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Postcode: LL40 | code search
Population: 2700
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Dolserau Hall Hotel
"Good Points: The evening meal was excellent quality and value. The room was well appointed and very comfortable. An ideal place to relax. General review: Lovely setting and very ..." More

Dolserau Hall Hotel
"Good Points: The evening meal was excellent quality and value. General review: Lovely setting and very attentive staff.

Date visited: 2009-09-23 ..." More

The Royal Ship Hotel
"I agree with Davids review dated 1st April 2009.Very clean, meals freshly cooked & excellent in lovely surroundings. A pretty hotel situated in lovely location. The staff were friendly and ..." More

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The old market town of Dolgellau lies in the southern part of Snowdonia National Park at the head of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary. Dominated by the beautiful peak of Cader Idris, it has a stunning backdrop of mountains and spectacular scenery. The distinctive streets are lined with listed stone buildings of architectural interest. There is a wide range of shops, numerous places to stay and a variety of pubs and restaurants.

The area is steeped in history from Celtic to Roman and later the Quaker movement. Dolgellau is a walkers' and cyclists' paradise, suitable for all abilities. Coed y Brenin nearby has the internationally renowned mountain bike centre and there is also the Mawddach Trail for cycling or walking, along the south side of the estuary and over to Barmouth. Within a few miles of the town there are RSPB and nature reserves, waterfalls, woodlands, lakes and rivers - ideal for fishing. Nearby are the old gold mines that supply the Royal Family.

A touch further, you will find the legendary castles of North Wales, some of the world's largest slate mines, steam railways, the Italienate village of Portmeirion and much more.

With its amenities, relaxing atmosphere and always a warm welcome - you're sure to enjoy your stay. Population 2,700


Evans & Owen
Robert Davies & Co


Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre
Cymer Abbey
Go Ape!


Torrent Walk Campsite

Care Home

Cerrig Camu


Bryn Cleifion Hall
Bwthyn Cerddin
National Trust Cottages
Ty'n Y Ffordd
Yr Efail


Dental Health Centre



Estate Agent

Lloyd Jones Walter & Co

Golf Club

Dolgellau Golf Club


Dolgellau Thursday Market
Farmers Mart

Pub and Bar

Cross Keys Inn
George III

Gwernan Hotel
Stag Inn
Tafarn Y Gader
Unicorn Inn


Dolserau Hall Hotel
Dylanwad Da Restaurant
George III
Gwernan Hotel
Lemon Grass
Y Sospan


Aran Hall School


National Trust Cottages
Ty'n Y Ffordd


J Charles Hughes & Co


Dereks Taxis
Kevin's Private Hire


Tudor Lawson Dallimore & Parry

Sports Clubs

Dolgellau CC (Cricket)


Siop Flodau
Partridge Opticians

Rowlands Pharmacy


Go Ape!(Adventure)
The Trekking Centre(Riding)
Up 4 Adventure(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Dolgellau

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The Royal Ship Hotel (0.06 miles)

The Royal Ship Hotel
Bernhard & Angela offer you a warm welcome to The Royal Ship Hotel, Dolgellau. The Royal Ship Hotel is an early 19th century Coaching Inn, in the heart of the old Market Town of Dolgellau, ... More | visit website
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Y Meirionnydd (0.12 miles)

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A classic Georgian townhouse, Y Meirionnydd is a fine listed building - one of Dolgellau’s most prominent landmarks. Stunning period features are blended beautifully with contemporary twists. There are large ... More

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Ffynnon (0.21 miles)


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At Ffynnon, we give you a special place to unwind and relax in complete comfort.Situated at the foot of Cader Idris in Southern Snowdonia, we offer sumptuous accommodation from which ... More | visit website

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Dolgun Uchaf Guesthouse (1.02 miles)

Dolgun Uchaf Guesthouse
Dolgun Uchaf an Award Winning Four star Bed and Breakfast provides elegant ensuite accommodation in the Old Market Town of Dolgellau.Built in the Sixteen Hundreds this Once Medieval Hall House; has been tastefully decorated keeping ... More | visit website
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Fronoleu Country Hotel (1.42 miles)

Fronoleu Country Hotel

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Secretly secluded, surrounded by wild Welsh beauty and overlooking the magnificent Mawddach estuary, this unique country hotel emanates a warm and friendly atmosphere, and is deeply embedded in local history ... More | visit website

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Pandy Isaf Country House B&B (1.60 miles)

Pandy Isaf Country House B&B
Pandy Isaf now offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a luxurious new guest wing comprising two en suite double bedrooms and one self contained suite. In addition to a truly scrumptious breakfast we offer our ... More | visit website
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Dolserau Hall Hotel (1.79 miles)

Dolserau Hall Hotel

Set in 5 acres of wonderful gardens and surrounded by farm meadows bordering the River Wnion, Dolserau Hall Country House Hotel is a magnificent Victorian mansion built in 1863. The hotel has 3 separate lounges, ... More | visit website

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Gwesty Gwernan Hotel (1.92 miles)

Gwesty Gwernan Hotel
With Cadair Idris literally in our back garden, we offer a unique location that combines luxury with the natural overwhelming backdrop of Snowdonia's riches. At Gwesty Gwernan , expect your stay to be as memorable ... More | visit website
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Penmaenuchaf Hall (1.93 miles)

Penmaenuchaf Hall

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A blend of dignity and style, supreme comfort, cuisine and service can be applied without question to this Hotel. Stunning location overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and set within the ... More

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Coed Cae (2.71 miles)

Coed Cae

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Coed Cae is a traditional stone cottage set within the southern reaches of the Snowdonia National Park. Situated in its own wooded garden on the Mawddach estuary with spectacular views. ... More

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