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In the Snowdonia National Park and within 10 minutes walk of the market town of Dolgellau, Dwy Olwyn features a garden and a terrace, and offers rooms with private bathroom and free WiFi access. The BnB is in a wonderful location, just ip the hill from the town. The garden around the BnB is lovely and view in the morning was gorgeous.
On average, it costs $212 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Dolgellau for tonight. You'll pay around $185 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Dolgellau will cost around $152, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Dolgellau this weekend is $293 or, for a 4-star hotel, $159. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Dolgellau for this weekend cost around $175 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Dolgellau cost $166 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dolgellau are $158 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dolgellau can be found for $215 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
· The staff were so friendly and made me feel so welcome , The room was really nice. it was quiet and i had a good nights sleep , food was delicious and a good atmosphere in the bar area. I would recommend this hotel even though its a little pricey.
Very quaint little town with a good selection of places to eat out. Great location close to fab cycle trails and amazing forests and countryside. We rented bikes from Dogellau Cycles and thoroughly enjoyed the scenic Mawddach Trail.
Beautiful traditional large village at the foot of the mountain. Numerous walks or climbs. Mountain lakes. Close to coast. Selection of small independent shops pubs and restaurants. Flat cycling path on the edge of the village to Barmouth. Easy to hire a bike.
I was looking forward to a nice relaxing evening in beautiful surrounding, The images looked amazing on there web page,And I'm sure it probably is a lovely place to stay,sadly that never happened ,I'm disabled and they put me on a floor with 2 flights of stairs to climb,I'm mostly housebound and n wheelchair I was very upset,It was a weekend away with family to celebrate my 50th,Unfortunately they had no other rooms so had to cancel but no refund given still,we had to book somewhere else sadly the staff were of no help and I think they should improve there access to accommodate the disabled,Or at least make it more visible that it is no good for people with poor mobility !!!
Booked room but i couldn't stay,im disabled and they allocated a room with 2 flights of stairs,i had only just paid for the room and they refused a refund and even after my daughter explained i cannot climb stairs they still wouldn't,my mum ended up paying out for another hotel ,Ruined my weekend,it was to celebrate my 50th birthday and i don't go any where very often due to illness ,sometimes months at a time in bed,Still no response from emails and still no refund ,shocking way to treat people,They should express that it is no good for disabled access as it looks like its all ground floor in most pictures,.Maybe learn to have a bit more consideration to disabled so it doesn't happen to somebody else
It is a nice town and the surrounding countryside is astounding. However we made the mistake of going just after Covid restrictions had been lifted. The Town was very busy and proved to be an absolute nightmare when we tried to find somewhere to eat in the evening. Having said that "The Steakhouse" was very accommodating and we had a really nice meal the first night.
A well thought out clean modern room. Easy parking & town within walking distance. Breakfast superb, Colin & Lisa were two of the most friendly hosts we have encountered in a B & B. We know that running a B & B is not easy as we run one ourselves but this lovely couple have made our stay memorable and we hope we will be able to return. Lots of beautiful places to visit in this wonderful part of Wales.
Lovely hotel in a quaint village. All the buildings in the village were made of the same stone and looked amazing. The room was very large and spacious. The evening meal and breakfast was excellent. The staff were also very helpful. It was our last stop of a tour around North Wales which was very enjoyable. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Very tastefully decorated and very well equipped, including some delightful welcome cakes. More of a home then a holiday let. Stunning views, although the weather did not allow us to dine alfresco. Comfortable beds and plenty of linens and towels. Excellent location for exploring North Wales. Great WIFI.
The location & surrounding areas are beautiful. Wales is breathtaking. The Welsh lush green scenery, rolling hills / mountains, lakes, sheep, cows & nearby beach are awesome. All enhanced by the good, dry, bright, sunny weather we had. I took so many photos.
Good location for walking areas. Good facilities. Comfortable double bed. Heating included. Sky TV & free WiFi included. Friendly hosts. Good parking. Character cottage. Toilet rolls provided. Homemade welsh cakes, milk & tea/coffee provided.
Good breakfast. Separate room not part of main dwelling was very comfortable. Lovely view over Dolgellau. Norma looked after us very well. Very nice friendly person. En-suite in the room. We really enjoyed our one night stay.
I would highly suggest this place! It is in a such a beautiful little town! And the owners were so nice! They know very good the area and gave us the best advice how to see Snowdonia in a very short time! Thank you so much!
Excellent stay, very welcoming and helpful. We were cycling through Wales on cycle route 8 and the guest house was very accommodating helping us secure our bikes safely. Would definitely stay another time, great experience.
On the off set the accommodation was set in a really nice area with lovely scenery. The staff seemed very pleasant (when you could get them) and helpful. The design of the place was nice, just run down in a lot of places.
The property is in excellent condition - rooms, facilities, etc are all top-notch, set at a very picturesque location. The hosts were very friendly, gave us plenty of tips for the area and served delicious breakfast.
Outstanding venue. The attention to detail is exceptional - hard or soft pillows choice and so many other things that many people would not notice. Great location for exploring the town and surrounding area
Lovely small cottage with fab views of the countryside. Dog friendly and great area if you have a car to get to nearby attractions.
Perfect location to move around north wales, more especially Yr Wyddfa