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Around 30 minutes’ drive from Aberystwyth, The White Lion Hotel is a traditional Welsh inn in the town of Machynlleth. Very good location, free parking available, comfy, clean and spacious room, very kind staff, gluten free breakfast provided, great dinner at the pub. Highly recommended!
Moelfre B&B has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, situated in Machynlleth. Fitted with a patio, the units feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Everything was super modern, lovely comfy king size bed, very very clean, great shower! Breakfast was exceptional with lots of choice and made to order, would definitely recommend and will be back next time we come to the area!
Situated in Machynlleth, Maenllwyd Guest House offers a garden. There is a sun terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. a great breakfast and safe place for our bikes. very good value. would recommend and stay there again.
Situated in Machynlleth in the Powys region, Cil y Coed Luxury Pod features accommodation with free private parking. Please bring bedding for the bed and sofa bed. This pod was all and more than we could ask for, we decided to book last minute and it definitely was above our expectations. The pod was super clean, cosy and had all we could ask for. The location was perfect as it was away from city or houses, all surrounded by nature. We didn't have any internet connection which made our stay even better. Ann the owner was super special and very kind to fulfil our requests. Will definitely stay again!
The Old Vicarage in Machynlleth provides adults-only accommodation with a bar, a shared lounge and a garden. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. The place is gorgeous. The garden is stunning, with the stream and small waterfall that comes from the forest. You can feel charm from the first moment you arrive. Kirsty and Gareth are great, doing their best to make you feel warm and comfortable. The rooms and lounge designed with a great taste and with lots of attention for all the small details.
Our glamping accommodation is 6km from Aberdovey, on the mid-Wales coast on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. This property is set on a working farm. It was a little piece of heaven on earth! Overwhelmed at the setting, the facilities and thoughtful touches. The private bathroom with a strong shower and very hot water! Thank you 🙏🏼
Ty Capel is situated in Machynlleth and offers a terrace. The accommodation is 43 km from Aberystwyth, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. Stunning place. Located in a lovely village in the middle of a grassy hill with ever-ending views of the valley. The studio has everything we needed for our stay with a well-suited kitchen and a superb shower. Warm and comfortable bed. The host are welcomingly warm and really interested in helping us out to plan our days and make the stay The Best.
Machynlleth is near the national park snowdonia National Park. I had a good hiking day in the national park which has mountains and river. The city center has a playground which has good views of countryside. There is lots sheep around.
Machynlleth is an ancient town with a lot of history. In some respects it hasn't moved on with the rest of the world and it retains a good deal of its character whereas other towns have just become bland reflections of each other. There are a selection of places to eat and we had no trouble sampling a good number of these. Its small enough to comfortably walk around and has many places to browse. There are also attractions just outside the town and further afield. If transport is a problem then there are rail links to other places of interest although the Pwllheli line going north is quite slow it is one of the most scenic rail journeys in this country. We spent a week here and we didn't cover everything we wanted to see. The weather can be variable but there is usually something to visit if it isn't so good. Highly recommended is Portmeirion (train), Harlech castle (train), The Osprey Project just south of the town (car), walking part or all of the route to the River Severn source from the Hafren Forest Picnic site (car), Shrewsbury (train), Aberystwyth - a day at the seaside (train), walking the town path.
We would have loved to eat in the tiny bistro called 'Number 21', but it was (unsurprisingly, given its reputation, full). So we had dinner in the White Lion, a very friendly pub with good food. The next day, Wednesday, was market day, when the town was bustling. We enjoyed the Museum of Modern Art, where the staff are very friendly – and it's free entry. We had to leave by 11, so felt we hadn't by any means exhausted the town.
Okay we didn’t spend too much time here but I did use the co-op and the young man that served me was very polite and pleasant and as I had no idea what amenities were local to this area he took his time to answer my questions perfect.
First time we stayed in Machynlleth the Hotel could have done with a bit of upgrading but the staff were very helpful and friendly and the food was excellent and plenty of it would I recommend yes 100%
The area we travelled around lived up to all hopes and expectations - a beautiful part of the country. We spent no time looking around the town itself but its position was ideal for the sightseeing we had planned
The welcome was warm and comforting. The staff offered help with my luggage. The suggestion for a beer and offering of a tasting was great. Breakfast was sublime and enormous even though I asked for a small one. Dinner portion was huge too. I found the fish and chips a little underwhelming. Batter was soggy and I found chips greasy.
The owners of toad hall, louise and Bill were very friendly and welcoming. The place was very bohemian and far removed from a traditional hotel or guest house. It would be an ideal venue for a group of friends to spend the night. A baby grand and drum kit are there to be played.
Nice tranquil location away from the hustle and bustle of city life Perfect location to switch off and relax Facilities were absolutely fantastic we wanted for nothing Close to Machynlleth where there are ample shops pubs takeaways if you want them
Lovely room, luxurious bathroom. In a very convenient location for Machynlleth Comedy festival, 10mins drive. Host Rhian, was friendly and efficient. She supplied a hearty continental breakfast, including oat milk as per our online request.
Amazing weekend away,lovely breakfast amazing views ,hosts were excellent,would highly recommend,price is reasonable for what you receive, could not praise it anymore *****
Lovely room, very light and airy and the facilities were great. Nothing was too much for the host, breakfast was great and she was just a lovely host!
Very friendly and welcoming. Super comfortable, beautiful room, nicely decorated. Excellent breakfast.