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All reviewssea viewpublic areassteep hilllovely hotellarge roomfull welshfabulous viewsbreakfast was excellentmawddach estuaryfirst morningsmall barwould definitely stay here againsmall hotellovely roomfresh fruitevening mealstayed here for one night
Visited with friends who are local and they told us this was they're favourite place to eat. From the appearance I was expecting a rustic setting however couldn't be more surprised to find a very stripped back modern interior. The food was lovely and waiting...More
We live locally and were searching for a wedding venue when we came across Bae Abermaw. After trying 4 other local hotels within the same price range we fell in love with Bae before we even walked in, and it's hard not to with that...More
We stayed here for one night on 13th July as we were planning to climb Snowdon the next day. The hotel is a large Victorian building on the hillside overlooking the estuary mouth - first impressions were very favourable, the outside areas were very presentable...More
Stayed two night early june.2016,had modified family room so small and very noisy over kitchen and air con situated on outside wall of room,also very noisy from bedroom above,bed linen very poor quality for hotel rating,also insufficient cups and beverages in the room,the kettle was...More
Spent 3 nights at bae abermaw. We were a party of 3 in 2 rooms.
we booked this hotel as a 4 star treat as one of our party had just got over cancer.we were disappointed as all was not as should have been and...More
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Response from Bae A, Manager at Bae AbermawResponded 17 July 2016
I am sorry you were not happy with the location of the hotel, we do state in the write up that it is unsuitable for those with limited mobility, but I will update the information to make sure it is more prominent.