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Situated within Snowdonia National Park, Aberdunant Hall Country Hotel is a 17th-century property set within 200-acres of woodland on an idyllic upmarket Holiday Home Park. Amazing location in the middle of the forest. Very good rooms, clean, good size and comfortable beds. Food in the restaurants is very good and on the weekend they had a singer in the bar so was fun. Very close to many must visit places
Built by a visionary architect in 1925, Portmeirion Village & Castell Deudraeth overlooks the beautiful Dywryd Estaury. Amazing location, great village room over looking the main square, we stayed in Salutation 1 which had a full sized fridge and a sink in the room. Vey comfy bed, good facilities and great complimentary toiletries...... L'Occitaine no less.....Staff were helpful and very attentive. A surprise was the complimentary shuttle bus service from your room to Castell Deudreath if your meals were booked there. Food was great in the Castell, even a dedicated Vegan Menu and wine list which was lovely to find. Cannot wait to go again
Situated in Porthmadog, Yr Hen Fecws offers accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a restaurant and a garden. Everything about our stay was excellent . Breakfast was wonderful and cooked freshly to order .The location was perfect for getting to the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland railway we had a wonderful view from our room the staff couldn't have been more helpful and the restaurant was really excellent.
Located in Porthmadog in the Gwynedd region, Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park provides accommodation with free private parking. The location and surroundings were great. Also great service and they called ahead of time to let us know the outdoor seating for the restaurant would be closed on our stay due to weather. Wifi was very cheap at £3 per device per day. Bed was super comfy
Porthmadog High Street is 30 meters and both national and steam trains are within 600 meters of Tudor Lodge. The Tudor Lodge is a family run bed and breakfast. The staff were fantastic, welcoming and informative. The room was spacious and had everything we needed, including a fan which was a god send during the hot weather.
Set in a 17th-century building, Bwlch Y Fedwen Bed and Breakfast offers rooms with a DVD player, flat-screen TV and free WiFi. With a sun terrace and free parking, it is in the village of Penmorfa. Great location for a visit to Portmeirion, Porthmadog, Harlech Castle or Snowdon. Room was clean and bright, reliable wifi, plenty of hot water + strong water pressure for the shower along with lots of toiletries. The small in-room fridge was an unexpected bonus along with the complimentary bottle of delightful Dark Bitter beer by Purple Moose Brewery. Tons of hot and cold food at breakfast, and plenty of cafetiere coffee. Many parking spaces at the rear of the building. I will definitely stay again next time I'm in the area.
Lloydia is located in Porthmadog. It is situated 2.7 km from Harlech Beach and features free WiFi and free private parking. The property was extremely clean. It is spacious and perfectly placed in the town centre. The 20% off at cadawaladers was a bonus. Off road parking was available for one car, which was great.
Plas Tan-Yr-Allt Historic Country House offers luxury accommodation in Porthmadog. Free private parking and WiFi is available on site. The host was excellent. Room was spacious and clean as well as comfortable. Parking very good. Everything about this house is lovely. This is an establishment that deserves to succeed. Will definitely return to this country house when visiting the area next time.
On average, 3-star hotels in Porthmadog cost £86 per night, and 4-star hotels in Porthmadog are £116 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Porthmadog can on average be found for £150 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
We enjoyed our visits to Portmeirion Village which was the setting for the 1960s TV series "The Prisoner" and is totally unique. Because we went in November, not all the retail outlets, eating places or exhibitions were open. But we had lunched at the Brasserie at Castell Dreudraeth, located near the entrance to the village. Eating a two or three course meal there then allows free access into the village itself. We also went to Harlech and Cricceith Castles that are not far away and have excellent visitor facilities. The views from the towers/ramparts of the coastline are spectacular and the history of these castles and many others nearby is extremely interesting. Harlech village is also lovely with lots of great shops/cafes.
The town is fine, we used it as a base for the trains to Caernarvon and Blaneau Ffestiniog. As a base Porthmadog is is ideal but we would not wish to stop more than a couple of nights if we did'nt have other places to go. walking around is easy. Pubs appear to be good and welcoming.
Previous visits of over 50 years ago had been just passing through either to Abersoch or closer to Black Rock Sands so I had no real knowledge of the town which has a delightful harbour and boasts some good restaurants. Other towns along the coast also have excellent beaches and interesting centres. Will definitely be back.
It was much improved since my last visit. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants. It is a centre for public transport. There are many locally owned shops. The Ffestiniog railway is a big attraction.
Porthmadog is a lovely town surrounded by beautiful coast and countryside. There are some great pubs, cafes and shops. I would highly recommend the Browsers Bookshop - a good range of titles and art materials at the back. Cobb Records is always worth a visit if you're into music. It was a shame that, for this visit, the Australia pub was closed (unable, apparently, to get enough staff due to Covid) and our favourite cafe, Big Rock Cafe (due to personal/family reasons) so we missed those. Don't miss The Ship pub and Yr Hen Fecws restaurant behind the main street. You must also visit Portmeirion if you're in the area - a truly magical place.
The main attraction is the railway, however there are several excellent coffee shops and restaurants in town. The Australia is an excellent pub that also serves good food and of course excellent Purple Moose Beer on tap.
Loved the accommodation and the location was spot on. Could not fault the room and the large bathroom was superb. Had breakfast in the courtyard as it was warm and sunny which was an added bonus, Only stayed one night as was travelling but will be back for a longer stay to explore the area. I normally stay in cheaper hotel chains but this has restored my faith in B&B's and would highly recommend if you are looking for accommodation in the area.
This was a great little pub hotel. The rooms were all immaculate, clean, well decorated and great bathrooms. The bar has a good range of beers, there is a good menu and the staff were fantastic. This is a great part of Wales, there is a lot to do and see in the local area. We visited as a group of 6 playing golf at the local courses but I certainly plan to come back for a bit of sight seeing.
Great location. We were allocated a unit in Woodside(view?) - it was very modern. We were very impressed - the space was small but the unit had everything (and more) that we needed and made our visit to North Wales great. The reception staff were okay - not great, not bad. The restaurant staff were good. The unit was very, very nice.
Morfa Lodge is peaceful and secluded with lovely views over Porthmadog. It is comfortable and spacious, and we all enjoyed its traditional decor. The location could not be better for exploring all the area’s main attractions. Our grandsons were especially delighted with their ride on the steam railway!
Perfect location for Porthmadog and surrounding areas. The B and B was lovely and clean and the staff were fab. The breakfast in the morning was amazing and we did book in the restaurant for dinner one night and the food was superb.
An excellent room, quiet with nice views and all the facilities we needed. The breakfasts were delicious and kept us full for most of the day, giving more time to enjoy the surrounding area.
Excellent breakfast. Room exceptionally clean. Everything about the B&B showed great attention to detail, making for a very pleasant, comfortable stay. Ideal base to explore North Wales.
Beautiful castle and grounds. The staff were exceptional. Dinner and breakfast was fantastic. Portmeirion village is nice.
we stay in porthmadog all the time and this has been the most comfortable, clean and all round enjoyable stay we have had ever
Very average. Hotel is right in the middle of wooded area, and surrounded by holiday chalets.
Lovely little cottage, everything needed for a short break, walking distance from Porthmadog
Great location in the centre of Porthmadog. Phenomenal full cooked breakfast! Best ever.