Another central guest house is the very popular Plas Gwyn - never been able to booki in here yet, always seem to be full so must be good.
Rooms:three double and one twin-bedded en-suite rooms - all with colour TV's - plus two single rooms. All rooms feature tea and coffee making facilities. Prices from £27 pppn
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A tall 19th century town house
Local pub inthe heart of the village, we just popped in here for a drink so I can't comment on room or food.
Plenty of Locals in the pub and a good place for people watching
This is a very comfortable place to stay if your visiting Snowdonia. The hotel is surrounded by stunning scenery and its on s five minute walk into the small village.
Description: A wonderful former Welsh Manor House dating from 1644. Set in 20 acres of mountainside and beautiful gardens - make time to enjoy them.
Bed and Breakfast per day £32.00
2 Day Break (Dinner, Bed and Breakfast) £89.00 3 Day Break (Dinner, Bed and Breakfast) £132.00
Excellent 4 course cusine plus vegetarians are very welcome with tempting and unusual dishes available such as the highly praised parsnip and walnut gratin!
Just 9 tastefully decorated rooms - reservation reccommended as this place tends to get booked up, especially at weekends and having been there its easy to understand why. It may be a little more expensive than staying in Beddgelert itself but this place is a bit extra special
Update: we stayed here again in 2007 - almost 5 years since we had been and the owners recognised us! The manor house now has a lovely conversatory on the outside extending its dinning capacity and more rooms could be added.
The dining room is probably the oldest part of the hotel, with its inglenooks and low timbered ceilings - watch your head! - a lovely place to enjoy good cusine after a long days walk.
Beautiful vies from the garden.
Extremely handy location for when we tackled the Watkin Path to climb Snowdon.
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