My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights on the 26th and 27th July this year. We followed the directions on the map we'd been supplied and after a minor detour we arrived at the B&B about an hour before check in time. Ian saw us out the window and came out and showed us to our room. It was large and airy with 2 windows with good views over the village. There is a large comfortable bed, double settee, plenty of tea and coffee and a good sized ensuite.The breakfast was excellent. The B&B is a short walk to the town centre which has a good Indian restaurant, The Lemon Tree and a nice man in the Post Office. The B&B is an ideal base for visiting Portmeirion (10 mins), Porthmadog (15 mins) and Snowdonia ( 30 mins). Ian and Sarah are excellent hosts and we really enjoyed our stay there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- VisitWales 4 star Guest House. Our family-run B&B is less than 2 miles from Portmeirion and is Steam Railway Magazine's "Best B&B for Ffestiniog Railway"(station 10 minutes walk). Spacious, well-equipped double, twin or single rooms, all en-suite with comfortable seating, digital Freeview TVs, beverage trays and period features. Delicious traditional or vegetarian breakfasts with views over Penrhyndeudraeth to estuary and mountains beyond. Quality accommodation at great value. Discounts for longer stays. ... more less