| A lovely light and airy apartment furnished to a very high standard. The main living area so arranged that the seating is directly in front of the floor to ceiling bay window with delightful views across the estuary.. The owners (Fiona & Gavin ) are extremely friendly and helpful - their excellent Tearooms are right on hand too if you don't feel like cooking - we highly recommend the special Pizza evenings ! Very much looking forward to our annual visit in 2013. |
Best Wishes Pat & Geoff. Stoke on Trent.
| If I were asked about our stay I would say, The very first time I walked through the door of the flat I was speechless. The beautiful view just took my breath away, and does so even now as we return again and again to the Sea View Tea Rooms. We are always made to feel we can make the place our own and we do just that. Nothing is ever too much trouble if you need to ask for anything. It is comfortable, cosy and clean and always receive a warm welcome and goodbye from Fiona, Gavin and Henry.|
A very special place to be
Janet & Craig Rayner
| We have no hesitation in recomending the flat above the tea rooms 100%. |
The flat is always spotless and has a touch of luxury.
The views from the large bay window of the harbour/ estuary and the hills beyond are sperb.
The proprietors are so friendly and helpful as are the staff of the tea rooms below
Sylvia and Richard from Nottingham. October 2012
| The apartment is beautifully presented and offers everything needed for a restful holiday. We loved its panoramic outlook over the pretty bay and shoreline, walks along the coastal paths and watching the rise and fall of the tides from the lounge. Porthmadog is a short walk away and Criccieth, one of our favourite places to visit, just a few minutes drive. You can be sure of a warm welcome here and a memorable holiday. |
Ted and Maureen. Ormskirk.
| Just a note to say ho much we enjoyed our stay in the lovely flat. It was comfortable, warm and v.ery welcoming. Home from home with a lovely view. It was great and we hope very much to come again next year.'|
Audrey and Terry Collier. Northampton.