myself and my daughter stayed on Thursday night (the opening night for wakestock) what a grand and beautiful place. Helen was a great host showing us to the room (garden twin room) and telling us all about the place and area. the communal garden was excellent to relax in louise (the dog) had a right good sniff around)
we was able to walk louise around the estate looking at the animals horses, sheep ect
breakfast was....amazing my eyes where definitely bigger than my belly full welsh breakfast, next time maybe a smaller one xx
forgot to to my daughter about the games rooms ect so she is pushing to come back
we WILL see you soon!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Close to Abersoch - we offer two double rooms; both have en-suite shower facilities as well as tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, electric blanket, colour flat screen 19" television, clock radio and free wi-fi. Our hearty breakfast in the Africa Room - start with cereal, fruit juice and fruit and move on to our renown cooked breakfast in our Africa Room, which includes quality locally produced (where available), Welsh bacon, pork sausages, black pudding, deviled lamb kidneys, a pair of Manx kippers, naturally oak smoked haddock, freshly laid home produced free range eggs, fresh mushrooms, vine tomatoes, Welsh mustard, Welsh sea salt and home made jams. We are pet friendly, have ample parking and accept major cards. ... more less