I thought I had written a review as I stayed here in June when a friend and I were running in the Trail Marathon Wales. The location is wonderful in a tiny little village and we were welcomed by Heulwen and Andy with a warm smile and a pot of tea.
Great hosts, very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The breakfasts were a feast in themselves and the view from the room wonderful.
Coed Y Brenin is nearby so handy for MTB'ers walkers or anyone going to visit Go Ape. Barmouth with its sandy beaches is only 20 minutes away so you really are in a great location.
Will be staying there in 2013 providing it's not already booked up!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Heulwen Guest House lies on the outskirts of Llanfachreth, a tiny village close to the centre of the Snowdonia National Park 31/2 miles from the old market town of Dolgellau. It is owned and run by Heulwen and Andy Watts, who established the business in 1985.The spacious south-facing bungalow is set in its own landscaped garden with magnificent views of the mountains and forests. This tranquil setting offers you the choice of forest walks, hill climbing, fishing, mountain biking or just touring the area by car. All Guest rooms have TV-DVD, clock radio alarms and beverage facilities.An ideal centre for exploring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park ... more less