This hotel is an older hotel but it was clean and had a nice sized room and bathroom. There was a couch and a coffee table and a small tv. Plus, there was adequate storage areas and places to put 2 cases. There were steps in the bathroom up to the tub and very steep stairs to get up to the rooms! Even though the floors were typically the old style and creaky the hotel was very, very quiet at night. The bed was mostly comfortable but one nit pick would be that the pillows were extremely hard and very low.
The parking behind the hotel was very tight and if it gets very busy can be quite difficult to get a place to park.
The food was okay. The dinner meal that we ordered (goose) was very flavorful and had a good selection of vegetables (something we always like!) but there was hardly any meat and it was mostly stuffing – possibly a bad choice the other meals looked nice.
Breakfast was a good buffet selection of cereal and fruits and the waiter took the order for toast and tea or coffee plus a cooked breakfast if you wanted it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A lovely old Town House hotel, rebuilt in 1780 for the Williams- Wynne family, then a coaching inn known originally as The Unicorn (Our full name is officially : The Wynnstay, Herbert Arms and Unicorn Hotel!!) We have been welcoming travellers for centuries, and would love to add you to that growing list, so book now to avoid disappointment!!! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wynnstay Hotel Machynlleth, Wales