Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages.
Located in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of Fox's Path on Cadair Idris, With views of its own 12-acre lake, Gwernan Hotel offers easy access to outdoor activities such as fishing,... Amazing location with spectacular views. Excellent hosts and great food, drinks and ambiance. Bedroom was comfortable, luxurious and cozy and the perfect nights sleep. We cant wait to be back soon as had an utterly fantastic time.
Located in Dolgellau, Torrent Walk Inn/B&B has a garden and bar. The hotel has a Local restaurant. A continental breakfast is served each morning at the property. Everything welcoming friendly staff and a good atmosphere great weekend breakfast was fantastic
Offering a sun terrace and views of the mountain, Heulwen Guest House is set 3.1 mi from Dolgellau in the Gwynedd Region, 27 mi from Aberystwyth. Free private parking is available on site. Impeccable! Heulwyn and Andy were gracious an welcoming hosts. The room was beautiful and very comfortable. The guest lounge was beautiful. Lovely views.
Ivy House B&B has accommodations in Dolgellau. With free WiFi, this 3-star guesthouse has a garden and a shared lounge. At the guesthouse, the rooms include a desk and a TV. Helpful friendly host and comfortable quiet room. Offered choices for cycle storage, very welcoming
Borthwnog Hall is a grade II listed building nestled within the scenic Snowdonia National Park. Stayed here for 2 nights and it was very good decision , all staff are very Welcoming and Helpful Room was very clean and specious with Lovely view... Very nice shower Room ( water falls style) Breakfast options were great and very well prepared. We would definitely return 👍🏻
Nestled in 2 acres of woodland Coed Cae overlooks the Mawddach Estuary on the Southside of Snowdonia National Park. The property offers free parking and free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas. The house and garden were really beautiful with amazing views. We had a lovely welcome from the owners and all of their pets. The food was really good. It felt like we were staying with friends rather than in a guesthouse.
This hotel in Dolgellau has been booked 195 times
This hotel in Dolgellau has been booked 9 times
This hotel in Dolgellau has been booked 23 times
This hotel in Dolgellau has been booked 55 times
On average, 3-star hotels in Dolgellau cost $124 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dolgellau are $122 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dolgellau can be found for $158 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $99 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Dolgellau for tonight. You'll pay around $178 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 $416 or, for a 4-star hotel, $620. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Dolgellau for this weekend cost around $603 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Quaint town with very friendly locals. Frequent bus schedules to Barmouth, Bala, & Machlynlleth. Narrow streets. Consider taking a train or bus. But, if you rent a car to get there, rent the smallest car available. We made the mistake of renting an SUV at Cardiff airport--only one inch clearance on either side on the lane up to our apartment in Dolgellau. Still in all, well worth the trip.
Dolgellau is a good place to stay if you are exploring the area of the Mawddach Estuary and hills around Cader Idris. The area is ideal for walkers and access to both easy and more challenging walks is readily available. The town has plenty of choice for food and we enjoyed a great meal at 'Y Merioneth' in the town centre.
I love this quaint town in the hills. There are many beautiful walks in the area for varied fitness levels. I loved the Precipice Walk and Torrent Walk. There was a third that I don't know the name. You can rent bikes at Dolgellau Cycles for the Mawddach Trail to Barmouth. Or you can take a 23 min bus there for a nice beach day. You can also catch buses to Harlech or Machylleth. But there are plenty of good restaurants and shops and walks/hikes right here. The sheep and stone fences were adorable. The people are friendly, and I loved getting to know them. I don't know why more Americans don't go to Wales. It is like a well kept secret place. Took a train into Barmouth and a bus from there to Dolgellau.
Nice climb up Cadet Idris, and friendly locals in the pubs speaking the lovely Welsh language (though they switch instantly to English to talk to outsiders). Great ale. And honey buns! Finding a really good meal in the evening seems to be a struggle, though. I tried the tapas bar and the Ship, and neither seems to believe in fresh vegetables to any great extent
Dolgellau is ideally placed for exploring this corner of North Wales, especially the Mawddach estuary which is simply stunning at any time of the year. A willingness to walk or cycle is recommended as the best views are not always accessible by car.
Some lovely restaurants there, next time we hope to hire a bike from the local shop, & try the bike track from the village on the dissused railway track. Visited nearby Portmerion; Zip world; Welsh Highland Railway. All using the wonderfully easy, scenic 470 road
8.8 Excellent 508 reviews
We were in a two bedroom apartment, both with ensuite facilities. The rooms were spacious and comfortable and had coffee/tea making in each room. Towels and linens were excellent. The lounge/dining/kitchen area on the lower level were spotless and spacious. There was a small yard area with outdoor table and chairs and parking for our car. The kitchen was well equipped for self catering which we made use of. The traditional English breakfast was very good and also had a vegetarian choice.
Dolgellau is a great location for exploring Snowdonia and North Wales with lots of pubs and restaurants and a large supermarket. Fabulous small cottage suited to a couple with everything you need for a self catering break and a lovely little garden to relax in at the end of a day hiking or biking. Great to have a parking permit not just for the town but also other council car parks in the region.
9.4 Awesome 279 reviews
The staff were very friendly and helpful. They certainly made me feel welcome. The room was comfortable. Everything worked well, including the bathroom. Breakfast was plentiful, cooked fresh and very tasty. There was always a space to park available in spite of the fact that the town center of Dolgellau can get crowded with cars. The house is over 200 years old and retained many period features.
8.9 Excellent 105 reviews
The property is within walking distance from the town of Dolgellau. I had a beautiful view of the town and the hills of Snowdonia from my window. The hosts were wonderful, warm and sweet. They provided a tea service, with some sweets, which was a nice touch. Breakfast was tasty. This is a good place to stay if you're interested in hiking or cycling in Snowdonia National Park.
9.3 Awesome 87 reviews
The hotel is located in a beautiful setting just below the slopes of Cader Idris and across the road from one of the main routes to the summit. I really enjoyed my stay at this boutique hotel and the owners were extremely friendly and helpful. It is located just 5 minutes drive from Dolgellau and within a short distance of the Mawddach trail and the stunning Llynnau Gregennen.
9.7 Exceptional 118 reviews
The best b&b I’ve stayed in to date. Rooms full of charm, character and very comfortable. Owners were very helpful and gave a friendly, warm welcome. On arrival we were given an extremely scummy cake, shown the rooms and an area to store our bikes. Breakfast was that of a 5* hotel! I’d definitely stay again :)
9.7 Exceptional 50 reviews
Sue and Glyn were very welcoming hosts, and the 2 rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable. The breakfast was amazing, and there are lots of places to eat in the town which is about a mile away (we walked down and got a taxi back - £3). Dolgellau is a nice town and there is plenty to do in the area.
9.2 Awesome 163 reviews
This was a really nice hotel. The staff were really friendly on arrival and explained a bit about the area. The room was nice and had a really new modern bathroom. We had were provided with fresh milk which was a welcome surprise. We ate at the restaurant and it was pretty good.
9.1 Awesome 108 reviews
We stayed in Emily and couldn't stop talking about it! Amazing food- the presentation was superb; great choices and very tasty! The room was stunning and Angela was very welcoming and friendly. We also had a lovely time in the hot tub which was amazing! A hidden gem in Wales!
9.7 Exceptional 296 reviews
A very pleasurable stay. The property has so much character and the owners were ever so accommodating. The breakfast was exceptional and set me up nicely for the day. I would certainly look this place up in the first instance, if looking for accommodation in Dolgellau.
9.7 Exceptional 18 reviews
Very comfortable room with en-suite bathroom, super bed, we had a great sleep. The hosts, Mary & Phillip were wonderful, extremely helpful and also cooked up a great breakfast, would definitely stay here again if in the Snowdonia area.
9.7 Exceptional 259 reviews
It was very clean and comfortable with fantastic furniture. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is homemade and delicious. Good location for relaxation, with close driving to little town of Dolgellau.
9.4 Awesome 150 reviews
The breakfast was lovely and Dawn was very friendly and made you feel welcome. The farm is in a great location for some lovely walks and Barmouth is only 20 minutes in the car if you want to go to the beach.
9.0 Awesome 195 reviews
Very welcoming and friendly owners. Made to feel at home. Nice breakfast and great location right in the centre of Dolgellau. Good base for walking and cycling in the area.
9.0 Awesome 1,091 reviews
Very cheerful staff very clean we'll run hotel
9.4 Awesome 124 reviews
Good location for us on Wales rally GB
9.3 Awesome 41 reviews
Stunning location overlooking the estuary, close to great hiking/cycling; helpful and welcoming staff; comfortable ensuite rooms; cosy lounge, with fireplace and library; and great breakfast. Perfect really!
8.8 Excellent 82 reviews
The dining room was very pretty and the food and service were good.the view of the gardens from our room was beautiful.
9.7 Exceptional 18 reviews
I liked everything: the house, the kidness of the owners, the dinner, the breakfast