Ramada Resort Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel & Spa3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed at the hotel on a Sunday night. All staff were very friendly and we were upgrade to a room with 2 double beds. The rooms are getting a little warn down but I've stayed in much worse. We used the swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna which were all very good and enjoyable to use. My friend found the chlorine level a little high but I was fine with it. These facilities were clean and tidy. There is a good size gym for a hotel too but we didn't use it. We had dinner in the bar and was served by a very friendly guy named Jack. The food was very good, hot and we'll presented for a bar meal. Also, wasn't too expensive especially for a hotel. The complementary breakfast was ok not great. The cooked food was a bit soggy and there was a limited amount of cold foods. We enjoyed our stay here and would definitely stay again.
We arrived on the day before the wedding to this lovely venue . I stayed in the Catherine Parr suite which is lovely - huge bed , three piece suite , large TV , coffee and tea making facilities , separate vintage bathroom . The room could do with a bit of a freshen up is my only criticism. We had Afternoon tea - an assortment of sandwiches, cake , macaroons, scones with cream , Welsh cakes and pot of tea . We couldn't eat it all ! The bride and bridesmaids stayed in the Seymour Room which was more modern , large bed and sofa bed , TV etc , ensuite bathroom. We had breakfast in our room on the wedding day which was lovely , cereals, juice , cooked breakfast , toast , juice and tea . The Crystal room was where the ceremony and reception was held , it looked stunning . Covered seats , fairy lights . While the room was being prepared for the reception we moved outside for canapés . The wedding breakfast was one of the best I have had . Soup to start , then lamb cutlets with veg, trio of puddings then followed a lovely cheese board . The room was then moved around for the evening . Very pretty lit dance floor . Hog roast and salads for supper then later on bacon rolls ! We also used the Spa . Pool, steam room , sauna and jacuzzi. The staff are very helpful and nothing is too much trouble. I would recommend Cwrt Bleddyn for any special occasion or even to just spoil yourself .
My daughters planned a surprise for me an afternoon tea at Ramada resort but unfortunately it did not live up to expectations. When arrived we had to squeeze our way through a wedding party and when we sat down the waitress arrived with two triple tired plates of food which consisted of very small sandwiches that were dry as was the filling as well a plate of very small cakes and a scone with jam and cream plus a Welsh cake sounds a lot but it wasn't and there was a lack of atmosphere in the room . Also there was a long walk to the ladies room which needed decorating.the floor in reception was very sticky .At a cost of £14.95 per head I expected it to be a bit more special . I don't think we will be going back .
We stayed 2 nights recently for a family wedding, and thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the whole wedding weekend. The rooms are very spacious and good value, we had a private dining room for a family meal on the Friday evening, where the food and service was excellent, and the whole wedding day run like clockwork where the staff were brilliant, the food lovely and the function room was done beautifully. The hotel has a really pretty courtyard with a fountain and plenty of patio tables and chairs which was perfect to enjoy the sunshine during the breaks in the wedding. Also lovely gardens for wedding photos!
Judging from the huge amount of bad reviews this hotel has gained, I am not the only person who is very disappointed, nay appalled with the standards found at the Ramada Resort Cwrt Bleddyn. We stayed in the annex at the rear of the hotel which is depressing beyond belief. No artwork on the walls, no character, no consideration, just a skip outside the main door on the rear carpark - a lovely sight to welcome guests. The annex is intended, I have since learned and as the manager will try and explain below, as a 'budget' option. Ok Simon Daniel, fair enough. I have stayed at a few lower-priced hotels which could be described as budget. However, your definition of budget does not tally with mine, or many other peoples in regards to the hotel industry. Budget does not mean; Cobwebs in every corner and around light fittings Sticky carpets Missing batteries from TV remote controls Un-level beds that cut-off your circulation Rusty bathroom fittings Moth-eaten lampshades A window sill that you can actually pull off the wall (health and safety?!) Some of the above has been previously mentioned in bad reviews already on this site but the manager seems to ignore all comments such as sticky tables at breakfast and instead passive-agressively implies that the guests should either; not expect a decent room as you have paid a budget price or that we should have told someone on reception about all the things wrong in the room - what would the poor woman have done? Nipped to the local village to get some new lampshades, a new bed, window sill, carpet cleaner, bathroom fitting de-ruster and some batteries for the remote? Ok she might have managed the last one. At £85 per night for a standard double room I wouldn't expect the earth. I would though, expect a clean, presentable room and a breakfast that doesn't involve peeling your elbows of the table each time you lean on it. This place needs a visit from the Hotel Inspector sharpish, Alex Polizzi would have a field day here. I recommend Simon, that you close the Annex, give it a lick of paint, put some nice new pictures on the walls, clean the carpets, remove half the unnecessary 'antique' pine furniture cluttering the rooms, swap some old fixtures and fittings, replace old lampshades and beds and then re-open the annex without further need too have to respond to disappointed hotel guests who waste ten minutes writing poor reviews on Trip Advisor because you almost spoiled what was actually a beautiful weekend away.
We held our daughters recent wedding at the Cwrt Bleddyn which included the ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception. We were not disappointed with any aspect and everything ran like clockwork from the moment we arrived which is a credit to the management and staff. The service and food during the wedding breakfast was of a high standard. The grounds and landscaping is kept in pristine condition and formed the perfect backdrop for our photo's. The feedback we received form our guests regarding the venue, food, staff and rooms was all positive. Overall we were so happy we chose the Cwrt Bleddyn and we will be back for future visits.
We paid around £80 for a one nights stay at this hotel which included breakfast and use of the spa facilities. Our room was in the separate building behind the spa, where you could drive through the main car park and park right outside the building. Our double room wasnt the largest but was spacious enough for two people. The room could have done with a bit of touching up in all fairness. Simple things like the shampoo holders in the bathroom covered in rust and in desperate need of being replaced would make a huge difference to the room. The walls are quite thin too, so you can clearly hear whats going on in the rooms either side and above you. You do have free access to the spa facilities included in the room price, this includes the swimming pool, gym and sauna. We have an evening meal in the restaurant which was really good. Cost us around £80 for two starters, two mains and a bottle of wine and we both enjoyed our food. We also made use of the buffet breakfast in the morning which was very good also. A good selection of hot and cold food. All in all the hotel is very good and we would stay here again. It could just so with a bit of freshening up with the replace of certain furniture in the rooms.
Very disappointing food not up to standard or should I say Not good value for money, sandwiches minimal fillings and cake still frozen. service poor Had to wait over 30 mins to be served despite ring to say we where on our way, receptionist needs training !
staff could not do enough for you and food excellent. what let it down was tired look of property i.e. wall paper peeling off walls, window not shutting properly and stains on carpet (room 35). in need of paint job.
We booked Cwrt Bleddyn for a chilled stay we certainly had this the staff were superb and catered for our every requirement - excellent
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