Immaculate, stylish country house hotel, grand in appearance with landscaped grounds. Beautiful southern Snowdonia location.
Perched high above the Mawddach estuary at the foot of the rugged Cadair Idris, you will find the stone-fronted Penmaenuchaf Hotel.
Inspired by the dramatic ancient landscape of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park, this grand old house has its own beautiful history, and each room boasts its own unique and characterful appeal. Adventure abounds in this land of longing, rich in tales of Welsh myth and legend as fantastical as the scenery in front of it.
Guests are welcomed with warm smiles as they step into the country house, in this incredibly scenic and tranquil location, to experience the unbuttoned approach to exceptional hospitality. A true retreat for the soul, this mountain hideaway invites one to escape the everyday and enjoy.
The Head Chef, Tom Hine, and his talented kitchen brigade focus on creating menus with high-quality, delicious ingredients that are as local as possible. The restaurant, with views out across the gardens and the Snowdonia range in the distance, offers lunch and dinner daily and is a wonderful setting for a memorable dining experience, showcasing great cooking with a true emphasis on Welsh flavour.
The Garden Room Restaurant provides a light and elegant setting for food of the highest quality. If that were not enough, there’s also Penmaenuchaf’s prized location, in its own grounds overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary. Many country pursuits are available locally, including excellent salmon, sea-trout and trout fishing free to residents.
The hotel is also ideally located for two championship links courses at Harlech and Aberdyfi and for the increasingly popular sport of mountain biking-in addition to glorious natural terrain, the world-class purpose-built trails in the Coed y Brenin Forest are close by.