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The Old Rectory
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Reviewed 12 September 2013

Whilst only a one night stop over we were very impressed with the Old Rectory. Friendly welcome, super room (1) and a breakfast large enough to see you through the day.
Ideal place to explore the peninsular but peace and tranquility if you want to stay on site. Large public rooms, extremely comfortable.
Ideal for golfers wanting to be based around some super courses. Our next visit will be much longer.

Room Tip: Limited number of rooms but all of a high quality. There is also the cottage which caters for a family.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Eric445
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Reviewed 10 September 2013

We had not stayed at the Old Rectory since the change of ownership some 3 years ago but were very pleased that chance brought us back. Lyndsay & Gary have done a great job in updating and improving what was already a nice B&B - lovely building, beautiful grounds. Lyndsay gave us a great welcome on arrival and made us feel very at home. Between us we had rooms 1 & 2 - both really well appointed to the front of the building, large comfortable beds and good pillows, tea & coffee making facilities with fresh milk, free wifi, nice bathrooms with good powerful showers - all very clean and homely. Breakfast was fantastic and plentiful - delicious fresh fruit/berries, really good quality bacon & sausages - plenty of tea and toast - perfect. Do not hesitate to stay at The Old Rectory - you will not be disappointed, the 4 of us were delighted with our stay - thank you Lyndsay & Gary.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Thank GeorgeCz
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Reviewed 8 September 2013

We received a 'thank you' gift of a two night stay in The Old Rectory from one of our children for some parental assistance (that itself was a pleasant surprise!). We checked the website and being an active, retired couple we added a few more days to give us the opportunity of some walking in North Wales. We were so glad we did.
Leaving aside the beauty and majesty of Snowdonia and the Welsh Coastal Walks, our stay with Gary and Lindsay was equally as noteworthy. The location was perfect being so close to walks, towns, coastal resorts and places of interest. The house is to die for, sitting squarely in the middle of large manicured gardens. Interior decoration and furnishings are tasteful and subtly reflect the period of the house. Our bedroom was large and extremely comfortable, with touches of luxurious detail - little manicure sets in the drawer, miniature decanters of sherry with chocolates, the little churn of fresh milk outside the door every day. To top it all, Gary and Lindsay were the perfect hosts, so friendly and welcoming, always willing and available to assist when needed. A truly five star break with a five star couple.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank roger m
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Reviewed 7 September 2013

Only stayed one night, but that was enough to appreciate the place and the people. The Old Rectory itself is a beautiful building set in gorgeous garden surroundings. We received a really warm welcome from Lyndsay when we arrived. The room was superb, very clean, comfortable and nicely decorated. Although we forgot to hand in the breakfast request form, when we went for breakfast the next morning nothing was too much trouble for Lyndsay. We had a superb full english breakfast, which was delicious. We had quite a taxi journey coming back from meeting our friends, but thankfully, Lyndsay had given us a great recommendation for a taxi firm, and this proved to be exceptionally reasonable for the length of the journey. If I was holidaying in the area again, I would definitely be looking to stay at The Old Rectory. Thank you Lyndsay and Gary for a lovely visit. John and Bev

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank JBD56
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Reviewed 25 August 2013

It can be hard to find high quality accommodation near Nefyn, but the Old Rectory is a brilliant B&B. The hosts are welcoming, friendly and very helpful. The breakfast, with locally sourced bacon and sausages, was first rate. The rooms have all been redone in the last few years, and are decorated and finished to a high standard. The grounds around the house are beautiful. It's a really lovely place to stay, with hosts who obviously take great pride in providing a charming and relaxing destination. Will definitely recommend this and be back again.

Stayed: August 2013
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