Ty Seren - Bed and Breakfast Dolgellau, Snowdonia
Tý Seren ("Welsh for Star House"),was built in the 1800's, it has an interesting history. It was once a pub, then a woollen mill, it also took in evacuees during the war.
The house has many old features, such as slate flagstones, an oak staircase, a large inglenook fireplace which now houses a woodburning stove, oak beams throughout the house, and externally it has an unusual stone staircase and bridge.
The accomodation comprises of two double rooms that can be let as a double, twin or single and a family room that can sleep up to four people. This room has a bath with overhead shower.
Tý Seren has ample room for bike storage and a bike washdown area and repair shop.
The Mawddach Trail begins in Dolgellau and continues to Barmouth, which is a popular seaside town. The trail is popular with walkers and cyclists too. It used to be the old steam railway line.
Bushcraft + Survival Courses & Coracle Making
Nick, the owner of Tý Seren, also runs courses of bushcraft and coracle making on the slopes of Cader Idris.