The Hall dates from 1889 and has a fascinating history. In it's time, having been a mansion for the gentry, home to a princess and a Hall of Residence for a girls boarding school.

Penycoed hall is just a few minutes walk from Dolgellau which is an attractive market town with a good selection of shops, banks, restaurants and pubs. The Snowdonia National Park Information Centre is also located here.

Within easy reach are many castles, ancient churches, abbey ruins and other historic sites. Locally there are bird watching and wildlife centres, fishing, pony trekking, watersports, bowls and golf. Many narrow gauge steam railways have their homes in this part of Wales and can be enjoyed by all ages as can the clean sandy beaches just 9 miles away. The sea is much warmer here than in other parts of Britain and dolphins and seals can be seen just off the coast during the summer.


Rating: 4 out of 5


  • Walker Award
  • Cyclist Award


  • 4 rooms
  • Sleeping up to 0 people
  • Price: £35.00 - £35.00


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