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“Worst ever service in the UK!”

George III Hotel Restaurant
Price range: $13 - $27
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 August 29, 2013

The location is very nice. The food is decent. But the experience was just dreadful; the guy behind the bar the most unfriendly person I have met in the UK, and makes you feel miserable. Clearly in the wrong business.
I am not even mentioning that queuing for 15 minutes to order is a bit too long. Under-staffed.

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5  Thank LondonVibrations
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

This old inn, with it's wonderful natural setting and tremendous views, should have much to recommend it. Unfortunately this wasn't the case when we ate there on a recent evening.
Although staff were friendly and helpful there was an early indication that all might not be well. The white wine wasn't chilled and bar staff explained the cooler didn't work well.
For my main course I ordered pheasant breast from the Specials board. Sadly it proved inedible, being so tough I couldn't cut it with the knife. I complained, something I rarely do, and received a message back from the chef to the effect it was because pheasant was out of season! Why, then, was it on the Specials Board? To be fair we were then offered complimentary desserts but they weren't very tasty either.
It is disappointing that somewhere with so many natural advantages doesn't try to excel in other respects. It seemed as though the place was just taking advantage of local tourism to not make much effort itself.

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3  Thank Fairhead1
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Reviewed August 15, 2013

The location was stunning and the pub downstairs produced decent pub grub. On our second visit we had a really nice scollops starter and good trout and lamb shanks main. Only the bread and butter pudding was actually pretty awful. Great value for money wines, too.

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Reviewed August 6, 2013

Can't fault the location nor the flower arrangements that made this place so welcoming. Good menu, lots of fresh fish and local produce. Should have been great, right? Way wrong! Long wait, poor service. Our food did the rounds of the whole restaurant and terrace before it found us on balcony although we had given our location to the barman. Surly service from bar staff, great smiles and friendlyness from waitresses but they all forgot the cutlery! Food almost cold by the time we could eat! Seabass over cooked and tough - sign that it was less than fresh. Lamb shank ditto, roast pud and potatoes not good, fresh veg under cooked, I like them slightly under but this was a joke! Fresh fruit pavlova involved frozen fruit, the core of a pineapple and a couple of fresh strawberries - in August!!! Hardly any cream, bought meregune ice cream and heaps of sundae sauce - not my idea of a pavlova! £4.50!!!! We did complain on way out but were given the usual "will pass your comments on to management but we don't usually get complaints" rigmarole:(

Very pricey for what we got! Friends went earlier in week to cavery and were told beef had run out and no replacement or apology offered.

So don't bother. Terrible value for money, and a HUGE disappointment.

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3  Thank Karen P
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Reviewed August 3, 2013

Overpriced food that is very poor, will not use again, the barman said `it will be about half an hour` and after 1 hour i had lost my patience.

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3  Thank riley s
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