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Secret Sunday! Sssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhh!
Our staff share their secret haunts, local knowledge and favourite places with you…

Favourite Walk #3
Aberdovey To Tywyn
Walk down the path past the swimming pool, across the main road, over the golf course and sand dunes onto the beach. Turn right on reaching the beach and follow the beach to Tywyn. The old concrete structures you will see are war time pillar boxes. On nearing Tywyn, at really low tide you will see ancient peat beds. There is also amazing birdlife along the shores.

When Tywyn comes into sight you can cut up the beach to a path that will lead you to the start of the promenade, from here you can walk all the way to the end.

To return to the hotel either retrace your steps or walk into Tywyn where you can catch either a bus or train. We recommend you do this walk at low tide, for public transport timetables please ask at Reception
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31 – Located on the Fourth Floor you will find Total Body Therapy who offer a total of 31 different sorts of treatments from Massages and Facials to Manicures and Alternative Treatments.
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Secret Sunday! Sssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhh!
Our staff share their secret haunts, local knowledge and favourite places with you…

Favourite Day Out #2
Bwlch Nant Yr Arian. A little piece of heaven in the Cambrian Mountains. From scenic walks and mountain biking to adventure play areas and Animal Puzzle Trails. Red Kites are fed daily and can be viewed from the café with a breathtaking lakeside view. The kites are fed at 2pm in the winter and 3pm in the summer. You can expect as many as 150 kites coming in to feed and more in the winter months.
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30 – The hotel offers guests a comprehensive walking guide featuring a variety of different walks for all ages and abilities, there are 30 different walks featured in the guide.
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Secret Sunday! Sssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhh!
Our staff share their secret haunts, local knowledge and favourite places with you…

Favourite Picnic Spot #3
Ynysmaengwyn, Tywyn
Ynysmaengwyn pronounced “inisminegwin” was once owned by the noble Corbet family. The estate covers a large area with many remains of the old buildings in and around the beautiful woodlands. The estate was vacated during the Second World War when it was occupied by the Army, this lead to its downfall. A unique dovecote still stands in the grounds and the walled garden is hidden in the woodland.
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29 – The average temperature of the hotel swimming pool is 29 ˚c.
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Secret Sunday! Sssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhh!
Our staff share their secret haunts, local knowledge and favourite places with you…

Favourite Drive
Machynlleth To Llanidloes
A beautiful drive through the Pumlumon hills through the small hamlet of Dylife is one of the most stunning scenic drives in Wales. The winding road passes Llyn Clywedog the tallest concrete dam in Britain to Llanidloes, the first town on the River Severn.
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28 – On our new wine list you will find Bin 28 a fresh Chablis, also available as a half bottle.
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Secret Sunday! Sssssssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhh!
Our staff share their secret haunts, local knowledge and favourite places with you…

Useless Fact #2
Picnic Island is not an island but it is a fantastic place for a picnic!
Turn right off the main road just after the Penhelig Arms, then walk through Penhelig Park and gardens. The path follows the shoreline along the “Roman Road” towards “Picnic Island” (both of these are misnomers as the road is actually a path built for access when he railway lines were installed in the late 1800’s and the island is only separated from the mainline by the railway cutting!). Great views of the surrounding hills and along the estuary and perfect for bird watching.
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