Old Mill Farm House is set on a hill, seven hundred feet above sea level. We offer warm and welcoming B&B accommodation, on a property that is completely encircled by the glorious mountain ranges of Snowdonia. The bed and breakfast is situated on the edge of Trawsfynydd village, a few miles north of Coed y Brenin mountain bike centre.
The accommodation is provided in the Old Stables and the Old Hay Barn. They have been imaginatively restored and converted to provide seven pretty cottage-style bedrooms with delightful names chosen to reflect their décor. In some of the rooms, the character of these old farm buildings is retained in the exposed stone walls and original beams. Each room has its own TV, hospitality tray and en-suite shower room. Individual front doors allow freedom of access, without disturbing other guests, (ideal for dog owners!) and late arrivals (by arrangement). There is ample parking in the attractive courtyard. We welcome pets in 5 of our 7 rooms but we cannot take them in Welsh Mountain or Snowy Peaks.
Pink Sunset is our largest twin room and has a new en-suite shower room.
Blue Lagoon is versatile and very popular, having a double bed and bunks. It is suitable for families, small groups or people with disabilities. A wet room with seat and grab rails provides extra comfort and safety for wheel-chair users.
Welsh Mountain is a two bedroom family accommodation, one room with a double bed and the children’s ‘Little Log Cabin’ with a divan and bunks. It has a newly refurbished en-suite shower room. We are not able to take pets in this room.
Snowy Peaks is our beautiful ‘honeymoon’ room with a four poster bed, though you don’t have to be on your honeymoon to pamper yourself with a little extra luxury. This room has a lovely en-suite shower room. We are not able to take pets in this room.
The rooms in the Old Stables are small but cosy and each one has an en-suite shower room. There are two double rooms – Poppy Fields and Forest Glade – and a twin room – Spring Meadow. The size of the rooms is reflected in the price.
Outside you can enjoy our beautiful garden, with its view of Trawsfynydd lake. We have an extensive G-scale model railway, built to keep our visiting rail enthusiasts happy, and when the weather is fine we run the trains after breakfast.
In the morning a hot breakfast is served between 8 am and 9 am. Those people wanting to leave earlier can have a tray in their room with cereal, fruit and toast.
The bed and breakfast is in an ideal location for exploring the nearby mountains, lakes, rivers and forests, as well as castles and steam trains. There are sandy beaches just 25 minutes from the accommodation and many other activities such as mountain biking, zip wires, windsurfing, pony trekking and white water rafting.
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Rates: From £35 to £44 per person per night.
From £68 to £88 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. June 1st to September 30th is full room rate for single people & a minimum of 2 nights stay for everybody. Bank Holidays are a minimum of three nights stay.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement in 5 of the rooms.
Off street parking.
Packed lunches by arrangement.
Wales Tourist Board 3 Star Farm.