Rhiwiau Isaf is tucked away in a beautiful location surrounded by hills, fields and cattle. It’s wonderfully peaceful and quiet, and we had a gorgeous view from our breakfast table. Our room was very spacious with a comfy bed, TV (with freeview) and DVD player. There’s also a lounge for guests that also has a TV.
Ruth who runs the place is lovely and very helpful. Breakfasts were varied – full cooked, porridge, kippers, fruit etc. She also offers dinners, snacks and packed lunches for days out.
If you’re travelling by public transport you need to be reasonably fit because it’s on a hill (rhiw is Welsh for hill), but it’s well worth the effort. It’s also a great place for walking. There’s a very reliable and frequent bus service which runs between Caernarfon and Llandudno, plus the train which runs between Birmingham and Holyhead so it’s really easy to get to all the main towns along the coast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rhiwiau is ideally situated 600 feet up in a secluded valley with mountains to the rear, panoramic views overlooking the Menai Straits and Isle of Anglesey and less than 5 minutes from the A55! We have been family owned and run since 1972. Rhiwiau always offers a warm welcome and a happy relaxed atmosphere as the many return guests confirm. ... more less
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