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Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel
Llanaber
Barmouth
North Wales

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Llwyndu Farmhouse Hotel stands at the base of the Rhinog Mountains overlooking Cardigan Bay with stunning views over the Lleyn Peninsula and just a couple of miles north of Barmouth on the coast of Snowdonia. Peter & Paula Thompson would like to extend a very warm welcome to you and invite you to spend a few days of relaxation in an area of stunning beauty...

The old farmhouse, a grade II listed building was built sometime between 1585 and the early 1600s has been restored to provide very comfortable ensuite accommodation in some very interesting rooms with beams, inglenooks, a stone spiral staircase and a great sense of history. We also have a converted granary with further bedrooms. The accommodation is combined with an informal and cheery welcome, good food and a selection of reasonably priced wines. All designed to make your stay in these parts both a pleasure and memorable.

You can dine at Llwyndu in a splendid atmosphere of oak beams, huge inglenook fireplaces, beautiful stone, candlelight and perhaps a little music, imaginative food and fine wines. Llwyndu makes an excellent and interesting venue for small party gatherings and reunions also...

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Ratings/Awards: AA/WTB 4 Star Guest Accommodation
AA & WTB Dinner Award
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

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Double: 44 - 48
Four Poster: 48 - 52
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