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Tyn Y Cornel
Motorhome Pub Stopover
|Tywyn, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom, LL36 9AQ|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Hotel car park|
Lovely food and friendly staff. Amazing lake views. Car park on lake side for cars or more sheltered top car park tucked away. Dogs allowed in bar area and they serve food here too. Book table early, limited lakeside parking better to park campers in the top car park, owners have a motorhome and would appreciate your patonage and asking permission to stopover.
Free if eat you eat a meal in hotel
Unit types accepted
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What a spectacular site. (Used on windows 7 screensaver )Spoke at length with the owners (VW California snd classic car enthusiasts) who have in 3 years taken this hotel away from the brink of closure to one getting great reviews. They welcome campers in top top car park and plan soon to clear the views of the lake from up there. Minor slopes to deal with, room for 4-5 vehicles. They prefer the roadside park kept clear for the views from the restaurant.View all reviews by gravey
Great food and friendly staff in the restaurant.
The lake is not so deep it warms up quick in good weather.
Another surprise was RAF fighters doing a ‘mac loop’ low level training flights through the valley. Spectacular!
We emailed in advance and asked if it was ok to stay, we also booked a table for the evening. It was a miserable and cold Tuesday evening and the bar/restaurant was busy so we were glad we booked. The food was excellent and the view stunning. We were parked at the side of the hotel and were more than happy that we were allowed to stay.View all reviews by IHOregon
I have to say in response to the previous review that this is a hotel with paying guests. The dining room and bar overlook the lake and lake parking area so if motorhomes/ campers park in that area the view is obscurred and spoilt for everyone. I have to also say we had a chat with the owner and were made to feel very welcome. We will return.
Telephoned to book a table for us both and to ask if it was alright to park the motorhome for the night. Young lady confirmed it would be ok. Turned up there at 4pm and parked by the lake. Went in to the hotel to introduce ourselves, orded some drinks. At 6pm went to the motorhome to get ready for the meal. At 6:15pm we had a knock on the motorhome door from a man who said he was the owner of the carpark (Hotel owner )saying that we were not allowed to park there. The wife explained the situation but he was insistant! Decided that if thats how he run the bussines to take our custom elswhere. The Cross Foxes up the road were more than helpfull. Stear clear of this place!View all reviews by cariadgold
Now the Tyn-Y-Cornel Hotel. They still take MH’s however the deal has changed its £10 per night irrispective of whether you eat at the hotel or not. They will let you use toilets when open. You can book breakfast the night before if reqd. We were advised that we could not park on the lakeside carpark. Not really an issue as there is a carpark tucked away at the back that is flat and sheilded by trees. This adds a little added security, as not easily seen from the road. The B4405 road access was not bad off the A487 down through the Mach Loop, which is at the head of the valley for Aircraft and Photography fans. Path not far for Cadair Idris. Free wifi if you drink in Hotel.View all reviews by phantomphixer
I had a lovely meal here. Restaurant very busy at weekends so book ahead a few days if you can. Great base to walk cader idris from. Theres also a level car park tucked away thats more shelteredView all reviews by bushbabie