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We stayed here early March for a weekend bed breakfast and evening meal deal. The rooms were spacious but old fashioned and tired, that said the standard of cleanliness was not too bad. What I want to really rave about is the food.....excellent home cooked...More
We're walking the Glyndwr Way and stopped off after a loverly days walk to be rewarded with fantastic Sunday Supper. Geat prices well cooked enjoyable high quality 3 courses for 15 pounds. Lovely service from staff a big thank you
We often visit this area usually in our caravan, but we just fancied being spoilt and have things done for us. Apparently under new ownership, the original owner has returned and put things back on an even keel. The house wines are excellent goes really...More
My husband and I stayed at the Wynnstay for 3 nights over the last bank holiday weekend whilst attending the town's yearly comedy festival.
We booked a standard room which was all we needed, somewhere to sleep and get ready in the morning, and the...More
You dont need a wake up call at the Wynnstay - the town clock is opposite and strikes every 15 minutes!! No room to park in the car park, so had to pay in town car park...breakfast and service was terrible...drinks were VERY expensive -...More
Response from Charles D, Owner at Wynnstay Hotel
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US$119 - US$123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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