Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from ireland
Posted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
apart that a busy railway line was out side our bedroom window, which was not on the website ,and the food was ok,, and to far from town centre,,bathroom was fine and a good shower,
for Everyoneby Tori from Lancaster, OH
People are very friendlyPosted Jul 8, 2013
Pros: The staff was very friendly, the room was clean and the food was great.
Cons: There is no lift so bags will need to be carried up the stairs. It does not tell you that in the advertisement.
Location: Several castles are near by and the landscape is beautiful.
The entire staff is so friendly and ready to help with anything you need. The dinner in the resturant was reasonably priced and the portions were huge. Breakfast was the same way. They were increadibly helpful with bags, directions and even a late check out. Wonderful landscapes all around.
for Studentsby A verified traveler
Try somewhere elsePosted Apr 13, 2013
Make shift hotel. Tiny rooms. Far too expensive for this standard
for Personal Eventby RT from Wokingham Berks
Return VisitPosted Apr 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Another great visit to this Hotel. Rooms are clean and comfortable. This B & B has the added attraction of having a restaurant attached which offers good and plentiful menus at reasonable prices. Breakfast is always good quality . A little gem of a B & B
for Everyoneby Lethabite from Scotland
The Pies have it!Posted Mar 1, 2013
Pros: Friendly, clean, warm, comfortable, good food
Cons: Tatty furnishings, bar closed around 10pm on a Saturday
Location: OK for Bangor if you have a car. Some may find the railway a bit close - I didn't mind it at all
The Abbeyfield is friendly, clean, warm (on a cold February weekend), comfortable, and has excellent food. Everything you read about the steak pie is true, but other things are just as good: my son who has a sparrow's appetite had a large plate of braised beef and scoffed the lot because he enjoyed it so much. I cannot understand the few reviewers who made very negative comments about any of these aspects - perhaps they were just unlucky, perhaps very demanding. I would, though, agree with comments about the tatty furniture and things like the cupboard doors, which had the character of a low budget 70s makeover that is now well past its sell-by date. I actually quite like cheap and cheerful as long as, like the Abbeyfield, it is clean, warm, and has a comfy bed: but I don't regard £45 a night B&B as particularly cheap. It would be good to see some of the income ploughed back into updating the furnishings and fittings. However, this is a gripe about hotel costs generally in Britain. I stay most years in various hotels in Germany, and for this sort of money I have stayed in beautifully appointed 3 or 4 star city centre hotels in places like Cologne (in October), and in lesser towns and villages I have stayed in hotels beyond the imagination of Britain for as little as 30 Euros. That said, I enjoyed my stay, and although I hovered between a 3 and 4 rating I went for the latter because of the many good things about the Abbeyfield.
for Business Travelersby Robbie
I love this place!!Posted Feb 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was my second visit and both rooms I stayed in where huge! But if your a picky sort of person it might not be the place for you! The good things are the location; close to the A55, 5 mins drive to Bangor town and set in a lovely location. The internet service is brilliant and complimentory as is the breakfast. The Manager & staff are all helpful and kind and the evening meals are out of this world, I would recommend the meat pie!!The bad things if you are picky are noisy and creaky floor boards, doors that bang and thin walls between rooms! oh, and there is a train line by the side of the hotel but it didnt bother me in the slightest, the odd train that did go by were small comuter trains. Overall though this is a great little place to stay and I look forward to stopping again.
for Business Travelersby Robbie
goodPosted Dec 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
Hotel staff very polite and helpful. My room was huge and although the furnature was a little tired and dated there was everything I needed including internet. Only down side was that the room was cold and the doors around the hotel had a tendency to bang shut. the food in the resteraunt was superb as was the breakfast the following morning.overall, good value for money given the area.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Hotel for FamliesPosted Sep 24, 2012
Pros: The Staff and the food.
Location: Great location, 5 mins to Bangor in a car
Great hotel, we had a two night stay, the staff are very helpful, the food is fantastic.
for Getaway With Friendsby Anne
Good base for North WalesPosted Aug 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
Easy place to find. Good value for money. Trains didn't bother us too much even thought part of our party had a room just yards from the track. Bar food is very good. Biggest steak and ale pie I have ever seen!
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 20, 2012 on Hotels.com