Hotels in Snowdonia

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Hotels in Snowdonia

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Trefeddian Hotel

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Aberdyfi

‘The sun doesn’t have to shine before you get a warm welcome,’ writes a reader in 2017, of this much-loved hotel overlooking Cardigan Bay.
  • child_friendly
  • golf
  • walking
  • garden
  • value
  • spa
  • dog_friendly
  • bandb
  • wifi
  • tennis
  • seaside
  • indoor_pool
  • view
  • b&b
  • disabled
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Castle Cottage

Castle Cottage

Harlech

What first smites the eye is the town’s medieval castle, formidable on its cliff-top. Steps behind it, this restaurant-with-rooms – in two adjoining 16th-century buildings restored and refurbished with contemporary flair – is no less of a surprise.
  • child_friendly
  • golf
  • walking
  • value
  • wifi
  • gourmet
  • garden
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Bryniau Golau

Bryniau Golau

Bala

Landscaped grounds lead down to Bala Lake from Katrina Le Saux and Peter Cottee’s Victorian house in Snowdonia national park, with a vista of mountains in the blue distance.
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • bandb
  • wifi
  • view
  • value
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Llwyndu Farmhouse

Llwyndu Farmhouse

Barmouth

Rustic and folksy, Paula and Peter Thompson’s ‘quirky’ 16th-century farmhouse at the base of the Rhinog mountains is a ‘friendly, welcoming’ spot and a fine base for exploring a ‘lovely part of the country’.
  • child_friendly
  • walking
  • garden
  • value
  • wifi
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Ffynnon

Ffynnon

Dolgellau

In walkers’ country, within the Snowdonia national park, this handsome Victorian rectory stands in a market town at the foot of Cadair Idris.
  • child_friendly
  • walking
  • garden
  • bandb
  • wifi
  • parking
  • romantic
  • dog_friendly
  • b&b
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Dolffanog Fawr

Dolffanog Fawr

Tywyn

In the Tal-y-llyn valley, with Cadair Idris for a backdrop, Alex Yorke and Lorraine Hinkins are the ‘dedicated hosts’ at this 18th-century farmhouse–turned–‘exceptional guest house’.
  • golf
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • fishing
  • dog_friendly
  • guesthouse
  • wifi
  • exceptional_value
  • view
  • guest_house
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Coes Faen

Coes Faen

Barmouth

Gazing over the Mawddach estuary from the foot of a tree-covered hillside, this ‘stunning, ultra-modern B&B’ is owned by Sara and Richard Parry-Jones.
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • dog_friendly
  • bandb
  • wifi
  • romantic
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Ynyshir

Ynyshir

Eglwysfach

In beautiful grounds near the Dyfi estuary, this chic restaurant-with-rooms occupies a 16th-century manor house once owned by Queen Victoria.
  • weddings
  • child_friendly
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • wifi
  • romantic
  • gourmet
  • historic
  • country_house
  • view
  • wine
  • spa
  • disabled
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Hotel Portmeirion

Hotel Portmeirion

Portmeirion

Built over 50 years, from 1925, by Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, Portmeirion, the Italianate village, grew up behind this Victorian mansion, now a hotel that ‘combines old-world touches with stylish modernity’.
  • weddings
  • child_friendly
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • spa
  • wifi
  • romantic
  • honeymoon
  • seaside
  • outdoor_pool
  • view
  • disabled
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Hotels surrounded by natural beauty in Snowdonia

Perhaps one of the most famous regions in Wales, Snowdonia is centred around the mountains and glacial forms of the Snowdonia National Park.  The area’s historic mountain railway that climbs to the summit of Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales is amongst its key attractions, with views stretching across the sea to Ireland and more than 100 lakes within its folds as well as peaks such as Cader Idris and Tryfan.

Holidays in Snowdonia are a rich fusion of historic intrigue and outdoor adventure, peppered with excellent food and drink in between.  Portmeirion is the architectural haven created by Clough William-Ellis – a vision of perfect coastal village life with Italianate architecture, exotic woodland and miles of romantic walking territory.

Bardsey Island is one of the region’s most curious attractions, showcasing incredible natural habitats, the tallest lighthouse in the UK, sixth century monasteries and Neolithic circles.  While exploring you can use the opportunity to traverse the rugged landscape and greet seals and dolphins along the way.

Of course the National Park itself is a seemingly endless opportunity to explore natural beauty.  Walk, hike or mountain bike your way through the likes of Italianate architecture and bring the family dog with you as well, to stay in welcoming hotels such as Trefeddian, known for its family friendly environment and cheerful greetings on water’s edge.  Holidays in this part of the world are an opportunity for real quality time – fresh air, good books, playing games, running around on the beach and always excellent hospitality.