Awel y Mor Aberdovey - Bed & Breakfast in Aberdovey, a charming village in the Snowdonia National Park
Awel y Mor is a Victorian guest house in the picturesque village of Aberdovey (Aberdyfi in Welsh).
Our four star accommodation offers:
spectacular sea views
spotless rooms with modern en-suites and complementary toiletries
flat screen digital TVs
tea/coffee/chocolate making facilities
guests` sitting room with sea view
hearty breakfasts including home made veggie specialities.
Above all, a friendly welcome and a relaxing stay.
The village has several excellent places to eat from pubs to award winning restaurants and there are specialist boutiques and art galleries. A wide range of activities is available including walking, bird watching, cycling, water sports of all descriptions, fishing, and golf at the championship course.
The surrounding scenery is spectacular and there are plenty of historic sites to visit as well as craft centres and local markets.
So, there is plenty to see and do, but what our visitors like most is to relax in an unspoilt village by the sea
Aberdovey is the perfect holiday location. It has watersports galore, including sailing, sailboarding, fishing, wind surfing, boat trips and the summer regatta. It also has an 18 hole championship golf course, a bowling green, tennis court and a croquet lawn.
The sandy beach is ideal for children who love to go "crabbing" off the quay.
The area around Aberdovey has many attractions. For example, the Talyllyn Steam Railway, which starts in near by Tywyn, is well worth a visit and there are numerous historical sites within close driving distance. In addition, the spectacular mountain and valley scenery, including the peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy ranges, makes this haven for walkers, climbers and wildlife watchers.
Alternatively, the dedicated shopper can enjoy the specialist shops and galleries within the village, as well as nearby markets and craft centres.
Many people return to Aberdovey year after year. It is an ideal place to relax or to use as a base to explore the wild and rugged West side of Wales. We shall not be surprised, if like many of our guests, you return again and again.
By Road. . .
From the Midlands and South: head for the M54 (Junction 10a on the M6), then follow the M54 to Telford (bypass), the A5 for Shrewsbury (bypass) then the A458 for Welshpool. At Mallwyd, take the A470/A489 to Machynlleth. Turn right in Machynlleth following the A470 towards Dolgellau then about 1 mile on at river bridge, turn left onto the A493 to Aberdovey/Tywyn. Aberdovey is about 9 miles on.
From the North: head for Queensferry on the M56 - A5117 - A550, then take the A494 to Mold - Ruthin - Bala - Dolgellau. At Dolgellau, turn right onto the A470 for just over a mile then left onto the A493 to Tywyn. Stay on the A493 to Aberdovey, which is about 4 miles further on.
We are five minutes walk from Aberdovey Station, which is on the mainline service from Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury via Machynlleth towards Aberystwyth (train timetable).