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If you're a 21st century traveler, this may not be for you. There's no shower (but a huge bathtub), no TV or internet. Instead, there'e a big room furnished with antiques, breakfast by a fireplace, peacocks outside the windows, and acres of garden to wnader...More
What a treasure!! Had found this on the internet and was intrigued to visit whilst staying in nearby Llanwrst. We are so glad we found it. Glorious gardens, friendly Peacocks and a beautiful historic house to mooch around. Definitely going to buy Castles in the...More
There's not a lot to add to the positive comments about Gwydir Castle - if you want WiFi, TV, luxury toiletries and a 'could be any luxury hotel' atmosphere, then this wouldn't be for you. If however, you want the opportunity to stay in a...More
We were greeted by Judy, who is just so calmly lovely, at the small door in the gate and shown to the house. The creaking door, wooden worn steps so added to the feeling you were somewhere special. We received such a warm welcome by...More
Wanted to visit Gwydir because, in researching my Welsh ancestry, I found it was the likely seat of my branch of the ancient Gwyn name. As part of my trip-planning, I read Castles in the Air, the new propietors' fascinating story of their acquisition and...More
I am a descendent of a one time occupant of your castle, and would love to visit. Could you recommend the transportation i would need to arrange to get fron Heathrow to you. Thank you, phillip nordstrom. I am a dedcendent on my mothers side, her maiden name is gwinn.
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It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the... More
It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the castle.
It is a stunningly beautiful spot and a most memorable bed and breakfast!
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"Both rooms have beautiful canopy beds, Wifi is best in the paneled parlor."