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Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast

Taicynhaeaf, Llanelltyd, Snowdonia National Park, Dolgellau LL40 2TU Wales
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#1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Llanelltyd
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Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Llanelltyd, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast offer a flat screen TV.

For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.

While in Llanelltyd be sure to experience local crab favourites at Bwyty Mawddach Restaurant.

Enjoy your stay in Llanelltyd!

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Special diet menus
Bicycle rental
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Room features
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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LindyLoo wrote a review Aug 2019
5 contributions
Travelling to North Wales coast with hubby and dog. I usually book the accommodation but on this occasion Mr H did it. Result! We totally lucked out with a friendly, Mary Poppins....... practically perfect in every way. Location certainly could not have been better. Bedroom on the ground floor with immediate access to the great outdoors for doggo. The owners were welcoming, informative about the area and places to visit/eat/swim/walk and there was the best b&b breakfast I’ve ever eaten. Ideally sited for trips to Fairbourne, Barmouth, Snowdonia and Dolgellau; and best of all walking across the toll bridge for supper at the George lll pub, right on the river Would definitely recommend and indeed visit again
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Kiblot wrote a review Aug 2019
Great Moulton, United Kingdom22 contributions7 helpful votes
Sort of stayed here by a very happy accident; the Showman’s Wagon is a self-catering facility in the grounds of Coed-Cae Bed & Breakfast. The smallest details reflect empathy with the needs of any traveller at any time of the year On arrival there was a little doggy welcome pack with a special mat, water bowl, a jar of treats and a towel (for after those muddy, sandy walks!) Us humans were provided with bottle of fresh milk in the fridge, tea bags, coffee and sugar as well as a bottle of ice cold water which meant we could have a drink before unloading the car NB-Beware the gas hob kettle-the handle gets hot and the silicone sheath which is provided to prevent burning tends to slip so we removed it and held the kettle handle with a tea-towel (provided) A fenced and gated enclosure offers privacy and garden space as well as ensuring dogs don’t go a-wandering; fairy lights come on in the evening adding sparkle The wagon was spotlessly clean and had a lovely cosy warmth about it; the peace of the outdoor environment provides a feeling of escape from a busy world outside! Storage has been carefully considered given the limited space, with wooden boxes for crockery, cutlery, storage pots and cleaning paraphernalia; cups hang from hooks and other items are hung or kept on a little shelf above the kitchen area; for those of us (like me) who are vertically challenged a set of folding steps is available under the worktop! Told you they'd thought of everything! Bed is supercomfortable and there's dragon hot water bottles for chilly nights! Shower was good and hot and towels were provided; power points aplenty including usb ports and a shaver socket!So many little touches such as binoculars, first aid kit, a barbecue, fat balls for the birds, trail maps...the list is endless! We love 'different' and this place didn't fail to deliver!
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: Showman's Wagon has stunning view across the Mawddach Estuary
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Response from JackyOH, Owner at Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast
Responded 8 Aug 2019
Thanks so much for your review, we love our Showman's Wagon and it's really nice to hear that all our thoughts and considerations are appreciated. We look forward to welcoming you again - maybe in the snow next time and you can see he log burner in action. Jacky.
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Nick O wrote a review Sep 2018
St Ives, United Kingdom13 contributions10 helpful votes
We had a thoroughly enjoyable & relaxing time at Coed Cae this weekend; everything you could possibly wish from a B&B and more. The house itself embodied the spirit of Snowdonia & the Welsh countryside - full of oak-beams, log-burners, tasteful wooden furniture & dozens of books about the local area. Our room & private bathroom was spotless & it just felt like a really homely & snug place to relax in the communal areas (lounge/dining room) after a day of exploring the surroundings. Jacky & two dogs (Tess & Kip) were wonderful hosts (the latter two being particularly keen for a game of tug!) & the home-cooked food was a particular highlight. We were able to try from a range of different & equally delicious breakfasts each morning - inc locally-sourced jams, bacon, sausages, eggs etc (plus tea/coffee, juice, porridge, cereals etc) We also enjoyed an evening meal & packed lunch here, both of which were excellent. Coed Cae's meals & overall service was significantly better than that found at the local pub (George III), and Jackie's home-made crumble & cake were amazing! Its obviously a really great location & we were able to make the most of the beautiful Mawddach Trail, around Barmouth beach, Harlech castle, several local panorama viewpoints of the estuary/mountains plus a hike up Cadair Idris, all of which were just a short drive away. Our only regret was having to come home so soon!! Don't come here if you were looking for soulless hotel uniformity & rely on mod cons like high-speed wifi all the time - but do come here if you like exploring the great outdoors & want a slice of real Welsh countryside life. We couldn't have asked for a more comfortable, friendly & cozy stay - so thank you very much Jacky, Graham & dogs!
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Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We stayed in a twin room which had a private bathroom.
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Sally G wrote a review Sep 2018
Canterbury, United Kingdom15 contributions13 helpful votes
We stayed for four nights and enjoyed it very much. Our room on the ground floor was rather small for two people and a dog but there was a walk in cupboard to store all our stuff so we managed fine. The shower room (no bath) was extremely clean with nice toiletries. Double bed was very comfortable. The tea and coffee tray was well stocked, with fresh milk on request and lovely toffee waffles - and a bonio for the dog. Wi-fi worked well but it was rather tedious having to log in each and every time you wanted to go online. Lounge/dining room is directly above our room so there was some noise from people having earlier breakfasts than us, but as breakfast time is only 8-9am this wasn't really a problem. The rules and regulations about dogs seemed a bit excessive (given that the resident two collies had free run of the house) but were probably sensible and well meant. The woodland garden is lovely with a beautiful view (from the smoking area) through the trees right down to the estuary. We loved the laser light show in the trees at night - and are going to buy some for our garden at home! Breakfast was really excellent - lovely quality sausages and bacon, delicious scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and homemade jam and marmalade.
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Date of stay: April 2018
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Our room (Room 3) was on the ground floor, handy for the front door and quiet (apart from the...
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Lyndsey G wrote a review Aug 2018
Durham, United Kingdom46 contributions11 helpful votes
After a day of zip lining and mountain climbing, this cosy B&B was exactly what we needed. A warm welcome from Jacky who showed us around and reassured us we weren't the first to come down the wrong side of Cadair Idris! We had booked last minute and had a twin room, comfortable and a good assortment of tea and biscuits! Lovely bathroom with nice smellies! Breakfast was the shining star, lovely porridge and great cooked breakfast, it was obvious that good quality ingredients are used, especially the bacon and sausage. Mean scrambled eggs and fried bread! I loved little personalised touches like 'Graham's Mum's Marmalade and home-made granola. We were a mixed bunch around the breakfast table but one thing we all had in common was that we were loving our time in Wales so it was fab to swap stories and chat. I'd love to go back in Winter when the log burner is fired up and I could sit and read one of the hundreds of random books adorning the shelves!
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$103 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomWalesNorth WalesSnowdonia National ParkDolgellauLlanelltyd
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Cader Idris (4.0 miles), The Mawddach Trail (0.5 miles), and Barmouth Bridge (5.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and bicycle rental.
Is parking available at Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gwyndy Tea Room And Bistro, Y Meirionnydd, and Mawddach Neapolitan Pizzeria and Takeaway.
Are pets allowed at Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Coed Cae Bed & Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Cymer Abbey (1.6 miles).