Brigands Inn offers lovely accommodation in Mallwyd, Gwynedd. We are set within the beautiful Dovey Valley and the picturesque landscape of the Welsh countryside can be seen for miles around.
This 15th Century Coaching Inn has recently undergone a transformation and re-opened offering guests a choice of dining, drinking and sleeping options, as well as a function room suitable for large events and parties including weddings.
With a wealth of exposed beams, feature fireplaces, beautiful solid Oak furniture, locally sourced seasonal produce and a fantastic range of aleís and wineís this really is the ideal location to explore from whilst staying in one of our nine individually designed en-suite rooms.
We have nine individually designed bedrooms at the Brigands Inn. Each room has been carefully redesigned to take full advantage of the historic features yet with all the comforts yo…
The Lion Hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Tudweiliog on the stunning Welsh coast of Gwynedd. The Lion Hotel offers good food, great beer and a comfortable bed. Pwllheli is nearby and we are the perfect base to explore the beautiful Welsh coast.
Facilities in our guest rooms include:
En suite bathrooms
Tea & coffee making facilities.
Off street parking.
We pride ourselves on our great selection of drinks. Whatever tipple you prefer, we stock a range of wines, ciders, spirits, lagers, soft drinks and real ales. Nothing beats a tasty home cooked meal. We serve our own homemade pub food in our large dining room that is popular with local families and visitors alike.
The Lion Hotel is located on the stunning Welsh coastline, close to beautiful blue flag beaches. We are within easy reach of many places to visit in Gwynedd, including Nefyn Gol…
A former 18th century Customs House, The Anglesey Arms is a traditional tavern is built into the walls of Caernarfon Castle. With free on-site parking, the hotel overlooks the harbour entrance, offering stunning views across the Menai Straits to Anglesey.
The cosy rooms feature a TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, and some have views across the Menai Straits. All rooms have shared bathroom facilities.
With a variety of real ales and world wines, the pub entertains guests with regular live music events. It serves food daily. A full cooked breakfast using fresh, local produce is available in the morning, along with Continental options. A lunch and dinner menu are also on offer.
Snowdonia National Park is only 15 minutesí drive away from Anglesey Arms, and the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, 19 miles away, offers steam train travel to Porthmadog.
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