Ty'n Rhos  (Shortlist*)

'Most enjoyable.' Stephen and Hilary Murphy's 'relaxed and friendly' hotel is on a secluded farmstead in rolling countryside: sheep and cattle graze in the fields beyond the gardens, while families of ducks, coots and moorhens paddle on two small lakes. Named after wild flowers, bedrooms are in the creeper-covered house or the courtyard; some have patio doors opening on to the garden and ornamental pond. The large, 'very comfortable' conservatory has good views of the garden, and across to Anglesey. Stephen Murphy's 'delicious' cooking makes use of local ingredients, and vegetables and herbs from the garden. Lounge (wood-burning fire; board games), bar, Garden View restaurant (open to non-residents), conservatory. Free Wi-Fi (in public areas and some rooms only). Background music/radio. Parking. Children welcomed; dogs (in some rooms, £5 per night) by arrangement. 4 miles from Bangor and Caernarfon. 19 bedrooms (7 in 2 annexes; 1 family suite). Per room B&B £85--£165. 2-night min. stay at peak weekends. Dinner £37.50
  • Country location good for visiting Caernarvon area. Comfortable well furnished and equipped bedroom and bathroom. Public rooms very homely both in ambience and décor. Restaurant very good and I would go again particularly to incorporate a theme night which sound very interesting and good value.

    Mary Coles, 09/04/2015

  • A delightful place to stay. Our room was immaculate; a very comfortable large bed, a sofa and other comfortable chairs. The bathroom was roomy with lots of soft, fluffy towels and masses of hot water. The public rooms are spacious but cosy. The lounge has plenty of comfortable chairs. We had pre-dinner drinks with good canapés in the conservatory (also lots of comfortable chairs) and then excellent dinner in the attractive dining room. There was a generous buffet at breakfast with a variety of cereals, yoghurt, fruit, etc but the orange juice was not freshly squeezed. Both the scrambled and poached eggs were delicious

    Sara Price, 25/10/2014

  • Our room was large and comfortable, with a super-king-size bed and a good shower. Fresh milk was available. However, it was just above the kitchen, and in the evening the vent from that was noisy until dinner was over. The lounge and conservatory were both excellent, though the background music was slightly intrusive. In the restaurant, the food and service were consistently good, even though they were busy both nights. With the very reasonable portion sizes, we felt well fed. It was a varied and interesting menu, most of it changing daily. The wine list was extensive and generally reasonably priced. The gardens were impressive, and the setting just north of Snowdonia was superb.

    A W, 20/07/2014

  • An excellent hotel. Magnificentfood and wine. It could not be faulted.

    Gwyn Morgan, 09/07/2014

  • Staff were helpful, friendly and the food was well prepared and of good quality.

    David Haigh, 06/09/2013

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Ty'n Rhos

Seion, LLANDDEINIOLEN Gwynedd Wales LL55 3AE


01248 670489