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B and Bs in Harlech

Morlyn Guest House
Llandanwg
Harlech
North Wales

LL46 2SB | View map

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Set in the quiet and peaceful village of Llandanwg and enjoying sensational views of the mountains, lagoon and the sea. Situated just a short level stroll (400yards) from the beach,with its fantastic sunsets and views of the LLeyn Peninsula.

A relaxed and welcoming atmosphere awaits, with comfortable and spacious en-suite accommodation, each room with either a balcony or sun terrace. A variable evening menu available to order, offering freshly prepared and local produce wherever possible. Alternatively you can cater for yourselves in our two-bed apartment (sleeps 4). The guest house is licensed, has off-road parking for guests and welcomes all well-behaved pets.

Walkers and cyclists are most welcome, with drying facilities and secure bike storage available. We have wireless internet connection, and faxing/photocopying facilities, if required. Three minutes out of Harlech by car, or a one minute walk from the station if arriving by Cambrian Coast line.

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