Machynlleth, “The Ancient Capital of Wales”, famous for its clock tower, has played a leading roll in Welsh History. In the 15th Century, during Owain Glyndwr’s rebellion , a Welsh parliament was assembled in Machynlleth.
Machynlleth annual music festival is held at Y Tabernacl. Other galleries of Art and Craft and an inspiring collection of distinctive shops, cafes and pubs make the town a truly interesting place.
4 Miles North is the Centre of Alternative Technology, Europe’s showcase of renewable energy. Other Attractions include Pony Trekking, Quad Bikes, Clay Pigeon Shooting, RSPB reserve at Ynys Hir, King Arthur’s Labyrinth at Corris, Tal-y-Llyn Steam railway, the beach at Aberdyfi and of course the magnificent Cader Idris for the mountain lover.
From Machynlleth follow the A487 (Dolgellau) for 1/2 mile. On crossing the Dyfi Bridge take the immediate left hand turn towards Aberdyfi and Tywyn (A493). Take first turning left off this road (1 mile from Bridge), at farm lane entrance, signposted Dolgelynen. Follow the river for 1 mile and drive up the short hill to the farmhouse.
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