Seiont Manor Hotel - Llanrug53.15039, -4.20243
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in United Kingdom
The 3-star Seiont Manor Hotel places guests abount 5 km from Anglesey Sea Zoo Sw Mor Mon. Behind the Georgian facade of Seiont Manor Hotel lies modern interior.
Guests can easily get to Segontium Roman Fort, which is approximately 3.9 km away. Seiont Manor Hotel is connected with other parts of Caernarfon due to a bus stop located nearby.
Seiont Manor Hotel offers a stunning view to its guests.
There are 28 cozy rooms fitted with individual climate control, satellite TV, pay TV, a laptop safe and ironing facilities. Some rooms have the garden view. The rooms feature traditional décor and en suite bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Serving both food and drinks, Llwyn Y Brain Restaurant are situated around 750 meters from the property.
The grand property features a meeting room and a photocopier.
An indoor swimming pool, a tennis court and a golf course are available at the hotel. The hotel offers a gym and a fitness centre as well as hiking and fishing for guests to keep fit.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2012. Number of rooms: 28.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Indoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Bell staff/Porter
- Paid breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Business services
- Board games
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Garden view
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Paid films
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
1 Double bed
The staff were helpful and friendly. We had gone to climb Snowdon and the hotel is ideally located within a short distance from Llanberris & the weather was fantastic during our stay.
We booked a double room, which is what we got. The room was very spacious however we were disappointed that the 'double' bed was in fact two separate mattresses pushed together. There was a prominent ridge down the centre of the bed. One mattress was comfortable, the other was lumpy. This was mentioned to the staff however nothing was done about it.
Staff were excellent, especially Helen . Food was lovely. Excellent location and facilities . Located far enough from towns to be idyllic but close enough to attractions
The location is excellent, the staff very friendly
The restaraunt didn't live up to expectations. Staff were enthusiastic but not coordinated, the food was overall good/ average but in a couple of cases poor and the wine very expensive.
Staff were wonderful nothing was too much trouble. Hotel was spotless room was large and beautifully decorated. Have nothing negative at all to say about this hotel.
Lovely manor hotel, right outside Caernarfon so it's perfect for exploring Snowdonia. Our room was very large and with beautiful views to the garden. Didn't have time to use the swimming pool but it looked very inviting. Breakfast was excellent with a large choice of hot meals which were prepared on request.
Centrality for Snowdonia. Friendliness of staff.
Lack of visual impact of the buildings - difficult to justify name Seiont 'Manor'!
Very friendly and helpful staff made the stay very enjoyable. Excellent room in a great setting.
Very relaxing place to be in. Staff lovely.
The cost of the meals and wine
The bedrooms were spacious and comfortable if a little gloomy. Food very high quality. Relaxing ambiance.
bathroom tiles were suffering from mould and mildew. Better lighting needed above at least one mirror as impossible to put make up on.
Good friendly staff throughout the stay.
We liked that it was small and friendly and the location was great for what we wanted.The pool was good and well organised facilities.
The extra bed for our son was not suitable; just a roll under bed, we were expecting a divan bed. Also we should have been told to book evening meal as we had to wait 11/2 for a meal which was not acceptable due to medical needs of my son.
Lovely quiet location. Rooms are smart, traditional and large. Restaurant and bars well appointed. Staff were very friendly. They had quite a few foreign workers, obviously there to gain experience who were hard working, attentive and charming. The food on our first night and last night was very good. We had paid a base price of £600 for 3 nights dinner bed and breakfast and our expectations were pretty high, so we wouldn't give them top marks as we did have one or two disappointments.
The table d'hote on Friday night was almost exactly the same as the night before, even down to the amuse- bouche and the sorbet. These extras are very nice to have but not if you feel like they're left overs! Also, it's been a long time since I have seen such a high mark up on wine in the restaurant and drinks in the bar. The cheapest bottle was about £26 for a screw top bottle of Chilean sauvignon but most were over £30 and not very exciting. We paid £14 for a G&T and a glass of white in the bar.
Great staff, lovely location and fantastic food to die for! Personnel are fabulous particularly Helen at Breakfast. Facilities are well kept and a typical English Manor
The upbeat, helpful approach of all the staff. A good standard of room and service of that room. Good food, well served. The location, in the sense that it is only a short drive to stunning scenery and the local castle town. A fair price for overnight and various 'packages', which (sensibly) takes in to account that it is far from a city or sophisticated setting.
The very high price of average wine. A French rose, for example, was priced at a staggering £14 for a large glass. That is more than the Savoy, London. The house champagne, at £51 bottle, is ordinary beyond belief: sharp taste in the back of the throat, from the very first sip. A decent 'house' wine, well sourced and at a fair price, should be served in a hotel of this quality. Separate to this - and nothing to do with the hotel at all - we were surprised and very disappointed that car parking or observation spaces were not provided anywhere near Snowdonia. Walls and fences everywhere and the only (small) space we found, along the A4085 was a minimum £4. The whole area seems obsessed with keeping tourists out. If there was a superb public transport system, fair enough. But there's not.
Greeted by staff on arrival with a friendly smile, accomodation (junior suite) very good value and very comfortable. General facilities good with a decent sized pool. All staff very friendly, particulary 'chatterbox' Helen at breakfast, she'll keep you talking for hours. Location of hotel great for surrounding area.
Felt restaurant menu was disappointing and not noramlly available for viewing until late in the afternoon which affected decision making for the day. But Bar food was very good, Having commented on food, staff were able to give alternative locations for evening meals.