Wake up to the unrivaled scenery across the picturesque Dyfi estuary. All four en-suite double rooms include tea and coffee making facilities, free WiFi and TVs. After a comfortable night’s sleep, you can relax and enjoy a home-cooked Welsh breakfast whilst planning your day ahead.
Type Pub B&B
From £70 per room per night
Overlooking the estuary at Aberdovey in the Snowdonia National Park, The Dovey Inn lies at the heart of the village in a superb location where mountains meet the sea.
The local train station is just a few minutes' walk away which takes you on a journey up to Pwllheli along the coastline. Renowned as one of the most beautiful train journey in the world, it's not to be missed.
The Dovey prides itself on the quality of its ales, great pub food, comfortable accommodation and service. Boasting three bars, each with its own individual atmosphere, The Dovey is the perfect 'home from home'.
The menu is jam-packed with freshly prepared grills sitting alongside generously portioned pub classics, a range of delicious sharers and starters, plus a satisfying selection of tempting desserts.
Enjoy an overnight stay in their comfortable bedrooms. Kick back and relax after your day exploring. Wake up to unrivaled scenery across the picturesque Dyfi estuary. All ten en-suite rooms include tea and coffee making facilities, free WiFi and TVs. After a comfortable night’s sleep, you can relax and enjoy a home-cooked Welsh breakfast whilst planning your day ahead.
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The Bearded Lake(3.0m away)
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