Accommodation & Dining

Talyllyn, mid Wales

Ty’n y Cornel Hotel

Situated on the banks of the Talyllyn Lake and nestling under towering hills, the Ty’n y Cornel Hotel , listed in the 2011 Good Hotel Guide, must be one of the most beautifully situated in mid Wales.

A renowned fishing hostelry for 200 years, you can still watch the trout jumping in the lake. The hotel has recently been extensively refurbished. The menu uses ingredients that are as local as possible, prepared with passion, and served with relaxed informality.

Dovey Cottages

Interested in staying longer in the area?  Dovey Cottages provides self-catering properties in Aberdovey and surrounding areas, within easy reach of the renowned peaks of Cader Idris, Aran Fawddwy, Aran Benllyn, the Rhinogs, as well as the birth place of the River Severn in the imposing Plynlimon range.  Both the Dyfi (Dovey) and Dysynni valleys have their own wild and rugged charm, which provides outstanding opportunities for all types of walker and wild life enthusiasts.

Cross FoXes Bar Grill and Rooms

Situated at the very foot of Cadair Idris, the Cross FoXes is such a well-known landmark it gives the local area its name. It has recently undergone a massive rebuilding programme, using the best natural local materials, blending them with a contemporary design to create a new concept for south Snowdonia – a spectacular Welsh bar & grill with rooms.

The bar and grill uses the finest locally sourced seasonal food and drinks.

Gwesty Minffordd Hotel

The Gwesty Minfffordd Hotel is a charming retreat and good restaurant situated at the very foot of the lofty Cadair Idris and at the end of the Talyllyn Valley.  Original parts of the hotel are over 450 years old, previously an old drovers’ inn, with beamed ceilings and many original features.  The chef is passionate about fresh locally sourced ingredients, so you’ll eat well in this beautifully situated hotel.

Gwent Levels, south east Wales

Brick House

Situated in the heart of the Gwent Levels, on the outskirts of Redwick village Brick House is a beautiful, comfortable old Georgian country house. Swathed in virginia creeper, turning the entire house a brilliant vermillion red in the autumn, Brick House has a history dating back as far as the 15th century.

All the peaceful rooms overlook the beautifully tended gardens, with views out over the Levels. Tawny owls nest in nearby trees and the hissing call of hungry young owlets can be heard on still summer nights.

The Golden Lion in Magor

The Golden Lion sits in the village square in the centre of the charming village of Magor, on the edge of the Gwent Levels. An integral part of the village community, with a history dating back to the 1600s, it has been recently renovated. The award-winning head chef uses fresh local produce wherever possible to create a dazzling menu.


Pembrokeshire Coast, west Wales

Slate Mill Lodge

Slate Mill Lodge  is a completely restored 14th Century corn-mil on the beautiful Dale Peninsular.   The Lodge is situated just minutes from Dale and Marloes, convenient for Skomer embarkations.  It is located in superb peaceful surroundings, in its own grounds, and is very well apportioned with rooms arranged in suites, many with their own kitchen facilities.  The host, David, is a chef par excellence, and takes great pride in his cooking and his locally sourced ingredients, and makes all his guests extremely welcome.

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