Welcome to Llety 'Brynawel' Guest House in Pennal

Our gorgeous Georgian guest house is in the pretty southern Snowdonia village of Pennal between Aberdyfi and Machynlleth (it's the ultimate coast and country location). It's furnished and decorated in a contemporary, understated way, with soothing colours, artworks, lush fabrics and period features such as wooden shutters, wall panelling and cast-iron fireplaces. We also own Glan yr Afon/Riverside, a stylish - and very popular - restaurant based at the village’s 16th-century inn. Breakfast is served here (it’s just a two minute walk from Llety Brynawel) – we look forward to meeting with you and hope you will come and enjoy Llety Brynawel or the Glan Yr Afon, or both very soon...

The Bedrooms Guest House Snowdonia | Aberdyfi Accommodation | B and B Wales

We have 5 bedrooms at Brynawel. Each of the five guest bedrooms have their own charm and character, with many original period features. All rooms are en-suite, within the bedrooms are luxury ‘The Tub’ toiletries, 22” HD television with freeview and dvd players, hairdryers, iron & ironing board, hospitality tray, complimentary mineral water, complimentary wifi.

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Room Tariff Guest House Snowdonia | Aberdyfi Accommodation | B and B Wales

Super king Double/Twin £85 for two persons sharing including breakfast.
Standard Double £75 for two persons sharing including breakfast
Bedrooms sold on a single occupancy bases are £15 less than the above tariff.
Please contact us for via telephone or e-mail for any last minute discounts

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Area Guest House Snowdonia | Aberdyfi Accommodation | B and B Wales

We are within easy reach of the historic Welsh capital Machynlleth and the famous sailing village of Aberdyfi and Tywyn, Brynawel as a base to stay whilst you explore the area and organize a wide range of activities and experiences. You can walk from Brynawel into the mountains, Happy Valley offering well-known walks. Or drive to Cader Idris and the Tal-y-Llyn lake. The talyllyn.co.uk railway also provides access to mountain walks.

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Pennal is the southernmost tip of the ancient Kingdom of Gwynedd, still remembered today as the County of Gwynedd, although Pennal is 'postally' in Powys ie Nr Machynlleth in Montgomeryshire, the mediaeval market town which is 3 miles away to the east approximately 5 minute drive, with Aberdyfi, the picturesque and popular seaside resort, 6 miles to the west approximately 15 minute drive.

All around the house are wonderful mountain and hill view, across open countryside as far as the eye can see.

The house boasts a large garage with plenty of space; should you need a area for motorbikes, cycles, golf clubs, water sport equipment.