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We had a weekend here and couldn’t of booked anywhere better. It’s not to far from the village. The room was amazing it had a 4 poster bed, balcony, spa bath plus there were to other beds in a separate room. The room was very...More
Family trip to meet up with long lost relatives and enjoy Snowdonia. I have been before, and no hesitation in booking again.
All the rooms are individual, you are invited to select the rooms you like from a gallery – some are en-suite, all have...More
We visited pub twice during weekend when staying at nearby Coed Mawr Hall. Very tasty food. Not usual pub food. We were seated at restaurant area which is really cosy.
We had lamb shank, beef steak pie, burger and mussels. All delicious but mussels -...More
I have been coming to Ty Gwyn for around 15 years but hadn't been for a while as I have moved from the area. I returned today for the first time in a few years and found the food and service was outstanding as it...More
Could easily run out of superlatives to describe this place, so let’s cut to the chase.
Martin & his team run a great place. Great coaching inn with lumpy walls, inglenooks, mismatched rickety furniture - bags of atmosphere. Loved it!!!
Food, staff, rooms, bar,...More
dogs are welcome in some bedrooms but cannot be present in the bar or resteraunt during food hours but any time around 12-2pm and 6-10pm dogs are permitted to sit in tge bar. phone up and speak to the owner regarding the dog... More
dogs are welcome in some bedrooms but cannot be present in the bar or resteraunt during food hours but any time around 12-2pm and 6-10pm dogs are permitted to sit in tge bar. phone up and speak to the owner regarding the dog as this may have changed as the rooms and bathrooms have recently been redecorated