Glandwr Mill Country House B&B
+ Self Catering Cottage
Glandwr Mill boasts an idyllic location, nestled away in an elevated position beside the Mawddach estuary, less than two miles from Barmouth.
The main house built in Sir Clough Williams-Ellis style presents an elegant yet informal holiday experience. The house combined with the mill cottage and granary in part dating back to the 17th century, are set within magnificent terraced gardens and woodland totalling around 4 ½ acres. The river Dwynant divides the gardens in two with its ever present gurgle of water. The principal garden and terraces are extensively planted with mature Camellias, Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Maples and Acers, creating truly exceptional colour in both spring and autumn.
A warm welcome awaits you in the main house. Afternoon tea is served in the large south facing first floor lounge. The picture windows provide stunning views of the estuary and the Cader Idris range beyond. It’s a panorama we never tire of due to the ever changing light. In winter with a coal fire burning and snow on the hills it adds yet another dimension.
Breakfast is served on one large table in the ground floor dining room (again with great views), or weather permitting on the terrace. Wherever possible our ingredients are locally sourced and freshly prepared. Our three course dinners include local specialities such as salt marsh lamb and bara brith bread and butter pudding. (sample menus are available on request).
We endeavour to provide our guests with an unforgettable relaxing break in a home from home atmosphere. We are confident this corner of Wales will steal a little of your hearts, the way it stole ours.
Glandwr, Nr Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1TG
Telephone (International):- +44 1341 281927
Telephone (UK):- 01341 281927
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