Penhelig Arms

Historic Inn in Aberdovey, Gwynedd

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

27-29 Terrace Road
Aberdovey
Gwynedd
Wales
LL35 0LT

Penhelig Arms, Aberdovey

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Penhelig Arms - the small hotel with a big reputation in the heart of Aberdovey. The Penhelig Arms has been in business since the 18th century and offers spectacular views over the tidal Dyfi estuary. Indeed in the summer months the Penhelig's own seating area opposite is the place to enjoy the fine views and sunsets.

Great food is served in the Fisherman's Bar or waterfront Restaurant and the brasserie-style menu is strong on fresh fish bass and bream arriving straight from the quay backed up by Welsh beef and lamb. In winter a real log fire welcomes all to the wood-panelled Fishermans Bar the perfect place to relax and unwind after a hard day's fishing golf walking or sightseeing. Within the hotel itself there is a range of attractive individually decorated rooms complete with all modern facilities - and almost all with beautiful sea views these rooms retain the style and character of this historic inn.

Additionally the spacious Bodhelig suites with enormous bathrooms designated parking spaces and personal patios or balconies and Penhelig House on two levels with two bath/shower rooms private patio and designated parking space are ideal for that special occasion. Please note: table reservations for Dinner (Restaurant) and Evening Meal (Fisherman s Bar) MUST be made in advance to ensure a table is made available for you. Tables are NOT automatically reserved for guests staying on a B&B basis.

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