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Reviewed November 2, 2015

First time visit to the area visiting family just moved and in the midst of the chaos of renovations. Needed a bed for one night close by: chose on-line and Coed Cae worked perfectly.
Now, if only we had been able to stay for a week, to enjoy all the well-appointed amenities of this cosy place with its friendly, helpful, interesting owners and learn from their knowledge and experience...! We found Coed Cae is perfectly located for retireds wanting days exploring this pretty end of Snowdonia and the coast and can see it would be a great base for 'les sportifs' seeking the challenge of the mountain terrain on the doorstep. Relaxing in the evening before a cheery fire in the wood stove - then one of Jacky's breakfasts next morning really topped off our all too brief stay. Next time....!

Room tip: only three..can't go wrong
Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank David R
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Reviewed October 28, 2015 via mobile

Had a fantastic 5 day break at Coed Cae. The room was excellent and spacious. Breakfast fit for a King. Hosts were
extremely helpful. The location is great for exploring South Snowdonia, the Maddawch trail, Cadar Idris and the coast. Good bikes available to hire.

Date of stay: October 2015
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank pauline i
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Reviewed October 11, 2015

The minute we rolled up, I new it was going to be a good stay. Jackie and Graham are just so friendly, the accommodation was superb. In such a lovely surrounding, and even though it is quiet and secluded, there is a pub you can walk to and saw such a lovely sunset down the estuary. One of those places where you say "we will be back"

Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank D7055IHandyp
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Reviewed October 6, 2015

We have recently returned from a 2 night stay at Coed Cae and have to say we had an excellent time.

The great location makes it a perfect base to travel into Snowdonia National Park or down the West Coast. It's right in the heart of the Mawwddach estuary, right next door to the Mawwddach trial for those cycling enthusiasts among you (or walking for that matter)... And just across the river is the George III pub, an absolute must if you're staying in the Dolgellau area and worth a trip to even if you're not.

Whilst small, Coed Cae has a lovely 'family' feel to the place. We were greeted by Jacky & Graham's lovely two Collies who are incredibly friendly - As is Jacky (we didn't get to meet Graham, unfortunately). She's a wonderful host and very attentive - to the point you will receive a very lovely and comprehensive welcoming email when you book. Importantly for us, they allow dogs (but only in 1 room so availability might be limited at peak times) which meant our two little terrors could join us on our little family trip.

If you're looking for a quiet evening in, we would definitely recommend asking Jacky to cook you a meal... Wonderful home cooking at a very reasonable price. And the breakfast is divine, as well.

They provide a bike rental service should you decide to head out into the countryside. Definitely utilise Jacky's excellent local knowledge and the plethora or reference books on the area to help guide planning your activities.

Overall, a really lovely little place in a great location. Highly recommended to anyone visiting the area.

Thank you Jacky & Graham!

Room tip: Be sure to make a point of requesting a dog friendly room at the time of booking due to limited availability.
Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank anjflavin85
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Reviewed September 28, 2015

We stayed with our lovely hosts for a long weekend. Great people and a very professionally run B&B business. We stayed in the family room (one double, two singles and with en suite). All very clean and with lots of space. Breakfast was a delight - very wholesome and lots of local produce. The two collie dogs are very friendly and our two boys spent some quality time just throwing toys for them to fetch, yet they were also well trained and unobtrusive (the dogs that is...wish I could say the same for my children). Free WIFI is available, and our hosts were happy to store our 4 Mountain Bikes securely.

The location is fabulous. I haven't visited this part of Wales before and frankly found it stunning - such gorgeous countryside. Barmouth is stunning and all the restaurants we visited were well above expectations. Cycling along the trail and over the bridges made it the best get-away-from-it-all break for a long time. Happy kids, happy family.

Thoroughly recommended.

Room tip: Family room was ideal, well equipped and good size
Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank thewobblywombat
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