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Located in Porthmadog in the Gwynedd region, Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park provides accommodations 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 98 feet and both national and steam trains are within 1969 feet of Tudor Lodge. The Tudor Lodge is a family-run bed and breakfast. Comfortable atmosphere. Friendly open staff. Traditional keys to doors. The look of the outside of the building and cute functional parking on the side. The location is near Portmeirion, the train station, the leisure centre, a Tesco, the beach (traeth) Bendigedig!
Queens Rooms in Porthmadog has a garden and a bar. Free WiFi is provided. All guest rooms at the property are fitted with a seating area. The private bathroom is equipped with free toiletries. Great sized room with really comfortable bed. No breakfast provided but plates and cutlery supplied for morning "breakfast" or "evening taleaways"
With a shared lounge and a garden, Gwynfa offers free WiFi and is set in Porthmadog, 1.7 mi from Harlech Beach. Managed to get in with Beryl after she had a last minute cancellation! Our dog Boon very much enjoyed his stay with a treat on arrival. Great host who’s full of love and kindness. Great veggie breakfast and a nice cup of coffee. We all had a great nights stay.
On average, 3-star hotels in Porthmadog cost $111 per night, and 4-star hotels in Porthmadog are $189 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Porthmadog can be found for $109 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Porthmadog unfortunately due to COVID rules was very much stil lockdown, however the area itself was beautiful. There was still lots of things to do in the area such as visiting Black Rock Beach and portmeirion, which due to restriction meant that we had the place virtually to ourselves what a treat to be able to see this beautiful place so quiet. We will definitely be returning very soon.
A lovely town, plenty of shops to browse. Ideal for the Steam railway/Portmerion/ walking. The views were amazing of the mountains and the harbour picturesque. We even had a folk group singing by the harbour, which was lovely to watch/listen to.
A very convenient base to visit and explore Criccieth, Harlech and Caernarfon Castles and the Llyn Pensinula and Menai Straits. The restaurant at Yr Hen Fecws has a superb ambience and the food and service was excellent
The main attractions for the town are the Ffestiniog and Welsh highland Railways, with their wealth of history and unrivalled scenery, The town is an excellent centre for both coastal scenery and activities. It must be almost unique, in that within a 20 mile radius there is an amazing variety of interesting places to visit, ranging from the coastal, with very attractive secluded beaches literally within walking distance, to the delights of Snowdonia with its mountains.
Porthmadog was very good with plenty of shops, a nice harbour and the Ffestiniog railway which we enjoyed one afternoon for a 3 hour journey, including stop over. We particularly enjoyed Port Meirrion also which was fascinating with walks in and around the village and when the tide is out, an enjoyable walk on the beach.
Good centre for our purpose which was to travel on both the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways. Good centre for the Snowdonia area generally. Portmadoc is not the most picturesque seaside town I have been to.
Comfortable atmosphere. Friendly open staff. Traditional keys to doors. The look of the outside of the building and cute functional parking on the side. The location is near Portmeirion, the train station, the leisure centre, a Tesco, the beach (traeth) Bendigedig!
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.
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
Very friendly great location good breakfast choice nice staff..Handy covered parking.
Very well appointed. Breakfast was great and served to table. Loved it?
The extremely comfortable four poster bed. The friendly staff
Service was good and Staff respectful and friendly
The bed was perfect. The host was fantastic
The staff are very nice and helpful