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We wanted somewhere we could be in striking distance of Holyhead for the next day early ferry.
The Hotel is convenient from this point of view and has its own car park not far away.
It could be cleaner, and is a little tired, but...More
To be honest, it probably need Glyndwr himself to come and shake this lot up. It has massive potential, situated on the main A5 road through the village, and has history coming out of the wood work, but it fails to live up.
This hotel dates back a long time and whilst I knew it may have some kind of old smell to it, at times it was so overpowering. The damp smell of the furniture in the living room area was really bad. I couldn't eat my...More
Stopped in on a slow day and found the fire lit and well kept beers on tap. We were only stopping for a drink but the fire was stoked for us and given its age,it's a cosy ,quiet place for a pint. There are some...More
This was an awful place. Sooo outdated, sooo smelly, sooo dirty!! I had to ask receptionist to bring vacuum cleaner. Room full of spider webs, bugs crawling on ceiling, carpet stained everywhere and full of bits. The whole place is disgusting and made me feel...More
US$65 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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