This hotel represents good old fashioned Wales, its got (mostly) lovely staff, and fantastic food, coach house style and a good atmosphere and ambience. Its rooms are cosy, with mix and match furniture and linen - its homely and quaint, and has charm but it is not luxurious, so if that is what you are looking for, it may not be for you to stay... but definitely dine there, the food is good.
The room cost for what you get is a little expensive at £85 per double per night I think
but it is probably the best hotel in the little historical town of Machynlleth though.
Rooms to the front get to hear the hourly chime of the clock tower, so take some ear plugs if this will bother you, rooms at the back don't have this problem.
It has a good pizza place on site too and a well stocked bar. Breakfast is good and hearty.
We were here on business and have been back a number of times this year, mostly because are few choices that are so central to the town.
- 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