Stayed for two nights - everyone most welcoming and the evening meal was excellent. I can recommend the steak (first night) and the rack of lamb (second night). Lashings of vegetables - almost too much, so don't bother about afternoon tea when you're out. Try the Welsh whisky, too - a very clean taste. My wife said the water pressure in the shower was low and this meant the temperature fluctuated. She said the bath towels could have done with being bigger. Didn't bother me. A word of warning - the hotel is approached by a rough-made road, so watch your exhaust. Probably best not to take a sports car or low slung vehicle! I would be happy to return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This family run bed & breakfast Guest House is situated in seven acres of private grounds and is surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Guests enjoy stunning views across the Vale of Glaslyn to some of the highest mountains in England and Wales including Mount Snowdon, while having nearby access to local towns, amenities and leisure activities. ... more less