Location just out of the village, right on the main road. No attractions within walking distance except the lake. No decent pub/restaurant where you can get without a car. Rooms are small - we had a larger one and I can't imagine it getting any smaller. Service is poor - we had to leave around 8 and all we got for breakfast were toasts and cereals.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 17th century farmhouse with attractive lounge and dining room. Seven en-suite bedrooms located in the Old Haybarn and the Old Stables, sleep a maximun of 19 people. The buildings have been converted retaining oak beams and exposed stone walls. Garden, with pool, waterfall feature, attractive Japanese garden and garden railway, overlooks Trawsfynydd Lake. Bedrooms are level access, ideal for disabled/less ambulant. Generous breakfasts. Excellent for small cycling and walking groups. Secure bike storage. Beautiful area for photographers. Owners are keen photographers, producing Audio Visual sequences. Bring your sequences and entertain us all! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Old Mill Farmhouse Trawsfynydd, Wales