This Georgian townhouse is situated in the market town of Dolgellau, in the Snowdonia National Park. Formerly a rectory, it boasts free Wi-Fi and free parking, in an acre of secluded grounds at the foot of the rocky Cadair Idris mountain. Surrounded by stunning scenery in Snowdonia National Park, Bryn Mair House is within 10 miles of sandy beaches. Numerous low-level walks go from the front door, and cyclists and climbers will find plenty of picturesque routes slightly further afield. Rooms are elegant in design, with traditional wooden furnishings. Each room at Bryn Mair House also benefits from a flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, and tea and coffee making facilities. The guest lounge has magnificent views over the town and the mountains beyond.
Located in Snowdonia National Park, this bed & breakfast is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Cymer Abbey and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Torrent Walk. Cregennan Lakes and Go Ape at Coed y Brenin are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Ty Derw is a beautiful Victorian country house nestled in the Dyfi Valley, in Snowdonia National Park. Ty Derw offers Welsh home-cooked food and stylishly designed rooms. The individually decorated bedrooms offers white cotton bedding, quality toiletries, hairdryers, flat-screen TV with DVD players, and quality wooden furniture. Many of the rooms have outstanding country views of the Dyfi Valley. The breakfast menu uses produce from local farmers. A dinner menu is available and often features Welsh lamb and homemade desserts. The Ty Derw Country House has a guest lounge and bar with a fine selection of ales and wines available. The spacious lounge has a TV, DVD player and sofas for guests to relax in. There are many countryside walks surrounding the guesthouse. Free parking is available at the property. Ty Derw offers handling and photographic sessions with the resident birds of prey.
Borthwnog Hall is a grade II listed building nestled within the scenic Snowdonia National Park. Dating back from the 17th century, the hall is situated on the Mawddach estuary and boasts views over the water towards the Cambrian mountains and Cardigan Bay. Free Wi-Fi is featured in each room at Borthwnog, as well as a TV with Freeview and a DVD player. Tea/coffee making facilities are also provided. In the mornings, guests can enjoy cooked breakfast with locally made chicken and herb sausages. Dishes are prepared without pork products. Many Regency-period features can be seen within the property, such as reeded doorcases, high ceilings and traditional furniture. A large reef aquarium is situated in the dining room and houses surgeon fish, yellow tangs, clownfish and many other species. Many outdoor activities can be enjoyed within Snowdonia National Park, such as canyoning, caving and watersports. The seaside town of Barmouth is just over 10 minutes’ drive from the property and features a large sandy beach and sheltered harbour. Many scenic walks can be taken along the Mawddach estuary.
A former woollen mill, this charming 209-year-old property is located in the market town of Dolgellau, Gwynedd within the Snowdonia National Park. Ty Seren offers three en suite rooms, a full Welsh breakfast and free bicycle storage and washing facilities. This family-run B&B is filled with original features, including an inglenook fireplace, oak beams and a unique winding stone staircase at the rear. Individually decorated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast at Ty Seren is freshly cooked to order and features locally sourced ingredients. Vegetarian options are available and all breakfasts are served with cereals, fruit, juices, yoghurt, tea and coffee. The property is 1 minutes’ walk from the nearest pub and 2 minutes by foot from Ty Siamas, the new National Folk Music Centre of Wales. Fishing, bird watching and walking are all available nearby and the Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre is only 8 miles away.
Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of Fox's Path on Cadair Idris, With views of its own 12-acre lake, Gwernan Hotel offers easy access to outdoor activities such as fishing, walking/climbing, and cycling. Guests also benefit from free parking and free Wi-Fi. Each room at Gwernan Hotel feature a flat-screen TV, homemade biscuits, and speciality teas and coffees. One of the rooms comes with a private external bathroom which is located just opposite the bedroom. A hearty breakfast is provided every day and it is freshly cooked to order. Locally sourced ingredients are used where possible. The restaurant is open for residents only, and serves dinner by prior arrangement 6 nights week. Please note that dinner reservation is essential.
Offering luxurious, individually furnished rooms with views of idyllic Snowdonia, Cross Foxes is a newly refurbished, Grade II heritage-listed building. It features a stylish bar and grill with open kitchen. With modern features such as iPod docks, flat-screen TVs and king-size beds, Cross Foxes' stylish, luxury rooms also include features like exposed stonework, wooden beams, and wicker furnishings. Modern private bathrooms provide luxury toiletries and large rain showers. The grill at Cross Foxes serves fresh, locally sourced cuisine, prepared in the open kitchen. The modern bar offers an extensive range of wines along with regional bottled beers and ales. Guests can enjoy an excellent choice of specialist tea and fresh coffees at The Cross Foxes Cafe, as well as a selection of cake and sandwiches. Near the foot of Cadair Idris Mountain, guests at Cross Foxes can take advantage of fantastic mountain walks or biking trails through the scenery of Snowdonia National Park. Dolgellau is just a 10 minute drive away.
Nestled in 2 acres of woodland Coed Cae overlooks the Mawddach Estuary on the Southside of Snowdonia National Park. The property offers free parking and free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas. Each room at Coed Cae has tea/coffee making facilities. Most rooms have an en suite bathroom and one of the rooms comes with the use of external, private bathroom facilities. Made of locally sourced ingredients, breakfast is served daily and the menu includes bacon, eggs, homemade Glamorgan vegetarian sausages, and cereals. By prior arrangement, evening meals can also be catered for. Guests on a day out can order packed lunches with a flask of hot beverage. Guests can enjoy easy access to outdoor activities, such as cycling, golf, and hill walking. The coastal town of Barmouth is 6 miles from the property.
Located in Snowdonia National Park, this luxury bed & breakfast is 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Torrent Walk and within 12 mi (20 km) of Cymer Abbey and Cregennan Lakes. Corris Craft Centre and King Arthur's Labyrinth are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Dolgellau is situated in the Snowdonia National Park, nestling at the foot of Cader Idris in the valley of the River Wnion. It is an excellent base for touring North and Mid-Wales, climbing, mountain hiking, road cycling ( national cycle route 8), walking, fishing, bird watching and for visiting the great little trains of Wales The scenery is wonderful, with the sandy beaches of Fairboume and Bannouthjust 8 and 9 miles away. Ivy House dates back to 1829 and is situated close to the centre of this ancient small town and its amenities. There are six guest bedrooms, four of which have en-suite facilities, all of them have a beverage tray, hair dryer and colour television.
A warm welcome awaits you at this family-run hotel, which has plenty of charm and character, and is ideally located on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy in Snowdonia. Nestled within the beautiful Dyfi Valley, with the Dyfi (Dovey) River located behind it, the hotel offers a picturesque countryside location. Situated on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy, Gwynedd, the hotel is easily accessible from route A470 and is located between Dolgellau and Machynlleth. A selection of beers is available in the hotel’s bar and bistro, and when the weather is nice you can enjoy a drink in the beer garden, where you can take in the spectacular scenery. For the hungry traveler the hotel serves a wide choice of traditional food from their menu, along with wine from the carefully selected list.
The team offer you a warm welcome to The Royal Ship Hotel, Dolgellau. The Royal Ship Hotel is an early 19th century Coaching Inn, in the heart of the old Market Town of Dolgellau. We are ideally situated to explore the beauty of North and Mid Wales. Located in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park. The Hotel is surrounded by mountains, rivers and fishing lakes and is only a few minutes drive from the coast of the Irish Sea. It is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday or short break. The Hotel offers 23 bedrooms. There are 17 en suite rooms and the remaining 6 rooms have private allocated bathrooms. You can choose between Single, Double, Twin or Triple rooms. Some of our rooms have an attractive view over the Town Square and the Cader Idris Mountain Range. All rooms are well equipped with tea & coffee facilities, TV and local tourist information. We can cater for large groups and families. NOTE: Pets welcome at an extra charge of £5 per night but you MUST inform us at the time of booking as only some of our rooms are suitable for pets. Please do not bring your four legged pal without contacting the hotel first. Surrounded by Mountains, Rivers, Lakes and the Seaside, you are spoiled for choice with the activities this stunning landscape has to offer. Walking, Biking, Lake & River Fishing, Wild Water Rafting, Canoeing, Hill Climbing, High Adventure Parks, Trekking, Golfing, Bird Watching, atmospheric native Welsh Castles and the magnificent Edwardian World Heritage Castles. So whatever your interest or passion for the outside world involves, The Royal Ship is the place for you. This historic Coaching Inn has 23 individually furnished bedrooms, a comfortable coffee lounge, bar and a restaurant.
When visiting Dolgellau, Penmaenuchaf Hall Hotel is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars and room service.
Set in the town of Llanidloes, less than a 5-minute walk from St Idloes Church In Wales, Trewythen Hotel offers spacious bedrooms, full Welsh breakfasts and free Wi-Fi throughout. The bedrooms all have an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, shampoo, shower gel, soap, shower cap and body lotion. Most have original features such as beams and fireplaces. In the morning, Trewythen serves a breakfast cooked using produce from local suppliers. Guests can also enjoy cereals, juice, fresh fruit and tea/coffee. Packed lunches are available on request. Evening meals can be provided at the property's sister hotel, Unicorn Hotel, which is located a minutes' walk away. Llanidloes is surrounded by countryside and there are some walking and cycling routes around the property. A secure area for cycles is available.
When visiting Dolgellau, George III Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day.
Enjoy your visit to Machynlleth with a stay at Dolbrodmaeth Riverside Hotel. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Riverside restaurent, which is open for breakfast and dinner and offers garden views. A snack bar/deli and a garden are other highlights, and all rooms offer DVD players and free WiFi.