Stayed at the farm for 2 nights whilst exploring Snowdonia National park and we loved everything about it. Heather was a great host, very attentive and friendly. We stayed in the ground floor room which had a private lounge which was amazing - great for chilling in front of the telly after some very busy days. The bedroom was spacious, the bed was very comfy, toiletries were provided and lots of tea/coffee (including some delicious biscuits) were provided in the room. Breakfast was delicious. Fairy Glen is located on the farm and complimentary to visit if staying at the B&B, it was totally stunning and well worth a visit, we even got to stroke a very friendly sheep on our way down to it! We will definitely be back to stay if we are ever back in the area.
Very conveniently situated for sightseeing. Breakfast was good but not enough of it! Rather meagre portions if you have a hearty appetite! Within easy walking distance of the Fairy Glen.... Perfect place for a picnic.
Room was fine, breakfast wasn't worth getting up for. The lady that runs the place is extremely rude and unwelcoming. We felt like a nuisance the whole stay - after being out hiking all day what you want is a homey and friendly place to stay... this was not. Worth mentioning that although we were paying guests she wouldn't allow us to follow the path on her property down to Fairy Glen. It's only 50p and is just an honesty box but we had no change and it was our last morning in Wales so followed the path anyway, only to be shouted back 1 minute down the path by this woman who had immediately checked the honesty box to see if we had paid. We explained it was our last day and had no change but she insisted we left the path. I'm so shocked that anyone could be this pathetic and deny us a look at something that has been there far longer than any of us on this earth... Don't stay here and don't pay to use her path to Fairy Glen, follow the road a bit further round and stop at the lay-by with the post box and follow the path to fairy glen there. Beautiful and free!…
Arrived at 9pm for our overnight stay before our trek up and down Snowdon. We were warmly welcomed by the lady owner. Showed to our 3 bed room which was lovely. Loads of tea and coffee on the hospitality tray. Bedding and towels smelt lovely (it's a woman thing!) we were the only guests that night. Breakfast usually served between 8-8:30 but she welcomed did ours at 6:30 so we could get on our way up Snowdon breakfast was lovely too. We will be back to do more walking.
I cannot fault the service and rooms. Excellent breakfast Service. Ideally situated to visit the local area. There is an excellent walk along the back road into the village. Bedrooms are clean, toiletries and tea and coffee provided.