Best hotels in Gwynedd from the Good Hotel Guide

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Trefeddian Hotel, ABERDYFI, Gwynedd

'I cannot think of anywhere nicer to spend a week recharging batteries; the staff are wonderful, remembering us on each visit.' Praise this year from one of many repeat visitors to the Cave family's


Hotels in Gwynedd

  • Porth Tocyn Hotel, ABERSOCH, Gwynedd

    In a magnificent position above Cardigan Bay, this conversion of three old miners' cottages has been run as an unstuffy child-friendly hotel by the Fletcher-Brewer family for 65 years. It is

  • The Old Rectory, PWLLHELI, Gwynedd

    Near the church on the 'beautiful' Lleyn peninsula, this handsome Georgian rectory is run as a B&B by Gary and Lindsay Ashcroft, who are 'wonderfully welcoming'. 'They clearly love this place and

  • Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel, NANT GWYNANT, Gwynedd

    Time has stood still at this historic climbing hotel which has been owned by the Pullee family for three generations. It remains 'eccentric and old-fashioned in style', say visitors this year, who

  • Hotel Portmeirion, PORTMEIRION, Gwynedd

    'One of the best tourist attractions in Wales', this eccentric resort was built on a wooded peninsula by the architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis to demonstrate that it was possible to develop a

  • Plas Bodegroes, PWLLHELI, Gwynedd

    The first sight of this white Georgian manor house in wooded grounds on the remote Lleyn peninsula 'raises expectations' that are invariably met by visitors to Chris and Gunna Chown's popular

  • Castle Cottage, HARLECH , Gwynedd

    Chef/proprietor Glyn Roberts and his wife, Jacqueline, have run this former coaching inn as a restaurant-with-rooms for 25 years. It stands on a steep slope above the river estuary near the castle

  • Y Goeden Eirin, DOLYDD, Gwynedd

    'Welsh is spoken by everyone here,' say Eluned and John Rowlands, who run this informal guest house in a hamlet on the edge of the Snowdonia national park. 'But guests are welcomed from all over the

  • Bryniau Golau, BALA, Gwynedd

    In an elevated position overlooking Lake Bala, this renovated Victorian mansion is run as a small guest house by the owners, Katrina Le Saux and Peter Cottee. 'They are delightful hosts, who make

  • Llwyndu Farmhouse, BARMOUTH, Gwynedd

    'Peace and tranquillity' prevail at this Grade II listed 16th-century farmhouse, which stands on a hillside above Barmouth overlooking Cardigan Bay. It is run as a small hotel/restaurant by Peter and

  • Ffynnon, DOLGELLAU, Gwynedd

    In a small market town at the foot of Cadair Idris, this Victorian Gothic house began as a rectory and later served as a convalescent home and cottage hospital. Today, it is a stylish guest house run

  • Ty'n Rhos, LLANDDEINIOLEN, Gwynedd

    '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

  • Dolffanog Fawr, TYWYN, Gwynedd

    The absence of house rules (except for meal times) and the 'near perfect' service appealed to the nominators (trusted correspondents) of this small guest house at the head of Lake Tal-y-llyn. It is

  • Bryn Mair House, DOLGELLAU, Gwynedd

    In walled gardens at the foot of Cadair Idris stands this Georgian townhouse. A Grade II listed former rectory, it has been furnished 'simply and elegantly' by Jan and Peter Ashley, the 'welcoming'

  • The Old Rectory on the Lake, TAL-Y-LLYN, Gwynedd

    On the shore of Lake Tal-y-llyn beneath Cadair Idris in southern Snowdonia, this peaceful stone-built house has lake views from every window. 'Wonderful: our visit is an annual highlight,' says a