Cadwgan House Hotel is in a beautiful part of Gwynedd, between the sea and the mountains at Dyffryn Ardudwy. The hotel is just off the Cambrian Branchline Railway, on a quiet lane that leads directly to the beach. Our hotel offers comfortable and homely accommodation, that is perfect for those who want to visit the Welsh coast and explore Snowdonia National Park.More Information
Cadwgan House Hotel is in a beautiful part of Gwynedd, between the sea and the mountains at Dyffryn Ardudwy. The hotel is just off the Cambrian Branchline Railway, on a quiet lane that leads directly to the beach. Our hotel offers comfortable and homely accommodation, that is perfect for those who want to visit the Welsh coast and explore Snowdonia National Park.
Our guest rooms have been tastefully decorated and furnished, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay is had by all. Room amenities include:
En suite facilities.
Beverage tray with tea and coffee.
Flat-screen Freeview TV.
Breakfast is included within the room rate and we pride ourselves on what we have on offer. From juices, cereal, fruit and yoghurts, with continental options available too. Please do advise when booking if you have any special dietary requirements.
The Royal Ship Hotel which in the early 19th century was a coaching inn it now offers hotel accommodation located in the market town of Dolgellau in Gwynedd.
All of the guest rooms offer the following facilities:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
Wall mounted flat screen TV.
Food is currently served 12noon to 9pm.
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Eryl Mor Hotel offers an unrivalled position in Gwynedd boasting stunning views of Bangor Pier and the Menai Strait, Anglesey, the Great Orme and surrounding picturesque mountains.
Each of our charming guest rooms has been individually decorated and includes toiletries, hairdryer, TV and tea and coffee facilities. Each room has a private bathroom and some rooms also have a lovely bay window seating area to enjoy the tranquil views.
Guests can relax with a drink and enjoy the sea views from the terrace seating area and full Welsh breakfasts are available and there are also 2 bars. Free Wi-Fi can be accessed in public areas and there is also laundry facilities are available for guests’ use.
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The Bron Eifion Country House is a luxury 4 star hotel situated in Criccieth, Gwynedd. This Grade II Listed building overlooks beautiful gardens with breathtaking views of the sea and is full of charm, warmth and genuine hospitality, offering the perfect venue for weekend breaks, conferences and meetings, water sport activities and of course golf.
This historic house was built around 1883 and retains many of the original features offering visitors to Criccieth a unique experience combining luxury accommodation, fine dining and exceptional service.
Bron Eifion is ideally location on the Llyn Peninsula just a short walk from Criccieth and the beach, and an ideal destination of the keen golfer, boasting no less than five of North Wales best golf courses nearby. Pwllheli, Nefyn, Abersoch, Royal St. David's Harlech, Porthmadog and Criccieth Golf Course quite literally onthe doorste…
Sychnant Pass Country House is a hotel based in Conwy, Gwynedd.
Framed by some of the most beautiful and dramatic scenery Wales has to offer, our privately owned country house has the feel of a remote rural hideaway and yet is just a short drive from the main A55 making it easily accessible all year round.
Our 12 double rooms at the hotel are named after traditional Welsh hymn tunes. All have ensuite bathing facilities and come equipped with combinations of roll-top baths, whirlpool baths, corner baths, and single and double showers to suit all tastes. One of our rooms even has an outside hot tub.
Our two galleried rooms are laid out on split levels allowing guests to separate their living and sleeping accommodation - and giving parents the option of having their own separate space while their children sleep safely down below.
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Henfaes Private Guest house offers fantastic hotel accommodation in Criccieth in Gwynedd. This family run hotel has a 5 star rating and a 2015 Wales tourist board gold award.
The guest house offers a variety of bedroom and suites. There are three suites situated on the first and second floors. All of the suites feature king size beds however two of the can be made into two single beds if needed.
All of the guest rooms offer the following:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
Guests are welcome to use the beautiful lounge whilst staying at the hotel. The lounge has comfortable seating and is the perfect place to meet other guests. As well as the main lounge there is also a sun lounge that boats sea and mountain views.
The bar area offers more comfortable seating, a fireplace and a range of drinks. It is open from 6.30pm until 11pm and is a great place to …
The Hotel Port Dinorwic offers a range of guest accommodation to suit all tastes and requirements. Situated on the banks of the Menai Straits on the outskirts of Y Felinhelim we can boast some of the most beautiful panoramic views in the area along with provided guests with a warm and friendly atmosphere. We offer a range of activities both on the premises and off, from relaxing in our indoor heated swimming pool and sauna, to hiking and rambling in the natural beauty of The Snowdonia National Park.
Each guest room at the hotel has been individually decorated and furnished to ensure guests are comfortable during their stay. Room capacity varies from single occupancy, to double rooms to 6 person suites. All of the guest rooms are en suite and include tea/coffee making facilities, a Freeview TV and Wi-Fi internet access.
The breakfast room is located on the front of the hotel and so…
The Crown Hotel is a traditional family owned Coaching Inn originally known as “The Crown and Anchor”, when it was the local terminus of the Caernarfon to Pwllheli stage-coach service. Renowned for its good food, comfortable atmosphere, polite service and friendly welcome, the Crown Hotel is situated on Pwllheli’s Stryd Fawr (High Street). The hotel is under the personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and is open throughout the year.
A fully licensed free house with three bars, newly refurbished bedrooms and dining room, which as Lloyds Restaurant is open to non residents. All bedrooms are modern with en-suite bathrooms or shower rooms, tea and coffee making facilities, televisions/DVD players, with a complimentary DVD library for guests.
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