Rents bikes, performs repairs and offers advice on local cycle routes, including Lôn Las Cymru (Welsh National Cycle Route 8, which...
Dolgellau has been a Welsh folk-music hub since holding the first national folk festival in 1952. The town's former market hall now...
The 9.5-mile Mawddach Trail is a flat (and in places wheelchair-accessible) walking and cycling path that follows an old train line...
Relocation to a slickly renovated new premises (one of Dolgellau's oldest) has seen this local institution shift emphasis from food to...
In a book-lined, flag-stoned and rough-beamed 1606 building that once served as a prison, this relaxed local serves fry-up breakfasts,...
Glyndŵr St, Parliament House · interesting places nearby
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Occupying a Grade-II listed building fitted with its original counter, glass cabinets and wooden drawers, this charismatic cafe still looks a lot like the ironmonger's it once was. The coffee and tea are proudly the best in Dolgellau, there's a reading room with books and papers, and the soup, sandwiches, rarebit (and Nan's scones) are all first rate.