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Plas Mawr
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Plas Mawr, Eglwysfach is a Georgian country house in the heart of the Dyfi Valley. We offer excellent accommodation in three rooms; all have new modern en-suites, flat screen free view TV and radio. Free Wi-Fi, and Beverage Trays.We are ideal stop off for business travellers to Aberystwyth and Machynlleth. Only a 15min drive to the new National Assembly offices, University and National library. With early breakfast available for those that have to get to work.For Rest and Relaxation we are in an ideal location to explore the surrounding countryside and coast. We are walking distance to RSPB ynyshir. A short drive from the light Railways of Rheidol, Corris and Talyllyn. For the more energetic we have the Mountain biking trails Mach 1, 2, 3 or cli-machx, and Walking Cader Idris and the Plynlumun ranges. For those of you with an green agenda The world renown Centre of Alternative Technology is 15min away by car a little longer if you cycle there!. For children we have King Arthurís Labyrinth, the beach and Animalarium to name a few.


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