Dwy Olwyn Guest House Dolgellau

Nearby Pub

Cross Foxes - Nestled at the foot of Cadair Idris Mountain and 4 miles from the historic town Dolgellau, South Snowdonia.

Nearby Restaurant

Y Meirionnydd - The lower medieval cellar that up until 1815 housed the County Jail has been transformed into an intimate and comfortable restaurant.

Nearby Gallery

MOMA - Museum of Modern Art in Machynlleth, beautiful images from many famous artists.

We welcome you to Dwy Olwyn Guest House Dolgellau

Dwy Olwyn Bed and Breakfast is a large south facing Guest House in the pretty town of Dolgellau in Gwynedd, Wales. The garden is set on a hillside and offers some stunning views.

Dolgellau is set between the beautiful North Welsh coastal resort of Barmouth (bottom right) and the majestic mountains of Snowdonia and the Snowdonia Natioanl Park.

The town has over 200 listed building and its history can be traced back to Roman Times, it had a mini Gold Rush in the 19th century and a leather Tanning Industry which is still present today in the town.

Today you’ll find Dolgellau a friendly and unspoilt place to enjoy the dramatic Snowdonia scenery. It remains a bustling working town where farming plays an important role. Watching the weekly livestock auctions are a great way to get a feel for rural Welsh life, while the monthly (every third Sunday) Farmers market in the town centre shows off an irresistible feast of local produce and crafts.

Dwy Olwyn Bed and Breakfast is an ideal base from which to explore the many beach and castles that lie along the Coastline of North Wales and a base from which you can walk for miles in the hills and mountains of Snowdonia.

The whole area offers so much to do for all the family, relax and enjoy an area of outstanding Natural Beauty.