The welcoming wasn't as we expected. Ian was very uninviting. There was no conversation nothing. It was just straight away: Sign here, room is upstairs, don't throw anything down the WC ( Signs everywhere telling you this not once but three times). Don't get me wrong. I understand that they are worried because the power of the Toilet is very weak indeed and I wouldn't want people throwing anything down it either. It was just the way we were being told and three signs and a warning you have to pay 75£ if the WC gets blocked was a bit over the top. It made us worry going to the WC at all, because it didn't even flash properly with things that suppose to go down the WC. The next lecture we've got was turn the TV off if you don't use it. Breakfast is between 8:15 am and 8:30 am ( No exceptions because of the Aga). So if you need to get out early for the day, you have to go without breakfast. Everywhere you looked inside and outside there where signs telling you don't do this, don't do that, Beware of this beware of that. We just thought it was all a bit over the top and didn't feel relaxed at all. If you like sleeping on a firm Mattress, than the bed isn't for you. It was very soft. The good points are that the Breakfast was good. Janet was very polite serving the breakfast. Near the end of our stay Ian and Janet suddenly did react to us trying to have a conversation. They even pointed out a few things that might interesting us. Maybe they just had a few bad days. It would of just been nice to have this friendliness at the beginning of our stay. Other points: The B&B is about ten minutes walk to the middle of the village where you've got lots of places to eat and drink. We found the best place to eat was right next door to the B&B the Ty Gwyn Hotel. The food was just goergeous and worth every penny. The area was breathtaking! I Don't think I ever seen so many Waterfalls in one place.
- Also Known As:
- Glyntwrog House Betws-y-Coed, Wales
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beautifully positioned 4 star Guest House set in own 5 acre woodland at the edge of the village, quiet peaceful location yet a short walk to restaurants and all village amenities and attractions. All rooms en-suite, beautifully appointed and with lovely river and valley views. ... more less
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