Llanrhaeadr Springs is set in the old outbuildings of the great Llanrhaeadr Hall. The earliest known records of Llanrhaeadr Hall state that it originally belonged to the Salusbury family who, at the time, owned an abundance of local land. There is evidence of the Salusbury’s being at Llanrhaeadr in 1400 and of a Thomas Salusbury residing here in 1508. The property passed to John Lloyd of Bodidris, on his marriage to Catherine Salusbury. The Lloyd family sold the hall to Maurice Jones of Merionethshire, who died in Llanrhaeadr in 1702, aged 30, and whose grave is in St Dyfnog’s Church.
Now Llanrhaeadr Springs is a unique spa and wedding venue, complete with boutique accommodation and fine dining restaurant. Nestled in the North Wales Clwydian Range, Llanrhaeadr Springs is quite simply a picture perfect setting for your wedding, spa day or romantic getaway.