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Located in Bala and surrounded by greenery, White Lion Royal Hotel dates back to the 16th century and offers accommodation with on-site parking free of charge 15 km from the heart of the Gwydyr Forest... Extremely pleasant and friendly staff at all levels from the bar to house staff.
Offering traditional Welsh cuisine, this historic hotel features a bar and free Wi-Fi. Plas Coch Hotel Ltd is a former coaching inn in scenic Bala, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. Lovely chilled atmosphere right in the heart of bala , lovely food and great staff. have stayed many times and really look forward to our visits there 😁
On the edge of Snowdonia National Park, Palé Hall 5 red star Relais Chateaux property set in a Victorian manor house hotel with 18 elegant rooms in the main building and 4 garden suites. All the staff were very friendly and professional at all times.
Located in Bala, The Bryntirion Inn features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. The owners were very helpful in small details and the room, though small (like all rooms in these old establishments), was clean and comfortable. Food was great. They seemed to honestly care about making our trip a success.
Offering fully equipped self-contained holiday apartments, Bala Holiday Suites is set in Bala, 49 km from Llandudno. Wrexham is 43 km from the property. Free WiFi is provided. The property was amazing clean,cosy and bed very comfy.Quiet location.Will be back
Cosy ground floor disabled friendly room in farm house features accommodation in Bala. Guests can enjoy garden views. The room is equipped with a kettle. The owner gave us very clear instruction of how to find the place. Amazing and very peaceful place to stay with a nice pond just in front of the building. Host is super friendly, welcoming us upon arrival and saying bye when I left. There was a lot of space for private parking. We do genuinely feel very safe staying here. The room and bathroom was very clean. There was a fridge, TV and hair dryer provided which was very appreciated. Location was great for our Snowdonia trip. Only took us slightly over an hour to get to Snowdon for a hike. This is very great considering the budget and location of other available accommodations. Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants to stay overnight while visiting Snowdonia.
Excellent central location for travelling between the coast and inland towns with a frequent bus timetable route, although Sunday and bank holiday public transport is very limited. There are several hotels, bistros and local cafes and numerous shops for groceries and local gifts along the main road which runs through the town centre, although car parking can be a problem during busy times. There are water sports amenities on the nearby lake and several local campsites are located on the outskirts of the town.
Bala buzzes up until 8.30pm and then most the restaurants close (to start a takeout service for campers). Make sure you book an evening cooked meal in advance, otherwise you may end up having to buy a bottle of wine and sandwich from the local Spar store.
Bala is a great place to stay as a base for days out in Snowdonia/North Wales. There are many hostelries and a great little bistro in the town so no need to travel too far for a meal out. We ate at Plas Coch Hotel, White Lion Royal Hotel and Cyfnod Cafe Bistro - all in Bala, and at Yr Eagles at Llanwuchllyn which is at the far end of the Bala Lake. All had good menu's and were well priced - excellent value for money. Beautiful countryside nearby to explore and a huge lake for watersports.
Lake was a joy - but time only to stop and stare. The town is plainly shaken by alterations in retailing and a clear shadow of its former role. Many voids and charity outlets but with energy locally this could be altered I hope.
Bala lake is amazing and a beautiful place. The local area is unwelcoming to English and has a historical beef over a village being turned into a reservoir and flooded about 100 years ago to feed liverpool we later found out. Limited restaurants and its stuck in the past as a place to live. Local people don't want the tourism that it attracts is the vibe given off. We have what could be termed as "Valley Boys" trying intimidate us in a restaurant. Quite funny really 50 year olds and 20 year olds in a group of 4 leering over your Mrs and switching in and out of languages to slag you off for literally no reason. Wouldnt last two minutes in the real world. It could be amazing but id spend no more than 4 hours if I went again to the lake and better off Staying in Betws y Coed which is much nicer and more welcoming.
beautiful town, scenic location and attrations, great day out at the lake (when we found the water sport centre) signpost directed us to the dam and miniature railway which was a good walk in the opposite direction. ended up driving and pay parking when we could have walked 880 yards having known. tourist information is lacking
We love decoration inside which are very lovely. There are 4 pony at cottage back which not far away to walk and they are very friendly. We bought 4 carrot bags to feed them. We also love 2 Siberian husky who are very active and friendly. The game room is very nice for our family to enjoy fun competition. Thank you so much. It was a wonderful place to relax and stay.
Great location right on the high street. Tom was brilliant when there was a problem with hot water in our room, he went above and beyond to try and help the situation. Good breakfast too would definitely come back.
All the staff were very friendly and professional at all times.
Food. The family was very friendly. Exceptional.