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Plas Isa, Dolgellau

For further information & bookings contact: Adrian Hicks 01341 421949 or mobile 07866526165.

Description

Plas Isa, a grade II listed building is a 16th century town house which has been carefully renovated to retain all it's old charm whilst providing spacious, comfortable and user friendly accomodation. The house has a large sitting room / TV room with four wonderfully comfortable sofas; a fully equiped kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, fridge freezer and seating for 16; a shower room; a games room with darts board and full sized pool table; four bedrooms each sleeping four people and one sleeping eight, that can be rented out individually for smaller sized groups. With gas central heating and a permanent supply of hot water (no cold showers even if you're the last one in!). You're in for a comfortable stay.

A secure room within the main building provides for safe storage of bikes.

Plas Isa is situated in Dolgellau town centre with a good choice of pubs, restaurants 

Just seen the caption at the bottom of the page about Plas Isa saying you'd appreciate some feedback on the place. All I can say is I've been there about 6 times now and I'm due back there at the end of the month. We've shared it with other groups when we have been unable to totally fill it and we've never had any problems or heard a bad word said about it. The showers are all great, the kitchens excellent and the living areas are all perfect for relaxing with a few beers after a hard day. The hotels in the area are all excellent places to eat and drink (the one opposite the front door is our favourite but the name escapes me!), however, take care when crossing the road as there seems to be quite a high population of boy racers that fly around the place!
I'm not too clued up on other accommodation in the area as we've always been well looked after by Dafydd & Sian. 
I hope this information helps!

Tom Davey

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