Old School Guest House
Beautiful, rural historically interesting Welsh 'Not' School built in 1858.
Set in a peaceful and tranquil location backed by trees and the hills of the Lleyn Peninsular.
Our home has been sensitively and tastefully converted and decorated combining old and new features and providing an air of informal luxury.
Delicious and highly commended home cooking using garden and local produce.
Choice of breakfast menu with full cooked breakfast. Evening meals on request. Bring your own wine. Special diets catered for.
Our Accommodation comprises of an ensuite family room and aTwin room with spacious private bathroom on ground floor all on one level with grab rails fitted by bath, shower and toilets and a double en-suite upstairs.
* Facilities in rooms to make beverages.
* Guest Sitting room with TV and video.
* Central heating with log fires in winter.
* Large garden and grounds with ample off road parking.
* Easy access ramp into the house.
Please see our website for Access statement.
Situated on the NW Boundary of the Snowdonia National Park we provide an ideal base for families, walkers, climbers, cyclists and other activities.
We are within easy reach of Snowdon and the neighbouring mountains. A network of footpaths and bridleways around us have been reopened offering a unique link from Snowdon along the classic Nantlle Ridge to the contrasting Lleyn Peninsular and Bardsey Island. Boat trips to the Island are available from Aberdarron.
Nearby Lon Eifion now part of the Sus-Trans cycle network is a safe, quiet and attractive route for walkers, runners, cyclists and wheelchair users.
Tremadog lies a few miles away, abust centre for climbers all year round.
To maximise your enjoyment of the area, advice is available for all activities. If required instruction and equipment can be arranged.
The beaches and marinas of Criccieth 6miles, Pwllhheli 10miles, Abersoch 16 miles are well worth a visit together with the numerous attractions on Anglesy within an hours drive.
Around Porthmadog is the Ffestiniog Railway to the slate mines of Blanaeu Ffestiniog, the magical Italianate village of Portmeirion for a pleasant day's outing and nearby Black Rock Sands.
Castles are in abundance, Caernarfon, Beaumaris, Conway, Criccieth and Harlech together with the remains of the Roman fort at Segontium.
The historical town of Caernarfon with its Royal connections has much to offer-the castle , museums, harbour, airport with pleasure flights and the newly opened Welsh Highland Railway.
Whatever the weather and whatever your interests you will find something to do here.
Open all year, Sue and Terry offer a warm welcome.
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This page was last updated: 01 July 2010