Guest houses in Gwynedd
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Dolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales
Dolgun Uchaf is a 500 year old building that started life as a late Medieval Hall which later became a meeting house for Quakers. The old oak panelling give this farmhouse real character.
Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales
Gwynfor and Deborah warmly welcome you to sample the delights of their secluded Edwardian country home set in peaceful countryside in the Snowdonia National Park – an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales
Plas-Y-Nant is a Country House and Conference Centre set amidst 12 acres of beautiful Welsh Mountainside.
Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales
A warm welcome and spectacular scenery awaits you at this former Welsh Manor House dating from 1644. Set in 20 acres of mountainside and gardens, peace and tranquility are assured at this ultimate mountain retreat, a short walk away from the award winning village of Beddgelert in the heart of Snowdonia.
Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd, Wales
An early Victorian Sea Captains home, Llys Olwen was established in 1972 by the present owners Ann and David Middleton. Over the years it has been tastefully restored featuring antiques sympathetic to the period of the house. The public rooms make full use of the original woodwork, reflecting the Victorian period with tapestries and floral decorations.