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i-escape - February, 2015
If you are looking for an affordable and fun Easter escape then look no further. Here is i-escape.com/kids top five picks in the UK and abroad.

For families into the great outdoors, head to South Snowdonia whose unrivalled scenery, both mountain and coastal, provides nature reserves, zip-lining, hiking, riding, climbing and abseiling......
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The Times Travel 'Best Cool Hotels of 2014' - December, 2014
Our reviewer, Tom Chesshyre, visited 52 hotels and B&b's in 2014. These are his favourites.

Ffynnon, Dolgellau, Wales

This is a really high-end B&B with sumptuous furnishings and six reasonably priced, big rooms spread across a converted Victorian rectory. There’s a lovely lounge with a fireplace and an honesty bar.

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The Times Cool Hotel Guide - December, 2014
Tucked away on Love Lane in Dolgellau, a small market town within Snowdonia National Park, Ffynnon is a chic six-room guesthouse that’s really more like a boutique hotel.....
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Conde Nast Traveller - November, 2014
Sally Shalam's Great British Breaks - from Shropshire to Snowdonia

Ffynnon Townhouse has the most indulgently luxurious suites of any B&B I can recall, and fantastic views over the Wnion valley.

Discover Britain Magazine - May, 2014
Located on Love Lane, an apt location for a romantic five-star hotel, this award-winning Edwardian accommodation offers every mod con, from honesty bar to hot tub!

Daily Telegraph - April, 2014
It may be a remote market town in the Snowdonia National Park but Dolgellau, at the foot of Cader Idris, is packed with great restaurants. It is also home to the six-bedroom Ffynnon, a friendly little B&B with boutique-hotel leanings in a converted Victorian rectory, run by Debra Harris and Steve Holt.

Each fresh, contemporary bedroom has its own indulgences, such as a roll-top bath or huge gothic mahogany bed, and there is even an outdoor hot tub. Home-cooked breakfast is served in the dining room and there is also a comfy drawing room with an honesty bar and a help-yourself Butler's Pantry.

Striking out, there are countless walks to choose from. A five minute stroll from the house, for example, is the pleasingly easy none-mile Mawddach Trail, along an old railway line. The area is littered with bluebell woods such as Coed y Brenin (the King's Forest), famed for its cycling trails and walks, which is a four mile drive away.

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