Good Hotel Guide Review
Glorious views to Snowdonia spill away from a quirky restaurant-with-rooms surrounded by sheep-spotted fields. Millie, the daughter-in-law, manages the ‘much-enjoyed’ place for Judith ‘Bun’ Matthews. Bright, modern and uncluttered, the well-appointed bedrooms in the converted stone-built barn and granary (one with a four-poster) are playfully named (Pink Spotty Jug, Button’s Room); a pink-painted shepherd’s hut in the grounds looks out to Snowdon. Plentiful extras include a hot drinks tray, home-baked treats, a quality music system. Breakfast in the dining room often leads to discussions of the evening’s ‘excellent’ set menu, using local produce and foraged ingredients. Twenty-five minutes’ drive to the Holyhead ferry terminal.
5. 1 on ground floor, 1 in garden.
bar, sitting room, restaurant with sitting area, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, private dining/function facilities, spa treatments, garden, tennis, parking.
in sitting room, dining room (but ‘happy to turn it off’).
babes-in-arms and over-12s welcomed.
small, well-behaved dogs in 1 bedroom , not in public areas.
per room B&B single £65–£75, double £85–£100. Set dinner £35.