Welcome to the Moel Yr Wyn bed and breakfast. Our inviting rural getaway is located in the heart of Rhiw village, near Abersoch and nestled within the beautiful Welsh countryside of the Llyn Peninsula.
Travelodge offers good quality, good value, modern accommodation. Ideal for families, the spacious en suite bedrooms include remote-control TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and comfortable beds.
The Môr Wyn Guest House is a small, friendly, family run guest house located on the sea front in Barmouth.
Situated in the historic market square of Tremadog, The Golden Fleece Inn is a truly traditional and quite unique family run Welsh Coaching Inn with a modern outlook on service and standards.
Set in an acre of landscaped gardens. Magnificent views of Cader Idris mountain range and neighbouring countryside. Peaceful location, yet only 10 minutes walk into the town.
Plas Tan y Bwlch is the Snowdonia National Park Environmental Studies Centre. The Centre aims to provide courses which are of interest to all lovers of the countryside who would like to know about this fascinating area of Wales.
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.
A handsome Georgian townhouse in the centre of Dolgellau, The Meirionnydd has been providing comfortable rooms and good food for over one and a half centuries.
Magnificent location overlooking the Berwyn Mountain in peaceful & relaxing atmosphere. Walkers & Cyclists welcome. Bicyle hire available
Seventeenth-century coaching inn in the heart of Snowdonia. Award winning restaurant, full of charm and character, beamed ceilings and open fires.
Welcoming and comfortable, our spacious, fully en-suite accommodation (doubles, twin, single) is close to Portmeirion and a short walk from the Ffestiniog Steam Railway and mainline rail stations.
Perfect Bed and breakfast from which to explore all of Snowdonia
Summer Hill is set in a peaceful elevated position near the centre of Betws-y-Coed above the river Llugwy. This Victorian guest house has been extensively refurbished and provides 8 quality en-suite guest rooms all with modern facilities.
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.
Pont-y-Pair Inn is conveniently located near the centre of Betws-y-Coed in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Kathleen and Peter welcome you to our friendly homestay. Quiet village location with outstanding mountain and sea views. Bangor University, Caernarfon Castle, Snowdon and Anglesey within 20 minutes drive. Zip Wire Bethesda 6 minutes drive.
Caernarfon 5 miles, Llanberis 5 miles. Well appointed double / twin bedrooms. Two rooms with panoramic views towards Caernarfon and Angelsey. Choice of breakfast to suit all diets. Good access. Safe parking. Bike shed.
Bed and breakfast with two rooms. Llwyn Derw is a Grade II listed arts and crafts period house which is well preserved with good interior features which include an impressive oak hall and art nouveau details.
Plas Tirion Bed and Breakfast is run by Michelle, with help from her husband Harry.
A warm welcome awaits you at Cefn Uchaf. Translated as 'the highest ridge', Cefn Uchaf is a family run Guesthouse set in beautiful open countryside overlooking Snowdonia's Cwm Pennant Valley.