Need To Know
Six, including two suites.
11am, though this is flexible subject to availability. Arrivals must be between 4pm and 9pm (there's a £30 charge for guests arriving between 9pm and 11pm, which must be prearranged).
Double rooms from $164.23 (£125), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Rates include breakfast.
If it’s wet outside – and, remember, this is North Wales so there’s a good chance it will be – there’s a selection of card and board games to borrow in the guest lounge. Two-night minimum stay at weekends (three on public holiday weekends).
At the hotel
CD/DVD library, free WiFi, outdoor hot tub, butler’s pantry, laundry service, honesty bar, bike storage, drying room. In rooms: flatscreen TVs, iPod dock, CD/DVD player, PlayStations, free bottled water, White Company toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
We love the ultra-romantic Sydney room, which comes with a beautiful slipper bath and a king-size bed that’s dominated by a gothic headboard. However, you’re bound to be happy with whichever room you choose – all are sumptuously decorated and equipped with all the modern touches you’d expect. Beds come with cosy Welsh blankets, and there’s even a pillow menu provided, so you can ensure a well-rested head.
No pool, but there's a small outdoor hot tub just outside. Reserve a session when you check in, and order some champagne and strawberries to enjoy in the steam.
Don’t forget your swimwear. It might not sound like the most obvious thing to bring to North Wales, but you’ll be kicking yourself if you have to stay out of the outdoor hot tub because of a lack of Lycra.
Ffynnon’s menu of in-room spa treatments spans facials, manicures, pedicures, massages and aromatherapy sessions.
Cribs and a baby pack with a high chair, steriliser and monitor are provided for £25 a night for under-twos. Extra beds for under-16s can be put into rooms for £25 a night, and a free baby-listening service is also available.