Just came back from a weekend break. Food hygiene rating shown on window is 5. I think the person who came to rate it would have wanted to give it a higher score if poss. The standard here is amazing. There are other Hotels when it comes to choosing places to stay, and other B&B's. But I totally recommend here. I can't fault it at all. The location was easy to find, and easy walk to everything. The views are amazing from the bedroom and the breakfast room. Full view of beach and castle - breathtaking. The actual house is clean, spacious, modern, simple, warm and cozy - yet not stifling. Sue the owner, was fantastic. Her attention to detail was brilliant. Simple things like just a few fresh cut flowers that were changed daily on the breakfast table and the room being totally cleaned top to toe every day with fresh towels on a hot towel rail etc...really made it lovely. She was very relaxed about times we could have breakfast and offered a huge variety of menu. The eggs were sourced locally from free range farm and were lovely. Sue was a fountain of knowledge if you required anything, but did not intrude on our stay at all. Infact, it felt like an independant stay totally, not like we were really staying in some one else's house. We had our own key etc, and could come and go as we liked. During our stay we visited a few castles and portmerion, we were worn out by the end of the day and in fairly early after eating in the local pub and had a few drinks out. Don't let the fact that there is a train crossing near put you off. I don't think I heard a train at all. We saw one once. In our room, we had TV and hairdryer and lovely shower ensuite, tea and coffee making stuff, all of it was good quality and all of the decor was in great taste. This B&B is good value for money. The breakfast alone set us up for the day ahead. Sue is an excellent host.
- Also Known As:
- Gwenddwr Criccieth, Wales