Canol y Llan
Featuring a garden, Canol y Llan is located in Machynlleth. The inn also has free WiFi and free private parking.All rooms in the inn are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Canol y Llan provides some accommodations that have garden views, and the rooms include a shared bathroom with a bath.Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a Full English/Irish breakfast.Aberystwyth is 25 miles from Canol y Llan, while Barmouth is 27 miles from the property.
- Teleri was a fantastic and very welcoming host. We were on a cycling tour and she even went to extra lengths to prepare home cooked dinner for us and wash our kit. Thank you!
- Friendly welcome and couldnt do enough to make my stay comfortable and enjoyable! Even went the extra mile to wash and dry my cycling gear and provide a delicious home cooked evening meal!! Highly recommend.
- highly recommend for a relax and calm stay. I will come back
- Excellent BB amazing evening meal check before arrival all facilities good great breakfast lovely host. Perfect BB.
- Teleri was very friendly and extremely accommodating, made safe storage space for my bicycle, provided two excellent meals. I would stay again if in the area on another trip and highly recommend to other visitors and cyclists, location is especially good for NCN8/Lon Las Cymru
With a magnificent location, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty and dramatic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, the Tynycornel Hotel looks out over its 222-acre fishing lake.With the majestic mountains of Cader Idris reflected in its waters, Tal-y-Llyn Lake is more than a scenic asset; the hotel owns the lake, which is noted for its superb fishing. Tynycornel was a well-known fishing hostelry as early as 1800 and guests enjoy priority access to Tal-y-Llyn’s prized waters, together with fine river fishing.Sensitively refurbished, Tynycornel is a solid, traditional building, rich in original character and traditional charm. The rooms have splendid lakeside or garden views and guests can also stay in the adjacent accommodation, converted from old farm buildings. All rooms have private bathrooms, TVs, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities.There is a spacious lounge overlooking the lake and the quiet bar and restaurant both offer a high standard of cuisine with an extensive wine list.
- Stunning location, superb food, friendly staff with good service. Appropriate measures taken during current pandemic, felt very safe. Thank you
- Great breakfast, friendly staff and lovely location
- Very cute and quiet, nice location, comfy, good value
- The room was modern and lovely. The view was beautiful! And the host/server was extremely accommodating sorry I didnt catch his name
- We had a wonderful stay with great food and drink and were very well looked after by the friendly and helpful staff here. Best nights sleep for a while! Hope to be back!
Gwesty Minffordd Hotel
This charming inn dates back over 450 years, and still retains numerous original features like beamed ceilings and a blazing log fire. There is free parking on site, free Wi-Fi in the bar, and 2 lounges for guests to relax in.Set in the picturesque steep-sided Tal-y-llyn valley, Gwesty Minffordd Hotel is a 15-minute drive from the town of Dolgellau. Machynlleth can also be reached in less than 20 minutes by car. The surrounding parkland offers beautiful walking and cycling routes.Rooms at Gwesty Minffordd Hotel are traditionally furnished, and each benefits from an private bathroom with free toiletries. Most rooms also have picturesque views of the mountains.The restaurant serves a range of meals, and the cafe offers lighter options and snacks. The breakfast menu includes fresh fruit, cereals, porridge, yogurts and American style pancakes with maple sirup. Full cooked breakfasts are made fresh to order, with a fish and vegetarian option also available. The property also makes its own homemade jams and marmalade.
- Absolutely perfect Location with added amazing scenery. The Manager had great customer service and made me feel very welcome, what a great guy. I recommend anyone dining in to try the lamb cutlets mmmmmmm literally the best lamb i ever ever tasted. Wash that down with a pint of local beer/lager omg Absolutely brilliant. I would definitely stay again and would highly recommend it.Food, Beer, customer service. The Manager was a great host and compliments to the chef for that delicious lamb.
- Great location if you want to walk up Cader Idris. Food was really good, so was the espresso. They did well adapting to the current Covid situation, I felt safe and comfortable during my stay.
- The staff the cleanliness and the food . X Location amazing x
- Location superb. Food and service to a high standard. Very comfortable room/bed. High cleanliness standards.
- An amazing little spot in a fantastic location for Cadir Idris, Host was wonderful And really helpful and accommodating, spotlessly clear, and good Covid measures in place nice little bar with some nice Bottled beers from local breweries. Breakfast was amazing and reallySet me up for the days walking ahead.
Plas Dolguog Hotel
Located a short distance from Coed y Brenin Forest Park, Plas Dolguog Hotel offers accommodations in a classic country house. Public parking is possible on site, and free WiFi is accessible throughout.Plas Dolguog dates back to 1632 and has been converted in to several modern, en suite guest rooms. Each room has character and retains 17th century charm. Some rooms have a balcony or patio, while every room has a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities.Breakfast is included in the room rate. The on-site restaurant is open for dinner, with a menu based around fresh Welsh produce. Dolduog Lounge is a cozy sitting room with a fireplace, and is an ideal place to enjoy an afternoon tea or evening coffee.The hotel has 9 acres of its own mature grounds. Plas Dolguog is surrounded by the stunning countryside of Southern Snowdonia and Mid Wales. Machynlleth Railway Station is less than 2 miles from the property.
- A very friendly hotel in a lovely situation. The building is old in the sense of having history and so the facilities are not up to date, bath rather than shower, and cosy rather than new. I enjoyed my stay.
- More like a country home than an inn…lovely grounds, excellent restaurant, wonderful staff.
- Beautiful location, good facilities. Both dinner and breakfast were delicious. I wish I had planned more time to explore the grounds which were lovely. The sculptures were very nice and cleverly placed.
- The family who runs the hotel was lovely! We took a trip with our puppy for the first time and it was so lovely! The gardens were beautiful and the hotel is located in a very nice and quiet place. There are places that are dog tolerant and then there are some which are dog friendly, this hotel is definitely the latter! Lovely stay
- My room was large and had a fabulous view, with french doors opening onto a patio so I could really enjoy looking across a green valley to the hills beyond. There is also a fabulous garden with a map to help visitors enjoy its beauty. Breakfast was served in a beautiful conservatory, with the same view as my bedroom one morning I had the pleasure of watching a red kite dancing in the sky while enjoying my full English breakfast.The hotel is reached by driving along a long lane, through woods and fields. It really feels magical.
The Wynnstay features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Machynlleth. This 3-star hotel offers room service and luggage storage space. Free WiFi is available and private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.Guests at the hotel can enjoy a buffet breakfast.Aberystwyth is 18 miles from The Wynnstay, while Newtown is 28 miles away.
- Loved the staff, the building and its history, decor and rustic appeal. The food was really good as well.
- This was a great little stop for us, great location if you are going to the MOMA for a concert. Rooms are clean and a good size, pub is decently friendly. Very easy parking.
- the center of town location and the quality craft beers.
- Very traditional in a good way hotel, in a great location. Loved all the public spaces and art even though some of the pottery seemed ugly, it all added to the charm. Wifi worked well enough for me to do some work. Heating provided if cold.
- Food was excellent both evening meal 3 courses and breakfast were tasty and well cooked.
The White Lion Hotel
One of our top picks in Machynlleth. Around 30 minutes’ drive from Aberystwyth, The White Lion Hotel is a traditional Welsh inn in the town of Machynlleth. The bar and restaurant offer cask ales and home-cooked food, and there is free WiFi throughout the property and on-site parking.Rooms have a TV, alarm clock and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms are en-suite and provide complimentary toiletries.Breakfast is served each morning from 08:00 – 09:30, this includes a Welsh breakfast. Lunch and dinner are served in the oak-beamed restaurant or bar, with the menu featuring fresh produce from local farms.The White Lion Hotel is just outside the Snowdonia National Park, and 15 miles from the coastal town of Tywyn with its extensive sandy beach. The pretty market town of Dolgellau is 25 minutes’ drive away.The nearest train station is Machynllech, 7 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
- Excellent breakfast, clean surroundings and staff who will bend over backwards for you. The place is hardly the height of modernity but it is well looked after and has a good traditional pub atmosphere. The food and selection of beer was great.
- Stayed here 1 night whilst riding Dyfi bike park. Plenty of parking and in the middle of the town. Due to Covid we didnt venture around the town and decided to enjoy a few beers and dinner at the White Lion. They have done a good job adhering to the forever evolving covid rules.
- Staff very very friendly and helpful. The room was small but clean and the bed comfortable. Breakfast was serviced in the diningroom and very very, very good.
- Great staff and great breakfast and they have erected screens between all tables to keep safe
- The room was nice and clean and everything available, ie tea, coffee, biscuits, plenty of towels. We asked for more milk for a breakfast cuppa the following morning and were given plenty, with a smile. Excellent breakfast.
Located in Gwynedd, in the market town of Dolgellau, the Royal Ship hotel features a restaurant and free Wi-Fi in public areas. The market town is part of the Snowdonia National Park.The rooms at the Royal Ship offer a TV and tea and coffee making facilities, along with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The majority of rooms boast an private bathroom, and others have private allocated bathrooms.In the mornings, the hotel provides a buffet breakfast, with both full English and continental options. The restaurant offers a wide selection of traditional Welsh and British meals, as well as more contemporary dishes. The food is prepared using locally sourced produce where possible.Surrounded by mountains and rivers, along with lakes and beaches, the stunning landscape offers numerous outdoor activities, including fishing and canoeing. Cadair Idris is popular with climbers and is just 1.2 mi south of the town. Free parking is available at the Royal Ship.
- Loved our stay here, felt very safe in these times. Room was lovely , staff were so friendly. Food great. Fab hotel and booking again for another little break after writing this review well done all at hotel
- Lovely hotel in a quaint village. All the buildings in the village were made of the same stone and looked amazing. The room was very large and spacious. The evening meal and breakfast was excellent. The staff were also very helpful. It was our last stop of a tour around North Wales which was very enjoyable. Wish we could have stayed longer.
- Honestly, The staff made the trip all that better. Extremely accommodating and very friendly Thank you!Food was great, vegan and veggie options too.
- Friendly, attentive staff. Nice pub with tables outside and view of Cadair Idris. Lovely evening walk around town. Delicious tapas restaurant Tafarn Y Gaaer a short walk from hotel. Also a short walk to Dolgelau Cycles. Rode bikes along Mawddacch estuary trail in light rain and had a hearty lunch at George III hotel on the trail.
- The staff was very friendly and helpful. The town is quaint and beautiful and the hotel was charming.
Torrent Walk Inn/B&B
Featuring a garden and bar, as well as a restaurant, Torrent Walk Inn/B&B is located in Dolgellau. Free WiFi is provided.The hotel offers a continental or à la carte breakfast.The area is popular for cycling, and bike rental is available at Torrent Walk Inn/B&B.Bala is 18 miles from the accommodation, while Barmouth is 9 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Anglesey Airport, 64 miles from Torrent Walk Inn/B&B.
- breakfast was good and staff had a helpful attitude to providing what I wanted. The room was small, but comfortable. An excellent location for hill walking.
- Great pub, really great staff and good value for money.
- Excellent breakfast, welcoming friendly staff at traditional pub.
- Lovely pub, basic rooms with comfy beds. Great breakfast and very nice friendly staff. Really enjoyed our stay.
- From the outside you could be mistaken for possibly thinking I wonder how its going to be inside and how the hotel rooms are. Ive stayed now 3 times, and every time Im impressed! Clean tidy modern, helpful friendly staff, breakfast is great! Highly recommended!!
Featuring a garden and bar, as well as a restaurant, Y Meirionnydd is located in Dolgellau.At the hotel, the rooms come with a closet. With a private bathroom equipped with a shower and a hairdryer, rooms at Y Meirionnydd also offer free WiFi, while selected rooms come with a garden view. At the accommodation each room has a desk and a flat-screen TV.Y Meirionnydd offers a à la carte or Full English/Irish breakfast.The hotel has a terrace.Bala is 18 miles from Y Meirionnydd, while Barmouth is 9 miles away. The nearest airport is Anglesey Airport, 64 miles from the accommodation.
- Excellent friendly staff. A genuine interest in making sure my stay was as good as it could have been. Very lovely welcome , good service at dinner very nice meal by the way and lovely waiters at breakfast. You cant ask for more than this little place.
- Very friendly staff, lovely hotel and well situated.
- Overall the friendly and caring approach of the owners and staff. The restaurant and food were of a very good standard
- Y Meirionydd is a beautiful, small hotel in a perfect setting in Dolgellau. The owners have given considerable attention to detail throughout the hotel which makes a real difference to the comfort of your stay. We will definitely be going back.
- The location was perfect in the middle of town but beautifully quiet with views over the mountains. The owners were very attentive with food in the restaurant very very good. Would recommend this to everyone who wants a central location to explore Southern Snowdonia.
Located in the Dovey Valley, Brigands Inn 15th-century coaching inn offers exposed wooden beams, fireplaces and oak wooden furniture in Mallwyd. Extras include free Wi-Fi and a common lounge.With mountain views, the guest rooms come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a seating area and an electric kettle. The private bathrooms offer a hairdryer, free toiletries and a bathtub or shower.A full Welsh breakfast with pancakes, salmon, scrambled eggs and haddock is served every morning together with continental breakfast. At the bar and restaurant, guests will enjoy a range of ales and wines.The property offers a garden, meeting room facilities and luggage storage. Guests can go hiking, mountain biking or enjoy water sports in Snowdonia Natural Park. Trout fishing is possible a 10-minute walk away in the Dovey River and pheasant and duck shooting is also possible in the area.Barmouth is 20.7 miles away on the coast. For transportation, Birmingham Airport is 96.6 miles away.
- Really convenient location for exploring the North Wales coast and countryside. Friendly and efficient staff. Excellent food. Will return for sure.
- The breakfast was excellent ! Plenty of options even for vegetarians.
- We arrived late, they were very busy, but they checked us through quickly happily despite the late hour the crowded restaurant, they found us a table delivered a meal off an excellent menu drinks. All the staff , no matter how busy, were kind generous with us.The building is ancient the floors uneven, the furniture fits the evolution of time periods, great fun!We were at the front of the building over the front door were concerned that it would be noisy with restaurant pub activity motor vehicle traffic, but all we heard through the night were the sheep across the road. Very pleasant.
- Loveliest owners and staff. Very friendly and helpful.Bedroom was spacious and cozy. Great bathroom facility. Restaurant was amazing! We had dinner and breakfast and the food was excellent. The menu is great with good options. Totally recommended, would come back there if back in Snowdonia National Park!
- Location was good, breakfast was a little disappointing, slightly on the greasy side.
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