Accommodation in Dolgellau, Gwynedd
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Pandy Isaf Country House B&B
Bed and Breakfast in Dolgellau, Gwynedd
Pandy Isaf Country House Bed & Breakfast
Accommodation Description:From: £70.00
Welcome to Pandy Isaf, luxury 5 star Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a tranquil riverside setting near Dolgellau. Formerly a Fulling Mill the cottage has been recently extended to accommodate our guests. Pandy Isaf is the perfect base from which to explore the Snowdonia National Park either by car or on foot.
Mountain biking, cycling, pony treking, white water rafting, golfing, fishing, climbing, walking and the beach are all on our doorstep. Check out www.discoverdolgellau.com.
Pandy Isaf now offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a luxurious new guest wing comprising two en suite double bedrooms and one self contained suite. In addition to a truly scrumptious breakfast we offer our guests dinner using locally sourced organic ingredients wherever possible (advanced booking please). We will do our best to meet any special dietary requirements if given prior notice
Our luxurious bedrooms have been stylishly furnished and decorated and have all the amenities you would expect from a 5 star establishment - central heating, luxury linen, armchairs, fresh flowers, alarm clock, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryers, hot water bottles!, Satellite TV with DVD/CD player, en-suite bathrooms with over bath shower and high quality towels and toiletries. We have a great number of books, DVDs and CDs for our guests to enjoy. The gardens, bordered by the River Clewedog, are mostly laid down to lawn with three terraces on which to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet and perhaps a cream tea after a day exploring this beautiful unspoilt part of the Snowdonia National Park
Cradled by the magnificent Cader Idris mountain range the historic market town of Dolgellau, the birthplace of the Quaker movement in Wales, has links to the tannery industry, the woollen trade and gold mining and is also an important cultural centre being host an annual folk festival and the newly opened Ty Siamas, the national folk music centre for Wales. Pandy Isaf is the perfect base for touring. Head south to Aberdovey, west to the serene beauty of Lake Vyrnwy or North to Snowdon, Portmerion and Harlech
For walking and climbing the area is second to none and the Mountain Bike Centre At Coed y Brenin is considered one of the best in the UK. This year a new High Wire Adventure Course has been constructed at Coed Y Brenin . With all of this and pony treking , golf, fishing, rafting, cycling etc you will wish you could stay longer!!
Accommodation Rating: 5 (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Brithdir - 1.3 miles (Roman Site)
Cymer Castle - 1.3 miles (Castle)
Nannau Estate - 1.3 miles (Garden)
Cymer Abbey - 2 miles (Abbey)
Dolmelynllyn Garden - 3.6 miles (Garden)
Corris Railway & Museum - 6.9 miles (Museum)
Pont Minllyn - 7.3 miles (Historic Building)
Llanfihangel-y-pennant, St Michael's Church - 7.9 miles (Historic Church)
Castell-y-Bere - 8.2 miles (Castle)
Ffrid Newydd - 8.5 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Portmeirion - 15.1 miles away
Corwen - 25.2 miles away
Llangollen - 32 miles away
Ruthin - 33.6 miles away
Chester - 50 miles away
Pembridge - 54.7 miles away
Much Wenlock - 55.3 miles away
Cardigan - 57.4 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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