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Glandwr Mill boasts an idyllic location, nestled away in an elevated position beside the Mawddach estuary, less than two miles from Barmouth.
The main house built in Sir Clough Williams-Ellis style presents an elegant yet informal holiday experience. The house combined with the mill cottage and granary in part dating back to the 17th century, are set within magnificent terraced gardens and woodland totalling around 4.5 acres. The river Dwynant divides the gardens in two with its ever present gurgle of water. The principal garden and terraces are extensively planted with mature Camellias, Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Maples and Acers, creating truly exceptional colour in both spring and autumn. A warm welcome awaits you in the main house. Afternoon tea is served in the large south facing first floor lounge. The picture windows provide stunning views of the estuary and the Cader Idris range beyond. It’s a panorama we never tire of due to the ever changing light. In winter with a coal fire burning and snow on the hills it adds yet another dimension.
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Information on Glandwr Mill B&B , Glandwr , Barmouth
|B&B Price per person from:||£ 40.00 - £43.00 (based on two people sharing a double room)|
|Dinner available from:||£ 25.00|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Delta, Mastercard, Maestro / Switch, Visa|
|Bedrooms:||2 , consisting of 1 double en-suite, 1 flexible double/twin en-suite|
||5 Star Visit Wales|
Clock Radio, DVD in Rooms, Flat Screen TV, Freeview, Wi-Fi, Mini Fridges, Egyptian Cotton Sheets, Goosedown Duvets, Tea & Coffee Facilities, Toiletries Provided, Under Floor Heating
Spectacular Gardens, Private Parking
Badminton, Golf, Sea Fishing, Bird Watching, Wildlife, Blue Flag Beach, Climbing, Cycling, Horse Riding, Jogging, Walking
|Local directions:||From Dolgellau take the A496 to Barmouth, after approx 3 ½ miles you will go through the village of Bontddu, after a further 2 ¾ miles you will approach a double bend marked with chevron signs (indicate right when approaching this bend). Glandwr Mill is off the lay-by on your right hand side. Please see website for Google Map.|
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Review of Glandwr Mill
Posted on by LittlevoiceType of travel: Couples
We stayed here for 2 nights on 3rd & 4th September in the Sea Grass room. We were given tea on the patio when we arrived with delicious home made lemon cake which was still warm from the oven. The room was lovely with a comfy bed and wonderful views over the estuary. The Sea Grass room has a shower room, which although small, has everything you need and, as with the rest of the room, was beautifully fitted out. Elaine and Neil were great hosts, really friendly and couldn't do enough for you. The breakfast was amazing with fresh fruit, including my favourite blueberries, yoghurt, and cereals followed by a huge cooked breakfast if you wanted. Elaine cooked us a delicious mushroom omelette on our second morning. All the ingredients were good quality, cooked to perfection and the food well presented. We spent one evening relaxing in the lounge on one of the huge comfy sofa's, again with views over the estuary. The gardens are worth visiting alone and they obviously spend a lot of time looking after it. With a stream running through it and a small waterfall hidden round the back of the house, the garden is definitely worth investigating. We had a quick look in the Moss room, after the other guests had left and that room was also beautifully decorated and finished and had a wonderful bathroom. A fantastic location for exploring Snowdonia and wonderful beaches. We will return!
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