We lived in North Wales for 6 years and were visiting for a long weekend to see friends and visit our favourite nature watching sites.
We received a very warm welcome from the owners, Michelle and Michael, who were very accommodating to our needs and offered warm drinks on our arrival after long delays in our journey.
We found our en-suite room (ground-floor, front of property) to be very warm, clean, comfortable, and well equipped. Guests also have access to a comfortable lounge throughout their stay and we enjoyed relaxing with a pot of tea, watching the TV, and chatting with Michelle and Michael in the evening. The bedroom could only be improved with the addition of a full-length mirror and a chair and a small shelf in the en-suite bathroom.
The full English breakfast (included in the price of the room) is generous and well cooked and the conservatory affords lovely views of the garden and the mountains. The evening menu is basic but very reasonably priced; we were careful to choose Michelle's home-cooked items which we really enjoyed - especially the huge slice of Victoria sponge!
The location is peaceful and an excellent base for exploring Anglesey and Snowdonia - there are stunning views of the mountains from the front bedrooms.
Although new to hospitality, Michael has found the right balance of being both friendly and accommodating but allowing guests their freedom and privacy. We would highly recommend Taldrwst Farmhouse to other travellers and we will definitely be staying again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Taldrwst is a recently refurbished 200 year old farmhouse on the edge of the village of Dwyran on the south west side of Anglesey. The house has been tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard, with four double bedrooms with en-suites which consist of wc, basin and standard size shower cubicle:please note, two bedrooms have the basin in the room. Additionally there is a further double bedroom with four poster bed with separate (but exclusive) private family bathroom. It has a large guest lounge and dining area and bar with comfortable seating and big screen television and small library. All rooms have full central heating. Taldrwst also boasts a licensed restaurant (closed on Sundays) where evening meals are served till 8.30pm with an extensive menu with courses to suit all tastes (or many anyway!).There is a splendid panoramic view of the Snowdonian mountain range, with Snowdon itself seen clearly from the front bedrooms, lounge and dining area. Many of the most popular tourist attractions are close and visitors can enjoy lovely walks on various nearby footpaths, including Anglesey Coastal Path, and along the sandy beach at Newborough to the light house, 12th century chapel of St Dwynwen (Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers) and old pilot cottages at the magical, picturesque and historic Llanddwyn Island. ... more less
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