Things to see and do - Dolgellau
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Dolgellau Travel guide
Dolgellau : Michelin's recommendations
This little town, where dark stone buildings cluster around the market square, is in the beautiful Mawddach Valley in the middle of Snowdonia National Park. Cadair Idris, although less than 900m high, is one of the most challenging mountains in Britain. It is best climbed by the Minffordd Path that starts on the southern flank. Precipice Walk, a marked footpath not far from the village, affords magnificent views of the mountains.
Islawrdref GB - Dolgellau LL40 1TL
Situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of Fox's Path on Cadair Idris, With views of its own 12-acre lake, Gwernan Hotel offers easy access to outdoor activities such as fishing, walking/climbing, and cycling. Guests also benefi..
Dolgellau GB - Dolgellau LL402AG
This Victorian country house hotel is in Snowdonia National Park, looking out over its own quiet grounds to the hills and mountains. It has luxury rooms and an award-winning restaurant. The Dolserau Hall Hotel was built in 1860 and has many original..
Penmaenpool GB - Dolgellau LL40 1YD
Set on the banks of the magnificent Mawddach Estuary, this charming hotel is immersed within the spectacular scenery of the Cader Idris and Snowdonian mountain ranges. A haven of peace and tranquillity, George III is situated in the small hamlet o..
Smithfield Sq GB - Dolgellau LL40 1ES
Penmaenpool GB - Dolgellau LL40 1YB
GB - Llanelltyd LL40 2TA
Stylish barn conversion run by two brothers and set on the family farm. The terrace and airy first floor dining room offer superb views over the mountains and estuary. Unfussy cooking uses farm-bred meats and displays Italian influences.