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Ty Derw is a beautiful Victorian country house nestled in the Dyfi Valley, in Snowdonia National Park. Ty Derw offers bird of prey experiences, Welsh home-cooked food and stylishly designed rooms. The breakfast was exceptional and made to special order. The fresh brewed coffee every morning was fantastic!
A traditional Welsh farmhouse in southern Snowdonia, Bryn Sion Farm offers attractive accommodation surrounded by hills and valleys. The cottage was warm ,cosy,homely.the host were so acomadating,so friendly and made me very welcome. I could not of stayed in a better acommadation. A lovely cooked breakfast with all the trimming ,fruit yogurt,juice and more . Cottage is in between mountains ,stunning views all around u . Will certainly be back .
Chapel Cottage is situated in Machynlleth. The property has mountain views and is 42 km from Betws-y-coed. A lovely lovely little cottage - very traditional with flagstones on the floor and beautiful stone walls. Plenty big enough for me and my two sons. The views are quite simply breath taking . It’s set in a tiny little village (Dinas Mawddwy) with the most fabulous pub (Red Lion) which is incredibly friendly and serves delicious home cooked food much of which is locally sourced. We ate there most nights and enjoyed every meal. I recommend the Welsh beef pie … and the steak … and the burgers … We visited Barmouth , Aberdovey and Portmaddog during our 5 day break but also stayed in the village itself some days because the walks are spectacular . There’s a mill shop and farm shop within walking distance and a glorious little freshwater stream which we paddled in . The owners are lovely too - always a bonus . Alex was incredibly welcoming and had even hidden some Easter treats for my youngest son to find. It was lovely to find tea, coffee and milk when we arrived too. And there’s loads of good books to have a browse through. Saying that, I’m a huge bookworm but quite honestly I was too taken with the views to read much . You can even have a bath and look out at the mountains … The landscape really is dramatic . And the double bed is well worth a mention - quite simply the snuggliest bed I have ever slept in.At night this place is so wonderfully tranquil , I felt completely relaxed. I’ve never stayed in Dinas Mawddwy before - I usually stay nearer to Mach town centre - but I’m already thinking about my next visit . It’s such a lovely place to stay - I think I left a little bit of my heart behind .
The farm was easy to find. Parking was easy enough even though we had 2 cars between us. It's fairly remote and no shops nearby so take what you need with you. The nearest town Machynlleth is around 20 minutes away but has minimal shops. This is not a criticism. The nearby Red lion pub serves excellent food and drink. The staff are very friendly and we thoroughly enjoyed our evenings there. There are plenty of places to visit within an hours drive of the farm and the roads are good quality and safe. The fixtures and fittings in the farm are first rate, no tired furniture there. I'm sure the Farmer told me that his son is a qualified carpenter and this shows. Thanks for a very pleasant stay.
We are an elderly couple -I am from Dinas Mawddwy so I know that it is a beautiful area. Lovely area for walking and exploring. A photographer's paradise (weather permitting) Loads of places to visit -as you would obviously arrive in a car--so within reasonable driving distances.
Perfect idyllic place, great for walking or driving and exploring the local areas, Barmouth approx 1 hour drive away. We ate at various places and had lovely food, not one bad meal. If you want quiet, stunning views then this is the place to be. Enjoy
A very beautiful, tranquill place to stay. The local people seem warm and very welcoming. The village is clean and tidy and has a few cafes and pubs which weren't too busy during our stay and easy to walk to. We ate at the Red Lion, a very traditional, family run no nonsense pub, serving great home cooked food, at a very reasonable price.
A pleasant village serving an extensive area of hills and farmland. An ideal centre for hill walking and exploring the surrounding part of Wales. Lake Vynwy, Cader Idris and the Arans within easy reach.
This is an amazing place to stay. The Breakfast is wonderful, fresh fruit cooked breakfast, with local free range products. The hosts are very friendly and helpful, full of advice as to where to go and what to do. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Spotlessly clean. It is in a stunning location, very quiet and peaceful, with outstanding scenery. We will be going back to this B & B. Just first class on every aspect.
The house is placed in a village from the heart of the mountains. The rooms are interesting and they give you the feeling “like home”. The rooms are away so different and much interesting then the usually rooms from the hotels. The food it is amazing !!! The staff/ the family it is so engaged in making the guests to feel good. They even suggested to me and my group what to visit, they give us maps and clear directions, which they where better then what the internet offered us.
Robert and Lyn were amazing hosts, so friendly and welcoming, also knowledgeable about the local attractions. The room was comfortable with everything we needed and very clean. Beautiful location but close enough to the main road to make traveling around easy. Our son loved feeding the lambs and playing with the two little dogs - best hotel he's ever been in he said! Thank you Robert and Lyn for an amazing stay!