A luxury boutique hotel in Wales is set to expand with a fresh set of bedrooms and a new restaurant.
Chateau Rhianfa, located on the banks of Menai Strait in Anglesey, opened in 2012 after a multi-million pound restoration project, and has since proved to be a major success.
Now the owner has announced plans to expand the site with 8 new bedrooms and the addition of a restaurant, in a bid to encourage more locals to visit the hotel.
Currently home to 22 bedrooms, the Grade-II listed property is a popular wedding venue and is seeking planning permission to transform the staff quarters to make way for the new bedrooms.
Work will only begin once consent has been given and a contractor is yet to be selected.
Speaking to the Daily Post North Wales, Martin Page, general manager at Chateau Rhianfa, said: “This is a really exciting time for Chateau Rhianfa.
"We are hoping to be able to expand our bedroom offering with this extension, and we intend these rooms to be in a beautiful New England style. And of course they will offer stunning views.
“We also have the opening of our new restaurant coming soon and we hope to see lots of local faces coming in to sample our fantastic food.”