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B and Bs in Dolgellau

The Slate Shed
Arthog
Dolgellau
North Wales

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Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Snowdonia National Park serves up breathtaking views and big breakfasts in style. We are proud to have been selected by The Independent Magazine as one of the 50 Best British B & Bs. The former Victorian slate cutting mill has been fully refurbished with furniture custom made by local crafts makers, modern design classics and traditional Welsh materials. Our dining area and best bedrooms overlook the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and mountains: watch the tide come in over breakfast, see the sun set over a drink on the terrace. Explore Graig Wen's 45 acres of wild woods and meadows leading down to the Mawddach Trail from Barmouth to Dolgellau or follow footpaths into the hills. Our breakfasts range from a full Welsh cooked breakfast of locally cured bacon and free range eggs and sausage from the neighbouring farm to a continental with fresh fruit, Welsh cheese, croissant and home made granola. We are licensed to serve alcohol and simple evening snacks can be provided by arrangement. There are good local restuarants and pubs to eat out with 5 minutes drive in Dolgellau and Fairbourne.

Other attractions with easy reach include Blue flag sandy beaches, mountain biking and Go Ape hire wire adventure at Coed y Brenin, Harlech Castle, Centre for Alterntive Technology and Portmeirion.

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