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The Penhelig Arms, originally a collection of fisherman's cottages, now a jewel of Welsh hospitality, overlooks the stunning vista which was at one time the ship building harbour.

Ships have been moored at Aberdyfi since 1109, although the buildings didn't follow until 1569 during the reign of Elizabeth I. Aberdyfi is a small seaside village on the north side of the Dyfi estuary in southern Snowdonia. It is where the river Dyfi meets the green-blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Aberdyfi is one of those simple, little coastal resorts that hits the right spot. All the ingredients are here – a golden beach, crabbing and fishing from the quayside, yachts in the bay and stunning views across the estuary.

The pub takes full advantage of its waterfront location when designing their menus. Their philosophy is that the quality of the food should be something special, prepared with passion and pride, served with a relaxed and friendly informality. They’re proud that this philosophy has led them to being awarded a Rosette by the AA for great locally sourced freshly prepared food. The pub is open throughout the year for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Overlooking Aberdyfi’s Elizabethan ship building yard, nearly all the bedrooms have fabulous sea views of the Dyfi estuary. The main house, originally a terrace of fisherman cottages, offers a variety of rooms with distinctive character. They know no trip to the coast would be complete without your furry friend, and so they are more than happy for your dog to stay with you.

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      Double En-Suite 

      Cosy Room
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      Sleeps 2
    • From £99 per room per night

    In keeping with the origins of the hotel as a row of fisherman's cottages, the cosy rooms are slightly smaller than other rooms in the hotel. Nevertheless, they provide high levels of comfort, from the Hypnos mattresses to the en-suite showers - ideal after a long day exploring! You'll be as snug as a bug in these rooms, and they'll provide everything you need for an enjoyable stay. All the cosy rooms have stunning sea and estuary views, and are situated on the first and second floors of the main hotel.

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      Double En-Suite 

      Comfy Room
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      Sleeps 2
    • From £110 per room per night

    Spacious and gracious! There's lots of space in the comfy rooms, together with a sofa bed should you need it for any additional guests - ideal for the families and longer stays. Enjoy their well appointed bathrooms too, many of which feature a bath as well as a shower. All, except one of the comfy rooms have a view of the sea and estuary. The other overlooks the cliff to the rear. Comfy rooms can be configured as twins or doubles, the choice is yours. 

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      Feature Double En-Suite 

      Bodhelig Room
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      Sleeps 4
    • From £160 per room per night

    Contemporary in design, the large bodhelig rooms are located adjacent to the hotel with stunning sea views from either terrace or balcony. Indulge in some 'me time' with their beautiful wet rooms which feature both bath and walk in showers. The king size Hypnos beds will also ensure a restful break, while the sofa bed can accommodate any additional members of your party. Bodhelig rooms can be configured as twins or doubles and they also benefit from private parking adjacent to your room.  

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      Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

      Penhelig House
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      Sleeps 4
    • From £180 per room per night

    This is as spacious as it gets in Aberdyfi! Luxuriate in this split level suite which offers two sofa beds, a coffee area and bathroom on the ground floor plus a king size Hypnos bed and wetroom on the first floor. When you stay at the Penhelig House you also get the added benefit from private parking. Why not also watch the sun go down with your favourite tunes on the Bose surround sound TV, whilst sitting on your private terrace with stunning views from every corner. This suite has a 2 night minimum stay.

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