The Old Workhouse Accommodation

About This Room

This room is named after John Meyrick, a workhouse resident with royal connections, who was distantly related to Edmund Meyrick, who founded Bala Grammar School.

The Meyrick's ruled Anglesey for centuries and are descendants of the Princes of Wales and of King Edward 1.

Sir George Meyrick and his wife Lady Tapps Gervis Meyrick were guests at the wedding of Prince William and Kate, and the royal couple stayed  on the Meyrick estate when William was stationed at RAF Valley on Anglesey.

John was rather more humble - a horse breaker who went blind and was admitted to the workhouse when he couldn't earn a living.

Our B&B room can't claim a  royal connection, but we think is fit for a king - or queen.

The fully en-suite room features the original floorboards, a vaulted ceiling with exposed A-frame timbers and cast-iron windows, but has been fully modernised and brought up to date - perfect for a relaxing stay at our friendly B&B.

Key Features

The room features:

  • King size bed
  • Central heating with thermostatic control
  • Large walk-in shower
  • Flat screen television
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
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