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Serviced accommodation in Gwynedd.
Situated in heart of Snowdonia National Park.
The Old Farmhouse sits 350 feet above sea level within peaceful countryside and looks out over Cardigan Bay to the Llyn Peninsular in 1½ acres of garden and originally dates from around 1600.
Picked by The Independent Magazine as one of Britain's 50 Best B&B, The Slate Shed B & B at Graig Wen in Snowdonia National Park has stunning views of the Mawddach Estuary and features an off beat mix of modern and vintage furnishings.
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.
Fron Haul offers central, seafront bed & breakfast in the picturesque village of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi), with views over the beautiful Dovey estuary and mountains beyond.
Croeso i Eryri! Welcome to Snowdonia! The Gwynedd hotel is situated at the foot of Snowdon, in the village of Llanberis, within a few hundred yards of the Snowdonia National Park.
Guests staying in the Dormy Bungalow enjoy discounted rates on their green fees, especially for a multiple nights' stay. 4 twin en-suite rooms.
Snowdonia - Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Betws-y-Coed
in a peaceful riverside location in North Wales
Cartref is a stylish and comfortable guest House in the picturesque sea side village of Aberdovey. Our aim is to provide 4* comforts on a small scale for the visitor who wants restful, contemporary interiors while still enjoying the charm
Guest accommodation in Harlech
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,
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty within Snowdonia National Park, the Swallow Falls complex is adjacent to Wales' most beautiful waterfall the magnificent Swallow Falls. Ideal for walkers, climbers and exploring Snowdonia.
The ancestral home of the Armstrong-Jones family where Lord Snowdon and HRH Princess Margaret once lived, this historic country house is set in 15 acres with beautiful scenery. Nine individually designed rooms provide luxury accommodation.
Spectacular scenic location with views across Talyllyn lake to Cader Idris. Brown trout fishery with access to salmon and seatrout. Shooting parties welcome. Golf at Aberdyfi. 20 mins from Coed-y-Brenin mountain biking centre.
With it’s location in the picturesque village of Betws y Coed, known as the ‘Gateway’ to Snowdonia, Oakfield House is an ideal base for the many attractions and activities available in the area.
A charming Victorian property set on a wooded hillside overlooking Waterloo Bridge & the beautiful Conwy Valley. This comfortable B&B nestles at the edge of the popular village of Betws-y-Coed. All amenities within easy strolling distance.
Ty Newydd B&B is a 19th Century detached house in the village of Tremadog, (birthplace of Laurence of Arabia). We only have three letting rooms so on staying at Ty Newydd you become part of the family.
Old Vicarage 5* Guest House, Penrhyndeudraeth (near Portmeirion), Snowdonia - a unique Welsh accommodation.
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.