Our aim is to make our guests feel welcome and comfortable throughout their stay. Set in the peaceful Welsh countryside in a place of outstanding natural beauty we are a fully licensed Bed & Breakfast with views overlooking acres of unspoiled farm and woodland.
The village of Dolanog is along the route of the Glyndwr Way trail and other trails often walked by Ann Griffiths. Ann Griffiths was born in 1776 in Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa close to Dolanog. You can include a visit to her home in one of many walks across the hills. She was a Methodist hymn writer and regarded as one of the most important female figures in the history of Welsh literature. Her hymns are still sung (as we regularly hear) in the small chapel that is dedicated to her memory built in the heart of Dolanog.
The picturesque River Vyrnwy flows down beside the village. There is a charming bridge over the river with a history of its own. There are a few historic buildings including the School House, Church, Vicarage and Smithy that offer a glimpse into the historic past of the village. Look out also for the lovely waterfall just as you leave the village. The River Vrnwy features in many of the walks around this area.
This is a no smoking establishment.
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