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|"Everything was fabulous xx Dog friendly!"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Staff really friendly and helpful."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"Lovely designed, clean and spacious family room"||(in 39 reviews)|
|"The bed was a bit hard but that's personal preference."||(in 3 reviews)|
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Lighting in bedrooms very poor - impossible to read comfortably
Unusual hotel in good location. Willing and pleasant staff. Good menu and food
Staff sometimes disorganised, Shower pressure and temperature variable
The hotel is firendly and nicely positioned in a pitoresque natural environment - we had a room in the lodge which is an old station house facing the estuary. The rooms are nicely decorated and equiped with flat screen TV, comfortable bed, tasteful decoration. The food in the restaurant (in the main building) was extremely tasty and we had a good choice. Also the breakfast was excellent (including smoked kippers :-)) and the staff was really friendly and helpful - helping out to warm our baby food for instance or giving us directions to travel around. It's a good base to go around the area to visit Portmeirion, Barmouth or Harlech.
We've arrived quite late in cold wintery evening and the room prepared for us was freezing cold - the heating wasn't put on before we came which was extremely unfortunate as we travelled with our small baby. The staff did kindly offered us to stay by the fire in the main building until the room gets warmer but as kids where already tired it wasn't a good option. As the first night is anyway charged in case of no show I don't understand why the room wasn't heated properly in advance particularly because it took almost a day to get it to a right temperature. The bathroom was a bit oldish vs. the rest of the room and only featured a shower which took lots of time to give warm water however the overall hotel experience was definitely good.
The location was fantastic. What a view! The bar/restaurant was warm and inviting, and the food just great. We arrived on a wet and windy day and the warmth and friendliness of the bar/ restaurant was just what we were looking for
Lovely venue, amazing menu choices and high standard of cooking.
Must get very busy in the summer but wonderful in November for some r&r
George III Hotel provides 3-star accommodation in Dolgellau. It is an excellent base for those wishing to get back to nature, with Snowdonia National Park just steps away.
There are a variety of amenities available to guests of the hotel, including a tour desk and a ticket service.
George III Hotel has 12 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
The hotel has an on-site restaurant, ideal for those wishing to eat in. Each evening, guests are able to wind down in the comfortable lounge bar.
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