Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Lindsay is one of the most welcoming people I’ve ever met; the breakfasts, all freshly cooked by Gary, are delicious.’ Praise this year for the Ashcrofts, your hosts at this Georgian rectory on the beautiful Llyn peninsula. Four miles outside the market town of Pwllheli with its Blue Flag beaches. the B&B stands ‘in stunning grounds’ with mature trees, lawns, and banks of flowers bordering a drive that sweeps up to the front door. Within, the house is ‘nicely decorated throughout’. Squashy leather sofas emit a contented sigh when you sink down by the wood-burning stove in a lounge with windows on to the front and back gardens. Upstairs, past the landing’s rocking horse, the ‘roomy’ bedrooms have nice touches, sherry, chocolates, plenty of toiletries, an informative welcome pack. ‘Beds provide a comfortable, cosy night’s sleep.’ The rooms have garden views, proper en suite facilities (Room 3 has a particularly good bathroom). Breakfast, served at a long table in a dining room, brings locally sourced fish and meat, free-range eggs, home-made bread and preserves. ‘A lovely break in a beautiful area.’ (Sharon Warn)
4. Plus a self-catering cottage and lodge.
all year except Christmas and New Year.
drawing room, breakfast/dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), aromatherapy treatments, 3-acre grounds, beach hut in season, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
only assistance dogs allowed.
per room B&B single £85–£95, double £100–£120. 1-night bookings refused some weekends, high season and bank holidays.