My wife and I stayed here only for a three nights but without a doubt, we'll be back. Everything about Dolffanog Fawr was absolutely spot-on and there really isn't an element that could be faulted or improved. Set in seriously stunning scenery too!
We have stayed in many different guesthouse/hotels around the UK and the world, many much more expensive but none as nice as this place. The hosts, Alex and Lorraine make you feel very welcome and relaxed. The food is top class restaurant quality and the wine list is extensive (& very reasonably priced for the quality).
There is a lot to do in the surrounding area and in particular, climbing Cadair Idris is a must. As is recovering in the hot tub afterwards looking at the spectacular views with a cold beer and a G&T (once you're in you may never get out of the it though...).
Anyway, we cannot recommend enough so if you are looking for somewhere excellent, don't look any further!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the stunning Tal-y-llyn valley - one of the most beautiful spots in Wales. With the slopes of Cader Idris virtually rising from the back garden to the north and the less explored Tarren hills to the south, the house also enjoys excellent views across sheep pasture to Tal-y-llyn lake. We welcome you to our warm and comfortable home. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dolffanog Fawr Tal-y-Llyn, Wales