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 Gay Lesbian Friendly Hotel Snowdonia National Park
Elen's Castle Gay Lesbian Friendly Hotel Dolwyddelan, near Betws y Coed, Snowdonia National Park, Conwy, North Wales

This rustic 18th century coaching inn still retains a wealth of charm and character with many original features. Elenís Castle sits in the heart of Dolwyddelan village which is a natural and historical crossroads at the foot of the 872 metre high Moel Siabod and straddles the trout and salmon-rich River Lledr which wends its way through the village, meadows and turbulent gorges on its tireless journey to the sea. The village of Dolywyddelan is home of Llewelyn the Great's Castle that provides stunning views of Mount Siabod, the Crimea Pass and on clear days you can see across to the Denbigh moors. All of the bedrooms here at Elenís Castle Hotel are charming and include fabulous romantic four-poster rooms that overlook the river and Lledr Valley. All have en-suite showers and several have tubs as well, and all of the bedrooms are equipped with Free-View television and DVD players, well stocked hospitality tray, hairdryer, radio alarm clock. Free Wi-Fi broadband Internet access is available in the bar and lounge and most of the bedrooms. The main restaurant and the Garden Room enjoy beautiful views over the Lledr Valley where the tables are graced with a selection of mouth-watering local produce including famous Welsh Black beef the shaggy-looking black cattle native to North Wales cooked with passion and served with style. Helen & Adam, the very friendly hard working couple who own and run this super little hotel, pride themselves on providing a warm friendly base where you can enjoy the awe-inspiring magic of Snowdonia National Park. Elen's Castle has achieved the AA Covid-19 Confident Accreditation, the Visit Wales 'Good to Go' and is also participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Gay Friendly Luxury Guest Accommodation, Tremadoc, Snowdonia National Park, Wales
Plas Tan-yr-Allt, Gay Owned and Run Historic Regency Country House, Tremadoc, Porthmadog, Snowdonia National Park, Wales

This handsome Regency Villa, built by philanthropist William Madocks rests quietly on a hillside amidst 40 acres of private grounds that include gardens and ancient woodland and enjoys distant views to the Glaslyn Estuary, Ffestiniog Steam Railway, Harlech Castle and the mountains beyond. There is an ethereal quality here that conjours up images of all of the famous owners and people who have stayed here that include romantic poet Percy B Shelley and opera singer Elizabeth Billington, to name but a few. Now "The Plas" provides sumptuous accommodations that is lavishly furnished with period features and antiques. There are three luxury double bedrooms for you to choose from, all of which are beautifully equipped and well-appointed with, it would appear, almost everything. Breakfasting here is an absolute delight, served in the dining room that provides breathtaking views over the Glaslyn Estuary and sea to the Rhinog mountains beyond. Apart from all of the fabulous accommodation and location, it has to be owners Howard and Mark together with their staff who provide excellence to all of their guests that makes this place so special. Howard and Mark have now partnered with an award winning restaurant and provide a fully flexible and complimentary shuttle service for all half-board guests to the village which is just a 3-minute journey. Furthermore, Howard and Mark, the friendly owners will provide a 5% discount to all of our readers so please don't forget to mention that you found their fabulous accommodation on Gay Accommodation Wales when enquiring or booking.

Gay Lesbian Friendly Riverside Guest House, Betws y Coed, Snowdonia National Park, Wales
Bryn Afon Gay Lesbian Friendly Riverside Guest House, Pentre Felin, Betws y Coed, Snowdonia National Park, Wales

A stunning country guest house sat alongside the River Llugwy in the heart of bustling Betws y Coed, arguably one of the most enchanting and atmospheric villages in Snowdonia. Bryn Afon Guest House is simply fabulous with a wonderful marriage of contemporary style and Victorian elegance that is just delicious. All of the bedrooms are superbly equipped and beautifully presented and have dual aspect views of the stunning and enchanting surrounding countryside. Sarah and Mike are the two friendly owners who have created without doubt somewhere so very special to spend precious quality holiday time at their enchanting, beautiful and romantic retreat in Betws y Coed that overlooks one of the most photographed rivers and bridges in Wales. . Bryn Afon is without doubt a fabulous guest house sat aside the River Llugwy in Betws y Coed and run by Sarah and Mark who are two of the nicest people that you are ever likely to meet. This really is a magical holiday destination in the Snowdonia National Park.

Gay Lesbian Friendly Restaurant with Rooms, Harlech Snowdonia National Park Gwynedd Wales
Castle Cottage Gay Lesbian Friendly Restaurant with Rooms, Y Llech, Harlech, Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales

Nestled high in the ancient fortress town of Harlech is where we found this amazing Restaurant with Rooms, gazing out over the castle & beyond. Think of Chelsea House chic style accommodation with Kensington class dining and accommodation whose furnishings and facilities are simplyluxurious temples to modernity juxtaposed against the fine architectural heritage of two 432 year old buildings, and you are nearly there. The real emphasis here at Castle Cottage is passion for fine food, stylish accommodation, comfort and excellent service all provided by Jacqueline and Glyn  who are
 two very talented and special people together with their friendly team of staff make staying and dining here a fabulous experience. They have
been running Castle Cottage with Rooms for 29 years, and have enjoyed a Visitwales gold award for many years. They also have a specialmention
in the Good Food Guide as they have had for the last 26 years! If you are looking for fantastic food and brilliant wine in a relaxed setting, this
is the place for you. For 2018 they are open on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturdays. This part of Wales has become a Mecca for
 thrill seekers, together with sports activities to suit all ages and abilities from championship golf to climbing walls, swimming pools, 100mph zip wires, biking trails, massive wave machine lake and high ropes course in the beautiful untamed Snowdonia National Park

Gay Lesbian Friendly Hotel, Dinas Mawddwy, Snowdonia National Park
The Buckley Arms Gay Lesbian Friendly Hotel, Minllyn, Dinas Mawddwy, Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales

The Buckley Arms at Dinas Mawddwy is a Victorian hotel full of heart, character and charm with beautifully furnished rooms, fabulous food and glorious views across the Dyfi Valley the Aran Mountain Range and River Dyfi. The Buckley Arms Hotel is owned and run by Keith, Gay and Kellie,
all of whom are all very passionate about providing a superb welcoming and friendly environment for all of their guests. The Buckley Arms Hotel
has a timeless country house feel. There are six luxury bedrooms with bath and shower that include sleigh beds and a four-poster room. Whichever you choose they are all simply stunning and well equipped with generous hospitality trays, satellite TV and hair dryer, and all have views of the surrounding countryside including mountains and forestry whilst some have river views. However you wish to spend your time here at The Buckley
Arms Keith, Gay and Kellie are on hand with a great local knowledge of all the special places to see in the stunning Snowdonia National Park:
great walks, hidden spots by the river for picnics, beautiful secret beaches; the choices are limited only by your imagination. You may of course
just want to chill out and relax, happy to escape the rat race; whatever your bag Keith & Co will help make it happen. The hotel has a small library and a cool sitting room thatís decked out in the style of a Gentlemanís' Club where leather chesterfields and low tables abound, just perfect to
finish that book or taking a glass of brandy or liquor after dinner. Talking of eating, the food here is very good: uncomplicated dishes made with
fresh local produce cooked with passion and served with style, and for all you wine lovers Keith & Co keep a very good cellar with a few surprises.
The bar at the Buckley is full of character, with an open fire, interesting memorabilia to look at and a good selection of beers and spirits, and the friendly locals frequent it which is always a good sign. I nearly forgot to mention: free Wi-Fi is available in all public rooms and areas should you suddenly feel the urge to make contact with the outside world. This is a fabulous stay, great food with incredibly friendly and welcoming hosts.


Gay Friendly Holiday Cottage, Aberangell, Dinas Mawddwy, Snowdonia National Park, Wales
Isfryn Cottage, Gay Friendly Self Catering Holiday Cottage, Dyfi Valley, Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales

Isfryn Cottage sits quietly in the peaceful village of Aberangell on the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park in the Dyfi Valley. This cute and welcoming holiday cottage was built in 1870 as a home for the chapel minister. Now sympathetically restored without detriment to its fine Welsh architectural history by the owners Linda and Steve, Ifryn Cottage is an absolute delight where wooden floors, comfortable sofas, beds are warmed by a through wood-burning stove which just adds to the delight and atmosphere of this cottage. Isfryn is surrounded by some of the most stunning countryside in Southern Snowdonia close to the River Angell and the Royal Dyfi river. Within a short picturesque drive you can visit the Aran Fawddwy mountain, Bwlch Oerddws (Cold Door Pass) and the famous Bwlch y Groes (Hellfire Pass) that is the highest public road in Wales. All of these wonderful locations provide stunning views amongst the wild untamed beauty of the Snowdonia National Park. Whilst this delightful holiday cottage rests in a peaceful location, you will not feel isloated for goods and services as there are 3 hotels and 1 traditional Welsh hostelry that serve food should you choose to take a couple of nights off from cooking in your well-equipped kitchen. There is also a post office, general store and petrol station just down the road and ASDA also deliver 7 days a week (prior booking essential). Isfryn Cottage also provides satellite TV, DVD, free WiFi and a welome pack of essentials just for you. Apart from the location, accommodation and amenities, it has to be the fabulous friendly couple Linda and Steve who strive to provide a fabulous welcoming holiday home and are a mine of knowledge about the special places to explore. Steve and Linda: what a fabulous holiday cottage you have created in the South Snowdonia National Park. A perfect escape just for two

Gay Lesbian Friendly Traditional Welsh Country Inn, Bed and Breakfast and Meals, Llandderfel, Bala, Gwynedd, Wales
Bryntirion Inn Gay Friendly Welsh Inn Bed and Breakfast and Meals, Llandderfel, Bala, Snowdonia National Park, Wales

Bryntirion Inn near Bala is a traditional Welsh country inn that sits amidst the beautiful countryside of this part of Wales. It has a great following of locals which is always a good sign and once you stay here you will see why. The outside of this beautiful little inn is enthralling and the inside
won't disappoint. The Bryntirion Inn, or as the locals call it "The Bryn", has an ethereal quality which conjures up times gone by. The bar is a very friendly place where you will meet the locals and visitors alike, chatting over a glass of something special. Bryntirion Inn serves incredibly good food from bar snacks, evening meals, and traditional roasts on Sundays. You must try their local lamb - it is absolute heaven. The Bryn also provides fabulous bed and breakfast accommodation in smart, well-appointed and comfortable rooms. Please ensure that you leave room for your breakfast because it is substantial. Linda and Martin are fabulous hosts who make your stay with them so very special. Well done you two. You are stars!

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