Dined here for Sunday lunch. Have eaten here before so knew roughly what to expect.
Food was generally good although some desserts seemed quite small - portion wise - particularly the cheeses. However, no supplement for cheese and biscuits unlike some places
Overall the meal represented reasonably good value for money, unlike the bar, where the prices are extortionate. Well over £5 for an average bottle of beer and other drinks similarly expensive.
Each time I go I think to myself - this place has seen better days - so will probably go elsewhere next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is perfectly-positioned between the Snowdonian mountains and the Cambrian coast, just outside the pretty seaside village of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi in traditional Welsh). With panoramic sea views, the Trefeddian Hotel's accommodation is the perfect place to enjoy crisp mornings and sun speckled afternoons. Each of our 59 hotel bedrooms and three self-catering units are well equipped with all the modern comforts you need to feel right at home. We have a range of sea view and hill view bedrooms, with a lift to all floors. Quietly charming and traditional, the Trefeddian Hotel has been passed down the generations of the Cave-Browne-Cave family who firmly believe in 'good old-fashioned hospitality'. Nothing is too much trouble, just let us know any special requirements, we will do our very best to meet them. Being an award winning family friendly hotel, the Trefeddian is the ideal place for a family holiday in Wales, there is just so much to do, rain or shine! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Trefeddian Hotel Aberdovey, Wales