ensure that you also print out the directions on this page, and in
case you have arrived at the gate with a sign 'Glanllynau Duon', please do not proceed
further but go back to the main road (A470) and travel 0.5 mile to the south where
Cae Gwyn Farm is visible from the road.
Approaching from the Manchester/Liverpool/Chester area
Take the A494 to Bala then turn right onto the A4212 to Trawsfynydd. Turn left onto the A470 heading South to Dolgellau. We are three miles on the right shortly after the small village of Bronaber - after a telephone box and a chapel (seen on your left), you will soon see a white arrow sign 'B&B Cae Gwyn Farm' on the right, then a dark brown sign 'Cae Gwyn Farm B&B' just at the top of our drive. Please turn right into the drive after the sign and follow the directions in the farmyard to the reception.
Approaching from the Birmingham/Shrewsbury area
Turn left onto the A458 to Welshpool and Dolgellau where you will join up with the A470. Continue on this road bypassing Dolgellau town and carry on for a further ten miles, then you will soon see a white arrow sign 'B&B Cae Gwyn Farm' on the left, then a dark brown sign 'Cae Gwyn Farm B&B' just at the top of our drive. Please turn left into the drive before the sign and follow the directions in the farmyard to the reception'.
The buses stop at Cae Gwyn on request hourly to 2 hourly, depending on the season, time of the day and weather condition on the day. Buses will take you to nearby villages and towns (Bronaber, Trawsfynydd, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Penrhyndeudraeth, Porthmadog, Dolgellau) and further (Machynlleth, Aberystwyth, Caenarfon, Bangor, Wrexham). Arriva operates bus services in this area, and bus timetables can be obtained from www.arrivabus.co.uk
Where we are on the map
Cae Gwyn is the blue circle on both maps. It is about 1 mile South of the small village of Bronaber. If you have an ordnance survey map, you can find Cae Gwyn marked next to A470.
Larger scale map:
The stream in the farmyard