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Our visit to Gwydir Castle was a real highlight for me. It first came to my attention through some genealogy research and subsequently became a much anticipated 2-night stop during our trip to England and Wales. After reading Judy Corbett’s book, ‘Castles in the Air’,...More
We wanted to stay in a castle in N Wales that was as original as possible. Gwydir was perfect. Sympathetic restoration & interiors in keeping to its Tudor roots yet with a comfy 4 poster, massive en suite & pot of tea with china cups...More
Step into the wee entrance door , notice the peacocks , as you push open a massively heavy old castle door ...so the adventure begins. If you appreciate our ( collective)history, and understand the need to protect and save all that we can learn from...More
My partner had read Judy's book numerous times so I knew this would be a perfect birthday treat and it didn't disappoint. We stayed in the Kings room which as on a grand scale with uneven old floors, stone mullioned windows, tapestries and fantastic views...More
Having read Castles in the air by Judy (owner) we were very excited to visit, experience and stay at Gwdir Castle. What an incredible weekend we had. The most beautiful home restored to is true former glory so sympathetic to its history. We truly enjoyed...More
I am a descendent of a one time occupant of your castle, and would love to visit. Could you recommend the transportation i would need to arrange to get fron Heathrow to you. Thank you, phillip nordstrom. I am a dedcendent on my mothers side, her maiden name is gwinn.
21 November 2016|
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It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the... More
It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the castle.
It is a stunningly beautiful spot and a most memorable bed and breakfast!
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"Both rooms have beautiful canopy beds, Wifi is best in the paneled parlor."