My girlfriend and I stayed here for three nights over the August bank holiday and were very pleased with our choice of hotel in the Wynnstay. I thought at first glance that owing to the incredibly reasonable prices it would be out of town, but on looking at a map found it couldn't be better placed - right in the centre of town, a stone's throw from the river Dee in a charming old coaching inn on a picturesque little street; an excellent little restaurant called Gales is right next door.
Our room was on the top floor with a view onto the winding street - a little basic in terms of furnishings but totally clean, tidy and cheerful with a comfortable bed, tea and coffee, ensuite bathroom etc. Only tiny issue with the TV supplied was that we noticed the digibox wasn't working properly, but hey, we went to enjoy the countryside.
Staff were all extremely pleasant and courteous, the owner was totally dedicated to making us feel at home and I very much appreciated the relaxed policy for checking in and out. Thanks folks!More