Bed and Breakfast accommodation with a warm welcome at Afon Rhaiadr Country House, Dolgellau, at the foot of Cader Idris, within the Snowdonia National Park. Visit Wales 5 star award.
A lovely 5* Victorian Country House boutique bed and breakfast. Recently refurbished and stylishly decorated throughout. Chandeliers and luxurious soft furnishings, candle-lit dining(advance booking required). Elegant cosy drawing room with doors to the gardens and conservatory. Furnished with an eclectic mix including Victorian and Edwardian antiques. All bedrooms are sumptuously decorated and have luxury bathrooms. There is ample seating around the gardens for you to enjoy and a woodland walk over the waterfall bridge and Victorian pool for the more adventurous. The popular area of Coed y Brenin forestry park for mountain biking, cycling & woodland walks is only a short distance away, which is a great example of the natural wonders of Snowdon. North & Mid Wales is a walkers paradise including Mawddach trail, Cader Idris, Torrent and Precipice walks plus many more. http://www.eryri-npa.gov.uk/visiting/walking
Afon Rhaiadr Country House bed and breakfast – loosely translates to ‘house by the river and waterfall’ and uses an old spelling of Rhaeadr (waterfall). You may find it easier to pronounce it as ‘Avon Ryader’.
- Idyllic surroundings at Afon Rhaiadr bed and breakfast for a relaxing peaceful break, or for the more adventurous..
- White water rafting, kayaking, mountain biking http://www.forestry.gov.uk/coedybrenin and much more, then return to a little luxury
- Guided walks & tours can be arranged through celticos.com & birdsofsnowdonia.com see our activities and attractions page for links. Special packages can be arranged to suit your preference.
- Wildlife/nature breaks. Foraging. Bird watching – Osprey, Red Kyte & many more.
We look forward to welcoming you, from Martin, Jan and super cute, puppies Jess & Olly who also welcome pets by arrangement ( £10 per night).
Access statement and directions are located on the ‘contact us‘ page