Smithfield Street, Dolgellau, LL40 1DE
Tel 01341 421413
Mobile 07754 774514

abercottage@btinternet.com


Accessibility

Please be aware that Aber Cottage is a historic Grade II listed building that was once three separate cottages. These were converted to one dwelling many years ago and as a consequence the building has a quaint and quirky feel to it. It does, however, mean that it is not really suitable for children under 8 years, and for those with limited mobility. Please read the details below carefully before booking.

Aber Cottage is situated in the centre of Dolgellau at the north end of Smithfield Street, close to the main public car park.

There is private, secure parking located to the rear of Aber Cottage, which is on the right of the access lane down the left hand side of the cottage (as viewed from the front).

Guests may access the guest house by two means.

By the front door, the opening of which is 850mm wide and through the inner hall door which has an opening of 780mm wide. There is a small step at the threshold of the inner hall door of 30mm into the inner hall. Or By the back door which is accessed directly from the car park by means of metal steps 900mm wide with single handrail, and consisting of 6 steps down, each 180mm deep. Just inside the back door there are two steps up of 130mm. The access route through the main kitchen has limited headroom of 1690mm.

The normal access to the guest lounge and dining room is from the inner hallway. The double doors have an opening of 700mm wide and 1800mm high. From the guest lounge and dining room, a door 790mm wide leads to a downstairs WC.

From the inner hallway, the staircase leads to the first floor where all the guest rooms are located. The staircase is 740mm wide at its narrowest point, has 11 steps each of 210mm high. There is a good banister along the whole staircase which has a turn of 90° onto a landing that leads to the first floor corridor.

Please note that, due to the historic nature of the building, the floor of this corridor is slightly uneven.

All three bedrooms are en-suite and each has a step up into the shower tray. These are 300mm in the Cader room, 220mm in the Mawddach room and 200mm in the Wnion room The floor in the Mawddach Room en-suite has a slight slope.

There is a further WC located off the first floor corridor.

We would try to provide any necessary assistance up to 23:00hrs, and at any time during the night in case of emergency.