We stayed for three nights to attend a nearby wedding. It was a most fantastic location with amazingly friendly staff. Everyone else appeared to be on walking holidays and we will return in the future to do the same. The staff were very friendly and...更多
I can only describe this place as a hidden gem in the heart of Snowdonia, as soon as I arrived (at 10pm I must add) I was welcomed by Owen. I had a lot of questions to which he had all the answers, answering effortlessly...更多
Stayed in a small ? converted stable. Clean but very small with a tiny window quite high so that all we could see was the roof of the main hotel. Bathroom very small and basic. As we were only looking for somewhere quiet to stay...更多
Stayed here for 2 nights and cannot fault the hotel, the management and any of the staff. All were attentive and knowledgeable. Food was good, bar area cosy and welcoming, service was very good in all areas. Location of the hotel is handy to walk...更多
Craflwyn Hall is an outstanding base from which to explore Snowdonia. If you enjoy walking, there are nearby walks for all abilities, from short strolls to more challenging mountain ascents. If you're aiming to climb Snowdon, we are close to the base of the Watkin Path, with shorter ascents available from nearby Pen-y-Pass.
Snowdonia also has numerous places of interest. A stay at Craflwyn Hall could include a visit to Caernarfon Castle or Portmeirion, or a ride on the spectacular Welsh Highland Railway.