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The Bryn Tyrch is a cosy country pub - set in the Snowdonia National Park. The views from the windows are spectacular. We specialise in vegetarian food - but also serve interesting meat and fish dishes using local produce where possible.
Escape to our beautiful Georgian townhouse in the lovely market town of Dolgellau. Bryn Mair is a Grade II listed ‘gentlemans residence, standing at the foot of Cadair Idris, in an acre of beautiful secluded walled gardens.
Henfaes is a lovely detached house, with extensive views across Cardigan Bay.
You want to explore our high mountains, swim in crystal rivers, laze on our sandy beaches or dive into our ancient past...at The Ferns there's a modern welsh welcome and local knowledge to make your stay in Snowdonia unforgettable.
This elegant Georgian country house stands in its own extensive grounds in a sunny elevated position on the east side of the Conwy Valley, overlooking the Conwy river and with spectacular views of Snowdonia.
Ty Croes Mawr, is a farm house on the western facing slope of Rhiw, with stunning views of Porth Ysgo Bay and Bardsey Island.
The Park Hill is located in a fine Victorian building, traditionally built of local stone and slate in the 1860's. The hotel's nine double/twin rooms are equipped with all modern facilities, recently refurbished and are all en-suite.
Maes-y-Garth is a beautiful Alpine syle bed breakfast set on the lower slope of Lon Muriau giving guests a panoramic view of the Conwy and Llugwy Valley and the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia.
Within town walls. View of Caernarfon Castle. Overlooks Menai Strait and Anglesey. Ideal centre for Snowdonia region.
Situated in heart of Snowdonia National Park.
Situated at the foot of Cader Idris in Southern Snowdonia, we offer sumptuous accommodation from which to explore North Wales or enjoy time with family or friends.
Serviced accommodation in Gwynedd.
This very pleasant, privately owned public house stands in grounds close to Dyffryn Ardudwy station, between Barmouth and Harlech. The beach is a short walk away.
Originally built in 1899 for the local slate miners, this beautiful chapel has been tastefully and sympathetically converted into a guest house by the new owners, Glenys & Doug Lloyd, to provide high quality Bed & Breakfast.
Ivy House is centrally located in the ancient village of Dolgellau. There are six guest bedrooms, four of which have en-suite facilities. All the bedrooms have colour television, hair dryers and beverage facilities.
Beautiful Victorian House situated on the Menai Straits, only a few minutes walk from Caernarfon town centre. A warm welcome awaits guests. 10 en-suite letting rooms. We have a private car park and secure cycle storage.
Aber Cottage is a 250 year old listed building situated in the picturesque market town of Dolgellau, in the heart of Wales' beautiful Snowdonia National Park. The guest house offers quality en-suite accommodation with private parking.
Located half a mile from the picturesque harbour village of Aberdovey, with panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. Relax in comfort and enjoy fine food complimented by friendly service. Lift & indoor swimming pool. Families of all ages welcome.
Marchlyn is a working farm situated on the A493 Aberdyfi Road, two miles from historic market town of Machynlleth. The farm, benfits from all ensuite accommodation, which comprises of 1 single, 2 double and 2 family rooms.
Premier Inn is the UK's biggest hotel chain. We guarantee clean, comfortable rooms and a friendly and efficient service - everything you need for a good night's sleep.