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George III Hotel Restaurant
Price range: $12 - $26
Cuisines: Welsh
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Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The George III Hotel is an historic Inn set on the banks of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary. Originally built in 1650 the hotel now offers comfortable rooms and home cooked food to locals and guests alike who all come to enjoy great home cooked classics in a relaxed atmosphere with stunning views. All of our food is cooked on site and so during busy times there can be a delay. We use a wide range of local produce from award winning local suppliers to provide tasty, comforting classic dishes. We are proud to be in the 2017 Good Beer Guide and so you can always be confident of a cracking pint or real ale here. We are always happy to help so if you have any questions or would like to make a booking please do not hesitate to contact us.
Reviewed September 3, 2012

Found this place whilst taking a short cut across the nearby toll bridge - looked busy, welcoming and in an ideal location. We decided to grab a quick beer and a light lunch. The place was clearly popular with cyclists and tourists (think its on a cycle route) - most outside tables we full but we were OK to wait. Menu looked great for a full lunch or a sandwich / baguette (which is what we had) - not cheap imo but varied and very appealing. Did take ages to order due to only having one til working but ordered eventually. Food took a while to come but with the view and location there was no hurry. Upon arrival it looked a bit "basic" pub grub but it was very tasty - all cooked well and very flavourful - beef had a really good taste to it! Other diners looked happy too - main menu portions looked very good! All in all we were happy eaters. Can't vouch for the hotel itself - location was excellent though.

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Thank Tim M
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

Called in for a drink but had to wait ages to be served and then once served had to sit in a very dirty area with lots of empty dirty tables around. The management have no idea about customer service and suggest people go to other nearby cleaner establishments who value customer service and know how to clean glasses.

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Thank VizslaCalledMonty
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

Called into what appeared to be from the outside a nice hotel during the week for a drink, not too busy but was disappointed with very slow service and the state of the establishment. The place smelt musty and was dirty so we went outside to sit and enjoy the view. The state of the outside area was much the same. We waited for someone to appear to clear a table for us as all the tables had empty glasses on them but when someone did appear they stated they would clear the tables but we never saw them again- there is a complete lack of management, lack of hygiene and his/her attitude to feedback is appauling- this establishment could be much better and we won’t be returning as there are much nicer places to sit and relax in the area which are clean, tidy and happy to serve you.

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Reviewed August 28, 2012

We stopped off on our cycle ride back to Dolgellau along the riverside cycle track to Barmouth.
The white painted pub has a cosy but somewhat dark interior with seating outside overlooking the Mawddach Estuary and the old toll bridge. It can get very busy. I had a good pint of real ale and my wife had a coffee. Both were acceptable - not brilliant but okay.The toilets were clean and the staff friendly and polite.
This was our second visit in three years (on holiday from England). If in the area again we would visit again.

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Thank CrystalShadow
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

Have just enjoyed a fabulous sunday lunch with friends at this wonderful restaurant. A lovely sunny afternoon overlooking Penmaenpool, with a table booked for lunch - what better way to spend a bank holiday sunday. The carvery lunch was superb, I have never seen such a wide selection of vegetables, all freshly cooked, carrots, carrot & swede mash, peas, cauliflour cheese, cheesy leeks, cheesy mash, broccolli, red cabbage, new potatoes, roast potatoes, enormous yorkshire puddings, 3 very tender meats to choose from and the roast parnsips were the best ever. I would recommend this for sunday lunch at a very reasonable price of £9.95 pp. I would also recommend that you book a table - it's more relaxing as it is a very busy place, especially as it is on the Mawddach Cycle Trail. Go and try it, food, atmosephere and location is superb.

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Thank Dusty5852
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