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Inns in Dolgellau

The Royal Ship Hotel
Queens Square
Dolgellau
North Wales

LL40 1AR | View map
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Bernhard & Angela offer you a warm welcome to The Royal Ship Hotel, Dolgellau. The Royal Ship Hotel is an early 19th century Coaching Inn, in the heart of the old Market Town of Dolgellau, is ideally situated to explore the beauty of North and Mid Wales.Only two hours drive from three international airports, located in the Snowdonia National Park, one of the most picturesque countrysides imaginable, surrounded by mountains, rivers and fishing lakes, only a few minutes drive to the coast of the Irish Sea, it is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday or short break.Surrounded by Mountains, Rivers, Lakes and the Seaside, you are spoiled for choice of the activities this stunning landscape has to offer.What ever your idea of a relaxing break from a hectic life may be, you will definitely find the right thing to do.Walking, Biking, Lake & River Fishing, Wild Water Rafting, Canoeing, Hill Climbing, High Adventure, Trekking, Golfing, Bird WatchingA family run hotel, this historical building has been extensively modernised and extended over the years. Behind its attractive ivy-clad facade, 23 individual furnished Bedrooms, Bar and Restaurant is on offer and provides our guests with the ideal atmosphere for a memorable stay.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets are welcome. Children welcome. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00.

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