In fact, her favourite trees still stand where she planted them. Situated near Machynlleth and Aberystwyth in Wales, the area is blessed with birds flying in from the nearby creek and the most beautiful beaches; it's certainly no surprise that the Queen adored it here.
Owned once again by previous owners Joan and Rob Bathrooms Aberystwyth Reen, the couple have truly put their stamp on it. But, of course, the influence of Her Royal Highness Queen Victoria is still very much there.
Each of the nine beautiful bedrooms is effortlessly elegant and has all those thoughtful little touches in place. Sumptuously appointed, the bedrooms are named after famous artists and the individual design of each has been inspired by the artists' style.
Guests can look forward to antique beds of a bygone age, lavish bathrooms and more. When it comes to the accommodation categories, you can choose from deluxe rooms, luxury rooms, superior rooms or the studio wing.
Ynyshir Hall is within easy reach of the finest fresh ingredients -all available locally. The restaurants large kitchen garden grows plenty of herbs, salads, soft fruit and baby veg.
Here's a taster of what to expect at this fine venue: starter: Butter Poached Borth Bay Lobster Tail; main: Roasted Sea Bass; and for dessert: Black Cherry Soufflé. When it comes to the most exquisite fine dining in Wales, you certainly can't go wrong with Ynyshir Hall.
The Perfect Retreat
If you ever stay at Ynyshir, you'll see it has a special kind of magic. Providing the ideal retreat from the outside world, highly skilled therapists are there to find the best treatments for you.
Massage, reflexology or manipulation is also available - all in the privacy of your very own room. During your stay, you can also learn exercises to help you keep supple - perhaps you could give yoga or tai chi a go?
There are so many activities to choose from, too. Local attractions include an array of walks which are dotted around the hotel, from rambles to mountain climbs; there is a walk to Bathrooms Aberystwyth suit every type of explorer.
The RSPB Nature Reserve is not far from the hall, either. This is the place to go if you want to see a whole host of beautiful birds - a favourite with avid bird watchers. The Dovey estuary is worth a visit, too - it's the only Welsh Biosphere Reserve. And, of course, during a stay here, a wander down to the delightful beach is a must.