You can spend the night at this cool Welsh library.

Bookworms, this one is for you. Have you ever liked a library so much that you didn’t want to leave? At this Welsh library, you don’t have to. At Gladstone’s Library, visitors have the option of spending the night in one of their boutique rooms. This book emporium offers readers a library experience like you have never had before. As the only residential library in the world, Gladstone’s Library is breaking new ground in both literary and accommodation.

Are you ready to book your stay at Gladstone’s Library?

Four-time prime minister William Ewart Gladstone originally built this marvelous edifice. A lover of prose, Gladstone read up to 20,000 books in his lifetime. Gladstone’s Library opened in 1906 and has since been a bountiful source of some of the finest literature.

There is a lot to do here at Gladstone’s Library. If you want a break from pouring over the 150,000 on shelf books, check out any of the recreational activities. The schedule changes weekly, so you’ll never grow bored. Enjoy a delicious meal or cup of coffee at the on site Food for Thought bistro. The menu offers everything from a scone to a freshly made sandwich. Of course Food for Thought bistro also hosts afternoon tea regularly. From 3pm to 4pm Monday through Friday, guests can enjoy their latest reads over hot tea and fresh pastries.

Gladstone’s Library’s 26 boutique bedrooms create a tranquil atmosphere to decompress from hours of reading. The fresh look of the rooms, complete with reading lamps and your own personal bookshelf, add to the ambiance. You can spend the night at the library for just £66 per night, plus breakfast the next day.

Book your stay at Gladstone’s Library soon and spend the night surrounded by thousands of Wales’s finest books.

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Faith is a writer and social media manager residing in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She is passionate about people and currently attends university in pursuit of a degree in Clinical Psychology and Counseling. A nomad by nature, Faith finds utmost joy in trekking around the globe and strongly advocates backpacking as the best way to explore anywhere. Being a bookworm and an avid coffee drinker, she is likely to be found sipping an Americano and mulling over a classic novel.


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