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Located in Snowdonia National Park, Penhelig Arms has a waterside location at the mouth of the Dyfi estuary. It offers fresh seafood and a range of other dishes, and has a real log fire in winter. Great room in a great location would definitely stay again
Seabreeze has an beautiful seafront location in the old fishing port of Aberdovey. It offers central, seafront bed-and-breakfast accommodations with views over the beautiful Dovey estuary. Absolutely fabulous, will be back and recommending… never had a sea view room but our room was lovely , food was amazing and staff were delightful, friendly and literally couldn’t do enough to make our stay perfect
Located in Aberdyfi, certain rooms at the bed and breakfast have sea views. All units in the bed and breakfast feature free WIFi. Hosts were so friendly and welcoming from the get go and we were made to feel very welcome. The room was lovely and had thoughtful touches to make our stay extra pleasant and the view from the room was just spectacular. I was doing a cycle race the following morning and they kindly provided me with my choice of breakfast at a very early hour. If travelling to Aberdovey i would have no hesitation in recommending Awel y mor 100%
Featuring river views, Brig-y-Don provides accommodations with a garden, around a 4-minute walk from Aberdyfi Beach. This beachfront property offers access to free WiFi and free private parking. Fantastic room, very comfortable bed and large modern bathroom. Very quiet Incredible views from bedroom widow over estuary.
Featuring a terrace, Indigo Lodge - Aberdovey provides accommodations in Aberdyfi with free WiFi and sea views. This self-catered vacation home features a garden and free private parking. Perfect location and very cosy accommodation. Has all the necessities and a bit more, amazing views, lots to visit nearby.
Kynaston Cottage is located in Aberdyfi. Located a 2-minute walk from Aberdyfi Beach, the property provides a garden and free private parking. Super little 3 bed house in Aberdyfi. Has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Fully equipped kitchen and seriously comfy beds. Had a great week sightseeing around the area. Will be coming back later in the year.
As this is known as out of season we could park etc easily. Restaurants it the village were had not really got going so we eat in other villages this meant that we used the car more than we wanted to. Avoid the stairs at the penhelyg.
I think it's a delightful place. Dog friendly which is a bonus for me. Beach is good. Good walks. Some nice clothes shops, lovely pet shop and good cafes, pubs. Pretty much everything you need is there. Parking is a pain in high summer but that's pretty standard for most resorts. Coast Takeaway is great and better than your average. Nice to start the day with a coffee from there. Their main restaurant is excellent although well over priced on drinks. Also had good meals at The Dovey, The Britannia and Penhelig Arms
Aberdyfi is a lovely small town. Really nice clean beach, great for walking and a nice small harbour. Advise booking if you want to eat out anywhere regardless of day or time of year! Although the Walkers chip shop does great food and a good selection, nicest chips we've had in a long time!
Pretty small town on the welsh coast, with a holiday feel - even out of the tourist season. The people who live and work there are friendly and helpful. The beech is lovely, and great for walking. I am told that the golf course is good. There are a small variety of interesting shops. The inns serve good "pub grub".
Aberdyfi great place to stay Best experience was taking the train to one stop going north and then walking 4 miles back to Aberdyfi along beautiful sandy beach Nice dinner at Seabreaze Restaurant
Amazing place, stayed in a chalet on hills first nights, then the brittania, food was amazing, staff were very pleasant, public toilets very clean, beach was clean, drank in the dovey, polite staff good food
This was our first stay in a bed and breakfast. The room was awesome, it was very beautiful than a hotel room. Host Linda and Nigel was so friendly and nice. The breakfast that Linda cooked for us was superb. The view from the room was beautiful, felt like to spend whole day in there. Our 6 year old daughter liked it so much. Would like to go in there next time when we visit Wales.
The staff were excellent when booking we were informed by the hotel that we could purchase a car park voucher for reduced costs. When we arrived we were informed that this was no longer the case and we would have to pay full parking charges. Staff member sorted this out above our expectations
Fantastic peaceful location to relax and unwind Amazing views overlooking Aberdyfi. A well equipped, spacious, warm and cosy log cabin. Wonderful hosts with quick responses to any queries. Enjoyed every minute..will be returning soon ☺
The bed was exceptionally comfortable and the shower was fantastic. Even though we arrived early we were still welcomed and given a parking permit for the car park which was very conveniently located adjacent to the hotel.
Room view out over aberdyfii harbour Hearty breakfast which was extra - tasty Lots of tea and coffee sachets. Warmth! Free parking opposite.
One nice room and one lovely suite. A picturesque drinking area opposite the hotel overlooking the sea.
Beautiful views. Very pretty cottage and close to Aberdyfi.