6. 1, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
all year except Christmas, Jan, restaurant open Fri and Sat evenings.
entrance hall, snug with honesty bar, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), in-room spa treatments, 15-acre grounds (woodland garden), stable for visiting dogs and horses.
in public areas.
not under 18.
‘clean, well-behaved, indoor-trained dogs (no puppies)’ allowed in 1 bedroom, not in public rooms.
all major cards.
 per room B&B £165–£240, D,B&B £225–£320. Set menus £30–£40, à la carte £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Gazing over the Mawddach estuary from the foot of a tree-covered hillside, this ‘stunning, ultra-modern B&B’ is owned by Sara and Richard Parry-Jones. Local stone and natural rock sit easily with precision-cut glass in the sustainably redesigned 19th-century house: all is ‘fabulous, and extremely comfortable’. ‘A brilliant project, run by hospitable hosts,’ say Guide inspectors in 2017. Each of the coastal-view bedrooms has a spa feature – a cedar and Welsh slate steam room, for instance, or a spa bath on the terrace. ‘Up the glass staircase, our strikingly designed room had a high, comfy bed, a cinema-worthy TV screen, a bathroom of white marble. Particularly inspiring: the evening light over the river and the mountains beyond. Though the road ran below us, we slept well with the window open, to the restful sound of waves.’ Twice a week, a Tuscan-inspired dinner is served in the stone-walled dining room. ‘From the short, interesting selection, we enjoyed crab ravioli, seared turbot with spring vegetables and an excellent chocolate tart, elegantly served.’ Breakfast too is delicious: ‘wonderfully buttery scrambled eggs; the best fresh orange juice we’ve had in ages’.