Gogarth Hall Farm Holidays Aberdovey - Please feel free to contact us if you would like a printed brochure
Situated within Snowdonia National Park in a peaceful part of Mid Wales, Gogarth Halll Farm offers peace and tranquillity that is rich in wild life and a haven for rare birds.
:: Bed & Breakfast ::
Gogarth Hall overlooks the Dyfi Estuary and it has magnificent views from the bedrooms, dining room and lounge. Bed and Breakfast is offered, with an optional Evening Meal. There is a very popular spacious family room with en suite, which consists of two single beds and a double bed. Television and beverage tray with hidden extras are included to pamper our guests.We also offer a double bedroom which has a super king size bed with en-suite, television and beverage tray. Both bedrooms are tastefully decorated. A traditional Welsh breakfast is served in the dining room. Guests are welcome to meet other guests and enjoy each other’s company. You even get to learn a few words of Welsh.
Prices range from ?25-?30 per person per night.
:: Cottages ::
"The Coach house" - lies to the east of the courtyard, facing south overlooking the Dovey Estuary. The French windows open out onto a patio with a wonderful view of the mountains, fields and the Dovey River. You can watch the woodpecker eat the nuts with many other birds. The converted stable and coach house accommodation gained a Countryside Commission Caretakers Award in Conservation. The accommodation comprises of three bedrooms – one twin and two doubles. The bathroom has a shower over the bath.A kitchen/dining room is fully equipped with a fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, electric cooker and hob. It is tastefully decorated to compliment the building and the lounge has a magnificent view with television and video. It accommodates six people on one level, and is heated with storage heaters and a gas cast iron stove with a flamed effect fire that gives a cozy atmosphere to the Coach House. Bedding is provided.
"The farmhouse cottage" - is an annex of the Main Hall. It faces southwest and patio doors open out into the garden giving children ample room to play. The spacious lounge has a large inglenook fireplace supported by its old bread oven. It seats six or more, and has a television and video. The kitchen/dining area is equipped with a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer and a double oven cooker.Upstairs there is one double bedroom and a single bedroom that also accommodates a cot. Another master bedroom has a double and a single bed with a washbasin. The bathroom has a walk-in shower and bath, and there is also a downstairs toilet. The house is heated with storage heaters and an electric fire or you can make your own fire. Logs are extra. Bedding is provided.
"Y Bwthyn" - This recently introduced barn conversion consists of two en-suite bedrooms - one twin and one double with a television in each bedroom. The twin bedroom has been designed to accommodate a disabled person. With a bedroom at each end of the accommodation, in the middle there is an open plan area, consisting of lounge and dining area complemented by an oak kitchen.The area is fully equipped with a fridge and freezing compartment, washer dryer, microwave, instant hot water and television and video. The balcony looks down the garden towards the Dovey Estuary. Bedding is provided.
"Cwm Ffernol" - If you are looking for something uniquely different – time away from everyone and peace and tranquility– here it is. The charming farmhouse is set in the hills, with a river flowing by in its own valley. The accommodation consists of three very spacious bedrooms – one twin and two double. Bedding is provided. The large bathroom gas a walk-in shower and bath. The lounge/dining area has a large open fire place with its original bread oven and salting hole either side.The L-shaped lounge with its television and video area opens to the dining area. There is also a reading room downstairs. The spacious kitchen accommodates an oil Ray burn, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave and dishwasher. The house is heated with storage heaters. The accommodation has a payphone, and a garage is available for your car. Feel free to walk the hills and see the wonderful views.
:: Staic Caravan ::
"The Caravan" Situated in its own grounds, our new luxury caravan has 3 bedrooms: two twins and a double.
The bathroom has a tub enclosed shower and a toilet in a separate room.
The kitchen is fully equipped including full size gas cooker, hob with freezer, fridge and a microwave.
The dinning area seats six comfortably.
The lounge is very spacious and has a television and video.
There is a washing machien available outside.There is plenty of space for parking and sitting outside. The caravan has an outlook overlooking the Dyfi estuary to the south and west. Bedding is provided.
The location is an ideal base for your holiday.
Weekly bookings Saturday to Saturday
:: Caravan Touring Site ::
"Touring site" - Since 2007, we started a touring site, accommodating 8 touring caravans or motorhomes. Each has it's own electrical hook up. Prices range from ?10-?15 pounds per night. As we are still in the proces of developing the site, please contact us for more information.
:: Places of Inerest ::
Visit Aberdovey, with its' lovely beaches.
Take the challenge and walk up Cader Idris.
Hire a bike and enjoy one of the many trails.
See the wonderfull architecture and landscape design of Portmeirion.
Visit one of Wales' many castles, like Harlech castle.
Go for a ride on one of the many small track steam railways, like the Talyllyn railway in Tywyn.
Put your helmet on and take a quad up the mountains with madian quads.
Or put on your hiking boots, and just enjoy the scenery.
Try some of the wind or watersports at the beaches and waters of Aberdovey and Borth. Get kiting lessons with kitesurfwales.
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