On a luxurious holiday park on the North Wales coastline, The Warren is a day spa blessed with a range of indoor and outdoor facilities including a private beach.

Prices range from £49 per person.

The Spabreaks Indulgence package costs £159 per person.

You will receive:

  • Includes a 60 minute Elemis Full Body Massage
  • 1 x 60 minute Padina Pavonica Facial
  • Robe and towel provided
  • 2 hours use of the facilities before treatment


Treat your mum on Mother's Day to a glass or two of Cava and Prosecco without breaking the bank
Treat your mum on Mother’s Day to a glass or two of Cava and Prosecco whilst relaxing in a spa

Other spa hotels that have availability for Mother’s Day weekend are:

Waterloo Hotel – Betws-y-Coed

A popular choice for many, this hotel has a 8.3 very good rating and can be booked for the Friday and Saturday for £270.

Tre-Ysgawen Hall & Spa – Llangefni

This hotel has a very good 8.5 rating, and is priced at £310 for two nights.

The Quay Hotel and Spa – Conwy

Breakfast is included at this 8.6 ‘fabulous’ rated hotel. £448 for two nights.

Ruthin Castle Hotel and Spa – Ruthin

£404 for two nights, and has a 7.3 rating. Breakfast is also included.

Village Hotel Chester St David’s – Ewloe

This hotel has a 6.9 rating, and is priced at £226 for two nights.

Lion Quays Resort – Chirk

This resort has views of Llangollen, and has a very good rating of 8.0. It will cost £270 for two nights.

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