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  • Hotel The Royal Ship Dolgellau

    The Royal Ship Hotel is a 3-star, 19th century coaching inn; in the heart of the town of Dolgellau and the Snowdonia National Park. Most rooms at The Royal Ship are en-suite. Others include wash basin with access to private bathroom facilities. They are traditional in design and include free W-Fi, television and tea and coffee facilities. Secure free parking is provided and there are storage and jet wash facilities for mountain bikes. Room service is available. The hotel is pet friendly. A traditional, cooked, Welsh breakfast is included in the tariff. Subsequent dining is in two dining rooms. There is a beer garden and a facility for social events. This classically designed pub is known for its choices of cask ales. Easily accessed from the M6 motorway, the hotel is surrounded by Snowdonia’s mountains, rivers and lakes. The Irish Sea coast is just a few miles away. more

  • Hotel Ty Seren Dolgellau

    The Ty Seren Hotel, located in a former woolen mill, can be found in Dolgellau, an area of Snowdonia National Park. All rooms feature private bathrooms, tea and coffee making equipment, TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Larger rooms for families are available. The bed and breakfast offers guests bike storage, laundry services, and use of a picnic table. In the mornings guests can enjoy a full Welsh breakfast next to the fireplace in the dining room. The bed and breakfast offers local ingredients as well as vegetarian options. Yogurt, cereal, and fruit are available with breakfast. In one or two minutes guests at Ty Seren can walk to a local pub or visit Ty Siamas and enjoy some folk music. For more adventurous types fishing and bird watching are available in the park as well as mountain biking at the Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre. more

  • Hotel Ivy House Dolgellau

    Situated in a stone home dating back to the early 1800s, Ivy House offers comfortable bed and breakfast accommodations within the southern reaches of beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Six rooms are available for accommodation, four of which have en-suite bathroom facilities. The other two offer shared bathrooms. All rooms have television, tea and coffee making facilities, and a complimentary beverage tray. Pets are welcome to this quaint bed and breakfast, and free parking is available nearby. Guests can enjoy the outdoor garden area during their stay as well. Home-cooked breakfasts are served each morning, and guests can also pre-order packed lunches if needed. There are restaurants, cafes, and pubs within walking distance of the guest house, including the Lemongrass Indian restaurant, a local favourite. The beaches of Fairbourne and Barmouth are less than ten miles from Ivy House. more

  • Hotel George III Hotel Dolgellau

    Set alongside the dramatic Mawddach Estuary, in Snowdonia National Park, the George III Hotel Hotel offers guests cosy accommodation in a spectacular natural environment. All 11 rooms are tastefully furnished in a refined country style and feature private bathrooms, flat screen TV’s, tea/coffee stations and telephones. When not exploring Snowdonia guests usually spend their time at one of the cosy bars or lounges. The elegant dining room at the George III Hotel has an excellent reputation that ranges far and wide. It focuses on top quality Welsh meat and produce, including lamb and beef, as well as local game and fish. The three bars attract locals and guests alike, and regularly feature musicians and entertainers. George III Hotel is a great base to explore all of Snowdonia. There are excellent hiking and biking routes throughout the area. Mount Snowdon itself is 33 miles to the north. more

  • Hotel Dolgun Uchaf Dolgellau

    Once a medieval hall house and a Quaker meeting facility, Dolgun Uchaf is a charming B&B with over five centuries of history. The property has single, double and family rooms, all with en suite faciities. Guests can use the coffee and tea making facilities or watch the flat-screen satellite TVs. Public areas of Dolgun Uchaf offer free Wi-Fi. There is also a secure storage area for bikes, along with an outdoor area where guests can pitch tents or park caravans. Breakfast is available on the premises. Additionally, there is a Little Chef restaurant within walking distance. Located less than three kilometres from Dolgellau, the B&B is a 15-minute drive from the Coedwig Coed Y Brenin Visitors Centre, where guests can get advice on the best ways to enjoy the area’s splendid outdoor activities. The Llechwedd Slate Caverns are about 35 minutes away by car. more

  • Hotel Afon Rhaiadr Country House Dolgellau

    Afon Rhaiadr Country House offers luxury boutique bed and breakfast accommodation at the foot of Cader Idris, within the Snowdonia National Park. It has a Visit Wales 5-star award. Recently refurbished and stylishly decorated throughout. Chandeliers and luxurious soft furnishings, candle-lit dining (advance booking required). Elegant cosy drawing room with doors to the gardens and conservatory. Furnished with an eclectic mix including Victorian and Edwardian antiques. All bedrooms are sumptuously decorated and have luxury bathrooms. There is ample seating around the gardens for you to enjoy and a woodland walk over the waterfall bridge and Victorian pool. Why not treat yourselves to afternoon tea in the gardens? There are many places to visit in Snowdonia with Portmeirion village (famous for the TV series The Prisoner) and the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway on the doorstep. For the more adventurous the popular Coed y Brenin forestry park for mountain biking, cycling and woodland walks is only a short distance away from Dolgellau, which is a great example of the natural wonders of Snowdonia National Park. North Wales and Mid Wales is a walkers' paradise including Mawddach trail, Cader Idris, Torrent Walk and Precipice walks plus many more. Afon Rhaiadr Country House B&B loosely translates to ‘house by the river and waterfall’ and uses an old spelling of Rhaeadr (waterfall). You may find it easier to pronounce it as ‘Avon Ryader’. Idyllic surroundings at Afon Rhaiadr bed and breakfast for a relaxing peaceful break, or for the more adventurous. White water rafting, kayaking, mountain biking and much more, then return to a little luxury. Guided walks & tours can be arranged. Special packages can be arranged to suit your preference. Wildlife/nature breaks. Foraging. Bird watching: osprey, red kite and many more. more

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