My husband and son stayed here for two nights and myself and my daughter joined them for one night. If I tried really hard I couldn't find anything remotely bad to say about this place. The rooms were lovely, spacious and well equipped and the beds were so comfortable we wanted to bring them home with us. The staff and owners were friendly and helpful, not many places make the effort to put on an early breakfast on a Sunday, but as we were at a sporting event and had to leave at eight the first breakfast sitting was 7.30 and well worth having, the food was cooked to order and was cooked just right.
All I can say is thank you so much for a wonderful stay, it was better value and a far superior service and facilities to many of the hotels we ave stayed in and paid more for them.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated at the gateway of Snowdonia’s National Park, this small, family-run B&B is set within an area of natural beauty, amidst the rolling heather moors of the Hiraethog. Llwyn Onn is a former Victorian Watermill sympathetically restored into a modern welcoming guest house. Nestled amid 6 acres of land, the house boasts beautiful views, a natural lake to the front, with ducks and local wildlife, and open fields leading up to the Berwyn Mountain range behind.Within easy reach of Clocanog Forest and Llyn Brenig, which is popular for fishing and boating, the house also provides the perfect base for walking holidays; nearby you will find Bala Lake; offering white-water rafting and sailing, Betws-y-Coed and Mount Snowdon. ... more less
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