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Reviews - Ty Mawr B&B and Tearoom

Ty Mawr Rhyd Ddu, Caernarfon, LL546TL

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  • d poulter

  • April 2015

Perfect B and B

I booked in the day we were travelling.

I spoke briefly to the owner on the way down and he was friendly and very helpful. When we arrived the place was buzzing with activity and the smell of pancakes!. Located within 100metres of one of the trails up Snowdon it obviously had fantastic views and the village itself is a throwback to old times. The room was small but cozy and clean. Their attention to detail is fantastic if u had forgotten toiletries or towels all were there for you. The breakfast and snacks were healthily cooked with plenty extra toast and coffee. Our hosts treated us like family and my 10 year old son loved the place. There is no better place to stay for a Snowdon experience.

  • marcia thompson

  • October 2014

Lovely cosy B&B

Emma and Menno are great hosts, very friendly and knowledgeable of the area.

Room was cosy, warm and welcoming. Breakfasts and cakes are excellent. Highly recommended.

  • w savill

  • September 2014

Great snowdon experience

A great place to stay for your Wales experience.

The owners are kind friendly and helpful, the accomodation is good, and the little touches make it a good experience. I especially enjoyed the home made biscuits put in the room with the tea and coffee.

  • Deborah S

  • September 2014

Excellent B&B, ideally situated fro Snowdon

Emma and Menno are extremely helpful, friendly and welcoming.

There was a great choice for breakfast which was plentiful and delicious. The building is about 200 years old and the breakfast room/ tea room is full of quirky charm. The whole place was spotless and comfortable. It is just a few minutes walk from the Rhyd Ddu path to Snowdon and the Welsh highland railway station. A couple of minutes in the other direction is a local pub serving evening meals. The only minus point was the size of the room, which was quite small. However, that was reflected in the price so we have no complaints and would thoroughly recommend a stay here.