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Set in Dylife, The Star Inn offers a bar. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a shared lounge and a business centre, along with free WiFi. Guests can enjoy mountain views. At the hotel, all rooms are fitted with a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV. The Star Inn offers a buffet or à la carte breakfast. You can play darts at the accommodation. Newtown is 37 km from The Star Inn, while Dolgellau is 49 km away.
Pros: Liked everything, very short notice booking to break a long journey. Just what was needed and lovely walk before dinner.
Cons: Minor criticism but the breakfast service and options were a little tired. Could very easily be sorted.
Pros: Really quiet place. Great friendly staff. Amazingly scenic drive although a little hair raising in places due to the twists and turns of the Mountainous roads. Great evening meal and breakfast.
Cons: As it was so hot we needed to have the windows open which as to be expected in the countryside allowed a lot of insects entry the room which were promptly dealt with by fly spray!
Pros: The food was very good and the staff very friendly and helpful.
Cons: Bizarrely the toilet was filthy I.e. had been used with excrement in the bowl. The staff were suitably apologetic. There were also lots of insects crawling over the cushions on the bed. Killed several and pushed cushions off and mercifully not troubled during the night.
Pros: Very clean and well looked after in a fabulous location.
Pros: Breakfast was great and flexible - useful when you need to make an early start! We chose it as a stop on our Glyndwr Way walk, and it was excellent! We will go back.
Pros: Great place to stay when hiking the Glyndwr's way. Amazing restaurant and rooms.
Pros: Its a friendly atmosphere. Good food. Clean and tidy hotel. Comfortable bed. Quite rural area.
Pros: Wonderful friendly staff/owners great food beautiful room big big bath and great shower location awesome Welcomed us motorcyclists without a blink of an eye which is a refreshing thing
Pros: The breakfasts were excellent,, nothing was too much trouble.
Pros: Friendly Staff and location.
Cons: Would have liked some local beer on draft. Good range of bottles available though.
With a stay at The Old School House in Llanbrynmair, you'll be near the beach, and 29.4 mi (47.3 km) from Lake Vyrnwy and 32.2 mi (51.8 km) from Aberystwyth University. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very friendly reception and great service A******
Pros: very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. Lovely conservatory to sit and relax in.
Cons: just a little too far from places to eat but we were invited to eat at the B&B at an extra cost.
Pros: Great place to stay and Karen and Bernie are very nice owners. Bernie: many thanks for all good travelling suggestions.
Pros: Hello hello hello! A couple of IC1 males on motorbikes looking to lay low for the night before we got our collar felt by the bad weather and we couldn’t have found a hideaway more suitable and secluded. The host even offered a ride in the back of the car to the local, where if we had played our cards right, I’m pretty sure we could’ve had a lock in. In all seriousness, hosts Karen and Bernie are excellent, the accommodation is excellent and the surroundings excellent too. Nothing more to be said… Over.
Cons: Nothing to not like!!!
Pros: Owners were very friendly and informative regarding the rally in the local area. The cooked breakfast was superb, in fact best I have had for a long time!!
Cons: Nothing to report.
Pros: Lovely welcome, comfortable room, spotless bathroom with roomy shower and ample breakfast in the morning.
Cons: Not going to nit-pick about this lovely couple's home - they did everything to make us welcome and shared their lovely conservatory with us for tea when we arrived, very hot and tired.
Pros: A warm welcome by Brian and Karen when we arrived in this bed and breakfast. Beautiful situated in a very quiet area. In the garden no sound can be heard. An exciting place to be. Breakfast is more than complete! We had the 'blue' room which was very nice, clean and very comfortable. Brian recommended 'the Star' for dinner, which is a 10 miles drive. A place to return for the enormous hospitality.
Cons: There is nothing to complain about.
Pros: Food, hospitality, bathroom and scenery
Cons: Beds were on the squishy side!
Pros: The Bed & Breakfast was brilliant - the only aspect we did not really like was that it was not en-suite and the bathroom was next door - although it was for our exclusive us as the other had en-suite facilities. The hosts were excellent - had coffee and biscuits when we arrived and sat in their garden with them they are so friendly and hospitable.
Cons: Nothing - apart from the fact that the Satnav couldn't find it and we went down a lane for about 4 miles before it said we had to do a U-turn and we eventually found it - bit out of the way for us but should imagine it would be paradise for someone who walks a lot.