Snowdonia has earnt a reputation as one of the best places in the UK for outdoor pursuits, in particular Mountain Biking. With Coed Y Brenin bike centre around 10 miles away and Dyfi Bike park about 15 miles away and lots more trails to discover all over Snowdonia it is easy to see why.
Set in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, we have plenty to see and do, right on our doorstep.
If you like hiking and walking, we have Mountains and streams. Family days out at the beach or activity centres like Zip World. Mountain biking is a way of life for some here, with Coed Y Brenin bike centre and Dyfi Bike Park just a short distance away.
Come and Discover Snowdonia
Possibly Snowdonia's number one attraction is it's Mountains.
Snowdon is the highest and sits a little further north and then close by we have Cader Idris, sitting within view from our Guesthouse.
The Mach Loop is famous for it's low flying military air traffic, which uses this flight path for training. If aviation photography is your thing, or you just fancy watching some fast jets fly through the valley at eye level, then the Mach Loop isnt to be missed.
(Please note that they can only be seen during the week).
Great, local food.
Located just 1.2 miles from Dolgellau, we are lucky to have so many great places to eat, just a short distance away.
With bakeries, cafe's and restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice. Y Sospan prides itself on locally sourced produce and a menu that moves with the seasons.
Prepare for a truly unique and exhilarating experience; the fastest zip line in the world. Soar over Penrhyn Quarry where you could travel at speeds of over 100mph while you take in the breathtaking views and feel the freedom of flight.
Corris Caft Centre
Corris Craft Centre sits in the UNESCO world heritage Dyfi biosphere and is just 15 minutes away by car. Perfect for families, or a rainy day, here you will find 9 unique craft centres to explore.
There is pottery, glass, candles, woodwork, chocolate and a Gin dystillery! There is also a cafe and a playpark.
Designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the early 20th century, Portmeirion's Riviera inspired houses, ornamental garden and campanile are a beautiful pocket of madness like no other.