We stayed in the B&B Garden twin room because the Love Parry room was booked. The Garden room was very nice but if you can get the Love Parry room with the 4 poster I would recommend it as we had a quick peek in there. The owner, Alan, also gave us a tour of the cottages he has for rent in the grounds. These were to a very high standard and the latest cottage which has just been finished was better than my actual house. We also got to meet Alan's wife Helen who works very hard and was very friendly and Alan and Helen's two children Kaitlyn and Max who were very funny and took our pictures for us at the end. The breakfast in the B&B was excellent as others have said and we didn't eat again until the evening. We also managed to damage a tyre on our BMW on a trip out to Snowdon and thought we would struggle to find a replacement. Alan used his numerous contacts to find one for us and gave us the directions to the garage on our way home and all went well. A first class service all round.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Close to Abersoch - we offer two double rooms; both have en-suite shower facilities as well as tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, electric blanket, colour flat screen 19" television, clock radio and free wi-fi. Our hearty breakfast in the Africa Room - start with cereal, fruit juice and fruit and move on to our renown cooked breakfast in our Africa Room, which includes quality locally produced (where available), Welsh bacon, pork sausages, black pudding, deviled lamb kidneys, a pair of Manx kippers, naturally oak smoked haddock, freshly laid home produced free range eggs, fresh mushrooms, vine tomatoes, Welsh mustard, Welsh sea salt and home made jams. We are pet friendly, have ample parking and accept major cards. ... more less