Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast, Taicynhaeaf, Dolgellau, Snowdonia, Wales

Coed Cae Bed and Breakfast accomodation in the Snowdonia National ParkA great view of the sun setting over the Mawddach Estuary can be enjoyed from the Summerhouse at  Coed Cae bed and BreakfastCoed Cae Bed and Breakfast run by Graham and Jacky O’Hanlon is set in two acres of woodland overlooking the beautiful Mawddach estuary in the southern reaches of the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.

The B&B lies between Dolgellau and Barmouth in the scattered village of Taicynhaeaf (pronounced Tie-can-hi-ev) at the head of the Cwm-Mynach, the valley of the monks, historically owned by nearby Cymer Abbey.

We are close to the larger village of Bontddu (approximately “Bonthy”), with the 17th century George III Inn just a short walk across the bridge at Penmaenpool.

Graham and Jacky's B&B

Walkers are very welcome to stay at our B&BWe have three guest bedrooms (one on the ground floor), each with en-suite or private bathrooms and a large first-floor balconied guest lounge. There is secure storage for bikes, and space to allow wet kit to dry. WiFi is also available free of charge to our guests.

We can provide you with packed-lunches and evening meals in addition to Bed and Breakfast, and being keen outdoors enthusiasts ourselves, we can give you pointers on walks, and mountain biking in the area. Alternatively, if you are in need of a less active time, light the log burner, open a book and just enjoy relaxing at Coed Cae.

The latest entries in our Visitors Book 17th October 2014
Great B&B - thanks for the lovely food & room & helping us recapture holidays of yesteryear.
Everything was perfect - especially the porridge! Impressed by your wood storage systems!
Had a lovely homely stay. Would have loved more time here.
Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast on the Mawddach Estuary near Dolgellau, Snowdonia, Wales

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