Tyn y Groes Hotel Dolgellau - NEW Beer Garden Just finished
Tyn-y-Groes Hotel Accommodation comprises a range of en suite bedrooms from single, twin, and triple to four beds. The twin beds can be made into doubles by prior arrangement. Maximum capacity is 18 persons. All are centrally heated with tea and coffee making facilities and a colour TV. Rates from ?29 per person per night B & B with discounts for mid week breaks and large groups. We have secure mountain bike lockup and wash facilities and laundry services are available by prior arrangement. Further information
We have a main bar with seasonal open log fire, a games room with bar, conservatory with chairs and tables and a beer garden under construction.
Situated within the Coed-y-Brenin the Tyn-y-Groes is a popular base for mountain biking, walking, fishing ,birdwatching and much more..We are surrounded by spectacular scenery including forests, mountains, waterfalls lakes and rivers and we are a short drive to the Mawddach estuary and on to the coast at Barmouth.
For the mountain bikers the Coed-y Brenin is the place to be .The visitor and mountain biking centre just 3 miles to the north, has some of the finest mountain biking in the UK including the famous Red Bull, MBR and Karrimor trails. Accommodation for groups or individuals and secure bike storage is available at the Hotel. A warm welcome awaits you. Visit our biking page for full details.
For the walkers it is within easy reach of the waterfalls at Ganllwyd and Gwynfynydd, the Old and New Precipice walks, the Mawddach Estuary trail, the Copper Trail and the Cader Idris and Rhinog mountain ranges. Try this walk.
For the fisherman the Hotel has its own stretch of water and pools adjacent to the hotel and has permits available to an extra 13 miles of Dolgellau angling association waters on the Mawddach and Wnion rivers and Llyn Cynwch lake. On display in the hotel restaurant is the largest sea trout ever caught on the Mawddach by Vic Roberts on 7th October 2001 and weighing in at a staggering 21lbs 8oz 5 drms
For the tourist the hotel is conveniently situated for short drives to....the beaches at Fairbourne and Barmouth, the Mawddach estuary the castles at Harlech and Criccieth, the Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth, the miniature railways of Fairbourne, Ffestiniog and Tal-y-Llyn, slate mines, craft centres and numerous other interesting places. A varied selection of leaflets is available at the hotel. There are several golf courses in the area.
For the bird watchers the RSPB has two reserves in the Mawddach valley open to the public as well as the Penmaenpool Information Centre about 5 miles to the south.
Our dining room off the bar holds 28 people with additional seating for 40 in our function room.
We serve Roast Dinners from 12.00-14.00 * every Sunday
* or until the food runs out booking is advisable
We have our own chef supplying home made food and catering for special needs including vegetarian. Local produce is used when in season. Specials are on the blackboard
Restaurant Opening Times
At present we are serving food every night from 6.30 to 9.00 and Sunday roasts 12.00-2.00
Tea and Coffee served all day.
Breakfasts are served generally between 8.00 and 9.00 although other times can be negotiated!
Even if you are staying elsewhere call in or telephone (Linda 0n 01341440275) the night before and in most cases we can cook you a full breakfast the next morning