Ideal Accommodation in Machynlleth on or near the Glyndŵrs Way route
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Bed and Breakfast, Hotel, and Guesthouse Accommodation for walkers on Glyndŵrs Way.

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Machynlleth lies on the River Dyfi (River Dovey) and it was here that, in 1404, the Welsh freedom fighter Owain Glyndwr held an historic parliament. The town centre is dominated by a 78ft clock tower – more like a Gothic church steeple – presented to the town in 1873 to mark the coming of age of the son of the Marquis of Londonderry who lived at Plas Machynlleth, now used as council offices.
A short distance out of town is the Centre for Alternative Technology, an attraction which shows many ways that energy can be produced or conserved with minimal impact on the Earth’s finite resources. Visitors are carried from the reception up a steep slope to the main exhibition areas on a water-powered tram system demonstrating first hand that water-power can be cheap and is certainly not obsolete.

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The Penrhos Arms

Cemmaes, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9PR

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4-star accommodation

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