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I booked this for one night , note it is the Cross foxes Trawsfynydd not the one further south . Huge room but damp walls , filthy carpet , a kettle but no cups or tea/milk . Dead flies in the lampshade , dodgy plug...More
Dropped in here with friend and three children, after a scramble up to the Blue Lake. Had tried to get a drink at The George, but having queued for 20 minutes to try and get to the bar, due to exceedingly slow service, we gave...More
After a day of hardcore rain and wind on our cycling trip through Wales, we were looking for a campsite we'd heard about. We went into The Cross Foxes hotel to ask for directions and possibly have something to eat. We ended up falling in...More
On finding the place on the edge of a busy road we thought maybe its not what we thought but as soon as we walked in it was lovely, modern and very welcoming! the rooms were lovely with amazing views and we didnt hear the...More
Great food great atmosphere Would visit again. Very welcoming and the people are so friendly loved it .we had such a good time and food is just great a proper little village pub with proper locals. can't wait to go back.
Mark and Sharon, the new owners of The Cross Foxes Hotel, extend a warm and friendly welcome to visitors to our part of Wales. We are currently refurbishing the hotel and have been advised that a WTB 3 star grade is a probable outcome. Visitors will delight in the location as the views from the hotel are spectacular, situated as we are a few hundred feet above sea level. As well as the fabulous fishing available at Trawsfynydd Lake, we are only about 5 miles away from the Coed-y-Brenin National Mountain Bike and Ski Centre. We could go on about how fantastic it is around here but why don't you come see for yourself.
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"Stayed in two of the six rooms (all named after local mountains I think), and both were fantastic!"