Enjoyed one night's dinner B&B at Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel - a relaxing break.
On arrival at the hotel, reception was deserted and we rang the bell several times before someone appeared and cheerfully showed us to our spacious & tastefully decorated rooms.
Beyond the well kept gardens & large grounds, there is a super flat cycle track along the riverbank.
The log fire in the hall warmed us after the freezing December cold air outside, and the reception rooms were comfy and traditionally decorated - a nice place to enjoy the tasty canapes (watching feisty fireworks in the garden).
The small bar stocked a good selection of bottled beers, served cheerfully, if rather intermittently (we rang that bell several times before someone appeared here too).
Really imaginative dinner menu, generous portions of quality food cooked to order, and a decent wine cellar.
Well cooked breakfast as well, but served long after we sat down, apparently due to trouble with the cooker.
On departure, checkout was also painfully slow (without apology) and bar bills (prices/amounts not disclosed the previous evening) were more expensive than anticipated.
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- Also Known As:
- Penmaenuchaf Hall Penmaenpool
- Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel Penmaenpool