Best hotels in Gwynedd from the Good Hotel Guide

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Featured hotels in Gwynedd

Trefeddian Hotel, ABERDYFI, Gwynedd

‘A real joy: we have been visiting for 40 years, and the standard has not changed.’ Praise this year, from one of many repeat visitors, for the Cave family’s ‘lovely’ hotel on a bluff with ‘glorious’


Hotels in Gwynedd

  • Porth Tocyn Hotel, ABERSOCH, Gwynedd

    Steps from the Welsh Coast Footpath, with ‘stupendous’ views over Cardigan Bay, this ‘lovely, wacky’ hotel has been run by three generations of the Fletcher-Brewer family since 1948. Occupying three

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

    In the lee of Snowdonia, this ‘eccentric and old-fashioned’ hotel found fame as the training base for the Everest expedition in 1953. Little has changed in the intervening years: it is owned by the

  • Hotel Portmeirion, PORTMEIRION, Gwynedd

    In a ‘unique’ setting on the coast of Snowdonia national park, this eccentric resort village, developed between 1925 and 1976 by the architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, ‘offers complete

  • Plas Bodegroes, PWLLHELI, Gwynedd

    ‘Our second visit, we thoroughly enjoyed it once again.’ Praise this year from repeat guests at Chris and Gunna Chown’s restaurant-with-rooms, in a Georgian manor house standing in wooded grounds on

  • Castle Cottage, HARLECH , Gwynedd

    On a steep road behind Harlech Castle, Glyn and Jacqueline Roberts have run their contemporary restaurant-with-rooms since 1989. It has ‘an amazing setting with wonderful views’. Decorated in an

  • Y Goeden Eirin, DOLYDD, Gwynedd

    Named in homage to a book of Welsh stories, The Plum Tree (as it translates) is a converted cowshed in pastureland facing the three peaks of Yr Eifl in Snowdonia. We were sorry to learn of the death

  • Bryniau Golau, BALA, Gwynedd

    ‘Delightful hosts who make their guests feel like friends’, Katrina Le Saux and Peter Cottee run their small guest house in a ‘beautiful’ Victorian mansion on a secluded hillside overlooking Lake

  • Llwyndu Farmhouse, BARMOUTH, Gwynedd

    ‘A super little hotel’, Paula and Peter Thompson’s ‘tranquil’ 16th-century farmhouse stands at the base of the Rhinog Mountains, overlooking Cardigan Bay. ‘We received a splendid welcome from Paula

  • Ffynnon, DOLGELLAU, Gwynedd

    In a small market town within the Snowdonia national park, Debra Harris and Steven Holt run their comfortable B&B in this handsomely refurbished Gothic Victorian rectory. Period features, such as an

  • Dolffanog Fawr, TYWYN, Gwynedd

    ‘It was superb: dedicated hosts, excellent accommodation, the best lamb we have eaten anywhere for years.’ A well-travelled visitor was impressed this year by Lorraine Hinkins and Alex Yorke’s

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

    ‘Wonderful: our visit is an annual highlight.’ Beneath Cadair Idris, personable owners John Caine and Ricky Francis run their B&B in this tranquil stone-built house on the shore of Lake Tal-y-llyn.