Between the mountains and the sea, it’s hard to imagine there is a hotel anywhere in Wales better placed to enjoy the great outdoors
The Isle of Anglesey and its beach-speckled 125 miles of spectacular coastline is within an easy drive of Caernarfon – make sure you travel over the Menai Suspension bridge.
Explore Llanberis just 15 minutes’ drive away, Snowdonia’s most famous alpine village and home to many outdoor, indoor and historic attractions – including the Snowdon Mountain Railway
Leave the car and take the Welsh Highland narrow gauge railway into the mountains of Snowdonia – the station is within walking distance
Enjoy a day out to Bodnant Garden's once voted the winner of "The National Trust Gardens Award" by National Trust members and separately voted "The Favourite Garden in the Country" by Daily Telegraph readers.
There are more beaches and ancient wonders to explore on the windswept, mystical Lleyn Peninsula, with Abersoch a popular seaside resort. Dinas Dinlle beach is even closer
Stayed here on the last night of a coach holiday. Cannot fault it. The best meals we had had all week. Dinner and breakfast were superb. Small niggle, those with cooked breakfast found it difficult to get passed the people having continental. Friendly, welcoming and homely.
We had booked as non residents for an evening meal. On arriving we saw three coaches parked up and was a bit dubious. We needn't have concerned ourselves, restaurant is so large and up three steps to one side is an area for twos and fours to dine. Yes there was the noise from the amount of people in the restaurant, however it did not spoil our evening. Food was good just too much. Pleased I had read reviews and knew not to have a starter. Our waitress was very attentive, professional and friendly. Certainly would return.