- They did not teach one to be an officiant at B&B school!
- We get another TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence!
- We receive our 500th TripAdvisor review!
- Lights, camera and……..action!
- Our model employee is the answer!
- We are still graded Five Stars!
- We get a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence – for the third year running!
A lush lakeside retreat. Enthusiastic owners spoil guests rotten - comfy beds,sumptuous baths, exceptional meals, a hot tub under the stars.
Hike to Cadair Idris – the scenery is breathtaking. Return to a hot tub under the stars, and champagne to toast your good fortune. This lakeside B&B in southern Snowdonia is utterly spoiling and Ricky has become a chef of reputation. Slow-roast lamb shank, fillet of local salmon, a trio of Welsh ices; the menus change each day. Spacious bedrooms (one is downstairs) have ever-changing views, bathrooms are sumptuous and you wake to the smell of Welsh bacon: breakfasts are to die for. Binoculars for the birds, a wonderful welcome for you, candlelit dining... it's bliss. Read the full write up here »
During August we were joined by a number of Belgium journalists who had come to report on us following a glowing write up in one of their national weekend newspapers. This was prompted by the tourist magazine Britain choosing us in their best pick of five star bed and breakfasts – the only one highlighted in Wales. To say we were pleased was an understatement. Some came by motorcycle and some came by train having got the ferry over and then continuing their journey by rail and ultimately taxi from the big city of Machynlleth. Writer Bart Plouver chose the latter way of arriving at The Old Rectory on the lake and he, and his photographer partner Anne, stayed here for four days. During that time they went down the mine at Corris, cycled the Mawddach trail from Dolgellau to Barmouth and of course had to attempt Cader Idris. They left us in not that favourable weather but were rewarded with a bit of view on the way up. They were amazed to see so many people at the summit. In his email accompany the image below for our blog he wrote:-
‘John, just say that we didn’t think we were going to make it. But we did. It took us seven hours up and down. Great satisfaction!’