Hotel Accommodation in Machynlleth
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A warm welcome awaits you at The Buckley Pines Hotel; a family run hotel with much charm and character. We are sure you will enjoy your stay and leave feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Nestling within the beautiful Dyfi Valley, with the River Dyfi (Dovey) located behind the Hotel we are situated on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy, Gwynedd, within the stunning scenery of the Snowdonia National
IN THE HEART OF THE DYFI VALLEY, set amid specimen trees and gold award winning gardens, you will find the tranquillity of this hidden oasis. This time-honoured site was well chosen for peace and serenity. The ancient house dates back in written history to the 6th century and commands stunning views across the Dyfi Valley to Snowdonia National Park beyond. View South at Plas Dolguog over River Dyfi
A warm welcome awaits you at the White Lion Hotel. With its original oak beams, inglenook fireplace and cobbled forecourt, the hotel still retains its long history as a traditional coaching inn. Popular with locals and visitors alike, the White Lion is an ideal base from which to explore Machynlleth and the beautiful Dyfi Valley, the Cambrian Mountains and the sandy beaches of the Cardigan Bay coast.
This rambling, Georgian building was once the coaching inn for the Shrewsbury Stage. It was described by The Sunday Times as "a bit of a Tardis", being actually much more spacious than at first appears, yet retaining an essential intimacy. It has long been a place for the weary traveller to rest. As the main hotel in the centre of town, The Wynnstay is a major social centre, a place to meet old friends
Solitude is precious and readily available at Ynyshir Hall, once owned by Queen Victoria and set amongst breathtaking scenery in the secret heart of Wales. Cradled in 14 acres of glorious gardens, the house sits midst the splendour of the Dyfi Estuary, surrounded by mountains that were once the refuge of the Celtic princes and has been cherished by a succession of eminent owners. A wonderful sense