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Set within a beautiful Grade II heritage-listed building, dating back to the 17th century, this charming hotel boasts an idyllic setting in the village of Maentwrog, at the very heart of Snowdonia’s... Amazing views all around since the hotel is in Snowdonia park. Nice outdoor beer garden to sit and relax with a drink. Friendly staff. Yummy breakfast! Easy parking right on the street.
Located in Blaenau-Ffestiniog and with Zip World Slate Caverns reachable within 0.7 mi, Queens Hotel Ty Gorsaf provides a bar, nonsmoking rooms, free WiFi and a garden. The staff were brilliant. So friendly and we felt at home. Lovely lovely stay. We will be back for sure and will recommend to our friends and family. All the staff were excellent.
Featuring garden views, Bwthyn Carnedd, offers accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 2.4 mi from Zip World Slate Caverns. Brilliant size and very well equipped. We loved the fire and the garden was perfect for the dog. We were close to zip world and a good location to walk Snowdon. The local shop came in handy and parking outside the property was easy. Would highly recommend.
A small slate mining town with a modern square near the station, within a UNESCO World Heritage area. A great base for the surrounding countryside. Easy access to Portmeirion, the Blaenau Ffestiniog Railway, Llechwedd Deep Slate Mine Tour, The National Slate Museum and the wider Snowdonia area. Also easy to get to Anglesey from here. A great place for geographical, geological and social history. Almost forgot - absolutely amazing views!
We stayed for 3 days and this is a great base for Zip World and exploring other areas (Porthmadog, Portmeirion, Harlech castle to name a few). Its very grey, but I loved it, in total contrast to the green of Snowdonia.
A picturesque town with a exceptional rugged beauty and scenic views of the moelwyns. Set in the heart of the snowdonia national park its a great place for tourists wanting to tour the surrounding land and mountains. Overall a great place to stay :)
Town very dreary with nothing to do, no entertainment. Pub that stopped serving food at 6pm, Fish & Chips, Chinese and co-op only food available in evening. We had sandwiches in the evening from co-op. Obviously a lot of history of slate mining but now with no industry it is very bland, grey and dreary. Back roads where hotel was were very narrow and tight to turn, no good for large cars Sorry, thats how it was to us.
If I was going to North Wales again I would choose to stay away from Blaenau Ffestiniog. The village is quite run down and depressing. The slate mine and it’s activities is well with visiting though. The chip shop in the village is also very good.
Blaenau Ffestiniog and all the surrounding areas are, in my opinion, a fantastic place to visit. Not too far from Blaenau is Harlec Castle, Portmeirion Village, Criccieth Castle and of course Snowdon. Fantastic place well worth a week or a weekend visit.
Amazing views all around since the hotel is in Snowdonia park. Nice outdoor beer garden to sit and relax with a drink. Friendly staff. Yummy breakfast! Easy parking right on the street.