Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Y Meirionnydd. Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a terrace, Y Meirionnydd offers five guest rooms when you can also enjoy the…
Llyn Cynwch Llyn Cynwch acts as both ‘prequel’ and ‘sequel’ to Precipice Walk, one of the most famous and popular walks in the area with breathtaking views as you walk…
St Mary’s Church, Dolgellau, is a Grade II listed building standing on the site of a medieval one, dating back to at least 1254 when it was mentioned in records. The current church is rare (for Wales) being Early Georgian, it was built AROUND the old one, which still continued to hold services. The old church was only demolished when the new one was completed (around 1716-1723) and then the old building was removed from within it.
Photographic slideshow about the town of Dolgellau.
A spacious south-facing bungalow, set in its own landscaped garden with fantastic views of the mountains and forests.
The Royal Ship Hotel, based in the centre of Dolgellau offers 23 newly refurbished bedrooms and will put Dolgellau on the map for many years to come.
Superb views from the Arran Mountains in the East, to Barmouth and Cardigan Bay in the West.
Precipice Walk offers panoramic views of the Mawddach river below and on towards the mountains.
The DVD combines photographs of Southern Snowdonia with original music.