WE HAVE MADE THE DECISION TO CLOSE TEMPORARILY AND WILL RE-OPEN ON 01/03/2023. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
"The Dyfi" (as it is more affectionally known to the locals), was built in the early 1860's as a pub and railway hotel to service Cemmaes Road station. Sadly the station closed in the 1960's but the main Cambrian line still passes by across the road. The great age of Victorian steam travel may have passed, but the Dyfi still evokes all the charm and character of this bygone era. The Grade II listed property still features many original fixtures and fittings, as well as having undergone a loving and sympathetic recent renovation. We are featured in the CAMRA Inventory of Unspoilt Pub Interiors as well as "Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs" and the 2022 CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
WHAT WE OFFER
The Dyfi is very much at the heart of the local community. Our authentic Edwardian interior, offers a place of rest and refreshment for regulars and visitors alike, with cosy log fires on winter evenings. We have four en-suite rooms, each offering a high standard of accommodation, with full cooked Welsh breakfast included. We also serve delicious home-cooked evening meals and host regular theme nights and events. Booking for meals is advised.
We also have a beer garden perfect for sunny days, and our bar and garden is dog friendly. Unfortunately we do not accommodate pets in our guest rooms.
Where tradition meets contemporary style
Having recently undergone a complete renovation The Dovey offers four individually designed en-suite guest bedrooms combining traditional style with modern comfort. We have two superking rooms that can also be separated into twin beds, one larger double room with king size bed and one smaller double room. Prices range from £65 per night for sole occupancy of a smaller double room to £95 per night for a larger super-king / twin room. Our full cooked Welsh breakfast using local ingredients will help set you up for a day exploring what this beautiful area has to offer.
Come and join us!
Serving delicious home cooked food and pub classics. We also have regular theme nights and offer private dining and delectable afternoon tea parties in our beautiful William Morris inspired Edwardian sitting room and private dining room. Please contact us for details about our private dining and afternoon tea packages.
Located just outside the Snowdonia National Park, we are the perfect base to explore all that is on offer in the beautiful Mid-Wales region. We are ideally placed for walking holidays, with the historic Glyndwr's way passing by our doorstep, and the spectacular peaks of Aran Fawddwy and Cader Idris are just a short distance away. We are also well placed for a day at the beach with the pretty seaside village of Aberdyfi a short drive away. We also benefit from a host of other sporting activities on our doorstep, such as shooting, fishing and mountain biking. Well renowned for it's salmon and sea trout, The River Dovey is a stone's throw away, as are many other coarse and sea fishing opportunities. If shooting is your bag then you've come to the right place! The infamous Brigand's shoot with its world renowned high bird drives is just 10 minutes away. Even closer than that we have the fantastic Bryn Melyn shoot as well as The Dovey Valley Shooting Ground offering some of the best sporting targets in the country and truly exhilarating simulated game days.
If getting on your bike is more your style then the legendary Dyfi Forest with its downhill trails to test even the most hardcore riders is just a hop-skip-and-a-jump away!