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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. The property is so so endearing and is a a place to get lost to the world. Highly recommended for a long stay. Wish we had the time to soak in the place.
This independently owned, 2 AA Rosette-winning home-from-home is the only hotel in Porthmadog. We flew from the US to London and then took a train and bus to get there. Staff was lovely. Breakfasts were delicious. Dinners were fine. We loved it and will stay again when we return.
With Portmeirion reachable in 10 km, Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park provides accommodation, a restaurant, a garden, a terrace and a bar. 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.
We are a small business offering clean and comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price. Big and comfortable bed. The room was very nice and spacious. There was parking available. The WiFi was working great. The view form the window was very nice. I enjoyed the stay and would recommend.
Plas Tan-Yr-Allt Historic Country House & Estate offers luxury accommodation in Porthmadog. Free private parking and WiFi is available on site. Breakfast and location perfect. Service excellent. Very comfortable, tasteful and quiet country house. Excellent location and views. Mark and Howard made us so welcome. We will recommend this property.
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. Alison is an excellent host. The rooms are well maintained. She is happy to help for anything asked. We really loved her stay. Thank you so much for the wonderful help.
On average, 3-star hotels in Porthmadog cost £21 per night, and 4-star hotels in Porthmadog are £16 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Porthmadog can on average be found for £12 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Like a lot of North Wales, the views are stunning. The town centre is the best for some distance and contains the C.D and vinyl sellers Cob Records. A shop with a deservedly good reputation. Give it a visit. Also try the Big Rock Cafe for fresh bread, great sausage rolls and numerous other delights.
Portmerion village is unique. It’s like being transported to somewhere else. You could be in a Mediterranean location; Italy, France Switzerland. It’s a joy to walk around the village whatever the season. There are buggies to take you around and between the castle, hotel and village rooms. Staff are lovely and courteous and provide information for you. We stayed in the hotel, it was November and everywhere was warm and cosy, especially the lounge areas with squishy sofas around glowing fires. The breakfast was fab, both hot and cold with table service. Would recommend
Great place to relax with Family, lots of things to do due to location near the beaches and quite nice hills plus water sport activities nearby especially in the summer. good for all interests. Well recommend.
The best thing about Porth Madog were the stunning views of Snowdon and within a medium sized drive you could be among the peaks. Stunning! We highly recommend the restaurant Yr Hen Fecws aka The Old Bakery. The food was unbelievable! We went twice ordering different items and sharing. Pop along to Borth Y Gest for a view to die for! You may be hypnotized by the vision!
My stay was only 2 nights and I stayed the whole time in Portmeirion Village so cannot comment on the surrounding area. I had booked my meals for the Portmeirion Hotel due to other reviews I had read. The food was exceptional; extremely well presented by very knowledgeable, helpful and friendly staff. The choices available for breakfast were excellent and it was exceptionally clean, well-organised and presented. I loved The Prisoner Shop and the lady we dealt with could not have been any more friendly and helpful as I was extremely annoying with many questions she patiently answered. I was amazed at how quiet and calm the village was at night and found myself being irritated by large groups of people at various services along the motorway on the way home; it is maybe good I did not stay any longer or merging back into 'normal society' might not have been possible.
Stayed at portmeirion. A unique and quirky place to stay. Great grounds with plenty of walks. Good to see the location of the the tv series The Prisoner. Limited evening meal locations. But good meals any way. “Be seeing you”
This is a Tale of Two Rooms. The first night we were in a twin room in the attic. it was on the 3rd floor and I can barely walk. There was no lift. The room sucked so bad my husband told them we would not stay for a second night. The reception hostess was so nice. she managed to switch our room from the attic to the best room in the hotel for the 2nd night that room was very nice. it had a private patio, a king bed plus a twin, a larger bathroom and we were quite happy with it.
Breakfast was included and was excellent during our stay - no problems. We ate at the hotel every evening and the food available was always to a high standard and very tasty - the only downside was that the main menu wasn't available every day and we didn't find out until we turned up for our evening booking. We stayed in one of the lodges, which was fantastic. Absolutely loved the location :) and the staff were very attentive and helpful.
Tasteful and stylish smart decor, comfortable beds and lounge furniture and a well equipped kitchen. Plus a powerful large walk in shower. It was lovely to be able to see the Porthmadog harbour and all the comings and goings through the patio doors and from the balcony deck. Quiet area, beautiful location. We went crabbing from outside the front of the apartment over the harbour wall. Fantastic property!
Enjoyed a superb long weekend in Tudor Lodge. Clair and her family were very welcoming and did a fantastic job of looking after us. Breakfast was excellent with various options. Pretty much centrally located in Porthmadog it is ideally located to enjoy North Wales. Highly recommend if you’re planning a stay in Porthmadog.
I stayed in Porthmadog and took a day trip to Portmeirion. My stay here was cozy and had everything for a comfortable stay. The free breakfast was amazing and everyone at the hotel was attentive and accommodating. Would definitely recommend Yr Hen Fecws to anyone traveling to or through Porthmadog.
Single Room with a separate but private bathroom. Landlady very Covid safe has all procedures in place. Good parking. Wifi OK. Room only but cutlery and porridge in room. Outdoor seating area. Excellent price for Porthmadog on a hot day
This is a great base for exploring so much of North Wales. The staff were incredibly helpful and the food excellent. If you love gin, there is a menu of over 60 local gins to try.
Lovely location, very picturesque. Relaxed feeling to the site and caravan was very comfortable and a great base for exploring north wales.
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 close to the train station and centrally located. very cozy place . wonderful area of the country .
accommodation in the village itself ,perfect for our stay