My husband and I had never been to Wales before. I did a lot of research and found Alastair Sawday's book very useful. This Bed and Breakfast lived up to its book review.
It is in a pefect location for exploring Snowdonia. There is so much to do around the area, and we ran out of time! But you must make time for a trip up Snowdonia itself (train up, walk down is about as much as we could muster!!) and we took a drive to the quirky Italian village of Portmerion. You have to also sample the fantastic steaks at the Plas-Yn-Dre in Bala, and visit Betws y Coed for a bit of shopping (also lovely restaurant here called The Royal Oak Grill Bisto Betws y Coed - we almost didnt go in here and nealy missed out on the amazing carvery!).
I need to mention Lou, who runs the B&B, she is a fantastic host. Her breakfasts are superb, fresh farm delivered eggs and meats, a range of cereals, jams and preserves. The bedrooms are so pretty, clean and comfortable. Every day we had a fresh tray by our bedside with tea, coffee, herbal teas and shortbreads. The living room is cozy, with magazines and books and a fireplace. Lou is full of local knowledge and readily available for questions should you need to ask. There are plenty of guide books and maps so dont worry if you come unprepared. We had a fantastic time - thank you!