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As many have said, this is not your typically B&B experience. A one night stopover was a perfect stay length for us. We were able to roam the gardens in the evening, and privately tour the castle after breakfast. The antiquity of the King's Room...More
Before I write further, I will quote from the book written by one of the (young) owners - Judith and Peter who purchased the almost derelict castle and have undergone a painstaking and historically sympathetic renovation.
Castles in the Air - Judy Corbett :: "...More
We stayed in the Kings room on a Friday and Saturday night. We were greeted warmly by Paddy, the groundsman, who took us to our room and brought us a tray of tea and biscuits to enjoy. The room was huge with beautiful views from...More
We stayed overnight at Gwydir Castle last month. My wife thought it would be cool to stay in one of the most documented haunted castles in Wales since I write ghost books for a living. Our first impression of Gwydir Castle is that it's a...More
We were treated to an overnight stay in this beautiful castle as an anniversary present from our two son's.
All I can say is what a fantastic place and setting made even better by the service we were given whilst there.
Reading the history on...More
I am a descendent of a one time occupant of your castle, and would love to visit. Could you recommend the transportation i would need to arrange to get fron Heathrow to you. Thank you, phillip nordstrom. I am a dedcendent on my mothers side, her maiden name is gwinn.
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It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the... More
It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the castle.
It is a stunningly beautiful spot and a most memorable bed and breakfast!
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"Both rooms have beautiful canopy beds, Wifi is best in the paneled parlor."