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Recent Reviews

  • A good base with some shortcomings.
    4 of 5

    The Grove is within a 300-year-old building set in picturesque countryside with a lovely communal garden. The cottage would benefit from further updating but was adequate for the price we paid. Heating can be a problem if you do not want to use the wood-burner (which we didn’t): the cottage depends on electric radiators (the one in the dining area did not work) and portable electric heaters which when used all at once can trip the electrics. WiFi is intermittent as it relies on a hub in the cottage next-door. The manager Kym is very pleasant and helpful and warned us of the quirks mentioned above and told us how to switch the electricity back on, etc. Overall we made the most of our stay, as the cottage is a good base from which to explore the local area and further afield into Snowdonia.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • Beautifully presented and surprisingly spacious
    5 of 5

    Had a lovely weekend for my birthday with the family. Really nice cottage with good sized rooms. Easily walked to the other side of the town for dinner. Would recommend

    Stayed: Sep 2018