We were meant to be camping in Wales, however under torrential rain we gave up. We wanted somewhere basic and cheap to stay. This place fit the bill pretty well. There were no mod cons, however the room was clean and we were so glad to be out of the rain. the place was very quiet and we were pretty much allowed to choose our room. It's a rabbit warren of corridors, with rooms everywhere. Our room was very dated, and was straight out of the 1970s. It is a long time since i have seen carpeted walls and a turquoise bathroom suite this took me back to my childhood. We were the only people in the pub and the land lord kept serving us till quite late on. This place needs a refurb both pub and room wise, but as mentioned was cheap and cheerful, and when there's so much to do in the area you don't want to spend it in the room anyhow.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- I Have recently taken this Hotel over in the past few months as a manager to accomodate for better standards and keeping up our reputation for excellent traditional quality locally produced food at a reasonable price with a good selection on the children's menu and an outstanding reputation for real ale, lagers, ciders and a selection of fine wines. We are renound for being a children and dog friendly hotel and we are now working on our rooms re-decorating them but they all have a new comfortable bed with fresh linen and a flat screen TV with built in DVD player to make your stay as cosy as possible for a budget priced hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Prince Llywelyn Hotel Beddgelert, Wales