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B and Bs in Tywyn

Dolffanog Fach
Talyllyn
Tywyn
North Wales

LL36 9AJ | View map
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In the heart of Snowdonia, Dolffanog Fach nestles by the side of Talyllyn lake and at the foot of the awe inspiring mountain of Cader Idris.This traditional 17th Century Welsh farmhouse, has an indulgent 21st Century feel: stylish, modern, and affordable.Sample freshly prepared local or home grown produce, freshly cooked and served in an intimate candlelit, slate floored dining room.Rooms are tastefully simple with a contemporary feel, exuding quality taste and warmth, and are named after local mountains and rivers.For those guests who appreciate the therapeutic effects of a sauna, we have created an oasis of calm.

Our large 6 person Finnish sauna is complimented by a relaxing chaisse longue, bathrobes, magazines and a driftwood "throne".The emphasis of a B&B has to be on its beds. At Dolffanog Fach you will never sleep on anything but sumptuous white Egyptian linen. We believe that the only flowers in a bedroom ought to be fresh, (not on walls and quilts) and in a beautiful vase.

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Nearest Train Station: Machynlleth
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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From £54
Twin: From £54
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