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Although we have been before we took 6 others who had never been to North Wales. As we all live in kent we set of really early and made good time getting there for 9 30am. We stayed in the castle penthouse which we really...More
We were traveling with friends through North Wales and booked two rooms for our overnight stay around Port Merion. The Castell Deudraeth Hotel turns out to be an excellent stopping place. Our rooms were exceptional although we had paid more than we normally would. We...More
We spent a lovely evening here while on holiday in North Wales. The restaurant is in spectacular grounds and we were welcomed in good style. The food was excellent - the lamb was as good as I've eaten and the wine and beer list was...More
The food was extremely tasty. Dishes were perfectly seasoned. The staff were attentive wiyhout being in your face. You get free access to the village worth £12 per couple
I recommend all of the dishes on the menu
I always recommend to phone up and book, and also to ask if the lunch time deal is still on offer. Recently, guests of mine were told that they didn't have to wait until they'd had lunch to gain entry, which meant they could spend...More
Response from AmanDhami | Reviewed this property |
Hi Catherine. We stayed in room 2 on the second floor which was a large open plan room that had a king size bed, had a cot/crib at the end of our bed and also a single bed for our 6 year old. With all this there was also a... More
Hi Catherine. We stayed in room 2 on the second floor which was a large open plan room that had a king size bed, had a cot/crib at the end of our bed and also a single bed for our 6 year old. With all this there was also a couch in the room. That gives you an idea of how spacious the open plan is.
We also had one night in the one bedroom room on a higher floor which was ok the crib and king size bed were in one room and then the single bed was a sofa bed in the lounge/TV room.
Personally I preferred the open plan room.
I hope this helps.
Response from Hotel_Guest_Liaison | Property representative |
Hi Andrew, great to hear from you. Really sorry to advise that we are only able to welcome Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs into the visitor attraction area of Portmeirion. It is a very small area where many children are able... More
Hi Andrew, great to hear from you. Really sorry to advise that we are only able to welcome Guide Dogs and Assistance Dogs into the visitor attraction area of Portmeirion. It is a very small area where many children are able to roam around freely, roll around on lawns and splash in paddling pools. Also we have 50 cottages which form part of the hotel and tranquillity is a high priority. There are many rare species of birds and forest floor animals in the surrounding woodlands that have to be protected and surrounding Portmeirion we have 70 acres of grazing land mainly used for sheep. While none of this would be incompatible with responsibly controlled dogs we have sadly found that even a small minority of people who have no interest or regard for others or for their surroundings have forced us to uphold our Guide Dogs Only policy. Please accept my apologies on behalf of Portmeirion for this disappointment and any inconvenience thus caused.
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"Ask for a room with a view over the Afron Dwyryd (the river & estuary)! Very special"