We stayed at this guest house for a weekend break mid October. We are so glad we decided to stay at this establishment, Sally the owner goes out of her way to be helpful to all guests. On the Saturday at breakfast we said we are going to look for a National Trust place near Aberdaron, next thing Sally appears with detail of the property and how to find it from her computer.
The rooms are very clean and comfortable, served with an excellent breakfast. The location is great for touring around, and the guest house in the tight position for walking around Criccieth. There are some excellent restaurants in Criccieth, but be warned they stop taking bookings from 8 30pm. On the Saturday evening we went out to eat but found most where booked up from the previous evening, because I had tipped the waitress the previous evening by going back there she did get us a table.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ty'n y gwynt offers a warm welcome, clean, fresh, comfortable accommodation with wonderful views of Criccieth Castle and the sea. Converted to self-catering apartments in 2016, fully fitted with en-suite bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, dining area and two televisions. Free WiFi. Only 100 yards from beach, restaurants and pubs within walking distance, Snowdonia National Park with all its attractions within 30 minutes drive. Good train and bus services. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ty'n y Gwynt Criccieth, Wales