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Located in Pwllheli, The Victoria Hotel provides a bar. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi. There is a restaurant. At the hotel, all rooms are equipped with a wardrobe and a TV. New owner busy doing the place up my room had been done very well indeed short walk to town centre
Set in Pwllheli, Crown Hotel has a restaurant, bar, shared lounge, and free WiFi. You can play billiards and darts at the hotel, and the area is popular for golfing and windsurfing. Extremely comfortable bed, speedy check in and lovely guy who helped me. A very pleasant stay for a decent price
Rooms at Martha Jones is are set in the heart of Pwllheli. Guests can make use of the free unlimited BT infinity Wi-Fi. Both Steve and Carol were super kind and very gentile during our time there. They did their best to make our stay wonderful. Also the way the rooms are decorated is nice and cozy. I highly recommend this place to people willing to discover Abersoch area.
33 ft From The Beach is located in Pwllheli and offers a garden and a terrace. The accommodations is 27 mi from Llanberis. Views were really quite special and had everything we needed including tea coffee etc. The host popped in and was most helpful to ensure we had what we needed would definitely stay again!
K&S Apartment is located in Pwllheli. Providing free WiFi, the property also has a garden. Great location, great to have parking, a lovely clean space with great facilities, cleaning products and tea and coffee were already provided and the kitchen was fully stocked with plates, cutlery etc.
Located in Pwllheli in the Gwynedd region, 7 Marina View is a 4-star property boasting free WiFi. The accommodations is 27 mi from Llanberis. Great modern apartment with a welcome gift that is lovely to arrive to after your long journey, lovely shops in walking distance and great places to visit nearby
We were only there for one night, to attend a funeral. The cost was a far too high, but this was the only option remaining in Pwtheli for the number of rooms I required. Due to the cost, I expected high degree of luxury and attention to detail. This was not the case, although all the staff were friendly and welcoming. The rooms were very dated, and basic. They wuch too hot, the sound of the music coming up from the bar was too loud for the family to sleep, and when that stopped, there was still a loud buzzing noise, that I imagine was connected to a fan system from the kitchens. It stopped around midnight. The shower was over the bath, no toiletries were provided, other than a hand wash at the sink, and it was impossible to mix the shower to a desirable temperature. The costs of food and drinks in the bar was ridiculous, and so we ate both dinner and breakfast in Wetherspoons down the road. I'm sorry, but I cannot recommend this hotel, and feel really ripped off.
This hotel is lovely. The cleanliness and friendly staff were a credit to the management. Breakfast was very nice, unfortunately the restaurant does not open on a Monday night, however we were directed to a great place for a meal. Our room was lovely freshly decorated and tasteful, hot shower and comfy bed. Would stay again, and will recommend to our friends.
a busy small town with a good high street and lovely harbour and wheelchair friendly . plenty of places to eat, a good restaurant is White Hall located within 3 minutes walk from the Crown Hotel and Pwllheli its perfectly located to see the area, we found it good for walking and water-sports. Port Meirion, Port Madog, Abersoch and many more places of interest nearby.
Convenient location for reaching the whole of the llyn penninsula and Pwllheli was not that far away if you like a bigger town but we only ventured there to supermarket shop and it was easy to reach. Fantastic views from every window aspect and rabbits abound in the fields and churchyard.
Brilliant accommodation don't hesitate to book. 1 minute from the beach. Lovely views, big bedrooms two of which have en-suites. Nice big open kitchen diner living space with the most gorgeous views. The host was brilliant very accommodating and left little treats for us to begin our stay. We'd love to go back again.
We hadn't planned spending most of our nights there, but a lot of other accomm on the coast was either full or not open due to Covid 19. It turned out very well; Pwllheli is a great base for walking the Lleyn coastal path and has everything you need for a few days' stay. We made day trips out by local buses, which took a bit of planning but saved a lot of hassle (and CO2). Lots of places to eat and drink, but special mentions to the White Hart pub and The Jewel in the Crown Indian restaurant. We stayed three nights at Aberdaron as well to visit the headlands in the far west - this too worked very well.
New owner busy doing the place up my room had been done very well indeed short walk to town centre
Amazing friendly service and really clean!