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Gwynedd

Gwynedd is on the north western side of Wales and most of the county lies in the Snowdonia National Park with the spectacular Snowdonia mountain ranges and the Cambrian Coast. Snowdonia has some of Britains finest scenery and most breathtaking views with the highest range of mountains in either England or Wales. Gwynedd has many tourist attractions to offer - narrow-gauge railways, mysterious prehistoric remains, stately homes, castles, woollen mills, heritage centres, country parks, art galleries, museums and craft shops which specialise in everything from Welsh tapestries to items carved from slate. The Snowdon Mountain Railway takes you to the summit of Snowdon from Llanberis, making mountainering slightly more easy.


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Dolawel Guest House


Blaenau Ffestiniog
Tel: 01766 830511
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At Dolawel Guesthouse we provide 4 Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of Snowdonia. Facilities Include: 5 Ensuite bedrooms with TV/DVD. Off road private parking. Tea/Coffee facilities in rooms. Beautiful gardens. Special diets catered for. Secure lockup for bikes. Free WiFi....

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Llwyn Derw


Porthmadog
Tel: 01766 513869
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Llwyn Derw is a Grade 2 listed Arts and Craft period house which is well preserved with good interior features, tastefully refurbished with modern facilities. The features include an impressive oak stair well hall and an unusual fireplace with panelled back and copper art nouveau details in the...

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The Old Rectory


Pwllheli
Tel: 01758 721519
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Gary and Lindsay Ashcroft invite you to stay at The Old Rectory, Boduan, a tasteful Georgian family home offering WTB 5 star bed and breakfast. Attention to detail is our key to meeting the expectations of all guests. As you are welcomed into The Old Rectory a spacious hall gives you an idea of the...




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