Gwaenynog Farmhouse B&B and Campsite | Accommodation Dolanog, Montgomeryshire, Wales

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Gwaenynog Farmhouse B&B and Campsite

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Picture Gwaenynog Farmhouse B&B and Campsite in Dolanog, Montgomeryshire, Wales This room is spacious, with a very comfortable four-poster bed, a luxurious bathroom with large shower head plus a smaller movable head, and with room to bring the family – if you wanted to! There is a daybed which converts to a single bed, with a trundle underneath which accommodates another bed – both are 2’6” wide. So up to 2 children.

(A travel cot could be accommodated in this room instead of one of the beds – at no additional cost. Please advise and we can put one in place.)

Views from this room are over fields and our barn, looking towards the tree where the resident owl lives. If you’re really lucky, come dusk you may see the owl heading out for their nightly ritual – hence the reason we called the room Owl! So, this is a bird-watchers paradise.

Decorated in a tastefully neutral and traditional style, it still has some visible beams from the original 18th century origins, both in the bedroom and in the en-suite. There is a flat screen digital TV with remote control, which has Freeview and an integrated DVD – so you can bring your own films if you like.

With tea and coffee making facilities, and fresh milk (we put milk in the fridge on the landing.) We also have a radio/alarm with an iPod dock, so you can charge your iPod or iPhone whilst you are here.

So, this could become your home from home!
This room has the best of both worlds – either 3′ twin beds or a superking bed. Supremely comfortable, this is a very bright room as it is south facing and gets the sun all day – although not too early, as the trees to the front shade it from the sunrise.

Probably the best view in the house…

Decorated in neutral but warm colours and fitted with pine wardrobe and drawers, this is a delightful room with views over the fields to the front of the house and down the drive towards Moel Bentyrch. We often see the Peregrines flying around, so is the reason we chose the name.

A great place for bird watching in Powys!

Peregrine shower

There is a corner shower cubicle in the en-suite, with a large shower head plus a smaller movable head – both of which are wonderful, it just depends on your mood… Also included are shower gels and shampoo from Cole & Lewis, made with lemongrass and bergamot – along with a lovely body lotion, and of course large bath sheets.

Assorted teas, coffee and hot chocolate are available, along with fresh milk (kept in the fridge on the landing) and biscuits or sweets.
Picture Gwaenynog Farmhouse B&B and Campsite in Dolanog, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Picture Gwaenynog Farmhouse B&B and Campsite in Dolanog, Montgomeryshire, Wales A lovely room, with a very comfortable double pine bed, flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD player. There’s an en-suite with a large rectangular shower, large shower head plus a smaller movable head.

This room is neutrally decorated with a Roman blind, and a very cozy throw, this room has wonderful views through a large window, over to our woodland, usually with sheep grazing in the field immediately behind the house.

Views from the window include our new winter pond and its occasional visiting Heron, plus our birdfeeding station which provides unobsructed views of the other visiting birdlife.

With touch control lamps on either bedside, plus the light pull for the main overhead light – there is no need to get up to switch it on or off!

As this room has tea and coffee making facilities, you could spend a comfortable hour or two just snoozing or admiring the view – the window is just the right height whilst propped-up in the bed.

From Welshpool – journey time approx 25 minutes
Follow the signs for the A458 – signposted Dolgellau and Machynlleth, heading west for approx 12 miles.
Once through Cyfronydd, there is a right turn signposted Dolanog and Meifod on the B4382. It’s on a sharp left bend on the A458, but there is a filter lane for turning right.
You take the second left, signposted Dolanog (on the corner is a caravan park called Pen y Pentre.
At the crossroads, go straight across. It’s also signposted to Dolanog on B4382. (fyi – right is signposted to Meifod and left to Dolgellau.)
After approx two miles (it does seem longer, but keep going) take the second left and you head up the hill. (NB: There is no signpost on this turning.)
(Should you miss this turning and end up in the village, you can take an alternate route – before the bridge in Dolanog, take this left turn – using the left fork. Then follow this up the hill for about 1 mile. After passing the crossroads at the top, we’re about 300 yards on the left, set-back from the road.)
At the junction at the top, you turn left. The signpost says Dolanog to the right... (Any satnav will be pointing you to take the right at this junction, but that is to the next door farm.)
Once turned left, our drive is the first on the left after about 300 yards, set-back from the road. There are signs with Gwaenynog on either side of the drive and the drive is about 150 yards, then park front into the white chain fence.
Our Ordnance Survey reference is: SJ 080112; or long/lat reference is: 308013, 311218; or 52.690813, -3.362396.
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