Maes Mawr Gwynedd

Nearby Pub

The Unicorn Inn - Situated in Smithfield Square, in the center of Dolgellau.

Nearby Restaurant

The Bwyty Mawddach Restaurant in Dolgellau, combines stunning traditional and contemporary design with panoramic views over Mawddach estuary and Cader Idris.

Nearby Gallery

Oriel Gallery - light and spacious art gallery is in the High Street at Barmouth.

Nearby Cottages

Wales Tourists Online have an excellent selection of North Wales Holiday Cottages along the coast of North Wales

We welcome you to Maes Mawr B&B

You will find Maes Mawr in the Snowdonia National park, this 17th century former farmhouse set in 32 acres of outstanding natural beauty. The house is situated in the village of Llanelltyd a few miles from the town of Dolgellau (left) above the Mawddach river overlooking Cader Idris mountain.

The old village of Llanelltyd (pronounced approximately as Clan-ech-tyd) sits at the junction of roads and rivers, and for centuries was the first bridging point of the river Mawddach from the coast. Threr is a Church, Bridge and nearby Abbey date back hundreds of years, and are each well worthy of a visit.

Just a few miles you will find the Welsh mountain town of Dolgellau, a town which grew on the back of the wool trade.

The whole region is an area of outstanding natural beauty, in one direction you are stunned by the mountain scenery, if the other direction you will find the stunning North Welsh coastline and beautiful Harbours such as Barmouth which itself is only a short drive away.

Barmouth (right) is located on the west coast of North Wales and lying between a mountain range and the sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. It rests just within the south west corner of Snowdonia National Park and is seeped in a history rich with connections to the shipping and slate industries.