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  • Where to stay near coed y brenin ??
  • Premier Icon bigyim
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    Got three or four of us planning to go to coed y brenin this September. We normally stop in the holiday village with all the log cabins but it appears to be booked up. So any suggestions on one I may have missed? Most seem fully booked at the moment

    Premier Icon richardkennerley
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    Air BnB in dolgellau?

    Premier Icon lunge
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    Not been for a while, but I’ve stayed here a few times and it was cracking. https://caegwynfarm.co.uk/

    Premier Icon bigyim
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    Can’t find anything too local on air bnb and that ones fully booked lunge 🙁

    Premier Icon thelawman
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    YHA at Dolgellau might be worth checking out. They’re mostly private rooms with facilities rather than old-style dorms nowadays.
    Edit. Hmm, the graphics in the Availability Calendar section for the 3 & 6 bed rooms suggests they’re either fully booked for months, or not really open yet. It was just a thought.

    Premier Icon coatesy
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    I’ve been staying at Heulwen Guest House whenever possible for more years than I care to remember, lovely people, beautiful house & surroundings,excellent breakfasts, garage for bike storage, and reasonable prices too. Worth giving them a call or email direct on 01341 423085 or heulwen.co.uk

    Premier Icon neilthewheel
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    Plas Isa is an independent hostel in the middle of Dolgellau. Excellent.

    Premier Icon jkomo
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    The Ship in Dolgellau only one twin room so…

    Premier Icon balfour
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    Second for Plas Isa, lovely place

    Premier Icon bigyim
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    Plas isa is two night minimum booking 🙁 it’s looking desperate out there!! Haha

    Premier Icon Ambrose
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    We have just come back from Tanygrisiau. About 20 mins drive from CyB and five mins ride from Antur Stiniog. Perhaps worth a look?

    Premier Icon SteveTheBarbarian
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    Barmouth. It’s not far away, and nice to go out in the evening – especially if you fancy a curry.

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