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at Owain Glyndwr Hotel

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What a wonderful place to stay. Room and ensuite was warm, spotlessly clean and the staff were very friendly and attentive to...
... overpriced. There was awful smell (damp I believe) in our room which was so powerful it actually overwhelmed the stale...
... very pleasant and helpful, but this didn't make up for the room once I was inside. The first thing I noticed was the stains...
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iwalkden wrote a review Oct 2019
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What a wonderful place to stay.
Room and ensuite was warm, spotlessly clean and the staff were very friendly and attentive to every need.
A refreshing change from the average chain hotels...
Loved the dining room and breakfast was perfect. The bar was cosy and the barman chatty and friendly.
And so inexpensive too.
A lovely experience of traditional Welsh hospitality....
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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1k1krlc wrote a review Nov 2018
Sheffield, United Kingdom68 contributions19 helpful votes
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An absolute dump. Whoever has reviewed this place higher than a 2 must be related to the owners. The place is disgusting, filthy and massively overpriced.

There was awful smell (damp I believe) in our room which was so powerful it actually overwhelmed the stale smoke smell. Stained walls and ceiling, scruffy carpets, even awful beer, etc. If someone travelled forwards in time from the 70's they would think they had gone backwards.
Have a look at the sanitary bag photo attached. It must be an antique. This matched the rest of the 'hotel'. The reviews on 'Booking.com' (7.4 average) are definitely not genuine.
Have a close look for your self.
DO NOT STAY HERE
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Do not stay here. You'll thank me!
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curzonsparks wrote a review Mar 2018
Brighton, Sussex57 contributions26 helpful votes
Would like to write and say this was a lovely hotel - but in all honesty, I can't! It looks impressive from the outside, but once inside, it all changes. It is a very old hotel and hasn't managed to keep up with the modern pace. The man that was on reception was very pleasant and helpful, but this didn't make up for the room once I was inside. The first thing I noticed was the stains on the carpet! There were two or three of these in different areas! The next thing was some mould around the bath edges. When I went to put the bedside light on, the top came away - it had broken at the wire frame -and just put back on the top, balancing precariously! The room I was in was at the front of the building, and being on the main road, was quite noisy until after midnight. The bed itself was quite comfortable, and I had a reasonable nights sleep. Breakfast was fine, although I had to go to reception to get the owner before I could order. One strange thing was the fruit juice was in bottles - Britvic by brand, and I have never had that in a hotel before at breakfast. The food was O.K. and seemed to be freshly prepared. There as a problem with the C.C. device, but this was rectified, in a fashion, by the time I left. I would love to say it was all fine, but unfortunately, too many little niggles, let it down. It would need quite a lot of time and money spending to bring it back to its former glory. Steeped in history, it would be magnificent once again if this was done. I don't think I would stay there again, but I do hope they can turn the place around.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Rear rooms would be a must
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celticbaza wrote a review Feb 2018
Arboleas, Spain23 contributions3 helpful votes
The room was spacious and although on the main A5 was peaceful at night. The staff were friendly and the food good but the smell of damp throughout was the main complaint together with the dated decoration.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Apollo333 wrote a review Oct 2017
Chiltern Hills, Bucks32 contributions9 helpful votes
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 the people were friendly and breakfast was very good.
Only one issue, apart from cleanliness, was the smokers block the main entrance and their fumes enter the bedrooms above. Not nice!
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Avoid bedrooms above main entrance, if you don't like cigarette smoke
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