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B and Bs in Llanbedr

The Old Farmhouse
Dyffryn Ardudwy
Llanbedr
North Wales

LL44 2DW | View map

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Enjoy the comforts of a hotel with the friendliness and informality of our renovated farmhouse.
It is an ideal centre for touring Snowdonia, walking or just total relaxation by our large outdoor seasonally heated swimming pool and year-round heated hot spa whilst enjoying the breathtaking views of Snowdonia and the coast.

This area of Secret Snowdonia offers visitors a wide range of interests including over 5 miles of one of Britain's few Blue Flag beaches. There are lots of castles and historic sites and visitor attractions including slate mines, little trains of Wales, Portmeirion and numerous and varied walks. There are quiet lanes for cyclists and stunning scenery, all of which are on the doorstep or within a short drive.

The Old Farmhouse sits 350 feet above sea level and looks out over Cardigan Bay to the Llyn Peninsular in 1 acres of garden and originally dates from around 1600. It offers guests the traditional atmosphere of an old farmhouse but with the benefit of every modern convenience.

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