Gwern Borter Manor

Rowen LL32 8YLConwyUnited Kingdom
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About Gwern Borter Manor

Gwern Borter Manor is an ivy-covered stone-built former hunting lodge visited by Edward VII on the western flanks of the Conwy Valley in north Wales. Boasting ten acres of landscaped grounds, it offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the foothills of the gorgeous Snowdonia National Park.

Elegantly-decorated rooms enjoying excellent countryside views feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen satellite TVs, hairdryers and hospitality trays. One room adds a four-poster bed. A spacious suite is also available.

Conveniences include a cosy lounge, oak-panelled entrance hall, free Wi-Fi throughout and complimentary parking.

A free cooked or continental breakfast is served in the traditional dining room. Indian restaurants plus pubs and cafes serving food are among the eateries within five miles.

Non-smoking Gwern Borter Manor is ten minutes’ drive from the National Trust’s pretty Bodnant Garden and 13th century Conwy Castle. Beaches at Llandudno and Colwyn Bay are less than 20 minutes’ drive away.

Contact

Rowen , LL32 8YL, Conwy, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1492650360 | Official Homepage

Top amenities

  • Free WiFi in lobby
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Parking
  • Pets
  • A/C
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel bar
  • Gym

All amenities

Hotel facilities

  • Car park
  • Free WiFi in lobby
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • WiFi in lobby

Room facilities

  • Bathroom with bathtub
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Central heating
  • Electric kettle
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Hairdryer
  • Satellite TV
  • Television
  • WiFi in rooms

Arrival / Departure

  • Check-in: 15:00
  • Check-out: 11:00

Positive Reviews

Pleasant rooms and shared facilities

The countryside and mountain views from the rooms appealed to reviewers as did the beautiful and extensive landscaped grounds featuring herbal and kitchen gardens. Many guests liked the vintage decor in the rooms, which they frequently described as clean and comfortable with cosy beds.

Helpful owners and scrumptious breakfasts

The wide choice of continental and home-cooked breakfast options was filling and delicious, according to most diners. Guests also expressed positive views about the friendly and welcoming owners who had lots of local knowledge for suggesting places to eat and things to do.

Historic rural retreat amid national park scenery

Travellers liked the location of this bed and breakfast in an attractive building in the Conwy Valley. Many enjoyed the peace and quiet and said it was a restful rural retreat yet within easy driving distance of shops, services, railway stations and dining options in Conwy, Llanrwst and Llandudno. The setting within the wonderful Snowdonia National Park appealed to lovers of the great outdoors. Motorists welcomed the free parking and proximity of the B5106, A470 and A55 North Wales Expressway for hassle-free access to beaches, golf courses, beauty spots and local attractions.

Negative Reviews

Spotty Wi-Fi coverage encountered

Reviewers appreciated the free Wi-Fi access at this property. However, some users claimed they faced frustrations with patchy coverage or slow speeds in certain areas of the accommodation.

Occasional cleanliness and maintenance grumbles

Several critics took issue with cleanliness standards in certain rooms, claiming they encountered build-ups of dust or musty smells. Maintenance issues like aging mattresses and tired-looking items of furniture were also mentioned by some guests.

Room temperature issues

Some visitors mentioned that they faced difficulties adjusting the room temperature to their liking in certain areas of the premises from time to time.

Rating Overview

Rating trivago Rating Index ® based on 174 reviews across the web
8.3 /10
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    8.6 /10
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    8.2 /10
8.3 out of 10 based on 174 reviews