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We stayed in the Duke of Beaufort's chamber which did have the private bathroom next door which was no problem. Our room was quiet and totally enjoyable for a non - modernized ancient castle. This was NOT a Holiday Inn built with a facade of...More
Went with our parents for 2 nights absolutely amazing B&B with a difference.
Welcomed by Judy, looked after by Paddy great breakfast beautiful rooms
Amazing gardens and the fascinating castle along with lots of peacocks
Very romantic castle, we stayed there for two nights .
Rooms are charming and clean. The atmosphere is medieval. The visit in the Castle is extraordinary.
Peacocks give a special atmosphere and the garden is very romantic and charming . Breakfast is delicious and plentiful,...More
I had no idea what to expect based on the photos on their website but it was stunning. We were so impressed with the castle and the grounds and the room. It's very true to the old feel of the place - limited electric lights,...More
My mother and I stayed 2 nights at Gwydir Castle in April having first visited last September for a few hours to roam the grounds and we simply had to return to stay a couple of nights. We chose the King's Chamber to have the...More
It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the... More
It is a fairly easy trip. If you are in London, take the train from Easton Station to Llanundo Junction where you switch to Llanwrst . From there, it is about a I km walk through town over the bridge and up the road to the castle.
It is a stunningly beautiful spot and a most memorable bed and breakfast!
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"Both rooms have beautiful canopy beds, Wifi is best in the paneled parlor."