- Very Good
- 22 guest reviews
"Very cosy hotel with excellent views. Room was a little cold as Windows let the air in. Bed was a little uncomfy...."
"The situation of this hotel can only be described as heaven, Set above lake Vyrnwy, with superb lake views. There are many wild pheasants ru..."
"Fantastic hotel to stay at..."
"Overall experience very good. The staff were all excellent and friendly...."
"A lovely stay in this enchanting place. Beautiful views of the lake and lovely food as usual...."
About the hotel
Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa is located high on the hillsides of the Berwyn Mountain range within the 24,000 acre Vyrnwy Estate, our Victorian Country House commands panoramic views to all horizons. The dramatically contrasting landscape of Snowdonia - craggy mountains, wild moorland, forests, spectacular waterfalls - all combine to create a bewitching backdrop to Lake Vyrnwy itself. Every attention to detail is given to make your stay enjoyable.
You will leave completely refreshed and rejuvenated, with some very special memories. All bedrooms are individually furnished and decorated, some with special features such as balconies & four posters. All have remote-control televisions, radio, direct dial telephones, and hair dryers. A member of Classic British Hotels.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception , Limited Hours Room Service , Limited room service for hot food , Laundry/Valet Service , Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Cots available , Pets Allowed
- Wedding Licence , Porter , Lift to all floors
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , In-room Modem Hook up , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Private dining services
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar
- Gymnasium , Fitness Centre , Sauna , Steam Rooms , Massage , Beauty Salon/Manicure , Jacuzzi , Tennis Courts , Fishing , Clay Pigeon Shooting , Sailing
- In room entertainment
- TV , Satellite TV , [Channels] News , [Channels] Music , [Channels] Childrens , Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Telephone In Each Room
- Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Disabled toilets on ground floor , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Bar , Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms , Wheelchair Access To Leisure Facilities , Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
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- Pets are allowed
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91% would recommend it to a friend
Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa
Very cosy hotel with excellent views.
Room was a little cold as Windows let the air in. Bed was a little uncomfy.
One night, twin room, me and my elderly mum, January 2016.
The situation of this hotel can only be described as heaven, Set above lake Vyrnwy, with superb lake views.
There are many wild pheasants running around the grounds of the hotel, and connecting roads. Also the area is a feast for bird watchers. We booked with a Late Rooms discount, which reduced our one night stay from £184, to £137 for the night, twin room, overlooking lake, including breakfast. The room was very clean, but maybe a bit drafty with single glazed windows in the winter storms., This could well be down to listed building restrictions. We had dinner in the proper restaurant. Two courses each, was £59 total, without drinks. I had steak, my mother had lamb. The food was superb, but maybe outside some peoples budget. The adjoining bistro offers steaks at about £18 per person, but still, certain residents may prefer to eat in Bala, or other nearby locations, offering a cheaper alternative. The on site 'pub' was a real bonus, offering real ales at a very reasonable price. So, two different venues in one location. Even at the £137 we paid with LateRooms discount, for B&B, twin room, one night, I feel that we were at the very top end for value for money.
On the same trip, we stayed in LLangollen, at an up-market B&B, with proper bar. This cost us just £55 for a very large twin room, with sofa, and breakfast. On balance, although lake Vyrnwy Hotel is superb within its' location, there are many other venues offering better value for money.