Graig Wen Cottages

UK Wales North Wales Gwynedd

  • Gardens & Grounds
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Family-Friendly
  • Sensational Views
  • Walking
Four cottages with breath-taking views in a beautiful part of Wales.
If the glamping at Graig Wen isn't for you but the Snowdonia location really appeals, then you have a choice of some grown-up B&B in their Slate Shed or family breaks in the splendid holiday cottages – Ty'r Adar (sleeping 4–6), which means 'House of Birds' in Welsh, due in part to the fact that you can drop off to sleep at night listening to the hooting of owls in the trees outside; and three others (Pine Cottage, Little Haven and Small Barn), sleeping between 2 and 6. They're all beautifully furnished and very up-to-date, with flatscreen TVs, DVDS, dishwashers and more. Yet they're cosy too: Ty'r Adar has a wood-burning stove and sumptuous Welsh blankets. The location can't really be beat (and Pine and Little Haven in particular have grandstand terraces), with woodland and meadow walks down to the beautiful Mawddach Estuary trail, linking seaside Barmouth and the historic nearby market town of Dolgellau.


Four cosy cottages in a breath-taking location in a beautiful part of Wales.


Cottages cost from £50 per night in low season to £115 per night in high season (minimum stays apply).

Opening Times

Open all year.


Contact Website Graig Wen Cottages, Arthog, Dolgellau LL39 1YP

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Getting There

On the road between Dolgellau and Fairbourne. Turn off the A470 Dolgellau bypass and take the A493, signposted Tywyn/Fairbourne. A mile and half before Arthog village you’ll spot a post box on your right, and the site is 200m on from that, on the right.

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