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Small country house, en-suite rooms, outdoor seating area, private gardens, allocated parking, on site grill restaurant, hearty breakfast, lounge bar, real fire, welsh beers,
Rated #1 on Trip Advisor 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015... Booking.com 9.9 from 10... 5* Food Hygiene Rating...
Min-y-Don, Llanfairfechan is a family run Guest House, .Built in 1863, with wonderful views in all directions.
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.
Get away from it all - and stay in ultimate comfort. Our five rooms are designed to tempt you, from super comfy beds right down to those all-important little details.
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.
Henfaes is a lovely detached house, with extensive views across Cardigan Bay.
Bryniau Golau is set on a tranquil hillside in the Snowdonia National Park, overlooking Bala Lake, with beautiful views of the Arenig Mountains and sunsets. It affords the perfect venue for a restful break, or as a base from which to enjoy
Tan y Gader is a beautiful Georgian B&B, formally the towns Maternity Home. It has now been sympathetically renovated to provide a tasteful & quirky new B&B.
We source local produce for our sumptuous breakfasts. Safe & secure cycle storage
Victorian Mansion with a wealth of character, set in 4 acres of woodland and gardens with panoramic views over the vale of Ffestiniog and the Moelwyn Mountain range. Ideally situated for easy access to mountains, sea, castles and railways.
Tan y Foel means 'house under the hillside' and perfectly describes the locality of our award winning Snowdonian hideaway. Unique, quiet, intimate and luxury accommodation and a gourmet sanctuary for the discerning traveller.
Pale Hall is undoubtedly one of the finest buildings in Wales. The stunning interiors include many exquisite features such as the boudoir with its hand-painted ceiling, the magnificent entrance hall and the galleried staircase.
Gold Award 5 Star luxury B&B, just 7 minutes' walk from Betws y Coed. 5 beautiful & individual bedrooms including 2 suites with super king beds and a 4 poster bed. Set in grounds of nearly an acre and views of the mountains.
A beautiful Country House and restaurant, surrounded by idyllic gardens and rolling landscape. Superb cuisine, extensive wine list. Quality furnishings, individually designed bedrooms with quality bathrobes and toiletries.
This carefully restored & extended 18th Century farmhouse lies at the foot of Cader Idris mountain amongst breathtaking scenery. All bedrooms en-suite with superb mountain views.
Both rooms are 2nd floor & south facing, offering stunning views of the Mawddach Estuary & Cader Idris range. Glandwr Mill, an idyllic location, nestled away beside the Mawddach Estuary less than 2 miles from Barmouth
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.
Brigydon is without question one of Aberdovey's finest houses. Our Five Star Grading and GOLD AWARD by Visit Wales is testimony to this. Your Aberdovey Accommodation at Brigydon includes stunning views, beautiful gardens, secure car parking
Dolffanog Fawr offers truly luxurious accommodation in the heart of Snowdonia.
15 bedroomed Inn built around 1750, now fully modernised providing quality accommodation overlooking the Dyfi Estuary. The emphasis is on quality, fresh fish, fine wine and traditional ale. All bedrooms are ensuite.
Luxury 5* Bed and Breakfast at our home in the rural village of Dinas located in stunning coastal countryside with sea-side and mountain views. We are central for Abersoch, Aberdaron and Morfa Nefyn andthe local market town of Pwllheli.