4. 2 on ground floor.
All year except Christmas, New Year.
Bar (wood-burning stove), restaurant (closed Sun, Mon), deli/shop, tea rooms, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small rear garden, seating area at front, parking.
In public areas.
Not under 13.
Per room B&B £135–£175, D,B&B from £195.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Lynn Cunnah-Watson and Tim Watson’s handsomely refurbished sandstone inn in the Elwy valley is a ‘delightful, relaxed hideaway’. Home-baked cakes and loose-leaf tea are served on charmingly mismatched fine bone china in the tea rooms; in the buzzy bar, choose from a menu of real ales, Welsh ciders and wines. Seasonal brasserie-style lunches and dinners are taken in the well-regarded conservatory restaurant. ‘Beautifully appointed bedrooms’, with Tim Watson’s artwork on the walls, might have a huge slipper bath, a decked balcony or patio. A generous continental breakfast is magicked to the room by the ‘Room Fairy’ each evening: cereals, pastries and croissants; juices, natural yogurt, home-made chutney and local cheeses and ham in the fridge. Good walks; golf nearby.