On our trip to North Wales, the Llyn Peninsula, we made a stop in Llwyngwril at Sue s house. It was a very warm and relaxed welcome from the Landlady and Taffy the dog. How nice to be greeted by such a lovely and calm dog. Our room was very clean and cosy and so was the house. We really enjoyed the bathroom not only because it was so pretty as well because of the Fish tank! Sue is obviously an Animal Lover which suits us to the ground.
The house is situated in a beautiful village in a quiet dead end road. Just a few minutes from the trainstation and a lovely beach with a breathtaking view to the Llyn Peninsula and the Costal Line. There is a small village shop and a pub but it is also not far to drive to Fairbourne to a proper sandy beach and if you like indian food. there is an authentic Indian Restaurant. Its recommended to book in advance. Barmouth, Portmadog and many more wonderful places to go to. Ask Sue, she knows these places and how to get there. She was very helpful.
Thanks again, dear Sue, we will certainly visit again not only because of your tasty breakfast.
Isabell and John
Dear Reader, please forgive me my English. I am not a native speaker. Thanks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Prysgoed provides well equipped, non smoking accommodation for adults, in a family home. Situated in the pretty village of Llwyngwril nestling in the south of the Snowdonia National Park, on the West coast of Wales near Dolgellau. Stunning scenery and a relaxing atmosphere makes this a great place to stay. This is an ideal location for walking, cycling, fishing, golf, relaxing on the beach or exploring the exciting West Wales Coastal region. ... more less
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