Vistied the restaurant for Sunday lunch in a group of 21 (10 adults and 11 children). Will say from the start that the food was lovely BUT were rushed from the moment we entered to ensure we were out by 13:30 for the next Sunday lunch sitting. It wouldn't be so bad if this was a gentle request at the start of what we hoped would be a memorable group meal but ieating lunch with a waitress hovering over your tables and being badgered to eat your food by a strict deadline makes for memories of another sort. Disliked the fact that staff were clearing plates from the table whilst some of the group was still eating - incredibly rude! We may have had time to eat our food "in good time" if they had managed to serve the children's meals we had ordered together at the same time. Instead they brought out 2 meals at a time every 5 minutes so that the whole party was eating at staggered time. THis restaurant has been a high talking point this holiday but for all the wrong reasons. If you want to go here then remember the parting comments of one of the children in our party: "why did the lady say i couldn't leave until i had picked up all the peas off the floor?" Will not be recommending,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- George III Hotel is superbly situated at the head of the magnificent Mawddach estuary.It said to be one of the most beautiful in europe.In the Hamlet of Penmaenpool. The main Hotel was built in 1650 and was once a ships chandlers serving the flourishing boat building industry until around 1890 when it was converted into the Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- George Iii Hotel Penmaenpool