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Gwrach Ynys Country House
North Wales

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A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Gwrach Ynys, a 4 Star Edwardian country house situated in glorious tranquillity nestled between the Rhinog mountains and the sandy beaches of the Cambrian coast.

The house is surrounded by an acre of lawned garden with mature trees from where guest can enjoy panoramic views from mount Snowdon in the north to Harlech Castle 2 miles to the south.

The house is roomy and spacious with a choice of two lounges. The bedrooms are en-suite and tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard. From each bedroom guest can enjoy rural views over the garden to the hills beyond. Each bedroom is well appointed with, colour TV, tea making facilities, hair dryers and clock radio plus other little extras.

Gwrach Ynys is the ideal base for walking and exploring Snowdonia and North Wales. Close to Harlech Castle, Italian village of Portmeirion, Ffestiniog Railway, Royal St.David's Golf Club, Snowdon and numerous sandy beaches. Dozens of footpaths criss cross the area offering a multitude of walks - stiff climbs to gentle ramblers, coastal strolls to woodland trails. Something to suite all tastes, the choice is endless. Discover for yourself the treasures the area has to offer.


Ratings/Awards: WTB 4 Stars
AA 4 Q Select
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Double: 32 - 38 - Supplement charged for single occupancy
Twin: 32 - 38 - Supplement charged for single occupancy
Single: 32 - Not ensuite
Suite: Family room to sleep 2 Adults and 1 Child - 75 to 85 B&B per room per night
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
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