Good Hotel Guide Review
A touch of romance in a Gothic setting, this handsomely refurbished Victorian rectory stands at the foot of Cadair Idris within the Snowdonia national park. Owner Debra Harris has added indulgent comforts and a warm palette to period features at her luxury B&B, managed by Angela Lanz. Curl up with a good book from the library or play the piano in the sunny lounge; take a drink from the honesty bar (an old gramophone chest holds local beers and snacks). On a fine day, soak in the outdoor hot tub overlooking the surrounding valley. Well-equipped bedrooms have modern touches; bathrooms have a walk-in drench shower and a deep bathtub or spa bath. In-room spa treatments are available. Freshly cooked breakfasts include plenty of local produce. In the evening, a new restaurant showcases contemporary Welsh dishes, paired with wines from small specialist producers. Lounge (contemporary background music), dining room, study, butler’s pantry. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Small functions. Drying room. ½-acre garden, patio. Parking. Children welcomed (baby pack; high chair, cot, extra bed; special menu; DVD library; 2–16s £25 per night). Narrow approach. 3 mins’ walk to town. 6 bedrooms. Per room B&B £150–£210. 2-night min. stay at weekends. Closed Christmas.
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