Good Hotel Guide Review
On the edge of Snowdonia national park, this stately Victorian mansion, with its tower, tall chimneys and terraced lawns, does not disappoint once inside. Oak panelling and a sweeping staircase dominate the Grand Hall while, throughout, antiques sit amongst traditional furnishings. Gracefully decorated bedrooms combine original features with luxurious modern comforts; suites in the outbuildings are more contemporary; all have organic toiletries and complimentary Madeira. Seasonal produce inspires tasting menus in the dining room and more informal meals in the bistro. Sustainably run, the hotel is powered by one of the country’s oldest-running hydro-electric plants, and bottles its own spring water.
22. 4 in barn, coach house and cottage, 1 suitable for disabled.
Grand Hall, lounge, library, restaurant, bar/bistro, family/private dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, civil wedding licence, 50-acre grounds, EV charging, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
in Grand Hall, restaurants.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 7 bedrooms, Grand Hall, bistro, on lead in gardens and public areas.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £295. Tasting menu £95 (8 courses), à la carte £45.