A lovely warm welcome from Judy. She made us a cup of tea which was a lovely touch. Our room was quirky and very of the period. Very clean and stylish, basic and comfortable. Different and fun. No tv but bring your computer and wifi available no problem. Slept like a log and awoke to a hearty breakfast seated in... 更多
This pretty fortified house not easily noticed from the road was the ancestral home of the Wynne family. It fell into terrible disrepair but in the 1990s a young couple from London purchased the property and gardens in order to restore it to its original appearance of the 1500s. They have done a wonderful job and the house and gardens... 更多
We visited Gwydir Castle at the end of September. We went in through the little door and rang the handbell for attention - how fantastic to go somewhere that doesn't have all the modernised reception and tea room at the front. The grounds are beautiful. We particularly liked the Cedar of Lebanon that were nearly 400 years old. Some work... 更多
The self-tour of the castle after our overnight stay was interesting to view and the gardens are nice. However, I could not wait to end our overnight stay. Our bedroom was not yet ready for overnight visitors. I do not recommend staying in Gwydir Castle. The room was very musty smelling (probably from the bed hangings, there were cobwebs at... 更多
Debbie, our American visitor, wanted elevators and a hotel experience. This Gwydir cannot provide. We offer small-scale Bed & Breakfast... 更多
If you are thinking about making visiting this place a part of your holiday in North Wales, just do it! Old atmospheric 'castle' and gardens to explore. The guidebook on sale is an interesting short read. The peacocks must love it here!
It is amazing that you are allowed to wander freely throughout this fine building. On a fine day the house and gardens are splendid but on a wet day the house is a welcome refuge! The work that has been done on the property is wonderful and the experience has to be undergone to appreciate it fully.
We were fortunate that the weather was so good. Lovely gardens outside, plenty to see. The peacocks were very friendly and were fairly tame. Plenty of young chicks too. The house itself, is well worth a visit. Restored so well. Lovely to look around. So important in the history of the local area. You are now able to stay there... 更多
A beautiful building reclaimed from ruin and raves. there are several halls that are very atmospheric, I can imagine a banquet taking place in any of them. The halls are beautiful with traditional furniture and a small fire in one room. The grounds have lovely gardens and room to wander. As well as a collection of peacocks. They also hold... 更多
We were a little disappointed that have been promised a guided tour, we were told that this was no longer possible for our visit. Having said that, there are cards in each room which give one an overview of the history of the room and a description of the contents. The house itself is lovely, with a great atmosphere. The... 更多
No what we expected. Our excursion stated high tea in a castle. Not high tea! A cookie and tea. Quick and crowded tour. Grounds pretty but not suitable for a bed and breakfast to date. Overall, we were disappointed in this excursion but not sure if it was the tour company or location.
Since Mary D did not actually visit or experience our B&B accommodation how can she possibly feel qualified to comment... 更多