Old Mill Farm House, Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd
Old Mill Farm House at Trawsfynydd lies midway between Porthmadog and Dolgellau, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. It was once the home of the village corn miller and dates back to the early seventeen hundreds.
The bed and breakfast accommodation is in the old stables and haybarn, which have been imaginatively restored and converted to provide seven pretty cottage-style bedrooms, with delightful names chosen to reflect their décor. The character of these old farm buildings is retained in the exposed stone walls and original beams.
The B&B accommodation is all on the ground floor. It is well heated and each room has its own TV, hospitality tray and en suite bath or shower room. Individual front doors allow freedom of access, without disturbing other guests, so late arrivals are no problem! There is ample parking in the attractive well-lit courtyard.
The bed and breakfast is an ideal base from which to discover the many and varied attractions of the area. In every direction, scenic drives will bring you to mountains, lakes, rivers and forests. Safe, sandy beaches are just a twenty minute drive from here. A pleasant walk through the Coed y Brenin Forest will bring you to the interesting site of the old Gwynfynydd Gold Mine and two impressive water falls.