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My wife and I have just spent three nights in Tyn Rhos Country House and I can't praise it highly enough.
On check-in we were informed that a window in the room we were booked in had been cracked by a recent storm. We were...More
Found myself needing a room for a unplanned Saturday night stay in Bangor. Managed to book the final room available at Tyn Rhos very late in the day.
The room was extremely well appointed, clean and comfortable and the bed was lovely, had a great...More
If you want a good nights sleep, this is NOT the hotel for you. Lovely setting and breakfast was wonderful however, the walls are exceptionally thin. Worst nights sleep we have had in a long time. As the manager quoted "You knew you were booking...More
What a brilliant place to spend a few days relaxing. Lovely setting with comfortable well appointed room with a great view. The staff were friendly, attentive and very helpful. The food was fantastic, wonderfully presented and of the highest quality with food sourced mostly locally....More
We chose Tyn Rhos because of its proximity to both the coast and the mountains. The location was ideal and Tyn Rhos proved suitably relaxing.
We didn't visit the restaurant on this occasion, but we'll go back (on the strength of the breakfasts!)
Although some of the rooms are upstairs and there are no lifts, there are several rooms at ground floor level (more like studio type accommodation). There are ramps leading to the hotel but be aware of where you park as much... More
Although some of the rooms are upstairs and there are no lifts, there are several rooms at ground floor level (more like studio type accommodation). There are ramps leading to the hotel but be aware of where you park as much of the car park is gravelled. I am sure that the owners/staff will be more than willing to advise and help.
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"Stayed in one of the converted barn/outbuilding rooms"