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B and Bs in Blaenau Ffestiniog

The Don
147 High Street
Blaenau Ffestiniog
North Wales

LL41 3AX | View map

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The Don is a family run bed & breakfast in the heart of Snowdonia. At The Don we hope to provide a warm welcome for you to our family home. We offer comfortable accommodation with a traditional breakfast to help you on your way the next day. There are 3 rooms, 2 en-suite with stunning views to the rear of the property and 1 room which has separate facilities to the front. Please bear in mind we do have pets (cats & dogs) and children of our own. We do have one room accessible from the ground floor with a shower, suitable to the “less mobile” guest. We are open all year round.The Don is perfectly located to explore Snowdonia and North Wales. Walks of the Moelwyns just minutes away, the views of the mountains to the rear breathtaking at any time of the day. There is convenient access to transport to all the local attractions, which include—the famous Ffestiniog Steam Railway, The Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Portmeirion Village, Snowdonia National Park and also access to the coast and the beaches is not far away.

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