Stunning location: the bar, restaurant and outdoor seating and many of the rooms overlook the Mawddach estuary north to the hills of Snowdonia. The rooms are clean and reasonably comfortable though dated, and there is a cosy residents' sitting room off the main bar in case the weather is not good enough to sit outside. Breakfast is good apart from the dreadful coffee, dinner less so (see separate review). Service a bit haphazard but friendly. Rooms in the annexe ( the old railway station) are cheaper than those in the main hotel and in summer would suffer less from noise from the bar and outside seating ( to judge from the quantity of outside seating, the place is extremely busy in high season), though you might find the fact that a busy footpath passes within feet of your window rather offputting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- George III Hotel is superbly situated at the head of the magnificent Mawddach estuary. It is said to be one of the most beautiful in europe. The main Hotel was built in 1650 and was once a ships chandlers serving the flourishing boat building industry until around 1890 when it was converted into the Hotel. Our lodge rooms were converted in the 1970's to form 6 en-suite guest bedrooms from what was the Railway Station and Sation Masters House. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- George Iii Hotel Penmaenpool