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Ian Snow - Fairtrade
Do not leave Machynlleth without a visit to this quirky and well loved shop in the heart of Machynlleth. Located next to the Wynnstay Hotel Ian Snow contains something for everyone.
Located near the Clock Tower this delightful cafe/bakery provides excellent homemade breads/pasties and quiche baked by Sabrina the owner.
William Lloyd Williams and Son
Located across the street from the Wynnstay Hotel in Machynlleth, this butcher shop has excellent locally sourced meat, eggs, homemade pies, and more.
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Glan Yr Afon / Riverside
This family-run pub, known as the The Glan Yr Afon, is the closest pub/restaurant to the house. In fact, you can get there on foot from the house in less than an hour—a pleasant downhill stroll.
The Penhelig Arms
The Penhelig Arms, once a collection of former fisherman’s cottages, now serve as waterfront accommodations with two lovely and popular dining options: The Fisherman’s Bar, serving hand-drawn ales, and a more formal dining room with its local, seasonal menu.
Number Twenty One
This bistro proves that Welsh cuisine can compete with that of any destination. Considered the best restaurant in Machynlleth, Number Twenty One serves a local, seasonal menu prepared in contemporary style with quite reasonable prices.
The Talyllyn Railway is a narrow-gauge preserved railway in Wales running for 7.25 miles from Tywyn on the Mid-Wales coast to Nant Gwernol near the village of Abergynolwyn.
Falconry Experience Wales
Fly and handle birds of prey including bald eagles, hawks and owls for a truly unique experience in Wales!
No visit to this part of Wales is complete without a walk up Cadair Idris which is about a 30 minute drive away. Check out the Minffordd path. Stop at the Cross Foxes for warming bowl of cawl after your climb.
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