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I can't rate this luxury guest house highly enough.
Alex and Lorraine are wonderful hosts who welcomed us into their home and genuinely nothing was too much trouble from flexibility with meal times, culinary tips and advice on local attractions.
The rooms were all spotlessly...More
We were celebrating a birthday weekend away from it all. Comfort, good food, the odd glass of wine, walks, welsh scenery and a real welcome were all on the last of requirements. We got them all. Oh & we also got the Welsh weather as...More
We stayed 2 nights at the Dolffanog Fawr in early July. It turned out to be by far the best accomodations of our entire trip to the UK. Alex and Lorraine are wonderful hosts and did everything possible to make our stay a lasting memory....More
Excallent b&b. Quality rooms, fittings and facilities, superb food and great hosts - friendly and helpful. Ideally placed as a base for Cadair Idris and other hills and mountains in south Snowdonia. Plenty of other attractions nearby.
We chose this B&B due to all the good reviews and needing a place to stay with our young Labrador dog! We stayed 3 nights in early June. The place exceeded all of our expectations. The house was what you would expect of a boutique...More
Response from philiphove72 | Reviewed this property |
The food there is one of the best things about the place and I feel sure that a vegan diet could be catered for but better check this with the owners of the B+B - Alex and Lorraine. Regarding limited mobility, this might be... More
The food there is one of the best things about the place and I feel sure that a vegan diet could be catered for but better check this with the owners of the B+B - Alex and Lorraine. Regarding limited mobility, this might be a problem as I think all the rooms are upstairs. The attraction of the area is walking, or visiting local towns and villages, the beach and climbing the local mountain, all which may present a problem, not sure about this but again, talk to Alex before you go.