We stayed for 2 nights, having travelled to North Wales to walk up Snowdon (approx 45 mins drive away) - we thought we'd arrived at a luxury hotel, not a B&B! A lovely welcome on arrival from Rosie, who made us tea and coffee after our long drive, giving us time to unwind and take in the spectacular views over lake Bala. Our room looked out on the lake, was spacious and spotlessly clean. Plus we had chairs to sit outside on the veranda (albeit a bit chilly in late March!). We would definitely come back again - we felt like we were leaving old friends behind, not guest house owners. Anywhere else would charge much more for this kind of B&B in such an amazing location! They also cater for groups so ideal if a large group of you are in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Under new ownership as of January 2015, Glan Y Gro is the home of Robert and Ann Moore who warmly welcome visitors/guests who wish to find peace and tranquility and enjoy beautiful surroundings that are a joy for walkers, cyclists and other outdoor activists, not to mention water sports. Glan Y Gro is in a unique position, offering guests accommodation on the shores of lake Bala (Llyn Tegid) and yet is only approx 1.5Miles from Bala town itself. All rooms are either double or twin and offer views of the lake. All guests can use the balconies, with some rooms having direct access - they offer a great opportunity to pass a tranquil evening watching the sun go down (weather permitting) over the mountains. Robert and Ann are committed Christians and welcome enquiries from churches and church groups or other charities who would like to organise small group get-aways or courses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Glan Y Gro Bala, Wales