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B and Bs in Dolgellau

Ty Seren Bed & Breakfast
Meyrick Street
Dolgellau
North Wales

LL40 1LN | View map
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Ty Seren (in English Star House) is a 209 year old former woolen mill located in the centre of the lovely market town of Dolgellau, Gwynedd. If you like peace and tranquility in an affordable family-run Bed and Breakfast then this is the place for you. The accommodation - all on the first floor - comprises 3 individually decorated en-suite rooms with tea trays and televisions; a family room sleeping up to four, a double room and a single room. We can especially cater for groups of up to 6 Mountain Bikers coming to the nearby Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre, as we have excellent storage in our large cellar and washing facilities for muddy bikes and clothes. The house has many character features, such as slate flagstones, oak staircase, large inglenook fireplace and oak beams, and also has the very unusual feature of an exterior 'stone' staircase winding round the back of the building. Ty Seren lies just off of the main square of Dolgellau, a minutes walk from the nearest pub/restaurant and also 2 minutes walk from Ty Siamas, the new National Folk Music Centre of Wales. The house itself has a checkered history, at one time being a pub called The Star (Seren is Welsh for Star), at another housing three evacuated families on the 'open plan' weaving floor up-stairs, we also have one of the earliest flat roof shop extensions in the area, circa.1860!

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