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Glandyfi Castle is a regency gothic listed building with Dramatic views overlooking the Dovey estuary and RSPB bird reserve in Mid-Wales. The Castle is set in 45 acres of woodland and gardens, only 10 minutes from the sandy beaches. Aberdovey golf course is a 30 minute drive, and only 15 minutes from Aberystwyth. There is a direct rail link from London, via Birmingham and guests can be collected.
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Lovely location and delicious afternoon tea.
A truly wonderful spread of home made goodies..... something for everyone.
Don't forget your doggy bag as can guarantee there will be little cakes just asking to be taken home!
This was an amazing place to stay and the owners are wonderful. We stayed for two nights in the nightingale room. It was comfortable and had great views. Breakfast was very good and the owners were very attentive and helpful. We are very happy with...More
We stayed here in May for 2 nights. The Castle was the highlight of all of the places we stayed in Wales for 10 days. The restoration the owners have done is incredible, the grounds are beautiful, and the hospitality was supburb. We ate our...More
My husband Ron & I stayed at Glandyfi Castle for 5 nights at the beginning of May. Our room, Skylark was well appointed & comfortable. The bed allowed for a very good nights sleep.
The view from our bedroom was over the extensive garden, while...More
My husband and I spent two nights as guests at the castle. It was better than I expected. Our host and hostess were friendly and engaging, and we felt like welcomed guests. Maureen has paid attention to little details that made me feel special: thick...More