Two of us, elderly father and son, have just enjoyed a four night break in the "Arran" room at Y Meirionnydd and we are happy to recommend the hotel to anyone seeking comfortable, good quality accommodation. The room itself was made up with very comfortable twin beds, was well maintained and spotlessly clean although, for anyone staying more than the one night, being the least expensive of the rooms available, it was perhaps a little lacking in space. It was difficult to get in/out of the room without brushing against the wall mounted, flat screen, modern TV (excellent reception) and had only one small, occasional chair so that reading or watching the said TV was possible only when lying in bed. Much of the surface available for depositing the contents of one's pockets overnight, medication, reading material, etc. was taken up with the (very welcome) tea/coffee making facilities. The en suite bathroom was immaculate containing an easily controlled, relatively spacious shower cubicle (no bath) although the wash hand basin was perhaps on the small side.
Breakfasts were excellent, any cooked choices being freshly prepared to order. The restaurant, open only in the evenings, was comfortable and cosy with well padded beams to avoid head injury to any tall (and not so tall!) diners. The menu had three/four choices for each course but, as it changed infrequently, for anyone staying for several nights it was rather limiting. However, the choices were excellent (meat, fish, vegetarian) and superbly cooked to order. A good selection of wines and other drinks was available either with meals or in the bar (which was the only other public room available, there being no separate lounge for relaxing other than in one's own room). Given the prices charged, the minor limitations mentioned caused no problems and are intended to encourage potential visitors to consider paying a little more for a bit more space if the intend to spend much leisure time in the hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The five star Y Meirionnydd Townhouse is a beautiful place to stay with the bonus of its own restaurant and bar in the centre of this beautiful Snowdonia town. Our three bedrooms and two suites are all en suite of course and feature White Company toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, free Wi Fi as well as many other little touches to make your stay as comfortable as possible.Add in superb, personal service, a lovely full breakfast and of course our superb restaurant for dinner and you have the makings of a perfect getaway. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Y Meirionnydd Dolgellau, Snowdonia National Park
- y Meirionnydd Hotel Dolgellau